Home
Search results “Exchange of futures for physical”
Exchange future for physical EFP or against actual AA
 
08:20
Capital Markets & Derivative Training video: Exchange Futures for Physical or Against Actual - Introduction
Views: 5067 CMDTtraining
FX-EFP
 
04:13
Take a look at FX exchange for physical (EFP) transactions, including examples of immediately offsetting EFPs. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cmegroup Learn more: https://institute.cmegroup.com/ CME Group: http://www.cmegroup.com/ Follow us: Twitter: http://twitter.com/CMEGroup Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CMEGroup Topic: efp, exchange for physical, expit, otc, forex
Views: 456 CME Group
Physical Delivery vs. Cash Settlement of Commodity Futures Contracts 🌾
 
08:08
Taking Delivery of Commodities via the Futures Market http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/dealing-handbook.php PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! Physical Delivery vs. Cash Settlement of Commodity Futures Contracts. Taking delivery of commodities when you've traded them on a futures exchange. Do commodity futures actually get delivered? And could I take delivery on my futures contract? When you buy a futures contract, many of them when they expire, you are expected to take delivery of those futures (markets you've traded the futures on). So if you've bought a futures contract in soybeans you may well be expected to take delivery of those soybeans. After all that's what a futures contract is - it is the right to buy a certain amount of that commodity at a certain price at some point in the future. And the counterparty of your trade has to delivery that commodity at that price at a specified time in the future (which date both the buyer and seller have ultimately agreed). Most speculators don't want delivery of the futures contract so we close the futures contract before it expires and many broker accounts will automatically do that for us unless we actually notify them otherwise. A hedger can either be a producer or consumer - if you're a producer you want to lock the price that you will get when you sell what you've produced.
Views: 2060 UKspreadbetting
Hedging, reference prices and physical delivery at the London Metal Exchange (LME)
 
05:51
This film explains the main 3 services of the London Metal Exchange: hedging, pricing and the physical delivery of material. It is an excerpt from the LME's educational corporate DVD. Learn more about the London Metal Exchange at http://www.lme.com
Views: 23428 London Metal Exchange
What is Physical Delivery Settlement in Futures and Options?
 
30:04
Hello Friends, Recently Sebi has decided to implement physical delivery settlement in derivative segment in phased manner. In this video, i have tried to explain the whole concept of Physical delivery settlement. #physicaldeliverysettlement Disclaimer: Stocks, future and Options,Currency derivatives,Commodities and binary options trading discussed on this website can be considered High-Risk Trading Operations and trading in them can be very risky and may result in significant losses or even in a total loss of all capital on your account. You should not risk more than you afford to lose. Before deciding to trade, you need to ensure that you understand the risks involved taking into account your investment objectives and level of experience.You should consult to your financial advisor before taking any trade. Information on this website is provided strictly for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as a trading recommendation service. Mann Singh shall not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Please subscribe my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/mannsingh1980 Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/mauryamannsingh Like my page on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/enhancemyknowledge/ My blog: http://www.enhancemyknowledge.com/ Thanks for watching
Views: 4156 Mann Singh
Futures Market Explained
 
04:27
Farmers use various tools to control the many risks in agriculture. Watching the weather influences when they plant or harvest. Buying crop insurance and selecting farm bill safety net programs helps protect them from crop devastation. But they can also manage some of the threat posed by volatile market prices by participating in the futures market. Farmers can get a feel for how that works if they play Commodity Classic, an online teaching tool that uses fictitious bushels of grain in a fake futures market. But here at Harvest Public Media, we wanted to better understand how the futures market helps both producers and users of a major commodity, such as corn. And how the benefits trickle down to regular food consumers. Here’s what we learned.
Views: 219294 Harvest Public Media
London Metal Exchange | Inside Europe's last physical trading floor
 
03:46
The London Metal Exchange (LME) is the world centre for the trade of industrial metals. Last year, $10.3 trillion worth of metals were exchanged at the LME. It is the last physical trading floor in Europe. Inside the Ring is like a theatre performance with its own actors, rules and language.
Views: 31222 Londonist Ltd
Word of the Day: Futures Exchange
 
