Jeff Sprecher was simply looking for a platform to trade energies when launching ICE 14 years ago but it has grown to reach the pinnacle of both the listed futures and equities world.
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Futures brokers are still dealing with Dodd-Frank, residual interest rules, data fees and zero interest rates, but with Fed tapering complete and new leadership at the CFTC, there are also positive signs as we enter 2015.
December Editor's Note from Dan Collins.
How do you take advantage of a near-term rally, which you expect will later falter?
Ever since the credit market crisis in 2008, the world has been in an extraordinary period of central bank intervention. As QE3 comes to an end, analysts are looking to a return to normal. But what is normal?
The implications of the market’s broad cycle on how you should trade are significant. Here, we discuss how to use the cycle to your advantage.
Many assets are moved by the fluctuations in the prices of others. What trading opportunities might lurk in these shadow prices?
A powerful supplement to traditional technical analysis is volume action, untouched by mathematical calculations. Here’s how to read it.
The same proclivities that place some traders in the trend-following camp and make others contrarians apply to volatility as much as they do price. How does that relate to Eurodollars?
The turn-of-the-month strategy is based on the tendency of the market to make particular movements when contracts roll. Here’s why that happens, and how you can make money from it.
The driving factor for arguably the most successful alternative investment strategy—long-term trend-following—is the fact that market returns, in all markets over all time frames, tend to have fat tails.
Book review of "The Master Trader: Birinyi’s Secrets to Understanding the Market" by Leslie N. Masonson
Book review of "All About Day Trading: The Easy Way to Get Started" by Leslie N. Masonson