The E-mini contract was introduced by Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1997 as a way of attracting amateur investors as well as the professional traders. It made it possible for the amateurs to enter into the business through the reduction of the regular futures contract. The margin required of E-mini futures is smaller compared to the full-size contracts making it affordable to the new investors.
Some companies offer an electronic platform for trading the E-mini futures whereby traders can trade throughout the day for five days a week. E-mini futures have a high liquidity feature where there is no uptick regulation which lessens tight bid spreads and slippage. There exist high chances of leverage due to the volatility of the trade.
Traders who venture into the market with little capital are faced with the challenge of low brokerage commission. It becomes impossible to invest better on the primary business. However, traders on the US have an advantage since the tax rate on gains and incomes is lower and then there is low government interference in the trade which encourages many investors to join.
E-mini future trading has been successful and gained popularity for both the non-professional and the professional amateur traders. Each day the volume trade goes up to two an average of two million and accumulates to an average of forty million contracts per month. If you are interested in profitable E-mini future trading then please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org