March Crude Oil Testing an Important Reference

Over the past four months, crude oil has declined about $50. However, during the past fourteen trading days, March crude oil had been rotating within a 4538-to-5078 balance range. On Friday, January 23, 2015, the market took out the...Read>>

Trading Breakouts on Intraday Pivot Levels

In this article we take a look at two examples where trades are placed on or around significant lines. The first idea is to change the classic daily pivot lines into intraday pivot lines and trade on them. This...Read>>

2014: A Year in CQG Growth

2014 was an exciting year in our company's growth. As we begin 2015, we would like to provide some highlights from last year. December 2014 - What's New in CQG IC 2015 CQG Integrated Client version 2015 features Volume...Read>>

A Look at the Copper Market

Today's Lows are Tomorrow's Highs Copper fell 15.78% on COMEX and 14.59% on the London Metal Exchange in 2014. Copper has been making lower highs and lower lows since July 2014. The copper market has just moved into a...Read>>

CQG Donates $1.6 Million of Software to Concordia's John Molson School of Business

Gift will support Department of Finance students studying derivative markets Montreal, January 12, 2015 -- A major gift from data analytics and trading technology provider CQG will further advance business programs at Concordia's John Molson School of Business (JMSB)....Read>>

Gold Coiling For a Breakout

Over the past two months, February gold has been rotating within a 11469-to-12390 balance range. However, over the past four trading days, gold was confined to a relatively tight 12054-to-12233 balance range. When a volatile market such as gold...Read>>

Order Book and Volume Analysis

Recently, we had a request to show, in real time, how many contracts are available on the buy and sell side in the order book. This can be accomplished with a very simple study: DOM Ask Volume (DomAskVo) (and...Read>>

Russell Cash Indexes to Become Separate Enablement

As of January 1, Russell Cash Indexes became a separately billed enablement. ICE Futures US no longer includes these cash indexes, although it will continue to include Russell Index futures. Please let CQG know by the end of this...Read>>

New Year Reflections: Commodities Winners and Losers

The dollar is still the world's reserve currency and there is an inverse relationship between the greenback and commodity prices. The Dollar and Commodities In 2014, the dollar was a big winner and many commodities were losers. As the...Read>>

Failure Breakout in Natural Gas Spread Could Lead Move in Opposite Direction

Over the last thirty trading days, the February/April natural gas spread has come off sharply about 800 points, leaving several gaps along the way. A few weeks ago, after the spread fell about 500 points in ten days, the...Read>>
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