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Futures Market Explained

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Farmers use various tools to control the many risks in agriculture. Watching the weather influences when they plant or harvest. Buying crop insurance and selecting farm bill safety net programs helps protect them from crop devastation. But they can also manage some of the threat posed by volatile market prices by participating in the futures market. Farmers can get a feel for how that works if they play Commodity Classic, an online teaching tool that uses fictitious bushels of grain in a fake futures market. But here at Harvest Public Media, we wanted to better understand how the futures market helps both producers and users of a major commodity, such as corn. And how the benefits trickle down to regular food consumers. Here’s what we learned.
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Brian Gurka (17 hours ago)
Makes sense 🙌🙌
Vyaas Shankar (6 days ago)
Well explained!! 🔥🔥
Steven Rogers Fine Art (20 days ago)
So Options Trading basically :P
Paul V Barbar (23 days ago)
I was gonna subscribe, but the female farmer is kinda felt like propaganda and stupid. I suggest to make the videos realistic, and free of any politics, if you wanna grow your channel.
Mhamd ajaj (1 month ago)
i i get it now a farmer is women
Rayhan (1 month ago)
Thanks this video really helps!
Paris Cloud (1 month ago)
Perfectly balanced, as all things should be.
avinash jadhav (1 month ago)
Atleast shut the stupid background music ...seems you are catching the speed of the music..😦😦😦
Melvin Lee (1 month ago)
Love this presentation.. so tangible to see
ZambaZzee (1 month ago)
So, how exactly does the bankers profit from this?
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Rick Williams (2 months ago)
Wrong kind of Corn for the cereal--that's for the hogs & cattle :)
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Néstor Abreu Jiménez (2 months ago)
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Sujith Kumar (3 months ago)
very well explained!!! please keep up the good work :) :D
Murtaza Ali (3 months ago)
Well explained..
lu gip (3 months ago)
thnks! going to need this for my economy exam
Trae Baldwin (4 months ago)
This was both really adorable and incredibly helpful for helping me understand Futures. I thought it was to maximize profit but I now understand that is a risk management tool for both parties
Sahil Stark (4 months ago)
What if the corn becomes unusable .....will the contract fall apart
Gavin Tai (4 months ago)
Great video!
K Claiborn (4 months ago)
Thanks for the great explanation !
Muaz Zakaria (5 months ago)
As an engineering student who start to reads about investment. This video really helps a alot Thanks :D
Sinan Kara (5 months ago)
best ever
Etta victor (5 months ago)
so basically, the buyer is hoping for a price rise and the seller for a price drop
Zhadow45 (4 months ago)
no...the seller wants to sell at a higher price. WHy would they want a price drop? If you had a phone and you wanted to sell it. WOuld you want the value of that phone to go up or down? Up, because you want to sell it at a higher price. The buyer wants that value to go down, so he can get it for cheaper.
Shrey and Bibs (5 months ago)
Best explanation so far!
Diontae Daughtry (5 months ago)
Thank you this was very helpful and informative 👍👍
REAL STEEL (6 months ago)
Thank u so much i now know what future market it
Jonathan Duran (6 months ago)
Who else saw that strand of hair on the corn near the end of the video?
arjun singh (6 months ago)
Well explained!! Really appreciate it, looking forward to more such videos!!
Anjali Bansal (6 months ago)
Great video! :)
ok do one with wwe announcers as they fight over corn prices and mis the big match. we miss who won.
usynn stradler (7 months ago)
I'm still confused
Jaysonn713 (7 months ago)
Super creative! Thanks x100
Kunalsinh Parmar (8 months ago)
Excellent graphics yaar. Great.
Chetan Baghel (8 months ago)
Her voice is beautiful...
Asfia Khan (9 months ago)
Amazing thank u
Ruth A (9 months ago)
Thank you very much, this is a great video!
