Currency Trading

Foreign exchange is a true, 24-hour market from the time trading opens in Australia on Sunday night (in the U.S.) and moves through Tokyo, London, New York and Chicago until the U.S. close on Friday afternoon. RCM covers all aspects of the currency futures and options on futures markets, including hedging strategies and managed account services.

 

Futures

RCM's Currency Desk provides clients with market commentary, electronic and floor execution, sourcing of market liquidity and risk management expertise. We assist speculators, hedgers and asset managers no matter the market environment. RCM understands that all traders are different and require specialized services to meet their goals. Owing to its independent introducing broker status, RCM has in place several clearing arrangements and top-of-the-line front-end platforms to help our customers achieve their risk management goals.

 

Options on Futures

RCM’s Currency Desk has deep knowledge of the option Greeks and can handle a range of complex strategies for customers. RCM works closely with many of the market makers both on the screen and on the trading floor to provide deep liquidity and tight bid/ask spreads whenever possible.

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RCM Futures
621 S Plymouth Ct, Fl 1
Chicago, IL 60605 


TEL 1-312-870-1500
EMAIL info@rcmassetmanagement.com

 

You should fully understand the risks associated with trading futures, options and retail off-exchange foreign currency transactions (“Forex”) before making any trades. Trading futures, options, and Forex involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. You should carefully consider whether trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances, knowledge, and financial resources. You may lose all or more than your initial investment. Opinions, market data, and recommendations are subject to change without notice. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) rules require delivery of a disclosure document at or prior to the time an advisory or subscription agreement is delivered. The disclosure document includes the principal risk factors and costs of participating in a particular CTA or CPO program including the potential impact of fees and expenses, the “break-even point” expressed both as a dollar amount and as a percentage return necessary to recover one’s initial investment, if applicable. The CFTC has not passed upon the merits of participating in any one particular investment or on the adequacy or accuracy of any one disclosure document. RCM Futures is a DBA of Reliance Capital Markets II, LLC.