AMP Global {CHEAP} CME Micro E-mini Commissions - $25.00 Day Trade Margins (M2K)

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by AMP_Global, May 4, 2019.

  1. AMP_Global

    AMP_Global ET Sponsor

    AMP FLAT Pricing offer using any of our FREE Trading Platforms, such as MetaTrader 5, Sierra Chart, MultiCharts, TradingView, Jigsaw....

    Exchange Fee $0.20
    CQG Order Routing Fee $0.10
    NFA $0.02
    AMP Clearing Fee $0.05


    Total per Side $0.37

    Available on all 40+ different trading platforms. Please use the AMP Exact Cost Calculator to confirm the total all-in price for any platforms that charge any additional per contract platform fees: https://portal.ampclearing.com/account/commissionquote.aspx

    Day Trade Margins:
    • Micro E-mini S&P 500 : MES = $40.00
    • Micro E-mini Nasdaq-100: MNQ = $50.00
    • Micro E-mini Dow: MYM = $50.00
    • Micro E-mini Russell 2000: M2K = $25.00
    https://www.ampfutures.com/trading-info/margins/

    AMP Account Minimum to get started has been reduced from $100 down to $25.

    Happy Trading!
     
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  2. Overnight

    Overnight

    P0Wn3d
     
  3. Times

    Times

    Is this active for AMP customers who are using the special $300 margin which is $3 per side?

    Or will they be charge $3 per side for Micros
     
  4. Overnight

    Overnight

    To think of $3 per side on a micro seems a bit obtuse, no?
     
  5. Times

    Times

    Of course, however, lets see what AMP says,
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    They say its $3 per side for all contracts but I am hoping micro contracts are an exception or maybe they can offer special margin for micros too?

    Please answer AMP_Global on the details for your $300 margin customers :)

    Obviously no one else besides AMP can answer
     
  6. Overnight

    Overnight

    I can give a partial answer...That text has been there ever since they came up with that offer, A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO.

    They never saw these equity micros coming. Hell, nobody did. I expect them to change that wording soon there, in that flat-rate mini shit now with the new micros.

    If they do not, I'll start yelling.
     
  7. AMP_Global

    AMP_Global ET Sponsor

    Confirmed, Special $300 DayTrade Margins for Full Size ES, NQ and YM has been updated. E-Micros will be charged the above pricing:
    https://www.elitetrader.com/et/threads/amp-global-cheap-cme-micro-e-mini-commissions-25-00-day-trade-margins-m2k.332228/

    • *Special - $300 day trading margins for - E-Mini S&P - E-Mini NASDAQ - Mini ($5) Dow Jones
    Special - $300 Margins Confirmation*
    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR $300 MARGINS: In order to day trade the E-Mini S&P, E-Mini NASDAQ and Mini Dow Jones contracts with the $300 margins, the customer must agree to commissions for all contracts (except CME E-Micro Indices) on electronic markets

    >> We will also be adding the ability to have special margins for the CME E-Micro Indices, like the Full Size Indices, but lets get the Initial Launch over. We need to see how much liquidity actually is on these NEW contracts.
     
    Last edited: May 5, 2019
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  8. SteveH

    SteveH

    I was considering AMP Futures years ago. They couldn't match IB's no volume discount rate for the NQ, YM and RTY (now at $2.05 total a side). [I never cared about "$500 day margin"...that's crazy stupid leverage]
     
  9. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    my AMP no volume rate for NQ is $1.8 per side, $3.6 r/t.
     
  10. AMP_Global

    AMP_Global ET Sponsor

    We have reduced the Pricing on the E-Micro Currencies

    AMP FLAT Pricing offer using any of our FREE Trading Platforms, such as MetaTrader 5, Sierra Chart, MultiCharts, TradingView, Jigsaw....

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    Total per Side $0.33

    Available on all 40+ different trading platforms. Please use the AMP Exact Cost Calculator to confirm the total all-in price for any platforms that charge any additional per contract platform fees: https://portal.ampclearing.com/account/commissionquote.aspx
     
    #10     May 7, 2019
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