Here is a comprehensive list of some of the kinds of Futures products available to trade:


      • Grains (Corn, Wheat, Soybeans, Oats, Rice)
      • Dairy (Milk, Whey, Butter, Cheese)
      • Livestock (Cattle, Hogs, Pork Bellies)
      • Lumber
      • Cocoa
      • Coffee
      • Cotton
      • Sugar


      • Oil
      • Gas
      • Electricity
      • Ethanol

      Interest Rates

      • Eurodollar
      • Fed Funds
      • 30-Year Bonds
      • 10-Year & 5-Year Notes
      • Euro-Bund
      • Euro-BOBL


      • Gold
      • Silver
      • Copper
      • Platinum
      • Uranium

      Stock Indexes

      • S&P 500
      • S&P Midcap
      • NASDAQ 100
      • Dow
      • Nikkei 225
      • Russell
      • CCI
      • FTSE 100
      • Euro Stoxx
      • DAX

      Additionally, there are many other Futures products not listed above that are available to trade. You can find these products listed on various trading exchanges respective websites–for example, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange or the Intercontinental Exchange. Remember, in order to place trades in any products, you must first secure both an account with an FCM (Futures Commission Merchant) and an IB (Introducing Broker) like NinjaTrader.

      Ready to learn more? Check out our 5 Reasons to Trade Futures video below for a more detailed introduction to the futures market including some of the unique advantages to trading these markets.

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