Suggest good brokers offering futures/cfd indices with weekly cfd/futures options indices ?

Discussion in 'Index Futures' started by Millionaire_Raj, Jul 28, 2020.

  1. can Suggest good brokers offering futures/cfd indices with weekly cfd/futures options indices for non-us residents.
    E-mini futures margins requested by brokers are going beyond 10K and can any one suggest good broker offering with less margin CFD also ok but need weekly options also ..
     
  2. Why do you want CFD's rather than direct market access? The difference is cheaper and real pricing vs CFD expensive and fake (internalized, firm market maker) pricing. Are you only looking for "option index CFD's" purely for the leverage? If buying power wasn't an issue would you still prefer trading index options? Even regulated CFD providers are trash. Are you looking for mostly day trading or mostly overnight trading?
     
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  4. Cannon_Trading

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  5. @Canon_Trading
    how abt e-mini SP500 weekly options .Calendar Spread,Vertical spread allowed .?
    May i know abt margin requirement for long e-mini S&P500 & long weekly options (hedged).
    do you have different margin requirement for intraday trading and carry forward ?
     
  6. @Canon_Trading
    how abt e-mini SP500 weekly options .Calendar Spread,Vertical spread allowed .?
    May i know abt margin requirement for long e-mini S&P500 & long weekly options (hedged).
    do you have different margin requirement for intraday trading and carry forward ?
     
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  7. Cannon_Trading

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    Hello Millionaire_Raj

    The answer to all the above is yes.
    You can do vertical, calendar, sell premium etc. all with exchange minimum margins.

    Day trading on ES with $1000 day trading margins.
    Anything else is exchange min margins. I am happy to discuss privately as well if you like.
     
  8. Low margins alongside low spreads are no less than a catalyst for profitable trading. Choose a broker that offers both. Fxview and Oanda are good examples of low spread brokers. You will not experience the regular slippage issues with them. Plus their fees and commissions are on the lower side.
     
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  10. Trading futures or CFD indices can be long or short based depending upon the price movements across the financial markets like the UK, US, Australia, and more. The traders can take advantage of the market movements if using a reliable broker such as XTB, IC Markets, Coinexx, and Pepperstone. They are the popular names in the industry and are known to lower down the risk exposure to the volatility. A reliable broker will help you avail the benefits while trading indices, especially when you have a larger capital.
     
    #10     Jul 31, 2020