Interested in futures trading? If so, we’re happy to say theholidays came a bit early for you this year. ;-)
We’ve just extended a sweet limited-time offer. Starting nowthrough December 31, if you open and fund a new MB Trading Futures account,you’ll enjoy our lowest fixed fee of $0.45 per contract through February 29,2016*. MB Trading’s commission rates are among the most competitive in theindustry, and with this introductory offer, you can snag our lowest rateregardless of how many contracts you trade.
You can learn more and open an MB Trading Futures account here. For more informationon TradeKing’s acquisition of MB Trading, check out my post announcing the deal, which has recently closed.Now the exciting work begins! We look forward to sharing lots of greatinnovations and new benefits arising from this combo throughout 2016.
Happy trading to you!
*Customers willbe charged $0.85 per contract on each trade in real-time. Rebates will becredited to the account within five business days after the end of calendarmonth. Exchange and regulatory fees are charged separately.
MB Trading, IB member FINRA, SIPC; MB Trading Futures, Inc. IBand member NFA. Futures trading is offered to self-directed investors throughMB Trading Futures. MB Trading and MB Trading Futures are referred tocollectively herein as "MB Trading.”
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Trading in futures is speculative in nature andnot appropriate for all investors. Investors should only use risk capital whentrading futures because there is always the risk of substantial loss.
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