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Weekly Webinars

Infinity's weekly webinar series presents both in-house and third party presenters covering a variety of different topics. From live trading to technical analysis techniques, Infinity's webinar series covers topics that appeal to a wide array of interests. These webinars are typically free and room seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis. (Click Here)

Resource Center

Infinity has integrated a CME resource center into the website. The web based resource center includes interactive charts, quotes, quote board contract specifications, an economic calendar covering both domestic and international events, news feed and more. (Click Here to Check it Out)

The Markets

Infinity focuses on the liquid futures markets. Specifically, CME Group, EUREX and ICE electronic futures markets. These electronic futures markets cover most asset classes. Liquid markets and trading opportunities exist in Stock Indices, Interest Rates, Currencies, Grains, Metals and Softs futures markets. (Click Here to Learn More)

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Research

Williams Analytics leverages a decade of experience in economics, general finance, time-series and financial econometrics, statistics, and market microstructure to provide quantitative solutions to the trading community. (Click Here for an Introductory Offer)

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Infinity publishes a weekly newsletter which is sent via email every weekend in anticipation of the next trading week. (Click Here for Details)

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Education & Resources

Weekly Webinars

Infinity hosts online futures trading webinars every week. These online futures trading webinars come in two varieties. In house presenters that focus on trading platforms, charts and other futures trading related mechanics. Occasionally, third party presenters are asked to present a trading concept or conduct an instructional live trading webinar.

Schedule

Infinity Futures and the third party educators mentioned herein are separate, unaffiliated companies. Infinity Futures is not responsible for the services and products offered by these third party educators.

Bond Trading Bootcamp

With Jonathan Rose
Wednesday May 10th, 3:30 pm CT (Chicago Time)

Join veteran Bond Futures trader, Jonathan Rose, as he explains how traders and investors can be better prepared to attempt to take advantage of the recent rise in Interest Rates and understand the "Bond Puzzle".   (more )





Prepare for Volatility with Adaptive, Automated Strategies!

With Scott Andrews
Thursday April 20th, 3:15 pm CT (Chicago Time)

Registration for this event is closed. A recording of this event is available on the Infinity Futures YouTube channel. Click here to view.  





Wyckoff/Volume Spread Analysis for AT Charts Explained

With Gavin Holmes
Thursday March 23rd, 9:00 am CT (Chicago Time)

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Trading Webinar for Live Clients

With Patrick Zielbauer
Wednesday March 15th, 3:00 pm CT (Chicago Time)

Registration for this event is closed. A recording of this event is available on the Infinity Futures YouTube channel. Click here to view.  





Just Day Trade!

With Martin Rimes
Thursday March 9th, 3:30 pm CT (Chicago Time)

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Using Order Flow to Understand Market Momentum

With Shane Handy
Thursday February 9th, 3:30 pm CT (Chicago Time)

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InvestiQuant's Automated Strategies

With Scott Andrews
Tuesday January 31st, 3:15 pm CT (Chicago Time)

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Live CL Trading with Edify Trading

With Joe Rokop
Thursday January 12th, 9:00 am CT (Chicago Time)

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The Markets

The following are the futures markets that you can trade on the Infinity Active Trader™ trading platform.

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Stock Index Futures

Why Trade them? Liquidity, Huge Information/News Flow, Abundant Technical & Fundamental Analysis.

E-mini S&P 500 (ES)
Very liquid and popular futures market based on the S&P 500 stock index published by Standard and Poors. This index contains 500 large companies each with capitalizations typically over $10 billion. This market is the more liquid and frequently referenced futures markets in this category. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

E-mini S&P 500 (ES)
Opening Date 9/9/1997
Ticker Symbol ES
Contract Size $50 x S&P 500 Index
Tick Size (minimum fluctuation) 0.25 index points=$12.50
Trading Hours MON - FRI: 5:00 p.m. previous day - 4:00 p.m.;trading halt from 3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Contract Months Five months in the March Quarterly Cycle (Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec)
Last Trade Date Trading can occur up to 8:30 a.m. on the 3rd Friday of the contract month
Settlement Procedure Daily E-mini S&P 500 Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Settlement Procedure (final) Final E-mini S&P 500 Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Daily Price Limits View price limits details


E-mini Dow (YM)
Very liquid and popular futures market based on the S&P 500 stock index published by Standard and Poors. This index contains 500 large companies each with capitalizations typically over $10 billion. This market is the more liquid and frequently referenced futures markets in this category. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex. For more information on this market.

