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contract diversity which is the envy of every futures exchange the world over. . . . But it is the Merc s future that attracts me most. The world is changing and with this change comes enormous opportunity. We must not and will not fail to seize the moment. And, in fact, the Merc did seize the moment. While we could have sulked and licked our wounds, we instead took a losing situation and turned it into a big winner. We reached into the deep resources of Merc courage and innovation and produced an idea that so far has stolen the show from the Board of Trade. Not only did we in just three months put together the necessary technology to launch a new electronic product my hat is off to Don Serpico and our MIS Department. Not only did we launch a public relations campaign that has won us rave revues my hat is off to Marshall Stein and Ellen Reznick, from staff, and the Merc Marketing Department. We put the new contract on a 24-hour window, attracted a universe of retail users that never before dealt in futures, provided a market for many of our members who otherwise had trouble participating in equity futures, provided another avenue of potential income for our brokers, and stole the thunder from the CBOT. Sure, ultimately the Dow will be a successful contract, but so far it must have been a big disappointment, much more so if you consider what the CBOT paid for it plus the cost of marketing. No doubt it put the CBOT in hock for years and years to come. And lo and behold, the unexpected and even unthinkable has happened . . . there are days that our E-Mini volume beats the Dow. And this is long before we have reached the Internet, and long, long before we have achieved our full potential with retail users worldwide. And all the while, the E-Mini has taken no business from our main S&P contract, in fact you can make the case that it adds to it. And while I am on this subject, allow me to do this risky thing, there were many who put their shoulder to wheel of this success, but there were those whose names I want to give mention Bill Shepard and Barry Lind. They stood tall at my side throughout the dif cult process. The E-Mini is an example of what I meant when I stated that the Merc is best when challenged. But, of course it doesn t end there. The E-Mini is just one step in the right direction. But it counts because success is the culmination of a series of steps. And one success begets another. The Merc was not built in one day, nor on one successful contract. It took several decades and many contracts. And the turnaround in our fortunes will also occur over time and within a menu of many steps we have already taken and those we have yet to take. Of course, instead of joining hands and moving forward step by step, we can turn our back to the reality of today s dif cult demands. We can bicker amongst ourselves, spend valuable time on the inconsequential,
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