We'll be at the MoneyShow San Francisco and hope to see you there
We are looking forward to participating in the MoneyShow San Francisco in August, register for FREE and come say "hi"!
When?: August 15th - 17th
Where?: Hilton San Francisco Union Square
What?: The MoneyShow San Francisco
Why?: Learn and discuss trading and investment strategies and theories across several asset classes
Our presentations will take place on August 17th at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm PDT.
Session 1: There is Now a Less Risky Way to Participate in the Futures Markets, Even with a Small Account!
While there are a plethora of advantages to trading futures contracts relative to stock market ETFs such as favorable tax treatment, easier tax reporting, around the clock market access, ease of shorting the market, and trading on margin without the burden of paying interest charges to a brokerage house. There is one large bright pink elephant in the room; leverage and the associated risk (large swings in position profit and loss).
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange Group (CME) has recognized the need for a stepping stone for those interested in the convenience of futures trading but not interested in the big risks that come with it. Come find out how the Micro E-mini futures contracts might be a more efficient and effective means of speculation than similar stock products such as the SPY and SPX.
What is a Micro E-mini futures contract?
How do lower margin and lower risk help retail speculator get involved in futures?
What are the advantages of futures relative to stocks?
How can the Micro E-minis be used for conservative speculation?
How can long-term investors use the Micro futures to hedge portfolio risk?
Session 2: Learn How to Day Trade and Swing Trade with Limited Risk But Without Premature Stop Outs
The CME Group offers a suite of weekly options in markets ranging from stock indices, crude oil, gold, and grains. Short-term traders can utilize these products to create directional trading opportunities in which the trader maintains lasting power with a moderate amount of capital and even less risk. For instance, a trader wanting to gain bullish exposure in the S&P 500 for the next trading session could buy a call option expiring in two days for little out of pocket expense, no risk of being stopped out before the market makes the desired move, minimal stress, and defined risk. Come learn more about how these products have the potential to increase the odds of success.