Cartersville, GA (Vocus) June 25, 2010
DayTradingCourse.com adds Currency Futures as its fifth day traded product.
DayTradingCourse.com started teaching daytraders how to trade at the end of 1994, trading the pit traded S&P 500 Futures, which first appeared in 1982.
A few years later on September 9th, 1997, DayTradingCourse.com replaced the original open outcry pit traded CME S&P 500 Futures with the then brand new CME Globex Emini S&P 500 futures contract as the preferred daytrading product.
Shortly afterward, other emini futures contracts followed: the Emini NASDAQ 100 Futures, the Emini Russell 2000 Futures, and the Mini Dow Futures.
The CME Globex EUR/USD Currency Futures contract, which is also electronically traded, is the newest product to round out DayTradingCourse.com's repertoire.
Although the emini stock index futures are still very popular, and trade almost 24 hours per day, they are best traded during regular trading hours when the volume is highest and when stock market indices are active, which doesn’t fit into some daytraders’ schedules.
The EUD/USD Globex currency futures contract, on the other hand, is tradable before the U.S. stock markets open, and after the U.S. stock markets close, which makes it a natural for those wanting to trade at those times.
Full details at DayTradingCourse.com