Ctas

A Commodity trading advisor (CTA) is an individual or organization who is retained by a fund or individual client to provide advice and services related to trading in futures contracts, commodity options and/or swaps. They are responsible for the trading within managed futures accounts. The definition of CTA may also apply to investment advisors for hedge funds and private funds including mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in certain cases. CTAs are generally regulated by the United States federal government through registration with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and membership of the National Futures Association (NFA).
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  • Nine excellent examples of web form design

    … for checkout. For example, some may wonder why a phone number is required, and worry that it will be used for marketing purposes. Here, Reiss reassures customers that it will only contact them if there’s an issue around the order. Selfridges: clear CTAs Sites shouldn’t leave users in any doubt about where they need to click to complete or move…

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  • 6 Mobile Landing Page Best Practices to Supercharge Conversion Rates

    … Mobile users have very different goals than website users. Screen size, device type and context dramatically change what users want from your site. This is why the best practices that apply to desktop landing pages rarely apply to mobiles. If you want to create delightful, function and conversion-oriented mobile landing pages, here are six best…

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  • Using Your Website to Capture More Leads

    … this right off the bat as they’re going through the experience. Have you heard about our award winning agency? Take a fresh look at what Relevance can do to elevate your brand. Learn More Integrate Behavior-Based CTAs Most online businesses have a number of different Calls-to-Action (or CTAs) that they place on various pages of their website. While CTAs…

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  • 4 Blog Best Practices for Small Businesses 2016

    … is cluttering your sidebar with too much information. This overwhelms users and defeats the purpose. (Check out this example to get an idea of what “cluttered” looks like). You need a sidebar, but it needs to be simple and functional. That’s the moral of the story. If you don’t currently have one, 2016 is the year to make it happen. Long Form Content…

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