Futures trading can seem overwhelming at first. Most people who are interested want to know if there is a way to predict futures prices. There are a number of factors that influence market prices, so it is impossible to make 100% accurate predictions. However, one way that can help you in your trading decisions is chart analysis of historical chart patterns.
Technical analysis studies the effect of the movement itself. Those who best understand this process know the markets trend, and by charting prices over time you can manage your risk and get the most you possibly can out of your investment. So, whether it's crude oil charts or a soybeans price chart study the market movement to better understand the market.
At RJO Futures, we want to help you with your investments every step of the way. Spend some time browsing these charts and read up-to date information in our Research Center. Then when you are ready to look into our trading services, you will be better informed and ready to make the right investment decision that will benefit you now and well into the future.
|ESM7 Jun '17 Emini S&P 233875 -600 3:07:55 PM||GCLK7 May '17 GBXCrdOil 4778 -19 3:07:59 PM||ZCK7 May '17 GBX Corn 3556 -4 1:19:58 PM||ZBM7 Jun '17 GBX BOND 151140 110 3:07:39 PM||IDXM7 Jun '17 ICE $Index 99035 -405 3:15:42 PM||GNGK7 May '17 GBXNatGas 3131 -22 3:07:58 PM||GGCJ7 Apr '17 GBX CMX GC 12545 60 3:07:45 PM||6EJ7 Apr '17 GbxEuroFX 10877.5 58 2:59:00 PM||ZSK7 May '17 GBX Soybn 9714 -42 1:19:59 PM|
RJO Futures | 222 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 1200 | Chicago, Illinois 60606 | United States
800.441.1616 | 312.373.5478
This material has been prepared by a sales or trading employee or agent of RJO Futures and is, or is in the nature of, a solicitation. This material is not a research report prepared by RJO Futures Research Department. By accepting this communication, you agree that you are an experienced user of the futures markets, capable of making independent trading decisions, and agree that you are not, and will not, rely solely on this communication in making trading decisions.