How to trade Futures
When two parties, a buyer and seller, form an agreement for the purchase or sale of an asset at a previously determined time and price, the resulting agreement is known as Futures. Futures are commonly used to trade on a variety of different markets, from Crypto, traditional Indices, and Commodities, to interest rates and more.
With the use of your personal trading strategy, you’ll be able to harness the power of Futures contracts to speculate or hedge on the price of the contract’s underlying asset.
That being said, it’s important to incorporate risk management and exit strategies into your own trading style. Plus500’s “Stop Loss” and “Take Profit” tools can aid you in minimizing risk exposure while trading Futures.