Members of the FINRA are required to report their investment holdings. The idea behind this obligation is that a trader, a broker, or any broker, or any other member of the FINRA may use inside information seeking to satisfy personal interest at the expense of other investors.
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- How do I open an account?
- What documents are needed to Open a Trading Account?
- How long does it take to open an account with AMP Futures (USA)?
- How to open different account types at AMP Futures?
- What is the age requirement to open an AMP account?
- Can I open a joint account with my minor child?
- I am unemployed, can I still open an account?
- I recently filed bankruptcy can I open an account?
- Why would I need a compliance letter from my employer when I am trading my own funds?
- In case of my death, how would AMP handle my funds?