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Futures Trading in India
made Easy for NRIs, PIOs & OCIs.!
We offer Online Futures Trading or Derivative Trading Account for:
|NRIs - Non Resident Indians|
|PIOs - Person of India Origin|
|OCIs - Overseas Citizens of India|
|Domestic Resident Indians living in India|
How we Help?
We assist not only resident Indians but also Indians like: NRI, PIO & OCI living abroad to open a futures trading account in India. Futures is a derivative contract and Trading a future in India has been made easy through our online trading software. Please use the form on the right to ask any kind of query you have and our investment adviser will get back to you within 24-48 hours. Our software lets you do derivative trading in India.!
So what exactly is a Future?
A Future is nothing but a derivative contract like an option. Both options and futures are basically nothing but derivatives in India. To know the present and future of “Futures” we have to chiefly know what they are. True to its name, a future is a financial contract asserting the sale of stocks or physical commodities for future delivery. Alike ‘options’, a future contract tries to “bet” on what would be the price of a certain commodity in the future market. The future market is an ideal place for potential buyers and sellers to meet and enter into future contracts. Futures pricing can be either based on an open cry system or electronically matched bids and offers. As aforementioned, and as can be made out, this contract is one of speculation. Hence apart form future buyers and sellers; investment speculators also are an integral part of this mode of investment.
Options on future contracts limits losses while maintaining the possibility of yielding good profits. Please note that options on futures are parallel to that of insurance policies. The buyer pays a premium in return of the right to buy or sell, as the case may be, within a time period at a predetermined price known as strike or exercise price. Margin in the future contract implies the starting deposit made into an account for entering the futures market. The initial margin (starting margin) is the minimum amount required to enter the futures market while the maintenance margin is the lowest amount possible to be reached before replenishing the account. Upon liquidation of the contract, you would receive the principal amount plus or minus any gains or losses as the case may be. Hence the amount in the margin account changes as per the market. The futures exchange, usually at 5-10% of the futures contract, determines the minimum level margin.
However, we would like to mention here that the futures market is highly risky and not advisable to venture into it if you are a new investor. The initial margins are significantly smaller as contrasted with the contract’s cash value. Hence the futures positions are considered highly leveraged. The smaller the value of the margin in comparison to the cash value of the futures contract, the higher the leverage. However, the futures market is also a place for people to reduce risk as price is pre-set and therefore when making a purchase or selling it is less likely to be affected by various unpredictable circumstances.
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