Posted By: Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
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The next big thing in equities trading.
Micro E-mini Futures. Launching May 6, 2019.
An expanded offering, a smaller-sized contract
Micro E-mini futures fit seamlessly within our current product suite and give all traders a simple way to access the equity index futures markets. At 1/10th the size of a classic E-mini contract, Micro E-minis require less cash to enter the market with lower margins.
Four leading indices, for benchmark equity exposure
Dow Jones Industrial Average
Trade a slice of the most liquid equity index futures
E-mini S&P 500, Nasdaq-100, Russell 2000 and Dow ($5) futures are among the most liquid, actively traded equity index contracts available. Micro E-mini futures provide the same benefits of E-mini futures, in a smaller-sized contract.
Precisely scale index exposure up or down
Add more granularity to your trading and risk-management strategies by using Micro E-mini futures to fine-tune your index exposure.
Versatility to manage positions
Because Micro E-mini futures are fully fungible with classic E-mini contracts, you have more flexibility for managing positions as market conditions change, using the contract that best suits your goals. You also have greater access to the liquidity you need.
Subject to regulatory approval
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