Trading systems trace their roots all the way back to 1949 when Richard Donchian launched Futures, Inc., one of the first publicly held commodity funds, which used set rules to generate buy and sell signals.

Trading systems have come a long way since then. Through it all, systematic trading through automated trading systems has remained a viable piece of alternative investments. In this report you'll learn:

  • The main types of futures trading systems

  • The differences between day trading, swing trading and trend following

  • Key problems to look out for when choosing a trading system platform