March Editor's Note from Dan Collins.
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Once again managed futures found itself in a difficult environment and, although the Barclay CTA Index was negative for a record third consecutive year, there were many traders able to navigate the rough waters to find profitable trading opportunities.
In January 2014, the worst performing currency was clearly CAD as disappointing data and dovish remarks from the Bank of Canada suggested the possibility of easing monetary policy.
How can I maintain upside exposure to gold in case of a huge spike in inflation but avoid the risk of volatility and a downward correction?
Equity indexes enjoyed one of their best runs since the March 2009 bottom, but that strength is largely attributable to various quantitative easing programs from the Federal Reserve. Now equities must stand on their own.
Thanks to a plethora of trading vehicles, speculators large and small can take advantage of diversions among stock indexes.
Crude oil is one of the most powerful commodities in the world, and the crude oil
and equity markets often move hand-in-hand. Here, we look to one for clues for trading the other.
Long-term cycle analysis can set the stage for short-term trades, but only if you can keep the strategy in the proper perspective.
Success or failure in the currency markets is not determined by your entry strategy. It’s dictated by two concepts—risk and money management.
Candlesticks are one of the most powerful technical analysis tools in the stock trader’s toolkit. They are also one of the most flexible. Here are five strategies that are among the most reliable.
Managed futures offer an important element of diversification for any portfolio but deciding on a manager requires a lot of homework.
Book review of "Buy and Hedge" by Leslie N. Masonson