New rules benefit individual investors
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The Commodity Future Trading Commission has implemented new rule changes that will regulate how banks and mutual funds are allowed to participate in the futures markets.
The new rules work to level the playing field for individual investors, but support for trading and research could still play an essential factor in futures market trading.
"Our clients trust us to provide comprehensive research, news and data as well as handle the day-to-day requirements of managing their accounts with the Futures Clearing Merchant," said Michael Cox of Metis Resources. "Then they can do what they do best - and that's focus directly on their trades."
Investment opportunities lay across numerous industries. Chesapeake Energy Corporation recently announced three new deals for its oil and gas assets that would raise roughly $2.6 billion to help fund development and reduce debt, according to Bloomberg. The second largest producer of natural gas in the United States, Chesapeake Energy Corporation also agreed to sell to Morgan Stanley future production from wells in the Anadarko Basin Granite Wash, which spans part of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
Those who want to diversify their finances may want to look into online investment opportunities.
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