That is a great question, and there is not a one size fits all answer. There are many factors and variables involved to determine that answer. First there is risk appetite, how much are you willing to risk or lose on each trade that you
After monitoring and trading crude oil futures for many years, day after day Monday-Friday watching the price action on a 5m, 15m, and many different types of tick charts we have come to realize there are more opportune times to trade oil futures than others.
This is a Uranium ETF it does not trade much volume so a wider stop is needed if you play this also options are not that deep either so not ideal for calls or puts. This traded about 82k shares on 7/5. Our swing trading
The futures gapped up heavy this weekend during globex trading with the G20 drama finally being over. It seems that the market is rallying on hopes of a trade deal being made or it being stalled. The same shit occurred at the last G20 meeting