Welcome to the most diversified trading instrument in the financial world. The futures arena has experienced unparalleled expansion with the growth of the global economy.
At last, financial products have been created with you, the trader, in mind to fit your busy and demanding lifestyle. Imagine being able to trade almost 24 hours a day, Sunday through Friday, on a single electronic exchange. Participating in markets that include: Commodities (Corn, Wheat, Soybeans), Currencies (Euro, Pound, US Dollar), Energy (Crude Oil, Natural Gas), Metals (Gold, Silver), and Stock Indexes (S & P, Dow, NASDAQ, Russell).
In F.A.C.T., you will learn particular setups and strategies that can be applied to these products during regular trading hours, pre-market, overnight sessions and economic news releases. Explore markets compatible with your trading personality; are you more of a grains break out enthusiast, precious metals trend trader or an equity index contrarian. Gain an understanding of how futures have the lowest capital requirements compared to other financial instruments. Control risk and margin by trading smaller sized contracts known as the E-mini’s.
No matter your skill set or experience, this course has many insightful dynamics to offer everyone. The curriculum has been developed to provide a hands-on and interactive experience. This easy to understand environment will help you take full advantage of all that the futures market has to offer.
While at the FACT training, you will learn how to:
- Understand the mechanics of futures contracts and how they work
- Understand margin and how it works with futures contracts
- Learn about E-mini contracts and why we want to trade them
- Understand risk as it pertains to futures
- Interpret contract specifications
- Understand contract rollover
- Interpret economic calendars
- Gain an understanding of Agricultural and Currency markets
- Understand the technical analysis necessary to trade futures
- Learn all of the trade setups discussed in class
- Understand trading psychology and the importance of trading rules