Jiri Polyak (10 months ago)
raoul hayes (10 months ago)
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Omar namouchi (10 months ago)
Great work thank you very much
Amr Essa (10 months ago)
Thx very helpful
adnan siddiqi (10 months ago)
great video
gwho (10 months ago)
at around 3:00 it stopped being a good explanation, but it did get really slow and condescending. worst of both worlds.
Parker Hilliker (11 months ago)
I’m not gonna lie I clicked off once I saw the farmer was a girl
James Charleston (2 months ago)
So an illustration of a female farmer is what turned you off? Kinda sad.
Nah Word (5 months ago)
"clicked" off
TrueDepth (5 months ago)
I know. Feminist bullshit has went to far. Farmers are men.
Saikat Sarkar (11 months ago)
President Evil (11 months ago)
God bless Capitalism
Hineskitt Velvett (11 months ago)
The Farmer is a She? Give me a fucking break.
Michael Green (11 months ago)
but that explains the parties to the futures contract (the hedgers), it doesn't explain the role of speculators
Entheogenesis (1 year ago)
Wouldn't even need Futures if we lived in a Resource Based Economy. Futures are only there to protect against the s.hitty things that come about from having a fiat currency and manipulatable markets which means selling debt and all of the rest of the bull s.hit that goes with the outdated economic systems we have globally.
Xpanential (1 year ago)
I want someone to explain to me how long it took to make this video lol
Sikander Ali (1 year ago)
The system is flawed!
gwho (10 months ago)
only your brain is.
Canary Wharf Group (1 year ago)
corn = bitcoin
F Thbt (2 months ago)
bitcoin = corn without the corn = nothing
science2491 (9 months ago)
bitcorn new ico
David Gomez (1 year ago)
Ok now do one with bitcoin
Lei Vongh Liu (6 days ago)
hahahahahhahahahhaha omg hahahahahhahahah
Alexander Aquino (9 days ago)
Bitcoin is bullshit
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Jim Zucker (6 months ago)
Lyubomir Lalov (7 months ago)
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Kumar Gaurav (1 year ago)
Great explained!
Rita Pandey (1 year ago)
Thanks! very well explained.
Diogenes (1 year ago)
So much effort.. i wish I could have watched that ad in your video...
lio zhang (1 year ago)
brilliant work!!
Jan van Dam (1 year ago)
Thnx for making me understand this. Great video!
Jackie Onate (1 year ago)
so easy to understand , sometime is easier to understand than a sophisticate college lecture. thank you.
kavita mishra (1 year ago)
wow well explained
Kartik Saini (1 year ago)
Nice video
akshay mg (1 year ago)
Wonderful presentation with sketching
Carlos Parra (1 year ago)
its funny how this videos are now all about women farmers, and women entrepreneurs, and women traders and women factories and women and more women. The other day I was reading personal finances for dummies and all the examples are with "she".
Pentapa (4 days ago)
What kind of cuck gets triggered that the farmer used as an example is a woman? Classical 3rd wave feminists, replacing all the men in example stock market explanations through women!
David Rich (2 months ago)
Yes I noticed the same thing , im not against women progress in the work place but how many women farmers do you know compared to men (very small) , but this equality rubbish or feminist thing puts me off this well made video. . It was ok years back everyone was fine about it. Even my mum says the world's gone completely NUTS with all this diversity
Dan Erickson (4 months ago)
a snowflake would agree with she.shithead.he didn't.
Yodadrinkzoda1 (5 months ago)
Carlos Parra you sound like a snowflake
Jason x31x32x33 (10 months ago)
Poor Carlos... hung from a lamppost for preferring the truth to childish liberal fantasies. That said, it's a very helpful video and I suppose the people who made it are entitled to use whatever absurd iconography they prefer.
Delsin Rowe (1 year ago)
Very informative and enjoyable to watch!!
Delsin Rowe (1 year ago)
Amazing video!!
Albert John Nguyễn (1 year ago)
This video explains why my cereal is the same price. But my cereal eventually does change price...like gasoline.
