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Which futures contracts can I trade at tastyworks? (available futures contracts)
Listed below are the available futures contracts (including micros!) that you can trade, the overnight requirements, the trading hours of each product, and ...
What are the Small Exchange contracts specs? (available smalls)
To sign up for a Small Exchange subscription, please go to thesmallexchange.com. For subscription inquiries or questions about your subscription, please wri...
How to link your Small Exchange subscription to your tastyworks account
Did you login to your account at manage.tastyworks.com and see the following prompt? No worries, to continue with linking your Small Exchange Subscription, ...
How do I sign up for a Small Exchange Subscription?
What is the Small Exchange? A futures exchange geared for retail traders Futures are all over the place with different tick sizes, expirations times, cont...
Options on futures specifications (assignment, exercise, fees)
Unlike equity options, futures options are a whole other animal. Below is a table of how assignments or exercises for options on futures are handled, as wel...
What is the minimum to trade futures? (Overnight Requirement & SPAN)
There is no minimum account balance to trade any Small Exchange product or CME outright future in a (non-IRA) margin account. However, you must have our hig...
How do I apply for futures trading (for “The Works”)?
Looking to trade futures in your margin account ("The Works")? If so, please continue below to learn more about: Eligible Accounts Eligibility ...
How do I apply for Intraday Futures Margin?
Are you a futures trader looking to scale into positions without the burden of posting the entire overnight margin requirement? Then intraday margin can pot...
What makes up each Small Exchange index and contract?
Ready to trade The Smalls, but not sure about each contract's composition or what they track? Below is a brief description of each available Small Exch...
Why is my equities account separated from my futures account?
Some things in life go great together, such as peanut butter and jelly, Donny and Marie, and even stocks & options. The same applies to your securities ...