E-mini S&P 500 Futures
The E-Mini S&P, known as "E-mini"and by the commodity ticker symbol ES, is a stock market index futures contract traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's Globex electronic trading platform. It is the most widely traded Futures contract in the world and is often seen as the ultimate place to trade for a speculator.
Emini Futures Trading System
To trade eMini you must have a reliable data source and a really good futures trading system. With a good system you will know what to trade, and how to trade. Make better returns and know your positions right or wrong in real time. This alone would save you a lot of money.
Since futures markets will often have big, trending moves, timing is the key to success. This is especially true as moves develop quickly and when you least expect them Too often traders miss the onset of a major move because they’re relying on lagging indicators that fail to give them advance warning of a trend change or any idea of when to exit the trade.
EnigmaSignal provides futures traders with an easy to understand, proprietary and forward-looking technical indicator. This indicator analyzes price patterns, sentiment and many other factors to reveal changes in market strength, whilst predicting the high and low for all time periods.
S&P Futures Trading System
There are hundreds of websites advertising S&P futures trading systems with more arriving daily. It has become a crowded market. There are more than one hundred fifty plus (150+) indicators, High Frequency Traders (HFTs), Algorithmic Trading Systems and giant Hedge Funds all attempting to control the markets. The best place to start? Avoid the promises of "free money" and choose a product that comes with a complete education package. The rewards can be significant if you take your time and learn how to trade properly.
Unfortunately most new traders wrongly think that money spent on a trading system and training is money wasted. They could not be further from the truth. Regardless of how much time you have spent working at another job, no matter how smart you are, you will still benefit hugely from a good trading system. Many systems are developed by smart computer people, but individuals that have never traded. These systems are usually based on "backtesting". Beware systems that are based on backtesting and beware systems that do not allow any form of trial.
You should expect to have to commit at least a few weeks to learning to trade your chosen trading system. This sounds like a lot of time. But it is not. Would you consider having brain surgery from someone that had spent only 1-2 hours studying? Or worse a surgeon that admitted they had never actually carried out an operation? Of course you wouldn't. Yet many people commit thousands of dollars to trading systems sold by people that have never traded or have carried out virtually no research.