Roll cost of trading S&P 500 futures has dropped 50 base points in recent weeks
Research by the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange Group (CME) found that futures are more cost effective
than exchange traded funds (ETFs) across all types of
A new report from the US exchange giant
shows that E-mini S&P 500 futures are more cost-effective
than S&P 500 ETFs in all scenarios for all types of
traders, regardless of whether a trader is fully funded or
looking for leverage or if they are based in the US or further
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