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Commodity pool

An enterprise in which several individuals contribute funds in Order to trade Futures or Futures options collectively. Commodity pools are analogous to mutual funds in that many investors Pool their assets to gain the power to make trades that they could not make individually. Additional benefits include bypassing Margin requirements and limiting Risk to the amount invested in the pool.

Related Terms: 18 Asset, Benefit, Commodity pool, CLU, Futures, Futures option, Fund, Heir, Inc., ITS, Margin, Mutual fund, Order, Option, Owe, Pool, Risk, Trade
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