NH FUTURESGuide to Mock Trading
About Mock Trading
Mock trading takes place in a virtual system which is very similar to the real market.
You can mock trade freely during a set period time with a set investment amount (virtual) by utilizing prices and fill data from the real market.
At NH Futures, you can mock trade domestic and overseas futures that are traded in the real market through NTS (NH Trading System).
- Qualification to Apply : Client who has an account for real trading at NH Futures
- Trading Period : 1 month – 2 months (Individuals can decide upon this)
- Investment Amount : KRW 100,000,000 to trade domestic futures / USD 100,000 to trade overseas futures
- How to Connect : Check “Test Market” under settings on NTS login screen (Password: 1230)
- 1 How to Participate in Mock Trading
You can apply for an ID on the mock trading participation application page. (Shortcut for Application)
- 2 Mock Trading Investment Principal
Investment Principal: KRW 10,000,000
- 3 How to Log In to Mock Trading
Download / Install NTS > Select “Test Market” under Settings > Input ID / Password > Connect to Mock Trading and start trading
- 4 Process of Mock Trading
- 1) Price data in mock trading utilizes the real-time price data from the real market, and a participant’s order does not influence price data of the real market
- 2) Trading Days: Same as the real domestic futures trading days (Business Days: Monday – Friday)
- 3) Trading Time: 09:00 – 15:45 (Last Trading Day: Same as that of the real domestic futures)
- 4) Commission: Same as that of the real domestic futures at NH Futures
- 5) Fill Process: In mock trading, reflected amount of the trading volume that was filled in the real market gets filled. Since a mock trading participant and the market are in one-to-one relationship, variation of the trading volume that got filled in the real market gets filled when an order is submitted in mock trading
Difference Between Mock Trading & Real Trading
Difference Between Mock Trading & Real Trading Fill Single Price
1. For a bid price higher than the real market price and
an offer price lower than the real market price, order will get filled within the range of the real trading volume.
2. For a bid price and an offer price that is same as that of the real market,
order will get filled within the range of the volume traded during the auction.
1. For a bid price or an offer price that is same as the present price,
variation of the volume traded at such quotation will get filled.
2. Even for a bid price higher than the present price or an offer price lower than the present price,
variation of the volume traded at the present price will get filled.
This is different from how a price with priority gets filled in the real market and changes the present price.