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WEBINAR: Inside the World of Oil and Energy Trading

September 7, 2017
10:57 am - 10:57 am


Erik Norland

WEBINAR: Inside the World of Oil and Energy Trading

Trends or No Trends, The Hidden Alpha in the Energy Markets

Join CME Senior Economist, Erik Norland, and three professional managers on their unique approach to the crude oil and energy markets.

What does an energy trader look at when they’re looking for returns in the market? Depends on the manager. A Discretionary trader will be full of answers; where is the price curve? What’s the price difference in WTI vs Brent? While a systematic trader will say it all comes down to triggering trades based on metrics.


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