03:41
Watch more @ http://www.youtube.com/CapitalAccount http://twitter.com/laurenlyster http://twitter.com/coveringdelta A futures exchange is a central financial exchange where people can trade futures contracts and other derivatives, which are financial instruments whose values are derived from the price movement of the underlying asset (stocks, commodities, etc.). Futures exchanges have been around for millennia, with one of the earliest known futures markets having developed in pre-socratic Greece as far back as 600 B.C -- or thereabouts -- by Thales of Miletus, who developed the brilliant idea of securing the future use of olive presses in Miletus prior to the olive harvest for a fixed price, with the expectation that a bountiful harvest would boost demand for these presses, allowing him to sell back his options contracts to other Greeks at a higher price. Legend has it that he eventually bought all the presses with the proceeds from his financial wizardry, just to show his fellow Milesians how smart he was. In more recent times, we saw the rise of futures markets here in the United States, specifically in Chicago, where proximity to farmland and agribusiness made it a logical choice. Although markets for hedging against fluctuations in price caused by unforeseeable gluts or shortages in crop yields already existed, these markets where highly illiquid, nontransparent, and contracts were often not honored by counterparts (hmmm sounds kinda familiar). Therefore, one of the reasons for running such transactions through a regulated exchange is to clear the trades and provide a central counterparty that will extend a guarantee that the trade will be settled as originally intended. Eventually, the Chicago Board of Trade was created in 1848 to help buyers and sellers of these derivatives hedge their positions on a regulated exchange. It was later bought out by the CME, whose Chairman Terrence Duffy, our audience should know all too well...Of course, the recent experience of MF Global's customer's with segregated trading accounts has thrown the entire premise of having such regulated markets into question, since one of the major points of paying the premium to run transactions through an exchange is in order to mitigate, if not eliminate, counterparty risk.
Views: 4192 RT America
LIFFE - London International Financial Futures Exchange
 
38:15
An old video from the LIFFE exchange. Lots of old faces on there.
Views: 15794 Froggy
Live Trading Floor | Axia Futures
 
02:38
Watch Live Trading: https://AxiaFutures.com/Live-Streaming/ Have you ever wondered how it feels to be on a professional trading floor? Would you like to see the markets through the eyes of professional traders? Would you like to listen to their conversations and know their trading positions? Watch our live trading floor and experience the emotion. Sign up now for a free trail and bring the trading floor to your home: https://AxiaFutures.com/Membership-Account/Membership-Checkout/?level=1 Join our London Career Programme: https://AxiaFutures.com/course/Career-Program-London/ Axia Futures engages in Developing World Class Traders Globally Follow us at: Website: https://www.AxiaFutures.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AxiaFutures/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AxiaFutures Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/AxiaFutures/
Views: 46230 Axia Futures
Hedging in Commodities and How it Works🌱
 
07:14
Hedging in commodities and how it works. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/dealing-handbook.php PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! How does hedging actually work? Commodity markets were originally invented to permit producers of commodities to hedge their exposure to the fluctuating price of a commodity. So if you have a consumer who was consuming a product no one really cares about him. It is the producer that needs to be looked after and protected. Granted the end consumer might have to pay a little bit more for his, say, cornflakes but that's not the end of the world. On the other hand if producers don't have any incentive to keep producing a commodity or if they're very vulnerable to price fluctuations in the commodity they might stop producing that commodity altogether. So futures exchange came about to allow producers to hedge their produce. Let's suppose a soybeans farmer expects to produce 500,000 bushels and her breakeven price is $10 per bushel. Now 1 Futures contract is equivalent to 5000 bushels The current price of soybeans for the expiry that she wants is $13 per bushel. If she wanted to lock that price of $13 per bushel she would sell (i.e. short) 100 futures contracts at $13. Some farmers are little bit more risk-seeking - they will try to time the market so they will become speculators in their own right.
Views: 2766 UKspreadbetting
LEARN OUR 3 SIMPLE CRUDE OIL TRADING RULES
 
05:54
TRADE ROOM LINK: http://www.netpicks.com/go/trade-room/ - See more at: http://www.netpicks.com/3-rules-crude-oil/ Crude Oil Futures is not only an active market to trade but is also one of the most popular instruments available to day traders. That makes trading Crude Oil a wonderful opportunity for traders to make additional income or a stand alone income producing market. crude oil futures volume That graphic is a recent snapshot of the daily volume from May 26 – June 29 and you can see that volume often exceeds 1.5 million contracts traded per day. It is a liquid market and getting in and out of your trading position should never pose an issue which is vital for day traders. Being stuck in a position or suffering from extreme slippage can have a tremendous impact on your overall trading profits. In a moment, I am going to show you a real inventory release trading session that was covered in the live trading room but let’s cover some basics first. - Visit our website: http://www.netpicks.com/ - Netpicks Inner Circle: http://www.netpicks.com/icenroll - Free Trade Room Trial: http://www.netpicks.com/go/trade-room/ - Download the free indicator blueprint: http://www.netpicks.com/blueprint/ - Options Hot List PLUS Training: http://www.netpicks.com/oftbrightbreakthroughs CRUDE OIL, TRADING OIL, CRUDE OIL TRADING Risk Disclosures: https://www.netpicks.com/risk-disclosure/
15. Forward and Futures Markets
 
