National Futures and Commodities Exchange to Enhance Traders Profitability Through Research and Market Intelligence

National Futures and Commodities Exchange announced today that its Research and Market Intelligence Division will undergo thorough and exhaustive enhancement which may bring positive trends to the commodity and stocks markets and prospectively brings good profit opportunities to active clients on the second and third quarter of the fiscal year.

London, United Kingdom, January 13, 2013 --( “We are currently intensifying our Research and Market Intelligence Division as we are looking forward for more positive trends to develop in the third and final quarter of the year,” said Mr. Mark Burrows, the Managing Director of the National Futures and Commodities Exchange Research and Market Intelligence. “When we conducted our own research, the result showed that marketplace tends to have two basic phases, the trending and merging and that after a lengthened phase of one, there is an improved probability of an expanded phase of the other to follow. As we have recorded it, we had some massive trends last year across various marketplaces but the current year has recorded a very irregular and moderately trendless year so far.”

In the firm’s trading history and experience, one of the most substantial and best performing markets is the stock market, gaining nearly half of the entire tradeable products. Nevertheless, considering the trading volume, it shows that although the stock markets may be increasing, a trader must also consider that major fund money has not been concerned much in the move as volume is considered light. When fund money does appear, this can thrust the market to even higher level or might lead to a sheer sell off. Either way, the National Futures and Commodities Exchange is likely to see more market movements.

The users of the technologically enhanced trading systems, particularly those market trend following systems will relatively experience a hard-hitting year maybe because of the high volatility as well as vicious integrations that happened in most markets in the past years. This sometimes leads to simulated moves known as whipsaws, which connotes a market that quickly moves out of a trade span and magnetizes buyers but only to switch as soon as the technical traders purchases and the market drops back within the trading span, and normally leading to the technical trader executing their position for a loss.

Mr. Mark Burrows added that the intensification of the firm’s Research and Market Intelligence Division, the firm expects for potential changes early April or as early as most money managers return to the markets after this year, which may also lead to strong market trends from the present merging phase occur in various markets.
National Futures and Commodities Exchange
Aaron Ward