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Security Futures: An Introduction to Their Uses and Risks


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"Security futures, which have been authorized by Congress, can be bought and sold for either price risk management or for speculative purposes. For many reasons, security futures may or may not be an appropriate trading vehicle for any given individual. Or they may be appropriate in some circumstances but not others."

Security Futures: An Introduction to Their Uses and Risks in PDF format (27 pages)

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