Jason x31x32x33 (10 months ago)
Yes... inflation does gradually drive the price up over time; but your cereal isn't subject to sudden price swings, costing $3.00 a box one week and $7.00 the next (and then back down to $4.00 the following week). That's the kind of price swing the futures market insulates you against.
Lincoln C Mitchell (1 year ago)
good video
suhas m (1 year ago)
wow..!! Amazing explanation. saves a lot of time reading texts.
CheeseMan1391 (1 year ago)
Soo much better then I guy with a whiteboard
David Rich (2 months ago)
Or a blackboard
DEATH (7 months ago)
gwho (10 months ago)
uh, no? this video just says "contract. there for profit" The whiteboard video actually explains the steps and terminology. A good video needs to show each step when a price changes. And it needs to explain how a contract is sold or bought to a third party without the other end of the contract changing. Talking really slow, and empahsizing words like "BUY", and "CORN" and pretty pictures don't actually explain the underlying concept. The biggest confusion can be that the buying and selling of the underlying asset is separate from buying and selling the contract. And the contract has two sides, a buyer and seller of the asset. Also, while when a futures contract is sold, simply saying a contract is sold is incomplete. It needs to be specified whether the buying side or the selling side of the contract is sold. Both sides of the contract aren't sold. If you want to learn the actual inner workings of how things work, instead of just thinking you understand something when all you know is the concept at a superficial level (and thus won't be able to explain it properly yourself), watch the "whiteboard" video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwR5b6E0Xo4
Reziville Hulgado (1 year ago)
This is glorious, I been tryin to find out about "price trends" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried - Piyatthew Forexify Trends - (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my colleague got great success with it.
Bui Nguyen Ngoc (1 year ago)
very well explained. Thank you!
throathammer1 (1 year ago)
that was pretty awesome!! broke it down so well!
KAREL PARAGH (1 year ago)
Well done!
Enho Kuo (1 year ago)
Good job!
svvedge (1 year ago)
love ur voice
agauerm (1 year ago)
Hi! Thanks for the video. I'm starting to learn about futures. I already trade Forex and I'm satisfied with my trading. What I'm finding a bit difficult to understand in futures contracts is how do I backtest the contracts that expire monthly, for example? I know I can't trust a continous chart to do it because it's an artificial build, right? This is more common in the mini contracts, right? The full contracts are easier to backtest and do technical analysis because they are just one contract, one chart, so I can go back in time let's say, 3, 4 years and do some technical analysis to determine some critical support and resistance areas. How do futures traders make this analysis with mini contracts that expires every month? Do I have to open a lot of individual charts and write down the most busy S/R areas and then apply it to the most recent chart (contract)? OR can I use the main full contract chart? Will the main full contract chart have the same areas of S/R? This is what I wanna understand so I Can apply my Forex trading skills to the futures. Forex is easy I just need to choose a pair and voilla, I have 20 years of data in the same chart with critical price areas that I can trust. I believe that it's impossible to have a trend following system in mini futures because I need to get rid of my position in 1 month...
Jason x31x32x33 (10 months ago)
agauerm, you ask this question as if the people who made this video were Forex traders. They're just filmmakers who learned enough about this subject to make a decent video. Nuff said.
Sumit Phogat (1 year ago)
Thank u for the video!!!
Samuel Moats (1 year ago)
If you once in this video wondered why the narrator was referring to the farmer as "she", you might be a sexist
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anmol panda (1 year ago)
Serero Serera (1 year ago)
what is the soundtrack?
Aneesh Nair (1 year ago)
@throathammer1 hahahaha
throathammer1 (1 year ago)
Derek Xue (2 years ago)
good explaination whats exactly hedge fund works as well!
Ayush Patel (2 years ago)
Thank you very much ...very well explained ...once again thanks a lot ...
Alpha Guy (2 years ago)
Thanks for the explanation :)

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