|Webinar Event Details|
|Event Date:||Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 (Past)|
|Event Time:||2:30 PM CT / 3:30 PM ET|
Join us for a special 3-part webinar series event presented by Senior Futures & Options Broker Drew Rathgeber as he reviews the E-mini S&P, E-mini Russell and E-mini Dow Jones futures markets!
PART 3 – E-MINI RUSSELL 2000
Are you interested in learning about the true small-cap segment of US equities unbiased by larger stocks?
The E-mini Russell provides the unique opportunity to gain exposure to 2000 of the smallest securities in one comprehensive futures contract. In the final installation of our 3-part E-mini webinar series, Drew Rathgeber explains how you can trade the E-mini Russell 2000, an index that represents more of the market pool than both the S&P 500 and Dow Jones.
This informative webinar will cover the following topics and more:
- Learning E-Mini Russell 2000
- Symbols & Contract Months
- Market Calendar
- Contract Specifications and Margins
- Market Hours
- Advantages of trading indices
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