Below are 3 cheat sheets we regularly use for trading futures and futures options. These will help you track details and fees for a variety of futures securities.
Futures shorthand assigns a letter to each month of the year.
For example, /ESM2. '/ES' is the security (E-mini S&P 500 Futures), 'M' means June, and '2' means 2022.
The two photos to the right provide details for 40 future securities falling into 7 categories:
Equity Indices Futures
Interest Rates Futures
For each security, find the
exchange fees + NFA
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While, a smaller list of products, this futures trading cheat sheet provides additional information, including:
time of settlement
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