International Futures Markets

International Futures Markets are leveraged derivative instruments listed and traded in organized international markets. Future contracts require cash settlement or physical delivery at a future date of maturity and have some specific standard features such as maturity, contract size and leverage, as determined by the relevant exchanges.  You may execute your orders in commodities, precious metals, energy, indices, exchange parities, financials contracts through online platforms.

You may trade 5 days in a week and 24 hours a day in Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), one of the global futures exchanges with a high trading volume.