FuturesLine

FuturesLine gives traders timely information from trading floors and market information rooms. From our headquarters in  the Chicago Board of Trade, FuturesLine provides a constant flow of audio information from experienced brokers and traders, giving you the tools necessary to compete in today's market.

By providing audio data via the Internet, we quickly relay information to the trader who demands the feel of the marketplace and knowledge of the latest market activity.

In order to accommodate your busy schedule, FuturesLine offers these market updates live and in archived form so that you can hear the latest news at your convenience.

Through detailed coverage of technical as well as fundamental data, FuturesLine offers you the opinions of seasoned traders and analysts while keeping you abreast of the latest market conditions. 

FuturesLine Offers:

  • Streaming Internet broadcasts
  • Contributors from the trading floors
  • Expert analysis and discussion
  • Live coverage of government reports
  • In-depth weekly roundtable
  • Interviews with market participants
  • Technical and fundamental analysis of the markets
  • Archived reports
  • And a lot more!

MEET SOME OF THE EXPERTS on FuturesLine:

Paul Hare ---------Recognized as a master technician with 25 years experience
Drew Lerner -------World weather forecasts and commentary
Craig Hayes ------Wholesale and retail meat product and livestock analyst
Roy Huckabay ----Schooled in the world's cash grain markets offering position and risk analysis
Dave Hightower ---Metals/softs/financial analysis and trading recommendations
Mike Hall ----------Cash grain market recaps and analysis
Dan Heuber -------Cycle timing technical guidance


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