Is there a good resource to learn more about trading futures? Where does one start to research the different markets? Not strategies, but more the nuts and bolts on how they trade. When contracts expire; how to roll them over; what the 'front month' contract is and when does it start trading; what each contracts multiplier is; what their tick size is; how much a dollar move equals per contract; what the margin is as far as overnight; what the average volume is (I know chart packages will show me this); what hours each contract trades; If you are holding a position overnight and have a stop in since it trades 24hours a day, how likey you are to get stopped out on 0 volume ect... I have read 'A Traders First Book On Commodities' by Carley Garner, and was a little disappointed in it to be honest. I think the CBOT and CME used to offer classes, but I don't think they do anymore. I've watch a few of the webinars online and they are ok.