Discover the Benefits of an Atlantic Metals Exchange Account

  • Exchange-traded (ET) futures contracts are those that are traded on exchanges, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).
  • Futures contracts are traded on exchanges, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).
  • Exchange-traded futures contracts are traded on an exchange, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).

Most commodity traders are familiar with futures trading, as the majority of these financial instruments are bought and sold through an exchange. However, not all futures contracts are traded on an exchange. An exchange-traded futures contract is one that is traded on an exchange.
An exchange-traded futures contract must settle on an exchange, as opposed to, say, an over-the-counter (OTC) commodity. Futures contracts are traded on exchanges, such as the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).



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How an Atlantic Metals Exchange Account Works

Atlantic Metal Exchange (AMEX) is a U.S.-based electronic marketplace for metals products, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals, scrap and pellets. AMEX members have access to price data, trading tools, market information and customized services.
AMEX members enjoy the following benefits:
Competitive pricing

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Competitive spreads

Access to reliable price information

Access to trading tools

Access to market news

Benefits of an Atlantic Metals Exchange Account

Access to a global network of buyers, sellers, and brokers

Access to online trading platforms

Access to a world-class metals marketplace

Access to real-time prices, quotes, and news

Access to technical and fundamental analysis

Access to round-the-clock market commentary

Access to Atlantic Metals Exchange educational tools

Access to exchange news and alerts



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Full Service Broker

As an Atlantic Metals Exchange participant, you'll be connected to a network of financial institutions that trade metal futures. At Atlantic, you'll find a full-service trading environment that includes access to futures contracts, real-time market data, and market news.
Competitive Commissions
Atlantic Metals Exchange trades four metals, and the commissions are competitive. Atlantic charges 1.5 cents per contract, or $5 per round-turn contract.
Fast Settlement
Atlantic Metals Exchange payments are processed quickly at the end of each trading day.

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Low Maintenance Fees

The AMEX has a low annual fee of $150. This fee is lower than many other exchanges.
Competitive Fees
The AMEX charges competitive fees for orders.

The AMEX charges a $.20 per contract fee. Unlike many of the other big exchanges, the AMEX charges this fee on open positions that are held overnight.
The AMEX charges a $.10 per contract fee on short sales that are under a million shares.

The AMEX charges a $.05 per contract fee on short sales that are over a million shares.

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The AMEX charges a $.02 per contract fee on options contracts.

The AMEX charges a $.01 per contract fee on gas futures orders.

The AMEX charges a $.01 per contract fee on electricity futures orders.

The AMEX charges a $.01 per contract fee on oil futures orders.

The AMEX charges a $.01 per contract fee on natural gas futures orders.

The AMEX charges a $.01 per contract fee on gold futures orders.

Electronic Trading

Atlantic Metal Exchange offers electronic trading through FIX Trading Connect and its own in-house FIX gateway. Accordingly, users can trade through the FIX gateway or connect to Atlantic Metal Exchange's FIX gateway.
Atlantic Metal Exchange also offers users the option to trade through eSpeed, an electronic trading platform provided by optionsXpress.
Options Trading
Atlantic Metal Exchange offers options trading through eSpeed. Users can trade options on futures contracts, specific futures contracts, or through options on futures.

Commissions
Atlantic Metal Exchange charges a flat commission rate per contract, which is $125. This commission rate applies to both electronic and voice trading.
Customer Service
Atlantic Metal Exchange offers customer service by phone, email, and live chat.



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Research Tools

ACME's online platform gives you real-time access to comprehensive market data and research tools. The portal features a customizable suite of charts and reports, including trading and price information, real-time and historical market data, breaking news, and industry articles.

The ACME Forex and Metals Market Data Reports include more than 250 data points, including daily and monthly price averages, volumes, and indices, as well as forecast indicators and ACME's proprietary Metal Price Outlook.

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ACME Market Commentary includes monthly market analysis reports, as well as newsletters and market briefs. The reports discuss current market trends, outlooks, and forecasts for metals and commodities.

ACME Market Fundamentals includes daily, weekly, and monthly analysis, as well as news and commentary on key aspects affecting prices.