Trade Equity Index Futures with Plus500

Trade Futures on the S&P 500, Nasdaq, Russell, and more. Equity index trading with Futures allows you to access price movements on some of the world’s most important indices.
Symbol Futures Contract Day Margin
EMDH4 E-mini S&P MidCap 400 $500 Trade
MESH4 Micro E-mini S&P 500 $50 Trade
ESH4 E-mini S&P 500 $500 Trade
NQH4 E-mini Nasdaq-100 $1,000 Trade
YMH4 E-mini Dow Jones $500 Trade
MYMH4 Micro E-mini Dow Jones $50 Trade
NKDH4 Nikkei $1,705 Trade
MNQH4 Micro E-mini Nasdaq-100 $100 Trade
M2KH4 Micro E-mini Russell 2000 $50 Trade
RTYH4 E-mini Russell 2000 $500 Trade
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Trade on the Price Movements of the World's Most Famous Stock Indices

Investing in Equity Index Futures is a way to gain access to price movements on an underlying Index, and to be able to buy and sell the underlying financial instrument at a fixed price on a future date. By trading Equity Index Futures, which are based on global benchmark Indices such as the Nasdaq, S&P, and Russell 2000, you may have the opportunity to potentially benefit from price movements of multiple equities without trading them one-by-one.
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With over four decades of experience in the field, our firm is a full member of the CME Group and the National Futures Association.

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We follow regulatory requirements to the letter, keeping your data safe and your funds in segregated accounts.

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Plus500 Ltd is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market for Listed Companies & included in the FTSE 250.

Trading Index Futures FAQs

Equity Index Futures are contracts derived from an index such as the Nasdaq or S&P 500 and exchanged between a buyer and a seller at a predetermined price and date.

Equity Indices include a wide variety of markets like the Nasdaq, S&P 500, and Russell, among many more.