Introduction: A futures contract is the obligation to buy or sell the stock at a predefined agreed price at a later date in the future. The trading is perfectly organized by the exchange where all the counterparty risk is mitigated. The agreements have normalized particulars like a market lot, expiry day, and price of unit value, tick size, and method for settlement. The clearinghouse works as the guarantor of trades which is also associated with the exchange. The futures contractsRead More
You can do derivatives trading in India through National stocks Exchange (the NSE), Bombay Stocks Exchange (the BSE) in stocks. Similarly, if your interest is to trade in commodities, MCX and NCDEX are there. The MCX stands for the Multi Commodity Exchange. While NCDEX stands for the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange. However, if you are willing to trade in currency, you can do it over NSE-SX, MCX-SX. If your interest is to trade in bonds again it’s also possibleRead More
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