Yes. Futures contracts are a leveraged product so you can take advantage of price movements at a fractional requirement of the notional value (ex. $75/barrel oil*1,000 barrels per contract = $75,000 notional value). While you do not get to trade with more funds than you deposit, the full value of the contracts you trade will give you additional monetary control.
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- Does Tradovate offer special margins for day trading?
- What are the margin requirements at Tradovate?
- Does Tradovate offer margin trading?
- How do futures margins work?
- Can I place trades while my account is under margined?
- How can I tell how much margin my positions require?
- Is margin trading in futures different from stock trading?
- Does Tradovate offer SPAN margins?