Trading S&P Futures – 10 Reasons to Trade the S&P Over Other Markets

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The head trader of Leading Edge Trading’s (http://www.leadingedgetrading.com) live trading rooms tackles a tough question in today’s session: Where’s the best place to trade e-mini futures: the S&P 500 or another market like Nasdaq, Dow Jones, or Russell? HT gives ten reasons why you should be trading S&P futures over other options.

Among the reasons:
1) The S&P is very logical, meaning that there’s less risk and volatility.
2) It allows futures traders to follow big money and score big.
3) The logic of the S&P means it’s easier to predict the timing of the market.
4) The commissions are lower than on stock trades.

And these are just a few of the reasons HT covers in the video. Using real stock charts and historical data, he shows why futures trading is less risky and more profitable on the S&P 500.

Want more great tips from HT? The Leading Edge Trading room will show you how to buy at the high and sell at the low based on predictable market trends. For more tips, tools, and talk about on-point futures trading, check out one of Leading Edge’s free trading rooms here:

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Video thumbnails courtesy of @ThomasLeuthard and @FinancialTimes on Flickr Creative Commons.

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Jeffrey White says:

"It moves like a racecar with no steering wheel!" Best line for sure. 🙂 New to the trading game, but I'm loving your take on the ES so far! 

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