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WDIS Futures: Fourth Generation

Pete and Chris Mulmat are building a futures trading dynasty in this series! Follow along as this father-son duo explain the basics of futures contracts and then build up to futures trading strategies meant for traders at any experience level. 

The Beginning
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Jun 6, 2017
An all new WDIS series with Pete and his son Christian! Watch as Pete teaches his son how to trade futures, navigate the markets, and nail down the basics!
Leverage and Margin
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Jun 8, 2017
Chris and Pete go into deep into detail on leverage and Margin. They explain what leverage is and why it is important for a trader to use. They also talk about initial margin and maintenance margin, two important futures concepts to understand.
Viewer Questions
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Jun 9, 2017
Pete and Chris answer questions sent in by viewers.
Liquidity
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Jun 13, 2017
Chris and Pete take a look at Volume and Liquidity in Futures and Options on Futures. They hope to find a few futures products that are liquid enough for a beginner trader.
Delta Equivalents
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Jun 15, 2017
Chris and Pete look at a few bearish trades and Delta Equivalency.
Questions Week 2
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Jun 16, 2017
Precious Pete and classy Chris take on a couple of questions sent in by viewers and look at their trade placed the day earlier.
Agriculture Futures (Soybean)
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Jun 20, 2017
In the midst of growing season, Pete and Chris take a look at Soybean futures, discussing contract specs, weather's impact on yields and the influence of supply and demand on /ZS prices.
Agricultural Futures #2 (Corn)
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Jun 22, 2017
On this episode of WDIS Futures 4th Generation, Chris and Pete take a dive into corn futures. They discuss topics such as corn production/processing, old crop versus new crop, and corn seasons.
Questions Week 3
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Jun 23, 2017
For today’s episode of WDIS Futures-Questions, Chris and Pete answer viewer questions on the active months, buying power reduction, and Chris’s trades. They also take a second look at skew in a bearish corn market.
Energy Futures
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Jun 27, 2017
Chris and Pete discuss crude oil (/CL) and natural gas (/NG). In the commodity space, crude oil is one of the most liquid and active markets. What trades do the duo have their eye on?
Calendar Spreads
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Jun 29, 2017
Chris and Pete take another look at energy futures and discuss Calendar Spreads. They explain the difference between positive and negative spreads and also discuss why and how we trade them.
Energy Calendar Spreads
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Jun 30, 2017
For this segment of WDIS Futures Questions, Chris and Pete answer questions on deltas, S&P assumptions, and Crop reports.
Energy Calendar Spreads Part 2
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Jul 6, 2017
Chris and Pete have another discussion on Calendar Spreads in Crude Oil. Chris wonders how he can scalp futures without tampering with his calendar spreads.
Questions Week 4
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Jul 7, 2017
Chris and Pete answer viewer questions on grain pairs, WASDE report/commodity volatility, and pattern day trade rules.
Questions Week 5
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Jul 14, 2017
Chris and Pete answer viewer questions on Crude Oil (/CL) and Calendar Spreads.
Metal Futures
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Jul 18, 2017
Chris and Pete have their first discussion on metals, namely Gold and Silver Futures.
Commitment of Traders Report
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Jul 20, 2017
Chris and Pete discuss the commitment of traders report. They show us where to find it and what information we can extract from it.
Foreign Exchange Futures
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Jul 25, 2017
Chris and Pete start their first segment of the FX Futures market. They cover cross currencies, and the five majors in FX: Euro, Australian Dollar, Pound, Yen and Canadian Dollar.
Forex Day 2
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Jul 27, 2017
Chris and Pete have their second discussion on the Forex Futures. The Forex market is a great place to trade small and big with various liquid products and opportunistic correlations. The duo presents a few common pairs.
Interest Rates
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Aug 1, 2017
For this segment of WDIS Futures Generations, Chris and Pete have their first discussion on Interest Rates. More specifically they focus on the one of the most highly traded Futures product the Eurodollar.
Interest Rates Part 2
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Aug 3, 2017
Chris and Pete have their second discussion on Interest Rate Futures, most specifically the Eurodollar. They talk about the Dollar Value of a 1-Basis-Point change in yield, or DV01, of an underlying.
Overview
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Aug 8, 2017
Chris and Pete start their last week of the WDIS 4th Generation series with an overview of their successful strategies and important mistakes to learn from.

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