Modern Trader is a U.S.-based monthly print investment magazine. The publication was established in 1972 under the name Commodities. The name was changed to Futures in September 1983 and Modern Trader in 2015.
|Type||Monthly Business magazine |
(in USA, a registered newspaper)
|Owner(s)||The Alpha Pages, LLC|
|Circulation||50,000 subscribers per month (2015)|
The Commodity channel index was first published in Commodities, before it was renamed to Futures.
The magazine was founded in 1972 as Commodities, published by Leon Rose and Mort Baratz. It was bought in 1976 by Daniel Oster for Merrill. It was bought again by Jeff Joseph's Alpha Pages from Summit Media in 2013.
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