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Passes exam

Passes exam

Posted: Tuesday, June 9, 2009 8:01 pm

Justin Newman, who works in Hickman, Ky., as a Cargill AgHorizons farm marketer, has recently passed the Series 3 exam to fulfill his commodity-trading advisor (CTA) licensing requirements with Cargill AgHorizons Marketing Services, or CAMS.
With a CTA license, Newman can assist CAMS personal marketing managers to offer a broader range of grain marketing advisory services to area producers.
“CTA licensure is a rigorous process that requires a major investment of an individual’s time, energy and perseverance,” said Pete Rohde, personal marketing manager for CAMS’ Sioux Falls office. “But the benefits are clear in providing a thorough education about the complex, dynamic world of commodity futures trading. Justin’s CTA license enhances him overall ability in helping his farmer customers prosper in their farm businesses.”
CAMS is a consultative service designed to help producers plan and execute custom-tailored, grain-marketing programs to satisfy specific market information needs, taking into account each producer’s risk-tolerance levels and farm business priorities
Newman is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as an associated person of CAMS, and he is a member of the National Futures Association.
Published in The Messenger 6.9.09


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