Century Financial has had a long partnership with several principal companies offering products traded in various major exchanges in the world like Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), the Commodity Exchange (COMEX), the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), Clearport, the CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE) and Nasdaq Futures Exchange (NFX). Through their global partnerships, these companies are focused on delivering a wide range of financial services and ensuring that clients will have a positive and consistent customer experience.
The Principal Companies are uniquely able to match client service requirements to provide products and services catering to their trading needs.
Trading is offered in the following wide range of global exchange-traded and exchange-cleared products:
- Energy - Crude, Heating Oil and Natural Gas
- Agriculture Commodities - Grains and Oilseeds, Livestock and Meats
- Currencies Futures - Currency Spot, Forwards
- Soft Commodities - Coffee, Cocoa, Sugar and Orange Juice
- Financial Futures - Indices and Interest Rate
- Metals - Base and Precious Metals
In addition, we are continually expanding our services so be sure to check with your client representatives about additional markets or products you would like to trade.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What does ETP mean?
Exchange Traded Products (ETPs) are securities that track an underlying security, index, commodity or other financial instruments. An example can S&P 500 ETP, which tracks the S&P 500 index.
Do ETPs pay dividends?
ETPs may pay dividends. The size, frequency and distribution of dividends differ based on the strategy of the ETP and the underlying securities.
What are types of ETP's?
There are several types of ETPs you can trade. Some of the popular types of ETPs are Index ETPs, Gold ETPs, Large-cap companies ETPs, Bond ETPs and many more exist. You can trade ETP CFDs with Century Financial.