E-mini Dow (YM)
Opening Date 4/5/2002
Ticker Symbol YM
Contract Size $5 x Dow Jones Industrial Average ("DJIA")
Tick Size (minimum fluctuation) 1.00 index points=$5.00
Trading Hours MON - FRI: 5:00 p.m. previous day - 4:00 p.m.; trading halt from 3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Contract Months Four months in the March Quarterly Cycle (Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec)
Last Trade Date Trading can occur up to 8:30 a.m. on the 3rd Friday of the contract month
Settlement Procedure Daily E-mini Dow Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Settlement Procedure (final) Final E-mini Dow Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Daily Price Limits View price limits details


E-mini NASDAQ 100 (NQ)
The NASDAQ 100 is a stock index which includes the largest non-financial companies. This index weighs individual components based on market capitalization. The NQ has a smaller tick size than the ES. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

E-mini NASDAQ 100 (NQ)
Opening Date 6/21/1999
Ticker Symbol NQ
Contract Size $20 x NASDAQ-100 Index
Tick Size (minimum fluctuation) 0.25 index points=$5.00
Trading Hours MON - FRI: 5:00 p.m. previous day - 4:00 p.m.; trading halt from 3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Contract Months Five months in the March Quarterly Cycle (Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec)
Last Trade Date Trading can occur up to 8:30 a.m. on the 3rd Friday of the contract month.
Settlement Procedure Daily E-mini NASDAQ Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Settlement Procedure (final) Final E-mini NASDAQ Settlement Procedure (PDF)
Daily Price Limits View price limits details


Mini Russell 2000® (TF)
This Stock Index is published by Russell investments and includes small capitalization stocks. The Mini Russell 2000 is an Intercontinental Exchange market traded on their electronic platform. The Russell 2000 is the most widely quoted measure of the overall performance of small-to mid-cap company shares.

Euro STOXX 50
The EURO STOXX 50 Index, Europe's leading Blue-chip index for the Eurozone, provides a blue-chip representation of super-sector leaders in the Eurozone. The index covers 50 stocks from 12 Eurozone countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. This is a Eurex Exchange market.

Dax
DAX® is Deutsche Borse's blue chip index for the German stock market - one of the most efficient stock markets in Europe. It comprises the 30 largest and most actively traded German companies. This is a Eurex Exchange market.

Interest Rate Futures

Why Trade them? Liquidity, Huge Information/News Flow, Abundant Technical & Fundamental Analysis, US Government and Federal Reserve, Global Economy.

US Treasury Bonds (ZB)
T-Bonds are debt securities issued by the US Treasury to fund US government operations. This interest rate sensitive futures market is very liquid and accessed by both traders and investors of all kinds. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex

10 Year US Treasury Notes (ZN)
T-Note are debt securities issued by the US Treasury to fund US government operations. 10 Year market is the most liquid futures market at the CME. T-Notes have a smaller tick size and are less volatile than the T-Bonds. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

5 Year US Treasury Notes (ZF)
A shorter duration allows for the ability to trade the "yield curve" which represents the difference in interest rates between the maturities' of this debt instruments. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex

2 Year US Treasury Notes (ZT)
The shortest duration of this Note complex provides for a smaller tick size and a tighter average daily range. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Bund
A Bund is a bond issued by the German federal government. The Eurex Euro-Bund futures contract is a popular contract. It is based on long-term debt with a term of 8.5 to 10.5 years, and is considered the benchmark for long-term euro-denominated government debt. This is a Eurex Exchange market.

Currency Futures (commonly referred to as FOREX)

Why Trade them? Global Interest Rates, Global Economy, Global Events, Exchange Traded, Transparent, No Carry Cost.

Euro FX (6E)
Euro FX futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell Euro Currencies (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Japanese Yen (6J)
Yen futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell Japanese Yen (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Australian Dollar (6A)
Aussie futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell Australian Dollars (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Canadian Dollar (6C)
Canadian Dollar futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell Canadian Dollars (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

British Pound (6B)
The British Pound (the Sterling) futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell British Pounds (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Swiss Franc (6S)
The Swiss Franc futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell Swiss Francs (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

New Zealand Dollar (6N)
The New Zealand Dollar futures are standardized, exchange-traded contracts to buy or sell New Zealand Dollars (relative to the price of the US Dollar) at a specific price sometime in the future, commonly three months or more. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

US Dollar Index (DX)
The ICE U.S. Dollar Index (USDX) futures contract is a leading benchmark for the international value of the US dollar and the world's most widely-recognized traded currency index. In a single transaction the USDX enables market participants to monitor moves in the value of the US dollar relative to a basket of world currencies, as well as hedge their portfolios against the risk of a move in the dollar.

Metals (CME Groups aka COMEX)

Why Trade Them? Global Interest Rates, Global Economy, Global Events, Exchange Traded, Transparent, No Carry Cost, Flight to Quality, Universally Followed and Priced.

