Rollovers schedule

  • The ICE FX investment system uses fixed rollover dates for all Managed Accounts and Indices.
  • The trading period of any account is a multiple of the trading month.
  • The length of the trading month varies dynamically in view of the convenience of carrying out the rollover on weekends and, as a consequence, binding the trading month to a whole number of trading weeks.
  • The length of the trading month is 4 or 5 trading weeks.
  • The length of the trading quarter is 13 trading weeks (always). Any trading quarter consists of 2 trading months length of 4 trading weeks and one trading month with a length of 5 trading weeks.
  • The length of the trading year is 52 trading weeks (always).

Schedule

2019
02
Feb
02
March
30
March
I quarter
04
May
01
June
29
June
II quarter
03
Aug
31
Aug
28
Sept
III quarter
02
Nov
30
Nov
04
Jan2020
IV quarter
2020
01
Feb
29
Feb
04
Apr
I quarter
02
May
06
June
04
June
II quarter
01
Aug
05
Sept
03
Oct
III quarter
31
Oct
05
Dec
02
Jan2021
IV quarter
2021
06
Feb
06
March
03
Apr
I quarter
01
May
05
June
03
July
II quarter
31
July
04
Sept
02
Oct
III quarter
06
Nov
04
Dec
01
Jan2022
IV quarter
2022
05
Feb
05
March
02
Apr
I quarter
30
Apr
04
June
02
July
II quarter
06
Aug
03
Sept
01
Oct
III quarter
05
Nov
03
Dec
31
Dec
IV quarter
2023
04
Feb
04
March
01
Apr
I quarter
06
May
03
June
01
July
II quarter
05
Aug
02
Sept
30
Sept
III quarter
04
Nov
02
Dec
06
Jan2024
IV quarter
Note!
  • Past performance does not guarantee future results. ICE FX cannot guarantee your future results and/or success.
  • ICE FX does not participate in managing the funds of clients that are investing in managed accounts.
  • If you do not fully understand the investment process or the degree of risk you are exposed to, please consult a third-party specialist for advice.
  • The minimum capital required for investment is $500, regardless of the size of the minimum capital required to invest in individual managed accounts.
  • ICE FX provides only managed account service for investors and managers. The company does not represent any of the parties to trust management.
  • Leveraged investing exposes an investor to higher risk and can lead to complete or partial loss of one's investment capital.
  • The minimum capital required by a manager to open a managed account is $1,000.