A New Way to Trade Stock Index Futures with Minimal Capital and Lower Risk: Scale Trading Micro E-mini S&P 500 Futures
On March 11th, 2019 the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Group (CME) announced they would be adding micro-sized stock index futures to their product listing and, frankly, the industry will never be the same. The lower contract size comes with lower margin and more reasonable risk exposure for those with tapered tolerance or minimal risk capital. Whether you are day trading, swing trading, or position trading, the new micro stock index futures products enable traders to take advantage of scale trading in which positions are entered and offset in increments. This practice is effective in mitigating the negative consequences of poor market timing. Join us to discuss the the following topics:
- What is scale trading?
- How does scale trading improve the odds of success for traders of all time frames?
- What does a scale trade look like?
- What are Micro E-mini futures?
- How can I get started in trading Micro E-mini futures and how much money is needed?