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What Are Futures?
As the most important derivative instrument for managing price risk, futures are standardized contracts in which buyers and sellers agree to buy or sell a specified instrument at a specified date and time, at a pre-confirmed price and other trading conditions.
What Are Futures?
Benefits of Investing in Futures
  • Two-way trading, both bullish and bearish
  • Margin trading, employ full leverage, increase the efficiency of capital utilization
  • Flexible trading with T+0 trading system
  • Hedging with stocks and other trading products to reduce risk
Doo Financial provides investors with access to global futures products, including equity indices, commodities, energy, securities, interest rates, and agricultural futures, connecting them to the world's leading futures markets. Trade a wide range of futures directly from the CME Group (Chicago Mercantile Exchange), CBOE Chicago Board Options Exchange, HKFE Hong Kong Futures Exchange, and SGX Singapore Exchange with us at Doo Financial!
Risks of Investing in Futures:
Possible to sustain losses greater than the original investment.
Lack of opposite interest in the market at the right price to initiate a trade.
The leverage available also meant that a small amount of funds can lead to a large movement in their respective value and may incur large losses or large gains.
Clients may be required to deposit a substantial amount of funds in a short term to maintain the open positions, failing which your positions shall be liquidated at a loss.
Futures transactions have contingent liabilities attached to it.
Secure and Seamless Trading Experience
  • Trade from All Gobal Futures
    Trade from All Gobal Futures
    Trade up to 200+ global futures products from the world's leading exchanges.
  • Competitive Trading Costs
    Competitive Trading Costs
    We offer competitive trading costs in the industry to help investors achieve greater profit margins.
  • Trading in Anytime
    Trading in Anytime
    Trade on your mobile anytime, anywhere and enjoy global investments at your fingertips.
  • Efficient Trading
    Efficient Trading
    Our data centers are deployed at Equinix, where 99.5% of trade orders are executed in 50 milliseconds.
  • regulatory
    International Financial Regulation
    The operating entities in each region are subject to strict regulation by international regulatory bodies such SEC, FINRA in the United States, FCA in the United Kingdom and ASIC in Australia.
  • Professional Support
    24/7/365 Professional Support
    With 500+ industry's professionals, Doo Group provides top-notch support services to investors 24/7, 365 days a year.
Direct Access to Global Futures Exchanges
Trade the global futures, seamlessly and efficiently via one account that encompasses all markets.
  • New York Commodity Exchange
    New York Commodity Exchange
  • New York Mercantile Exchange
    New York Mercantile Exchange
  • Singapore Exchange
    Singapore Exchange
  • Chicago Board of Trade
    Chicago Board of Trade
  • CME Group
    CME Group
  • European Futures Exchange
    European Futures Exchange
  • Hong Kong Futures Exchange
    Hong Kong Futures Exchange
Multiple Platforms
Multiple popular software at your disposal to elevate your professional and convenient trading experience
  • InTrade
    The next generation of mobile-centric trading platform
  • TradingView
    HTML 5 Trading Platform
Multiple Platforms
Multiple popular software at your disposal to elevate your professional and convenient trading experience
For More Information About Futures
About Futures
FAQ
  • Futures Trading Hours
    According to the rules of the exchange, each futures product has different trading hours. Please kindly check in the Doo Financial trading software for more details, subject to the announcement of the exchange.
  • Minimum trading unit for futures
    The minimum unit of trading in futures is a standard contract, usually called a lot. The specifications of standard contracts vary from one futures product to another.
  • Futures up and down
    Futures varieties have a wide range of limits, and some contracts do not have limits. However, investors shall understand and pay attention in controlling the risks.
  • Types of futures trading
    Trading in futures contracts is conducted on a margin basis, with the investors requiring a certain percentage of the contract value (margin ratio below 50%, usually around 10% ) for the initial margin to trade.
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