Infinity Futures (ANY NEGATIVE COMMENTS?)

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Old Jun 29, 2009, 8:22pm   #1
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Infinity Futures (ANY NEGATIVE COMMENTS?)

Wondering if anyone has anything negative to say about Infinity futures... Or positive for that matter.
Am currently signing up to trade the Infinity AT platform - $2.30 commisions per side of ES, they clear through TransAct account which i know little about...

Was wondering if anyone used them or had anything to say?
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Old Jun 30, 2009, 11:27am   #2
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Are you in England?
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Old Jun 30, 2009, 12:06pm   #3
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Ive been using there sim account for the past few weeks;

great customer support, great platform.

But I have no experience of their live platform, not that I can see why it would be different.
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Old Jun 30, 2009, 12:18pm   #4
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Can you even use an american broker from the uk?
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Old Jun 30, 2009, 2:09pm   #5
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Can you even use an american broker from the uk?
Yeah ofcourse... Oh that reminds me, if you want to sign up with Infinity futures tell me and i can get us both reduced commisions through my customer service guy... ($2.20)

I've signed up. Infinity AT platform very very fast data (Seems better than my NinjaTrader Zen-fire feed) all seems very proffesional and customer service is excellent (email/phone/yahoo messenger) You have the same bloke delegated to you, so you talk to him rather than a fresh guy everytime.
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I had hope; however, i have been wounded 7 times during the war, and once before in this same lung; and i did not believe i was going to die.

God gave me a special gift, made me a fine instrument of warfare...If you was to put me and this here sniper rifle anywhere up to and including one mile of Adolf Hitler with a clear line of sight, sir... pack your bags, fellas, war's over.
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 1:18am   #6
 
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Wondering if anyone has anything negative to say about Infinity futures... Or positive for that matter.
Am currently signing up to trade the Infinity AT platform - $2.30 commisions per side of ES, they clear through TransAct account which i know little about...

Was wondering if anyone used them or had anything to say?
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 12:44pm   #7
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Yeah ofcourse... Oh that reminds me, if you want to sign up with Infinity futures tell me and i can get us both reduced commisions through my customer service guy... ($2.20)

I've signed up. Infinity AT platform very very fast data (Seems better than my NinjaTrader Zen-fire feed) all seems very proffesional and customer service is excellent (email/phone/yahoo messenger) You have the same bloke delegated to you, so you talk to him rather than a fresh guy everytime.
You're in the UK, then, Halo? Their site doesn't seem to give info about comms - what's the normal rate on e-mini YM, ES, etc, and how do you qualify for the reduced rate?
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 1:33pm   #8
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You're in the UK, then, Halo? Their site doesn't seem to give info about comms - what's the normal rate on e-mini YM, ES, etc, and how do you qualify for the reduced rate?
Yes, i'm in the UK.
To get information on commisions i guess just phone them or email them - I'm not sure what the usual rates are... Also i think you can reduce your rates through doing more contract round-turns, not too sure about them rates.

If someone wanted to sign up though tell me and i can get us both reduced rates to $2.20
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I had hope; however, i have been wounded 7 times during the war, and once before in this same lung; and i did not believe i was going to die.

God gave me a special gift, made me a fine instrument of warfare...If you was to put me and this here sniper rifle anywhere up to and including one mile of Adolf Hitler with a clear line of sight, sir... pack your bags, fellas, war's over.
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 2:32pm   #9
 
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Yes, i'm in the UK.
To get information on commisions i guess just phone them or email them - I'm not sure what the usual rates are... Also i think you can reduce your rates through doing more contract round-turns, not too sure about them rates.

If someone wanted to sign up though tell me and i can get us both reduced rates to $2.20
Try www.interactivebrokers.co.uk

They also have a thread on t2w....cheaper than Infinity
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Old Jul 1, 2009, 4:23pm   #10
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Try www.interactivebrokers.co.uk

They also have a thread on t2w....cheaper than Infinity
This was edited but lightning, i only speak the truth? Neil is plugging his own affiliate link. You just ignore and delete my comments instead of dealing with the facts


I have an account with them. There data feed is RUBBISH. They take snap-shots rather than live streaming data, they will tell you a 6 contract trade occured when really 6 different single contract trades occur.
I've found customer service to be unpersonalised and the people you chat to are random so its like starting afresh everytime....
There DOM is rubbish too
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I had hope; however, i have been wounded 7 times during the war, and once before in this same lung; and i did not believe i was going to die.

God gave me a special gift, made me a fine instrument of warfare...If you was to put me and this here sniper rifle anywhere up to and including one mile of Adolf Hitler with a clear line of sight, sir... pack your bags, fellas, war's over.

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