VIX: Futures For You by Carley Garner
PRICE DATA FEES FOR COMMODITIES
The ICE Exchange recently rolled out a new data fee policy; is there any way to mitigate the impact of the fee on the average retail trader?
The futures exchange previously known as the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) was bought out by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) in 2007. Products traded on the exchange include the softs (sugar, cocoa, coffee, orange juice), along with the Russell 2000 futures contract and the dollar index. There are other products listed on ICE, but speculators tend to steer clear due to a lack of liquidity. With that said, even the premier listings on ICE are traded rather thinly relative to other US-based futures markets...