Increased global demand for commodities has been driving
commodity meat prices higher. Learn how can you position yourself to try to take advantage of the price movement of meats
Experienced investors know that information
is key to trading meat futures and options successfully. If you are an investor interested in getting involved in the
commodity markets you have come to the right place. This site was designed to put the tools that you need to
trade the meat commodity markets at your fingertips.
in meats can be done by: purchasing the physical asset, buying stock in companies in the meat industry, or by entering
into futures contracts or options on the meats. As a commodity brokerage firm, we are here to help serious traders
learn how to take advantage of the many benefits of the regulated commodity markets.
What are meat futures? Meat futures are futures contract on livestock produced for meat. The contracts are highly
leveraged and gain or lose value based on the movement of the underlying asset. The four main meat commodities are: live cattle, feeder cattle, and lean hogs.
The meat commodity markets are seasonal in nature. Meat prices tend
to go up in the winter time. This is because transportation in more difficult due to weather conditions, and because
producers tend to hold on to their livestock post harvest to fatten them up on "cheap" grain.
Trademeats.com is published and maintained by Van Commodities, Inc. As a commodity brokerage firm, we are here to help serious traders learn how to take advantage of the many
benefits of the regulated commodity markets. Let our experienced brokers help you learn how to trade commodities
by using leveraged futures and options contracts.
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