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World Wide Web:
NFA’s web site offers information regarding the Association’s history and organizational structure. NFA Members also will find the current issues of the Member newsletter and Activity Report, Notices to Members and rule interpretations. The investing public can order publications to help them understand the commodity futures industry as well as their rights and responsibilities as market participants. All visitors to NFA’s web site can ask questions, make comments and order publications via e-mail.
Anyone with access to the Internet is able to perform online background checks on the firms and individuals involved in the futures industry by using NFA’s Background Affiliation Status Information Center (BASIC). NFA, the CFTC and the U.S. futures exchanges have supplied BASIC with information on CFTC registration, NFA membership, futures-related disciplinary history and non-disciplinary activities such as CFTC reparations and NFA arbitration.
A Guide to Understanding Opportunities and Risks in Futures Trading has been prepared as a service to the investing public by:
National Futures Association
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Distributed through the Consumer Information Center in association with:
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Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results and the risk of loss does exist in futures trading.
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