I'm having challenges finding daily volume (liquidity) on OneChicago, for listed Single Stock Futures contracts. It seems like 99% of the stocks I've seen have '0' volume. I think the largest volume I've seen for one market for a particular day was 3700. Am probably just missing something. I trade commodity futures and understand the volume and how it works. I'm excited about 100+ markets that I can hypothetically trade like futures based on margin. From what I've observed, leveraged stock futures with 'liquidity' is down the road a few months or years. 3700 volume for a specific day seems incredibly thin for trading intraday or two day swing trading. I would appreciate any information in regards to the most liquid SSF's that are traded everyday, (if there is such a thing right now). I keep finding articles about new companies offering SSF's, but wheres the volume? Does it have anything to do with the stock volume itself? For example, if Microsoft's total volume today was 10 million, does this 10 million have any relation to the Microsoft Single Stock futures contract volume, or is it a separate. I'm basically looking for more futures markets to trade above and beyond the 50 to 60 that commodities represent.