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Keeping the Montana Farm Profitable in 2020 – Market Outlook & Educational Webinar by Member Benefits Partner INTL FCStone

Keeping the Montana Farm Profitable in 2020 – Market Outlook & Educational Webinar by Member Benefits Partner INTL FCStone

Join our Member Benefits partner, INTL FCStone, on May 7th for a free Market Outlook + Educational Webinar exclusively for Montana Farm Bureau Federation Members.

Hear from our market experts, learn about risk management tools and start thinking more strategically about crop marketing as planting season begins.

Here’s the details & line up:

Keeping the Montana Farm Profitable in 2020 – Market Outlook & Educational Webinar Thursday, May 7th 

10:00am-11:00pm MDT

Market Outlook - Macro, Wheat, Cattle
Matt Snell, Senior Risk Manager, INTL FCStone Financial Inc., FCM Division

Education - How Can I Be Proactive in My Marketing?
Rich Jelinek, Vice President, Global Education, INTL FCStone Financial Inc., FCM Division

Cash Markets- Price, Quality and Acreage Discovery on Both Sides of the Border 
Jason Labossiere, Senior Risk Management Consultant, INTL FCStone Financial (Canada) Inc.
Meaghan Bell, Risk Management Consultant, INTL FCStone Financial (Canada) Inc.

Member Benefit Discounts on Risk Management Tools for MFBF

Matt Snell, Senior Risk Manager, INTL FCStone Financial Inc., FCM Division

Register with your membership ID (Membership Number) and zip code here.

More information on the benefits program:  FB.org/FCStone 

INTL FCStone Inc. provides financial services worldwide through its subsidiaries in accordance with applicable law in the jurisdictions where services are provided. All references to and discussion of OTC products or swaps are made solely on behalf of INTL FCStone Markets, LLC (“IFM”), a member of the National Futures Association (“NFA”)  and provisionally registered with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) as a swap dealer. All references to exchange-traded futures and options are made solely on behalf of the FCM Division of INTL FCStone Financial Inc., a member of the NFA and registered with the CFTC as a futures commission merchant and commodity trading advisor.

The trading of derivatives such as futures, options, and over-the-counter (OTC) products or “swaps” may not be suitable for all investors. Derivatives trading involves substantial risk of loss, and you should fully understand those risks prior to trading.



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