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S&P 500 Index Speculator

A speculator in the S&P 500 Index market is an individual who trades the futures markets with the objective of achieving profits through the successful anticipation of price movements. Speculators are willing to take large risks in the hopes of making quick, large gains. The speculator has no interest in taking delivery of the physical product.       

  

Where are S&P 500 Index futures and options traded? S&P 500 Index futures and options are traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). The CME offers a competitive and transparent market place to engage in efficient price speculation. If you are interested in S&P 500 Index price speculation, please contact us. One of our experienced S&P 500 Index traders will be happy to give you a call to discuss speculative trading strategies with you.

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