S&P Futures

As on Saturday, 28 May 2022 02:55 AM, US Time
Last Trade on 28 May 16:59 PM, Market Close
4,169.40 +111.60 +2.75%
4,169.80 4,043.40 4,057.80

S&P Futures Intraday Live Chart

S&P Futures Historical Chart

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S&P Futures
Signal - Support & Resistance

R1 4,137.27 S1 4,010.87 5 Min Strong Buy
R2 4,184.20 S2 3,931.40 1 Hour Strong Buy
R3 4,263.67 S3 3,884.47 1 Day Strong Buy

S&P Futures
Period - High, Low & Average

Period High
Change from Last
Low
Change from Last
Average
Change from Last
5 Days 4,169.40
+0.00
3,950.80
+218.60
4,022.08
+147.32
1 Month 4,292.70
-123.30
3,901.20
+268.20
4,050.32
+119.08
3 Month 4,627.20
-457.80
3,901.20
+268.20
4,282.31
-112.91
6 Month 4,794.70
-625.30
3,901.20
+268.20
4,427.08
-257.68
1 Year 4,794.70
-625.30
3,901.20
+268.20
4,428.76
-259.36

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S&P FUTURES LIVE : FAQ

Q >> What are S&P Futures?

A >> S&P 500 Futures refers to the electronically traded futures contracts on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) that are underlying based on S&P 500 Index.
The S&P 500 Index is the best known of the many indices owned and maintained by Standard & Poor’s.

Q >> What is S&P 500 index?

A >> S&P 500 refers not only to the index but also to the 500 companies that have their common stocks included in the index itself.
The stocks included in the S&P 500 are those of large publicly held companies that trade on either of the two largest American stock market companies i.e. the NYSE and the NASDAQ.
Companies within the S&P 500 index include such notable leaders as Apple, Microsoft, Exxon, Procter & Gamble, General Electric, Bank of America and other business giants.

Q >> What are S&P Futures trading hours?

A >> Trading of the S&P Futures starts on Sunday at 5:00pm (CST) and closes on Friday at 3:15pm (CST).
S&P futures are traded almost 24 hours during weekdays.
However there is short break every day between 3:15pm (CST) and 3:30pm (CST).
Trade is broken into two sessions, the Day session and the After-hours session:

1. Day session trading starts at 8:30am (CST) and closes at 3:15pm (CST).
2. After-hours trading starts at 3:30pm (CST) and continues until the open of the next Day session.

Q >> Why are there different type of S&P Futures contract

A >> There are many contracts of S&P Futures that represent a portion of the normal futures contracts
For example, the E-mini S&P 500 Futures contract is one-fifth the size of the standard S&P Futures contract.

Q >> What Are Micro Emini S&P Futures?

A >> The Micro Emini S&P futures contract is the same as the ‘regular’ S&P 500 Emini contract but it is 1/10th the size.
Each 1 point move in the S&P 500 index is worth US$5 per Micro Emini contract, compared to US$50 for the Emini (ES).
The margin to trade a Micro Emini S&P contract is also 1/10th the size.

Q >> Why should I trade S&P Futures?

A >> Emini S&P futures are the perfect day trading vehicle.
They have a number of advantages for both day traders and longer term traders:
Equally easy to go Long or Short: You either buy or sell the current Emini contract and there is no up-tick rule.
If you traded the SPY ETF you would have to buy or sell different ETFs (Long: SPY or leveraged SSO; Short: SH or leveraged SDS).
24-Hour trading makes the Emini attractive to traders around the world. Overnight moves in related equity markets, like the DAX or FTSE, can be played with the one trading vehicle.

Q >> What are other names used for S&P Futures?

A >> Some of the names / alias are used for S&P Future are

S&P Futures

S&P 500 Futures

S&P E-mini Futures

E-mini S&P Futures

Standard & Poor Futures

E-mini S&P

Micro E-mini Future

Micro E-mini S&P Futures

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