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the future product is a derivative of spot that theoretically can be defined as a mathematical formula. It doesn't really matter which one moves which, they are just inter-related. IMO the relationship does not affect order flow.

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Simple question really I'm wondering if anyone knows what is making them follow eachother.

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Simple question really I'm wondering if anyone knows what is making them follow eachother.

Which part of the Futures EUR/USD contract follows the EUR/USD sport rate is unclear? What makes it move? The fact that it follows the spot. If you follow a car in the street, what makes you go left or right? The car you are following does! It is the same here, and the 6E Futures contract has its own regulated exchange, the CME, and its own recorded official exchanged volume. There is nothing more to know or understand and order flow is order flow. I have been trading the 6E Futures Order flow for years and trust me it is very workable. You could also look at the 6E contract order flow and trade the eur/usd spot (as the former follow the latter.

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Which part of the Futures EUR/USD contract follows the EUR/USD sport rate is unclear? What makes it move? The fact that it follows the spot. If you follow a car in the street, what makes you go left or right? The car you are following does! It is the same here, and the 6E Futures contract has its own regulated exchange, the CME, and its own recorded official exchanged volume. There is nothing more to know or understand and order flow is order flow. I have been trading the 6E Futures Order flow for years and trust me it is very workable. You could also look at the 6E contract order flow and trade the eur/usd spot (as the former follow the latter.

Im running out of ways to ask my question. What makes m6e follow 6e? And im not looking for defentions of exhanges or futures contracts. Thanks.

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Im running out of ways to ask my question. What makes m6e follow 6e? And im not looking for defentions of exhanges or futures contracts. Thanks.

Why don't you try "googling it" instead of asking to be spoon fed?

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Why don't you try "googling it" instead of asking to be spoon fed?

I have googled it and i dont know why people are waisting there time giving me definitions of a futres contracts ect. No one knows the answer to this but the people who work at the cme im guessing.

And it makes me happy that traders i see here dont think that this a important question. Ill try calling the cme.

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Sorry, I give up, I am running ouf of ways to explain the same thing to the same question, which does not even really matter in the 1st place quite frankly. Does it really matter how it technically does follow the spot? It just does, that's the way it is, values are slightly different as it is not the spot but a future contract on the spot, which becomes the spot, i.e, matches spot bid/ask upon contract delivery.

Why would one want to know exactly how this is done? Do you think there is something secret or magical about to find out that thousands of very competent financial institutions who trade future contracts have not seen/do not know yet? It follows the spot value (EQUALS =) initially, and this is all there is to know. I think that any other revelation about the subject will not be found here, not matter how many times the question gets asked.

Please let us know what the CME's explanation is, can't wait..

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Sorry, I give up, I am running ouf of ways to explain the same thing to the same question, which does not even really matter in the 1st place quite frankly. Does it really matter how it technically does follow the spot? It just does, that's the way it is, values are slightly different as it is not the spot but a future contract on the spot, which becomes the spot, i.e, matches spot bid/ask upon contract delivery.

Why would one want to know exactly how this is done? Do you think there is something secret or magical about to find out that thousands of very competent financial institutions who trade future contracts have not seen/do not know yet? It follows the spot value (EQUALS =) initially, and this is all there is to know. I think that any other revelation about the subject will not be found here, not matter how many times the question gets asked.

Please let us know what the CME's explanation is, can't wait..

Im not trying to find a secret just a simple question really.

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Im not trying to find a secret just a simple question really.

and so is the aswer!!!! I don't know what answer you are expecting but to keep asking it won't change the aswer. What makes a hulan created instrument to be traded on the markets to follow another human created financial instrument to be traded on the market, well you just make it follow the same values as the other one, with some slightly different values as it is a different instrument..

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and I guess the real answer to your question is : Arbitragers do..

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