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SpreadTrader

Managing futures spreads has never been easier. Trader Workstation's SpreadTrader helps you quickly and easily manage futures spreads from a single screen.


SpreadTrader

SpreadTrader offers traders the following benefits:

  • Create and manage calendar spreads for futures, EFP futures spreads and option spreads for multiple underlyings from a single screen.
  • Simply click a Bid or Ask price to create a spread order.
  • Check the margin impact of any order before you place it with a click of a button.
  • Easily close or reverse positions.
  • Enjoy SpreadTrader's seamless integration with Trader Workstation, which gives you easy access to the Account Window and Configuration settings.
  • Add page tabs to manage spreads on multiple underlyings.
  • Spread prices update dynamically based on the price variations of each defined leg of the spread.

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