The CME Group plans to launch Micro E-mini Futures contracts for trading in May of 2019 for the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, Russell 2000 and Dow.
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On Jan 10, 2016 the CME reduced the EUR/USD (6E) Futures contract from 1-pip ($12.50 per contract) to ½-pip ($6.25 per contract). Here’s what I’ve observed since the change.
Every so often a new product comes out that opens a new door to opportunity.
Behold the lower risk alternative for day trading futures, giving traders with smaller accounts the ability to take advantage of the bigger price moves.
Whether you are new to futures trading, or been trading futures for years, it is imperative that you fully understand the fundamentals of how the market works. Here I’ve outlined some basic concepts along with specific details of the S&P500 (SP) and the E-mini S&P (ES).
Price speculation has been around for hundreds of years; long before the existence of electronically traded markets like the NASDAQ and CME Globex. Ironically the fundamentals of trading have not changed, what has changed are the vehicles in which we use to trade.