Continuous Commodity Index (CCI) Trading
Continuous Commodity Index Defined and Explained
The New York Board of Trade ® (NYBOT ®) began trading the Continuous Commodity Index (CCI) in its index marketplace in 1986. The CCI Index consists of 17 commodity futures prices. The NYBOT offers futures and options contracts on the CCI. The New York Board of Trade is the exclusive marketplace for futures and options contracts on the Continuous Commodity Index. The minimum Continuous Commodity Index’s Minimum Price Movement
(tick size) .05 (5 basis pts.)= $25.00, e.g.,300.05, 300.10, 300.15
Continuous Commodity Index trading software
Ask any CCI trader or general investor what trading tools or types of financial analysis he is using and you’re probably going to hear a list of different technologies and methods. However, having the right tool for the job is critical. Trading software can be used to augment an existing approach by supplying an inter-market perspective. The key to a CCI trading system is its ability to forecast moving averages. One of the better CCI trading software products is VantagePoint trading software that will help “see” what is likely to happen in the CCI market before other traders (using only single-market analysis) catch wind of it.
Trading Continuous Commodity Index with VantagePoint Software
Since 1991 VantagePoint Software has been applying Artificial Intelligence to forecast market trends with up to 86% accuracy. With more than 25,000 customers in 114 different countries, VantagePoint is the leading AI trading software for Futures.