About Velocity Futures
Velocity is a global Futures Commission Merchant ("FCM") that provides active traders all over the world access to the electronic futures markets.
It is our belief that screen-based trading on the futures markets is the best opportunity for active traders making the transition from exclusively trading equities to trading futures.
Focus on the Individual Trader
The Focus at Velocity since day one has been the profitability of active high volume retail and proprietary futures traders. Velocity Management has had many years of experience serving the equity trading community as a leader in the electronic trading industry.
Velocity believes that one cannot invest enough into a stable trading platform. As a result of this philosophy, we have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars into Dell Servers and Cisco Network equipment. Each and every trader will get two logins on two different servers in the event of a catastrophic failure on your primary server. Velocity seeks to attempt to eliminate any single point of failure in your trading platform. Learn more about our Trading Infrastructure.
Professional & Retail Trading
Velocity believes that High Volume Traders need the absolute lowest commissions. As a result of this philosophy, we continually focus on making you more competitive by keeping our prices as low as possible through innovation. Learn more about our commissions.
Velocity Futures, LLC. is a registered United States Futures Commission Merchant
("FCM") with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC")
and is also a member of the National Futures Association ("NFA"). Velocity
Futures is also a member of the Intercontinental Exchange ("ICE") as a
participant and is a member of Eurex ("Eurex").
Due to the strict daily financial reporting requirements, substantial net capital requirements to hold customer funds on deposit and the vigorous audits performed by the NFA, your funds on deposit with a United States FCM are well protected. Our firm's latest NFA profile is listed on the NFA webite . In addition, you can read the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's interpretation letter regarding FCM's and the treatment of customer funds compared to SIPC for securities.