1st Feb 2010 by JonB
Trading corn futures will be very much like trading any other kind of future. Your futures broker will offer corn, coffee and many other commodities for you to choose from. Corn of course isn't as heavily traded as crude oil or the S&P futures, so depending on how much you want to trade, liquidity may or may not be an issue. You should always watch a new futures instrument before you put your money to work on it.
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