Futures trading is not for the faint of heart. Waking up to see your trade stuck "limit up" or "limit down" is every trader's nightmare. Yet, the rewards can be very handsome, too. That's why, despite all the new and "exciting" ways to trade these days, fans of good ol' futures use them to trade everything, from the S&P 500 to corn and wheat. Well, we hope these free resources will show you how to... make hay in futures with Elliott waves.
You’ve probably noticed that the small branches of a tree look similar to the big ones. Nature is replete with fractals, such as rivers and their tributaries, blood vessels and so on. The price charts of financial markets are also fractals. Here’s what this means for investors and traders…
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