Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation
IFM's Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation uses a clear and practical approach to explain the application of derivatives regulations.
Now in its fifth edition, Futures and Options has been updated and expanded, and also includes a new chapter on swaps. This preeminent text and reference book continues to be a "must read" for new participants in the futures industry, market regulators and other stakeholders who need to build market knowledge and learn the important aspects of the industry. It serves as a valuable educational resource for the aspiring professional — whether from the buy or sell-side — and as a basic component in any personal finance library.
Futures and Options is developed by market practitioners and illustrates both theory and real-world application. The 198-page book will enable the reader to achieve a solid understanding of derivatives products and the markets on which they trade. It covers all the relevant aspects of futures, options on futures and swaps, and the underlying cash markets for both physical commodities and financial instruments. Unique features include:
Futures and Options also is an essential study component for candidates preparing for the NFA Series 3 Exam and covers all of the subject areas of the Market Knowledge of the section proficiency exam. This book, along with its companion text, Guide to U.S. Futures Regulation, are used by firms and industry regulators to help professionals meet the standards set forth in The Commodity Exchange Act.
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Futures and Options: ISBN: 978-0-578-88451-6