Next video:
Loading the player...

Sharon Pendleton, director of compliance, National Futures Association (NFA), discusses some of the new rules that now govern forex brokers or dealers.

  1. No results found.
Related Articles
  1. Investing

    The National Futures Association As Market Watchdog

    As the overseer of the commodities and futures industry, the NFA helps to protect investors from fraudulent futures activities.
  2. Trading

    5 Tips For Selecting A Forex Broker

    Discover the best ways to find a broker who will help you succeed in the forex market.
  3. Personal Finance

    Get A Job In Compliance

    If you're a stickler for rules, this could be a promising career path for you.
  4. Personal Finance

    Compliance Officer: Job Description and Average Salary

    Learn what being a compliance officer entails, including job description, required education and training, skills and national average salary.
  5. Personal Finance

    Compliance Officer: Career Path & Qualifications

    Read about what it takes to become a compliance officer, why the field is so diverse and why the government might be the best place to look for a job.
  6. Personal Finance

    Common Interview Questions for Compliance Officers

    Prepare to ace your compliance officer interview. Learn how to answer some commonly asked interview questions and what you need to know to come out ahead.
  7. Trading

    How Forex Brokers Make Money

    Forex brokers set their prices based on commission, spread, or a combination of both. Traders have to be cautious in the thinly regulated forex market.
  8. Investing

    What Does a Dealer Do?

    Dealers possess certain qualities that distinguish them from brokers and traders.
  9. Trading

    Getting Started In Forex

    Before entering this market, you should define what you need from your broker and from your strategy.
  10. Trading

    Is Your Forex Broker A Scam?

    While the forex market is slowly becoming more regulated, there are many unscrupulous brokers who should not be in business.
Hot Definitions
  1. Cover Letter

    A written document submitted with a job application explaining the applicant's credentials and interest in the open position. ...
  2. 403(b) Plan

    A retirement plan for certain employees of public schools, tax-exempt organizations and certain ministers. Generally, retirement ...
  3. Master Of Business Administration - MBA

    A graduate degree achieved at a university or college that provides theoretical and practical training to help graduates ...
  4. Liquidity Event

    An event that allows initial investors in a company to cash out some or all of their ownership shares and is considered an ...
  5. Job Market

    A market in which employers search for employees and employees search for jobs. The job market is not a physical place as ...
  6. Yuppie

    Yuppie is a slang term denoting the market segment of young urban professionals. A yuppie is often characterized by youth, ...
Trading Center