Trading 3 Month Deposit Rates Higher (Dec 2016 GEZ16)

1) Click here for the last 24 hours of rate news, here past week, here past month
2) Click here for the December 2016 risk/reward spreadsheet
3) Click here for the latest disclosed Fed guidance on short term rates
4) Click here for what this rate is and how it’s set

Below is a simplified trade to capture the move higher in 3 month rates contact me with questions or for more advanced strategies with a superior return on maximum risk.

Trading this rate higher from 0.82% (December 2016 delivery GEZ16)

5) Click here to enlarge the December 2016 rate, price valuation chart below.

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Instructions on how to experiment with any potential outcome for this trade.

6) Click here and open the December 2016 risk/reward spreadsheet, when it opens enable it

7) Click here for current quotes, here for a current chart

8) Spreadsheet entries

A) B-3 Enter any contract price in  cell B-3
B) C-3 Shows the rate the contract price represents
C) D-3 Initial investment (enter any amount)
D) E-3 Net profit or loss
E) F-3 Net liquidating value
F) C-4 To change the leverage change deposit per contract

Click here to enlarge the image below

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9) Click here to contact me with any questions

10) Fed versus market expectations

Fed expectations are  entirely different; the last guidance was over 3.2500% by December 2017
(3 month rates trade +0.25% to +0.30% higher than the Fed Funds rate)

Click here to enlarge the difference valuation table below

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11) Click here for supporting links,charts, videos, reports on the Fed’s website

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8) If you’d like to track additional interest rate positions send us a message or schedule an online review .

8.1) All US interest rate markets we trade 
8.2) European interest rates
8.3) Australian Interest rates
8.4) Educational videos and Links

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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