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Commodity 2 - How Does Commodity Options Work?

How Does Commodity Options Work?

By | Commodity Trading, Futures and Options | One Comment

Did you know that it has been more than a decade since futures contracts were introduced in the commodity market? Yet, the commodity options trading was not permitted till now. The very long wait for the Commodity Options seems to…

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Commodity 1 - All you need to know about Commodity Options

All you need to know about Commodity Options

By | Commodity Trading, Futures and Options, Online Trading | One Comment

The countdown has begun! Ever since the welcome announcement from SEBI permitting options on online trading in commodities, stock market traders and hedgers across India have been keenly waiting for it to hit the market. Although online trading in options…

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Insights into Commodity Trading

Insights into Commodity Trading

By | Commodity Trading | 9 Comments

Commodities are the actual physical goods like corn, soybeans, gold, and crude oil. They are interchangeable with other goods and can be bought and sold physically as well in future market. They are tradable in the same way as financial futures with only one difference that this commodity can have physical settlement and asset quality is taken into consideration unlike financial futures..

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