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How To Roll Over Futures Contract – Today is the Day!

Just a reminder to adjust your charts because today is the rollover date for US Equity Index Futures. This applies to all E-Mini S&P traders, regardless of trading platform.

John Paul has created the following How-To Contract Roll Over Video for NinjaTrader Users
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Here is the official guide for NinjaTrader 7:
http://www.ninjatrader.com/support/helpGuides/nt7/index.html?rolling_over_a_futures_contrac.htm

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    Mar 17, 2011 @ 13:33:50

    […] 2. Know when to roll over to a new contract in your day trading software. While this example mainly applies to CME traders (E-Mini S&P and related markets), other currencies commodities and even stocks adhere to some type of annual calendar. An early roll over ensures that you’re not left behind trading a market that is barely moving (low volatility). For the CME’s financials, currencies and indices, contracts are rolled over on the second Thursday of the following months: March, June, September and December. Most day trading software such as NinjaTrader, TradeStation and eSignal will automatically warn you of impending rollovers (or on the day of contract expiration). If you are suspicious that a market is performing under par, you can check its volume using a plain old volume indicator. If you compare the volume between two contracts, you can easily see what everyone is trading. Why is it important to roll over your contracts? Traders should trade the contract with the highest volume and liquidity. An excellent video on this subject is available at the Day Trade to Win blog […]

  4. j
    Mar 16, 2011 @ 10:49:21

    is this rollover only for futures contact or also for currencies? i actually day trade the euro and emini only but thinking of trying the currencies too…

  5. abctrader
    Mar 16, 2011 @ 10:48:31

    when is the next time we have to rollover?

  6. michael friedman
    Mar 16, 2011 @ 10:42:47

    hi john paul, i was in your atlas line webinar for clients today and realized that we have swtiched over to the new contract. you told me to visit the blog for more info and now i see this so thanks!!

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