Futures

Futures,

Definition of Futures:

  1. Commodities or securities contracted for delivery at a stated future date at a specified price. Such a contract (called futures contract) itself can also be traded.

  2. Contracts for assets (especially commodities or shares) bought at agreed prices but delivered and paid for later.

  3. A period of time following the moment of speaking or writing; time regarded as still to come.

  4. At a later time; going or likely to happen or exist.

Synonyms of Futures

Later, Following, Ensuing, Succeeding, Subsequent, Upcoming, To come, Coming, Time to come, Time ahead

How to use Futures in a sentence?

  1. This involves buying and selling futures or options on shares, bonds or currencies.
  2. We plan on getting married in the near future.
  3. I made a fortune on the stock market trading futures contracts on commodities such as oil, gold, and wheat. Though it is dangerous to risk money trading futures , it worked out in the end.
  4. Investing in the futures of a company can be a risky venture but if you pick right you will reap the rewards.
  5. The needs of future generations.
  6. Larry had a futures bet on who will win the World Series before the baseball season began. He had several futures bets on who would win the Word Series in October.

Meaning of Futures & Futures Definition