Gold (GC)
Gold futures are hedging tools for commercial producers and users of gold. They also provide global gold price discovery and opportunities for portfolio diversification. In addition, gold offers ongoing trading opportunities, since gold prices respond quickly to political and economic events. Gold futures also serve as an alternative to investing in gold bullion, coins, and mining stocks. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Silver (SI)
Silver futures pricing is based on the physical standardized minimum of 999 fineness. Silver is a widely followed and traded commodity at the CME as well as other exchanges, including off-exchange over the counter dealers. The large size contract is large and fraught with a lot of risk. The large size contract is not for beginning traders. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Copper (HG)
This contract is surprising liquid and attracts speculators, hedgers and long term investors. Copper's long term industry use resulted in the following futures specification: The contract (basis) grade for the Grade 1 copper contract shall be Grade 1 Electrolytic Copper Cathodes (full plate or cut) and shall conform to the specifications (as to chemical and physical requirements) for Grade 1 Electrolytic Copper Cathode as adopted by the American Society for Testing and Materials (B115-00), or its latest revision. This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Agriculture

Corn (ZC)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Soybeans (ZS)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Soybean Oil (ZL)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Soybean Meal (ZM)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Chicago Wheat

Live Cattle (LE)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Lean Hogs (HE)
This is a CME Group market traded on Globex.

Softs

Sugar
The Sugar No. 11 contract, also known as World Sugar, is the global benchmark contract for raw sugar trading. The contract prices physical delivery of raw cane sugar free-on-board the receiver's vessel at a port within the country of origin of the sugar as named by the deliverer. Sugar No. 11 is used in food, rum, and the fuel additive ethanol. It is a global sugar product, produced in over 120 countries and consumed in every country. This is Intercontinental Exchange market.

Sugar
The Sugar No. 11 contract, also known as World Sugar, is the global benchmark contract for raw sugar trading. The contract prices physical delivery of raw cane sugar free-on-board the receiver's vessel at a port within the country of origin of the sugar as named by the deliverer. Sugar No. 11 is used in food, rum, and the fuel additive ethanol. It is a global sugar product, produced in over 120 countries and consumed in every country. This is Intercontinental Exchange market.

Coffee
Volatility in the coffee market has been historically greater than that of other soft commodities markets, often triggering increased levels of activity from both hedgers wishing to lay off risk and financial participants willing to take on those risks. The result is more bids and offers, providing a critical mass of liquidity, hedging and pricing opportunities. This is Intercontinental Exchange market.

Cocoa
Due to Cocoa's seasonal demand cycles and concentrated production sources - limited to just eight countries serving global demand - the cocoa market is subject to a high degree of volatility, presenting hedging and trading opportunities for cocoa traders around the world. This is Intercontinental Exchange market.

Cotton
Cotton's world-wide appeal and vulnerability to unforeseen natural and man-made events raises the economic stakes for this commodity, attracting market participants from across the globe. This is Intercontinental Exchange market.


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Research

Infinity Futures and the third party educators mentioned herein are separate, unaffiliated companies. Infinity Futures is not responsible for the services and products offered by these third party educators.


Michael Williams

Dr. Michael Williams

Williams Analytics leverages a decade of experience in economics, general finance, time-series and financial econometrics, statistics, and market microstructure to provide quantitative solutions to the trading community.
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Cynthia Edmonson

Cynthia Edmonson

Cynthia Edmonson has been a trader since 2006, and has been active in the financial industry since 1998. She is the founder of Fluidity Trader, an educational teaching site focusing on ES Futures trading.
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Jerry Kingrey

Jerry Kingrey

Jerry Kingrey spent 35 years managing and directing information technology services for large data centers for Fortune 500 companies and the State of North Carolina data center. Since his corporate retirement in 2004, he pursued a career in stock trading.
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JAck Broz

Jack Broz

Join veteran trader, Jack Broz, in a live broadcast chat from the trading floor of the Chicago Board of Trade 5 days per week. Click here to see Jack's offer for Infinity customers.


Ray Burchett

Ray Burchett

With 30 plus years of trading and trader development experience Ray Burchett helps traders meet what he believes are the two biggest challenges to success - waiting for market alignment and consistent execution. If you are struggling to find your way IDT (Intuitive Development Training) provides a proven development path. Click here to see their Ray's offer for Infinity customers. Click here to see Ray's offer for Infinity customers.


Dan Gramza

Dan Gramza

Infinity Futures has teamed up with Dan Gramza , President of Gramza Capital Management and DMG Advisors, LLC., to offer you Free Access to his Daily Trading Videos! These videos are updated by 7AM CDT (Chicago Time). The video updates are a great way to stay in tune with the various futures markets.


Rob Hoffman

Rob Hoffman

Rob Hoffman is the Founder and CEO of Become A Better Trader, Inc. As a Professional Trader, frequent speaker for the major financial exchanges, skilled educator and passionate mentor to tens of thousands of students from around the world, and an International Trading Champion, Rob has seen it all. Click here to see Rob's offer for Infinity customers.



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