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This ebook is about market knowledge. Having broad market knowledge can help you formulate an opinion, approach or strategy in certain conditions. It also gives you options in terms of widening the markets you trade as you develop. This topic will not cover every tradable futures market, just the main ones to know. There is more than enough information here to give you a This ebook is about market knowledge. Having broad market knowledge can help you formulate an opinion, approach or strategy in certain conditions. It also gives you options in terms of widening the markets you trade as you develop. This topic will not cover every tradable futures market, just the main ones to know. There is more than enough information here to give you a good idea of how the futures work. We will cover indices, metals, energies, grains, meats and soft commodities (we are leaving interest rates for another book entirely as that in itself is a large area). Most of these markets trade out of the US. We’ll stick to these since more information on them is readily available. No matter what you trade, you need to know about other markets - what can move them and how they can move other markets. The details we will cover here are a starting point. We’ll talk about contract specifications and the way these markets can move. That’s the starting point for any analysis.


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This ebook is about market knowledge. Having broad market knowledge can help you formulate an opinion, approach or strategy in certain conditions. It also gives you options in terms of widening the markets you trade as you develop. This topic will not cover every tradable futures market, just the main ones to know. There is more than enough information here to give you a This ebook is about market knowledge. Having broad market knowledge can help you formulate an opinion, approach or strategy in certain conditions. It also gives you options in terms of widening the markets you trade as you develop. This topic will not cover every tradable futures market, just the main ones to know. There is more than enough information here to give you a good idea of how the futures work. We will cover indices, metals, energies, grains, meats and soft commodities (we are leaving interest rates for another book entirely as that in itself is a large area). Most of these markets trade out of the US. We’ll stick to these since more information on them is readily available. No matter what you trade, you need to know about other markets - what can move them and how they can move other markets. The details we will cover here are a starting point. We’ll talk about contract specifications and the way these markets can move. That’s the starting point for any analysis.

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