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History of the Grain Futures Trading: Administration of the Grain Futures Trading Act established by the Secretary of Agriculture, August 21, 1921, to execute departmental responsibilities under the Grain Futures Trading Act (42 Stat. 187), August 24, 1921. Terminated August 1922, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision of May 15, 1922, declaring the law unconstitutional.
Trading the CBOT Corn Market using a corn trading system is probably the lowest risk method to trade most any futures market, including Forex Futures, Stocks, Commodities or other grain markets for that matter.
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Grain Futures Administration (Department of Agriculture) and independent Grain Futures Commission established by the Grain Futures Act (42 Stat. 998), September 21, 1922. Grain Futures Administration reported grain futures transactions and investigated dissemination of misleading information likely to affect grain prices. Grain Futures Commission regulated the grain futures exchanges.
Grain Futures Administration superseded by the Commodity Exchange Administration, effective July 1, 1936, by order of the Secretary of Agriculture. Commodity Exchange Administration became the Commodity Exchange Branch of the newly established Agricultural Marketing Administration under provisions of EO 9069, February 23, 1942
Below is a list of the different commodity exchanges trading in Grains and Oil Seeds
- Mid-America Exchange
- Minneapolis Grain Exchange
- New York Cotton Exchange
- New York Mercantile Exchange
- New York Stock Exchange
- Philadelphia Stock Exchange
- American Stock Exchange
- Chicago Board of Trade
- Chicago Mercantile
- Chicago Board Options Exchange
- Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange
- Kansas City Board of Trade