Our Futures Investment Advisors are fully registered to deal in securities, mutual funds and options. They are empowered to provide you with seamless service for your investing and trading with ready access to the markets & products you need.
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Futures contracts represent large positions in the underlying assets, are highly leveraged, and can be substantially more volatile than other asset classes. This may expose the trader to large gains or losses even from relatively small market price movements. Futures speculative trading is considered high risk and is not suitable for all investors.
Futures provide access to asset classes that can be added to a traditional investment portfolio to improve diversification and provide direct exposure to unconventional investment markets. Speculation in futures offers opportunities beyond the stock and bond markets while hedging strategies can be easily implemented to manage your risk and return profit in times of uncertainty. Investors can hedge or trade in commodities, energy, metals, grains, indices, interest rates, currencies and more including but not limited to:
Future markets are very liquid, especially in the most commonly traded futures contracts, and the futures markets are typically open longer, up to five days a week, 23 hours a day.
Futures can be an effective hedging tool, which you can use to hedge against things such as currency risk, investment risk, commodities risk. Futures hedging can drive risk out of your investment and/or business.
Cash market participants use futures to manage price risk. Commodity producers can lock in sale prices on their commodities or replace cash sales with futures and options to maintain market exposure without storage risk. End users can take advantage of attractive prices long before physical inventory is required. Importers and exporters use currency futures to manage foreign exchange risk.
Futures hedging can drive risk out of your investment and/or business.
Canadian future investors in general are permitted to choose (one time) whether futures trading profit and losses are treated as income or capital gains for tax reporting.
Short selling futures is as easy as buying them allowing hedgers to take negative or positive price exposure to their underlying asset or speculators to take a bearish point of view on a commodity or an index such as the S&P500 or Nasdaq. Futures sellers are not subject to borrowing rules, buy-ins, dividend payments or uptick rules.
Chippingham Financial Group’s Futures Investment Advisors are also fully registered to deal in securities, mutual funds and options. They are empowered to provide you with
seamless service for your investing and trading with ready access to the markets and products you need.