About the Author Thom is an editorial intern at Futures. He studies magazine editing, economics and sociology at the University of Missouri and will graduate in May 2016. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org Comeback kids: Do the Rangers have a shot? By Thomas Dixon | June 12, 2014 While relatively rare, there are some examples of teams coming back from 3-0 deficits, so New York Ranger fans need not give up hope as they fight back against a 3-0 (now 3-1) Los Angeles Kings lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. Dairy outlook depends largely on El Niño By Thomas Dixon | June 19, 2014 Robert Chesler, vice president of FSCStone's food division, says El Niño is the largest potential destabilizer for the dairy market. Could U.S. balance budget by 2016? By Thomas Dixon | June 19, 2014 CME Group Chief Economist Blu Putnam is optimistic about economic improvement in the labor market and beyond. Credit default swaps top movers: Ireland and Stanley see biggest weekly change By Thomas Dixon | July 2, 2014 For the week ending on June 27, Russia, Turkey and Australia topped the list of countries that would pay out the highest net notional amount in the event of default. Dever is no jackass By Thomas Dixon | August 24, 2014 Dever says he’d actually prefer if people disagree with his trading methods—it’s what gives him an edge. Top 10 books for traders this summer By Thomas Dixon | July 25, 2014 Bitcoin books populate the best books released this year for traders and investors. Trading experts' advice: Embrace change By Thomas Dixon | July 30, 2014 Five industry experts, including three CEOs, shared stories and advice at the MarketsWiki World of Opportunity Summer Intern Education Series. Trading experts' advice: Do unto others By Thomas Dixon | August 4, 2014 Five industry experts shared stories and advice at the second day of the MarketsWiki World of Opportunity Summer Intern Education Series. CME presents Risk Ranch By Thomas Dixon | August 4, 2014 Risk Ranch is an app designed to show kids 8 to 14 what it takes to bring a steer to the market, teaching them about risk, randomness and reward.