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Trade futures and options in an IRA without paying hefty custodian fees!

Opening a trading account to trade futures and options requires two separate applications; one for an account with the clearing firm and one for an account with the custodian. 

Click here to begin your trading account application, you will find the custodian application below.

You are free to choose any custodian that you see fit,  but we recommend Midland IRA because they offer very competitive custodian fees.  Complete both of the applications below and submit them, along with a picture ID, by scan and email, fax, or mail to:

Andrew Anger

Midland Trust

239-333-4820 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

1520 Royal Palm Sq Blvd #320 

Fort Myers, FL 33919


Midland IRA Application (Choose "Futures/FOREX" for investment type)

All futures and options custodians charge annual fees, but Midland is very competitive in regard to fees and service. Nevertheless, feel free to shop around. 

The applications aren't nearly as overwhelming as they seem, if you would like someone to walk you through the applications please give us a call at 1-866-790(TRADE) or 1-702-947-0701. 

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