How you can lessen business risks by trading in Refined Sugar Futures
A BOOKLET FOR JOBBERS WHO SELL SUGAR
Lamborn & Company SUGAR HEADQUARTERS 132 FRONT STREET · NEW YORK
Copyright, 1921 LAMBORN & COMPANY
About Sugar Buying
Jobbers who have had significant experience in exchange operations will find in this pamphlet a nontechnical and simplified description of actions with that they may not be in general unfamiliar.
We consider, on the other hand, that the inauguration of trading in refined sugar futures contract on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Inc., throws open a new land of opportunity.
We've tried to summarize briefly the chief advantages to be obtained by means of a jobber's use of the new market, assuming that those who have in the past dealt in raw sugar as a protection for their refined sugar needs will welcome ideas concerning the gains to be based on trading directly in refined sugar.