What is RSS?
RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is an easy way to immediately keep track of new content that is added to Web sites.
NFA provides updated RSS feeds of specific sections from NFA's website directly to your news reader.
How can I use RSS?
You can access RSS feeds by utilizing a news reader, also known as an aggregator. There are several different types of news readers. Web aggregators make the feeds viewable in a Web page. You can also use your email client, computer desktop or download standalone software to access RSS feeds. You can find links to different types of news readers by doing an internet search with the terms "rss reader" or "rss aggregator".
Steps to receive RSS feeds from NFA
1. First, select your preferred method of receiving RSS feeds. See How can I use RSS? above.
2. Click on the appropriate feed button below for which you would like to receive updated feeds. This will take you to the RSS page that contains the feed information.
3. Copy the Web address or URL of that page into your RSS or news reader.
4. Start using the feed to read the most recent updates to NFA's website.
RSS Feeds offered by NFA
NFA Manual - Recent Manual Updates
Notices to Members
Compliance Publications (Regulatory Guides)
CFTC Rule Submission Letters
SEC Rule Filings
Petitions for Rulemaking
Speeches and Testimony