Our Professional Staff has over 200 years of combined experience in the futures brokerage business to draw upon. Although our brokers are authorized to trade all commodities, we specialize in corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle and hog futures as well as ag commodity options.
Roach Ag. Marketing clears through FCStone LLC. FCStone, has commodities roots dating back to 1924 and is a registered FCM with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, a member of the National Futures Association, and is a clearing member on all major U.S. futures exchanges.
EDUCATION – We conduct in-house and public educational seminars on agricultural management and marketing.
The Truth About Futures And Options Commodity trading is a fast-moving business that involves investment risk and leverage. Both the profit potential and risk incurred are substantially larger than the capital required to hold a future contract. Futures operate on margin, requiring traders to post security deposits and fund market losses as they occur. When trading futures, it is possible to lose more than your initial investment. We at Roach Ag. feel it is very important for the potential commodity trader to understand the risks involved and how our industry is regulated.
If you would like more information about trading commodities, please select the CFTC or NFA link we’ve provided. You can use the NFA link to check background information on any licensed commodity broker or brokerage firm.
Roach Ag. has eight locations strategically located in America’s prime grain and livestock producing areas.