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Fundamental Analysis for Trading Futures June 30, 2019 11:44 AM   |  

Futures trading requires a different set of analytical tools such as fundamental ratios to analyze anything from short-term trading opportunities to long-term trends. Three popular ratios are the crack spread, the corn and soybean spread, and the yield curve ratios.

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Think Tank: Trading When You're on the Go June 30, 2019 11:41 AM   |  

Find out about some of the available tools from TD Ameritrade such as beta weighting on your mobile device and how to use the Social Sentiment indicator.

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Vol Whisperer: See Volatility Skew Without the Math June 30, 2019 11:40 AM   |  

Volatility skew has to do with the difference between put and call volatility. Sudden changes in volatility skew levels can indicate what the market may be anticipating.

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Futures 4 Fun: Tracking Trends in Futures June 30, 2019 11:38 AM   |  

Standard deviation channels can help simplify identifying potential trends in futures by providing a bird's eye view.

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