Managed Futures

Understanding & Trading Currency Volatility
Hosted by the CME Group and Option Pit

 

Previously Recorded on July 12, 2011

Austerity, US Budget Deficits, Debt ceilings: all things that can strongly cause volatility in FX.

In this webinar, Mark Sebastian COO of Option Pit.com walks traders through different types of volatility that can exist. Then he focuses in on realized volatility, what this type of volatility is, and how it can be calculated.

Mark also discusses what the CME Group’s FX VolContracts® futures are, what causes them to move, and what value this contract could potentially add to a trader’s arsenal of products.

Traders will then see a brief example of how CME Group’s EUR/USD 1- and 3-month Realized Volatility futures could be put into use.


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