Futuresmag.com: One-Stop Education and Analysis for Financial and Commodity Traders

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Futuresmag.com: One-Stop Education and Analysis for Financial and Commodity Traders


Futuresmag.com helps prepare today's trader for tomorrow's market moves. As an information and education source, futuresmag.com, the Web site of Futures Magazine, provides daily updates on markets, current news, educational insights and strategies that can help you become a better trader.

Continuously updated, futuresmag.com has pages of price information and features several improved areas to educate the new trader and inform the pro. The site contains more than 300 pages of market reports, industry news, and new trader education, Futuresmag.com has something for all traders, from commodity prices to real time forex T.V. to news on the latest market developments. Here are some features:

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* Market Watch: Original news and analysis stories feature hot markets exclusive to futuresmag.com.

* Downloads: Download spreadsheets, data and software that support the trading techniques featured in the print version of Futures Magazine.

* Forex TV: Watch real-time, informative market news right from the trader's Web browser.

* Forex Trader: A regular column hosted by forex educator Abe Cofnas that covers exclusive market reports, interviews and analysis tips for modern foreign exchange markets

* Chat room: Lively debates and keen insights from a community of traders who want to speak with others about the markets in real time. …

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