Clearing Firm

Dorman Trading is one of the oldest, family-operated Futures Commission Merchants (FCM) in the world. With decades of experience spanning three generations, Dorman Trading has provided the trading community with exceptional customer service and professional support.

Dorman Trading was founded by Bernard Dorman, a local grain trader since 1956 at the Chicago Board of Trade, and was built on the principle of personal service. Two generations of the Dorman family remain active in the daily operations and management of the firm.

Dorman Trading was initially established to service some of the most active “local” floor traders at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). Under the leadership of President and CEO Dennis Dorman, the firm has since evolved servicing clients online and around the world, clearing millions of trades each month. Despite Dorman’s expansion, thet have always retained their goal of making every trader at Dorman Trading feel like a “local” trader.

Dorman Trading was built by traders for traders. Experienced and knowledgeable support staff is essential for providing traders with the tools needed to succeed. In addition to providing over 50 years of experience in futures trading, Dorman provides traders with the most current technology and trading capabilities. Looking forward, Dorman plans to continue their expansion while never losing sight of individual traders.

Dorman Trading is a clearing member of the CME Group, and ICE.

Risk Disclosure: Trading futures involves the risk of loss. You should consider carefully whether futures are appropriate to your financial situation. Only risk capital should be used when trading futures. Investors could lose more than their initial investment. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. The risk of loss in trading futures can be substantial, carefully consider the inherent risks of such an investment in light of your financial condition. ©2017 Sierra Futures. All rights reserved.

*The lower the margin, especially Day Trading Margins, the higher the leverage and riskier the trade. Leverage can work for you as well as against you, it magnifies gains as well as losses.