March 11, 2013 at 09:00 AM EDT
Contango Report: Commodities Facing Uphill Curves
Contango is a natural phenomenon in the world of commodity futures. Some view it as an evil that plagues the space, but in reality it is just another pattern that traders can profit from. Contango, simply put, is the process by which futures contracts get more expensive as the maturity dates get further out from spot. While this can hurt a long-term position, savvy traders can use this uphill curve to their advantage. Below, we outline several commodities exhibiting contango to help you make the best trading decisions for your portfolio [for more commodity news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Contango Report: Precious Metals, Natural Gas, Wheat For Day Traders: The Most Liquid ETF for Every Commodity For Long Term Investors: The Cheapest ETF for Every Commodity Inside Citi’s 2013 Precious Metals Outlook 3 Metals Outshining Gold
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