Futures

Saxo’s platform offers traders access to over 200 futures contracts spanning 22 global exchanges and a wide variety of asset categories. The futures market is one of the fastest-growing spaces within the overall global market and futures contracts offer investors and traders a unique tool with which to regulate risk, hedge existing positions, and profit from movements across assets and asset classes. 

Saxo’s team provide expert analysis of movements in the equities, forex, commodities, and fixed income spaces, as well as analysis of the futures market itself, as well as specific futures. As futures contracts are traded on margin, our platform allows users to employ stocks and bonds as margin collateral while ensuring access to advanced order types such one-cancels-another, limit orders, and trailing stop orders. Users also have the ability to roll out existing contracts in one ticket.

Combined with the educational materials offered by Saxo Academy, the broad view given by publications such as our Quarterly Outlook and Outrageous predictions releases, and the daily insights and analyses on offer from our team of expert strategists, Saxo provides clients and readers with everything needed to gain access to, and expertise in, the fast-growing global futures market.

Futures are contracts to buy or sell a given asset at a specified date and price, and as such they allow investors and traders to profit from gains or losses in the value of the underlying asset. They are often used to trade commodities such as crude oil, copper, silver, wheat, or corn, but can also be used to trade in bonds, equities, equities indexes, currencies, and more.

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