December 15th, 2020 Filed under Future Trading News | Comment (0)
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Have you heard? There’s a new futures exchange in town and NOW you can trade the 10 years Yield!.
Interest rates have never been lower,* and now trading them has never been easier. Small Treasury Yield / S10Y
gives you access to the lowest interest rate environment in the history of US Treasuries all in a small, standard, and simple future. And the Small Exchange is letting you test it out for zero exchange transaction fees! Put oversized, complicated bond products in your past… trade the future of interest rates.
Don’t miss this limited-time opportunity to trade S10Y for zero exchange transactions fees! The Small Exchange will waive all exchange transaction fees for the Small Treasury Yield futures until January 29th.†
*All-time low in 10-year Treasury rate of 0.52% on August 4, 2020, according to treasury.gov.
†The Small Exchange $0.07 and $0.15 exchange transaction fees will be waived. Commissions and other fees charged by, or passed through from, your broker will still apply. Visit the Small Exchange fee page
for a full list of our fees.
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February 18th, 2014 Filed under Commodity Trading, Future Trading News, Future Trading Platform, Futures Broker, Futures Trading | Comments Off on How Discount Brokers Work?
Discount Futures Brokerage is formatted to provide a more cost effective way of trading futures for experienced traders who are comfortable placing trades over the internet , using their personal computer..
Discount Futures Brokers typically offer lower service fees and take a more minimal role in daily trading decisions. What you are essentially using a broker since then, is to place orders and for representation on the exchange floor. It is true that futures trading, or any trading market for that matter, could not operate without market participants and market professionals representing those participants. With commodities markets being so risky, regardless of cost it is clear that qualified brokers are vital to the success of participants of various markets.
What’s The Difference?
The biggest difference with discount brokers is the client’s ability to be more self-directed with their trading profile. The risk associated with futures trading disclaims that there is no guarantee of profit no matter who manages your money. No matter the level of involvement, brokers still represent the interests of every client and are likewise as valuable. The need for Futures Trading Brokers will never become obsolete, so the emphasis on discount brokerage need be on discounted commissions and fees, not discounted service.
Below is a list of lesser or excluded fees associated with a discount futures brokerage:
- Account Maintenance Fees
- Platform Fees
- DataFeed Fees (Online/E-Trading)
- Low Margin Investments
- Broker Support Fees
Another difference with discount brokerage is the type of platform often used for this type of futures brokerage service; online. Online Futures Trading is in some cases synonymous with a discount futures brokerage. The reason this is, is due to lower costs associated with online platforms that allow you to do most of the monitoring of real time market data. A wide selection of online futures companies provide the software you can download to use to trade and build a profile. When one places orders online, he doesn’t need to call his broker and place orders via phone. That saves the time of the broker and allow for lower, discounted fees.
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April 8th, 2013 Filed under Future Trading News | Comments Off on Futures Trading Levels and Economic Reports for April 9, 2013
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1. Market Commentary
2. Support and Resistance Levels – S&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Russell 2000, Dollar Index
3. Support and Resistance Levels – Gold, Euro, Crude Oil, T-Bonds
4. Support and Resistance Levels – Corn, Wheat, Beans, Silver
5. Economic Reports for Tuesday April 9, 2013
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On a different note, earnings season is starting today and will play a role in the intraday moves/ overnight moves of stock index futures.