Futures spread trading is a nuanced strategy that capitalizes on the price differences between various contracts, offering a way to reduce risk and increase profit potential. By incorporating seasonality, traders can leverage predictable patterns in commodities, aligning their positions with historical trends and market dynamics. This approach not only enhances risk management but also opens up unique opportunities for both seasoned and novice traders, making it a valuable tool in the modern trading landscape.
How can Traders Notebook help you to become a better Spread Trader?
Traders Notebook is THE premier source for spread trading education, and Andy stands out as THE expert in the field. With Traders Notebook, you'll delve into trades with the highest probabilities for success, accompanied by a comprehensive trading plan (risk, stop loss, targets). For each topic, Andy will clearly explain the principles and strategies, ensuring you understand the rationale behind successful spread trading. Additionally, you'll receive access to our Telegram Group for three months, allowing you to trade alongside a professional!
What markets do you trade?
We trade all the liquid US commodities such as Wheat, Corn, Soybeans, Meats, Sugar, Crude Oil, just to name a few.
What size of trading account do you recommend?
We usually recommend a trading account of at least $20,000 to follow all our trading ideas.
What platform do you use for teaching?
In which way will I receive the trading ideas?
You can follow all of our trades on Telegram. We use Telegram because it is a free application available for various computer systems and smartphones. This platform allows us to quickly and securely share trading ideas and updates with our followers. Simply join our Telegram group, and you'll have instant access to our latest insights and trades. If you have any questions or need assistance with the setup, our support team is always here to help.
Can you tell me more about the strategies you are using?
We focus mainly on seasonal trades with a high probability of success. Some of the seasonal spreads we are trading have a success rate of 100% over the last 15 years. It does not, of course, mean the same strategy will work in the future, but with adequate trade management together with good risk management, we guide the success rate in our favor.