1. Do you purchase food for yourself and your family?
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Buried deep within Dodd-Frank are regulations that will increase the prices you pay for food. As Jeffrey Carter, former director of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Board of Directors explains:

"Remember, [Dodd-Frank regulation] affects the entire industry. Not only the banks, but grain producers like ADM, food producers like Kraft and Kellogg and anyone that uses a market to hedge or manage their risk or get product to fill their production channels."

This is not the only impact it will have on these companies. Carter says new administrative requirements will force large companies to spend tens of thousands of dollars every year documenting text messages and Facebook messages. "What's that verbiage going to cost you? The [Commodity Futures Trading Commission] estimates that it will be somewhere between $16,750 and $61,750 initially, and $12,600 annually...That means a farmer in a tractor who is talking to their broker monitoring the market all the way up the food chain to the hot shot trader on a trading desk."

Who is ultimately left paying for these new regulatory expenses? You, not Wall Street.
Did you know that those who do are affected by Dodd-Frank?

Buried deep within Dodd-Frank are regulations that will increase the prices you pay for food. As Jeffrey Carter, former director of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Board of Directors explains:

"Remember, [Dodd-Frank regulation] affects the entire industry. Not only the banks, but grain producers like ADM, food producers like Kraft and Kellogg and anyone that uses a market to hedge or manage their risk or get product to fill their production channels."

This is not the only impact it will have on these companies. Carter says new administrative requirements will force large companies to spend tens of thousands of dollars every year documenting text messages and Facebook messages. "What's that verbiage going to cost you? The [Commodity Futures Trading Commission] estimates that it will be somewhere between $16,750 and $61,750 initially, and $12,600 annually...That means a farmer in a tractor who is talking to their broker monitoring the market all the way up the food chain to the hot shot trader on a trading desk."

Who is ultimately left paying for these new regulatory expenses? You, not Wall Street.