What is emini?

Apparently, this is a kind of trading system that you can learn by paying for a course. Now the course says it’s realistic and proves this by not making outlandish promises. But does it tell us what exactly the system is?

After reading all about emini trading, I know it’s supposed to be ‘a “trading methodology” that simply makes good logical sense.’

I know you’re supposed to get trading “methods”, “strategies” and “techniques”, and that these “if so desired, can also be applied to any other market you decide to trade.”

But I can’t find anything about what these methods, strategies, and techniques are based on. Investopedia comes to the rescue:

An electronically traded futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange that represents a portion of the normal futures contracts. E-mini contracts are available on a wide range of indices such as the Nasdaq 100, S&P 500, S&P MidCap 400 and Russell 2000.

For example, the E-mini S&P 500 futures contract is one-fifth the size of the standard S&P 500 futures contract. Advantages to trading E-mini contracts include liquidity, greater affordability for individual investors and around-the-clock trading.

So here we have a site promising to teach you a system for trading these mini future contracts. We still have no idea what the system is based on, however.

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