Futures Trading: What You Need To Know! w/ Tim McCourt
What should we expect from the future of futures trading? That is what I discussed this week with Tim McCourt the Global Head of Financial Products at CME Group when we met for a very interesting conversation about new products that are coming out really soon. We will also show you how to use the FED watch tool to see what the market thins about future rate hikes or cuts.
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Futures Radio 🎧 is a weekly talk show hosted by 24-year futures veteran and CME member Anthony Crudele, an ex-pit trader and one of the first to trade the E-Mini S&P. Each week Anthony talks with traders, CEOs, and other proven market participants about relevant trading and investing information.
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