Coffee traded on NYBOT and NYMEX

Discussion in 'Ag Futures' started by nravo, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. nravo


    What's the difference between the two contracts KT and KC, besides size, and why are they traded on two different exchanges?

    Btw, is there a "C" mini traded electronically?
  2. the order flow and volume is on NYBOT

    there is no mini C ( do you mean a mini coffee ? )

    ps beware of the stupid prop firms and MM who try to bully

    all the small specs

    better stick to mini forex or e mini gold or silver

    the vols and spikes in the softs and ags and other commodities

    have probably caused a TON of slippage to all whom try to

    play against the "dark side"

  3. nravo


    Yeah, mean a mini coffee; currently contemplating trading the regular, KC. Was just wondering who uses the Nymex contract and why?
  4. Mini C would be mini corn.
    coffee needs a liquid mini contract...

  5. nravo


    I guess about 10 years ago I recall seeing some mini coffee contract getting hyped; I thought it was called a C as in the class of coffee. Not sure what happened to it. Or I was dreaming.
  6. heech


    NYBOT is the action where the softs are. NYMEX volume for the softs is basically 0. NYMEX introduced the soft contracts only a few years ago, and it's not catching on.
  7. Surdo


    NYBOT is now The ICE!