North American Derivatives Exchange (Nadex)

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HedgeStreet® is the first Internet-based, government regulated market where traders can hedge against or speculate on economic events and price movements. HedgeStreet significantly expands the investment, risk-hedging, and profit-making opportunities available to traders at all levels: HedgeStreet's site www.hedgestreet.com enables members to trade small, inexpensive, easy-to-understand "event derivative" contracts in markets never before accessible to individual traders.

HedgeStreet offers its members new opportunities and strategies as well as more cost efficient and direct hedging mechanisms. Leveraging the Internet, a highly efficient trading platform, and expert financial instrument designers, HedgeStreet offers the variety of contracts necessary to empower private individuals to manage the particular risks they face. HedgeStreet's contracts span a range of markets, from commodities and currencies to economic indicators, employment, fuel, housing prices, inflation, and interest and mortgage rates. HedgeStreet members have access to a complete trading system including order entry, market depth, historical data services, cash accounting, and position reporting.

HedgeStreet is a secure, fully-transparent marketplace, subject to regulatory oversight by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). HedgeStreet, Inc., which owns and operates the HedgeStreet Exchange, is a privately held corporation based in San Mateo, California.

\HedgeStreet® is the first Internet-based, government regulated market where traders can hedge against or speculate on economic events and price movements. HedgeStreet significantly expands the investment, risk-hedging, and profit-making opportunities available to traders at all levels: HedgeStreet's site www.hedgestreet.com enables members to trade small, inexpensive, easy-to-understand "event derivative" contracts in markets never before accessible to individual traders.

HedgeStreet offers its members new profit opportunities and strategies as well as more cost efficient and direct hedging mechanisms. Leveraging the Internet, a highly efficient trading platform, and expert financial instrument designers, HedgeStreet offers the variety of contracts necessary to empower private individuals to manage the particular risks they face. HedgeStreet's contracts span a range of markets, from commodities and currencies to economic indicators, employment, fuel, housing prices, inflation, and interest and mortgage rates. HedgeStreet members have access to a complete trading system including order entry, market depth, historical data services, cash accounting, and position reporting.

HedgeStreet is a secure, fully-transparent marketplace, subject to regulatory oversight by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). HedgeStreet, Inc., which owns and operates the HedgeStreet Exchange, is a privately held corporation based in San Mateo, California.