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What is a Commodity Pool Operator (CPO)?

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Commodity Pool Operator (CPO)

Many investors don't even know that these structures exist, and for what purposes they serve. Like the Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA), a Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) serves a valuable purpose in the world of investing and managed accounts.

A Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) is an individual or organization that operates a commodity pool and solicits clients and funds for that commodity pool.

Commodity Pool Operators (CPO) are structures that are used for pooling the assets of individuals or institutions, for the purpose of trading commodity futures, options on futures, retail off-exchange forex or swaps.

The difference between the Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) is that the Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) is pooling money and trading on behalf of the pool, whereas the Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) is offering advice and trading on behalf on individual client accounts.

Why would a client choose to...

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What is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA)?

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Most traders and investors don't know what Commodity Trader Advisors (CTA) are, or how valuable they can be when figuring out how to trade or invest in different markets.

In this blog article you will not only learn what Commodity Trading Advisors (CTA) are, but you will understand why some of the richest and most powerful clients and institutions use them to add to their portfolios.

Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA)

A Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) is an individual or firm that for compensation or profit, advises others on trading or investing in commodity futures, options on futures or retail off-exchange forex contracts and swaps.

Commodity Trading Advisors (CTA) can authorize discretion to trade on behalf of clients or businesses. These are known as Managed Futures accounts or Alternative Investments.

All Commodity Trading Advisors (CTA) must pass the Series 3 examination and be a member of the National Futures Association (NFA), and register with the ...

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Choosing a Broker/Dealer is MORE Important Than You Think!

In the ever changing landscape of investing, trading, money management and advisory services, choosing a Broker/Dealer is more important than you think! People don't realize how much power they have as investors or traders when they bring capital to the table. Investing, trading and money management is a big business with big players all biting to get your capital in the door and keep you there forever. They're all offering you products and services, some better than others, and some you should always stay away from! In this blog article I'm going to show you a bunch of different options that you have and why it's so important to be educated before you make a decision.

What is a Broker/Dealer?

Let's first talk about what a Broker/Dealer actually is. In the world of finance and banking, when you want to invest your money in different products or services, you're going to need a broker/dealer to service you and provide that pathway. This is synonymous across different industries....

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Trading Options is the Most Powerful High Level Skill You Should Learn

The year is 2022 and volatility is all around us. An environment where option traders thrive! If you're an investor, trader or you care at all about your financial literacy or financial situation, you should be trading options. Trading options has the power to transform your life and give you the financial freedom you deserve. In this blog article I'm going to talk about why trading options is the most powerful high level skill you should be learning today.

Options Are All Around Us

Wether you realize it or not, options are all around us. From the real estate and houses we live in, to the food on our tables, to the financial markets we use to conduct business, there are options on every asset class in the world.

It doesn't matter who you are or what your background is, options are highly liquid leveraged instruments that are easily accessible to anyone who wants to use them.

Of course you need to educate yourself before you start trading them. Just like anything else they require...

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