"Beginning with agricultural futures contracts traded on the Chicago Board of Trade in 1865, the U.S. futures markets now list an everexpanding number of instruments, including metals, energy, financial instruments, foreign currencies, stock indexes, prediction markets and event futures."
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You can check the registration status and disciplinary history of any futures firm or individual.
You can file a complaint online. Be sure to include as much information as you can.
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