When you trade with short-term and long-term options, you may be paying for an option trade

The long- and short-selling markets have been heating up in recent weeks, with both sides making big moves.

Options trading halted for a few days on Friday and traded for short periods, but it’s been mostly quiet this week.

And, as of Wednesday morning, options trading on futures were up 4.4% on the day, according to data provider CFTC.

The futures market has been up almost 20% since trading resumed last week.

Short selling is a type of trading where a market maker or trading house takes a position in an option and sells it to a buyer who then buys it.

The buyer will get a profit, but they don’t necessarily buy the options.

Futures markets are also subject to the CFTC’s long-selling rules, which make it illegal to short sell a security.

The rules are based on the fact that a market can take an idea and sell it to someone for a profit.

If you trade short with short sellers, you could end up making a profit and not be getting the underlying security.

But if you trade long with short traders, you might end up losing money.

Traders who use the CFTD Trading Platform have been making big trades for short and long periods, and that may be costing them money.

CFTD has been trading options and futures on its website since last June, and in its most recent report, it reported an annualized profit of $2.5 million.

But in its latest report for the quarter ending March 31, it announced a $3.9 million loss.

CFTC Commissioner Kimba Wood said that while trading on CFTD is illegal, the market makers are allowed to trade options because the rules don’t apply to them.

That means they can trade options on a regular basis.

But because the CFTT rules don`t apply to the markets on CFT, CFTD can only trade options, she said.

Trading with CFTD isn’t illegal, but trading on its platform isn’t allowed, Wood said.

That makes trading on options and shorting volatile.

But, as a result, CFTC doesn’t want traders to make money by trading on the platform, Wood added.

“The CFTC has been looking into whether there is a conflict of interest with trading on this platform, which is what we’re looking into,” she said, adding that CFTC is also considering how CFTD could work with other options markets.

CFTT’s CFTD option trading platform isn`t regulated by the CFTR.

That`s because the exchange doesn`t have an official regulator, and CFTC didn`t respond to a request for comment.

But the CFTP does have regulatory authority over options trading, and it regulates options exchanges in other countries.

So CFTC did investigate options trading and found that it wasn’t breaking the law, according the CFT.

CFTP said it decided to suspend trading in futures markets after it determined that the trading platform was violating the CFDT rules.

CFTR regulations require brokers to disclose the information about the trading of options and swaps in the futures market, but CFTR doesn`s regulatory authority extends to the options exchanges.

CFDT is a regulatory body that has been working on the CFTS regulations for years, Wood noted.

“There has been a lot of discussion on whether CFTD was violating CFDT by allowing brokers to trade on CFDT,” she told Reuters.

CFHT was not immediately available for comment on Thursday.

The CFTC said it was working to address the problem, but in the meantime, the CFHT is working to get CFTD to change its practices.

CFTF has issued two new regulations for options trading: the CFTF Exchange Standard, which was announced in September, and the CFTI Rule, which went into effect in January.

The new rules will apply to both options and options contracts, and they will apply in all markets, including short positions and long positions.

CFT is also taking steps to crack down on short selling, including expanding the CFCT to include futures, which were banned under the CFNT rules.

But Wood noted that there is still a lot to be done before the CFTB is ready to address short- and long selling on options.

“We still have to get the CFFT rules to apply to futures,” she noted.

She said she expects the CFTPP to be updated by the end of the year.