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Daniels Trading Chief Sales & Marketing Officer Ken Packard and Anthony Drager of Edge Trading Group come together on the one-year anniversary of the launch of Micro E-minis to discuss why Micro E-minis are a game changer for the industry.

Watch this discussion on the opportunities Micro E-minis offer to enhance trading and the differences between mini and micro contracts. During this webinar, you’ll learn more about what Micro E-minis are and the flexibility they offer into and out of trades. Learn more from these industry pros today!

In addition, here are just a few Micro E-mini highlights from the CME Group:

  • Single-day record volume of 3.9M contracts on Feb. 28, 2020
  • Individual Micro E-mini contracts: 106.5M+ in S&P 500 (MES), 78M+ in Nasdaq-100 (MNQ), 19.2M+ in Dow (MYM), 11.8M+ in Russell 2000 (M2K)
  • Average daily volume of 865K contracts across four indices with global participation (over 190K contracts traded during non-US hours)

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About Ken Packard


ken-packard-ds1Ken Packard first arrived on the grain floor of the Chicago Board of Trade in late 1995, and he has worked within the Daniels Trading infrastructure from the firm’s infancy. Starting in a support role and working his way through the ranks, Ken first began learning futures brokerage by assisting Andy Daniels and the firm’s other brokers. He became a broker in 1997, using the skills he meticulously learned in the DT office. He currently serves as the firm’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, having also held roles as a Sales Manager and VP of Sales. 

About Anthony Drager


anthony dragerAnthony Drager founded the Edge Trading Group in 2014, recreating a proprietary firm environment where traders use order flow and inter-market relationships to achieve their success. He began his career in 1991, as a clerk at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In 1999, he became a Chicago Board of Trade member and floor trader in the Dow Jones Futures pit. In 2000, Mr. Drager was hired at one of Chicago's larger proprietary firms, International Trading Group, where he traded European and US futures.