The original question was: DO YOU KNOW WITH WICH BROKER I CAN TRADE VIX FUTURES (APART INTERACTIVE ) THANKS

If you’re not keen on Interactive Brokers, there are a plethora of futures brokers that offer access to VIX futures. However, I wouldn’t discount IBKR, they have a good reputation, low fees and provide access to a wide variety of markets. You can read our interview with Thomas Peterffy, the CEO & founder here.

Firstly, you will need a futures broker, you can either visit our page on Futures Brokers or take a look at any of the below futures brokers:

You can compare the best futures brokers here

Alternatives to VIX futures:

Trading futures is generally only for professional or experienced traders. As such minimum deposits for futures brokers tend to be around £10,000 or higher. You will also have to pay commission on a per trader basis. Futures commission are generally volume-based, so the more you trade the lower they are.

However, with futures trading, you will be using a DMA broker who should provide direct access to the exchange order book, in this case, the CBOE. Which means you can work bid/offers, and get inside the price.

If you are looking for a broker that offers access to the VIX market but with slightly smaller trade sizes you can go with a spread betting or CFD broker like:

Further reading: Our comparison table of VIX brokers and guide to VIX trading

 

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