Jon Najarian of CNBC's Halftime Report and Carley Garner an experienced commodity broker talk Micro E-mini futures

Jon Najarian, host of CNBC's Halftime Report, and futures broker Carley Garner will anchor a panel at the MoneyShow Las Vegas discussing the CME's new Micro E-mini stock index futures.

It is free to attend the MoneyShow Las Vegas, and this event. Click here to register.

When: Tuesday, May 14th 9:30 am to 10:00

Topic: Something Big is Coming to Equities Trading: Micro E-mini stock index futures with Jon Najarian and Carley Garner

CME Director of Education, Dave Lerman, will host a panel with trading experts Jon Najarian (Dr. J) and Carley Garner to discuss several key topics for active traders and position traders, including CME's Micro E-mini Equity products, launching in May. If you're interested in discovering the benefits of futures, for a fraction of the up-front financial commitment, this panel is for you.


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