"Think- Read- Learn- Invest in Derivatives"
The term derivative indicates an advanced form of trading where its price is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets. A majority of the common underlying assets include stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies, market indices, and interest rates. Futures contracts, options and swaps, and forward contracts are the most common types of derivatives.
Derivative is defined as a contractual agreement between two different parties, where the worth of the commodity or the services offered, will be given to you by the other person. This way, the risk involved in investment gets minimized and is transferred to both the parties. Hence, derivatives are generally used to hedge risk.
Derivatives are a good source to build wealth, however, we need to be prudent while using this form of financial investment. As an investor, you are allowed to control a large percentage of the derivative that means as and when the value of the company increases, your investment value is multiplied exponentially.Investment in Derivatives come with a high warning “Only Invest with risk capital.” The risk associated with Investment in derivatives is that if the market goes flat,
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NSE and BSE:Cash, F&O; and Currency futures
NCDEX, MCX and NMCE:Commodities