VIRTUAL Training - FUTURES
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Which Futures Market?
In the past 5 years, we've met futures traders from every corner of the trading globe. From the popular Emini's (S&P, Dow, Russell, Nasdaq) Currency Futures (Euro, Pound, Aussie) to the volatile commodities futures (Crude, Gold, Grains) knowing what instruments you've chosen to focus on helps us tailor your training experience tremendously. While nearly all of the markets are non-random, some are "statistical anomalies" with unusually high predictability rates .
Find the resonant time frames
Knowing the time frames that you monitor when you trade your futures instruments is an important piece of your success puzzle. Certain markets have "resonant" time frames, that is to say, time frames where the behavioral timing cycles are unusually accurate and predictive. Being off a minute or two in either direction can cause traders to struggle unnecessarily.
Not your type?
Many traders using non-time based chart types - charts based on renko, tick, range, volume bars - incorrectly assume the Flux methodologies aren't applicable to them. Knowing important information like the chart type and brick size (10 range, 15,000 volume bar, 512 tick chart) helps us teach you how to integrate the two worlds together seamlessly and see what happens when you replace the timing component back.