Trading Future Options acts like trading a normal option, but replacing the underlying stock with an underlying future. Read this post for a few future options trading tips!
Future Options are exactly what their name implies – an option on a futures contract.
Read this article for three crucial futures trading tips!
Includes industries, currencies, metals, interest rates/bonds, grains/oil seeds, food/fibers, and livestocks!
Calendar includes grains, metals, currencies, energies, financials, meats, softs and indices.
Option strategies allow you select any number of pros and cons depending on your strategy, that cannot be done with simply owning or shorting the stock. Read this article for more details on option strategies!
A straddle is an investment strategy that involves the purchase or sale of an option allowing the investor to profit regardless of the direction of movement of the underlying asset, usually a stock. There are two straddle strategies, a long straddle and a short straddle. Click on this post to learn more about the differences between these two straddle strategies.
When trading mutual funds on this system, there are a few differences to keep in mind compared to trading stocks. Click on this post for three mutual fund trading tips!
Options Spreads are option trading strategies which make use of combinations of buying and selling call and put options of the same or varying strike prices and expiration dates to achieve specific objectives (hedging, arbitrage, etc.).