01:12:37
Financial Markets (2011) (ECON 252) To begin the lecture, Professor Shiller elaborates on the difference between forwards and futures and on the role of futures markets to infer future prices for the underlying commodity or financial asset. Generalizing the discussion beyond futures markets to derivatives markets, he assesses the issue of speculation in those markets and its impact on capitalist activity. Subsequently, he introduces the notions of counterparty risk, standardization of contracts, and clearinghouses within the framework of the first futures market, the market for rice futures in Dojima, Japan. While describing wheat futures, he addresses the price patterns of contango and backwardation, margin accounts that help alleviating counterparty risk, as well as the fair value formula for futures prices. The third commodity futures market is the oil futures market, which leads to description of the history of the oil market in general from the 1870s, to the first and second oil crisis, until the oil price spike in 2008. Professor Shiller concludes this lecture with financial futures, specifically S&P 500 index futures, touching upon the difference between physical delivery and cash settlement. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Forwards vs. Futures Contracts; Speculation in Derivative Markets 12:46 - Chapter 2. The First Futures Market and the Role of Standardization 23:03 - Chapter 3. Rice Futures and Contango vs. Backwardation 31:47 - Chapter 4. Counterparty Risk and Margin Accounts 37:50 - Chapter 5. Wheat Futures and the Fair Value Formula for Futures Pricing 47:00 - Chapter 6. Oil Futures 55:04 - Chapter 7. The History of the Oil Market 01:08:16 - Chapter 8. Financial Futures and the Difficulty of Forecasting Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2011.
Views: 59996 YaleCourses
NISM ED - Settlement of Futures & Options
 
06:34
Various settlement procedures for futures and options.
Views: 6612 MODELEXAM
What is CURRENCY FUTURE? What does CURRENCY FUTURE mean? CURRENCY FUTURE meaning & explanation
 
04:59
What is CURRENCY FUTURE? What does CURRENCY FUTURE mean? CURRENCY FUTURE meaning - CURRENCY FUTURE definition - CURRENCY FUTURE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A currency future, also known as an FX future or a foreign exchange future, is a futures contract to exchange one currency for another at a specified date in the future at a price (exchange rate) that is fixed on the purchase date; see Foreign exchange derivative. Typically, one of the currencies is the US dollar. The price of a future is then in terms of US dollars per unit of other currency. This can be different from the standard way of quoting in the spot foreign exchange markets. The trade unit of each contract is then a certain amount of other currency, for instance €125,000. Most contracts have physical delivery, so for those held at the end of the last trading day, actual payments are made in each currency. However, most contracts are closed out before that. Investors can close out the contract at any time prior to the contract's delivery date. Currency futures were first created in 1970 at the International Commercial Exchange in New York. But the contracts did not "take off" because the Bretton Woods system was still in effect. They did so a full two years before the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) in 1972, less than one year after the system of fixed exchange rates was abandoned along with the gold standard. Some commodity traders at the CME did not have access to the inter-bank exchange markets in the early 1970s, when they believed that significant changes were about to take place in the currency market. The CME actually now gives credit to the International Commercial Exchange (not to be confused with ICE) for creating the currency contract, and state that they came up with the idea independently of the International Commercial Exchange. The CME established the International Monetary Market (IMM) and launched trading in seven currency futures on May 16, 1972. Today, the IMM is a division of CME. In the fourth quarter of 2009, CME Group FX volume averaged 754,000 contracts per day, reflecting average daily notional value of approximately $100 billion. Currently most of these are traded electronically. Other futures exchanges that trade currency futures are Euronext.liffe, Tokyo Financial Exchange and Intercontinental Exchange . As with other futures, the conventional maturity dates are the IMM dates, namely the third Wednesday in March, June, September and December. The conventional option maturity dates are the first Friday after the first Wednesday for the given month. Investors use these futures contracts to hedge against foreign exchange risk. If an investor will receive a cashflow denominated in a foreign currency on some future date, that investor can lock in the current exchange rate by entering into an offsetting currency futures position that expires on the date of the cashflow. For example, Jane is a US-based investor who will receive €1,000,000 on December 1. The current exchange rate implied by the futures is $1.2/€. She can lock in this exchange rate by selling €1,000,000 worth of futures contracts expiring on December 1. That way, she is guaranteed an exchange rate of $1.2/€ regardless of exchange rate fluctuations in the meantime. Currency futures can also be used to speculate and, by incurring a risk, attempt to profit from rising or falling exchange rates. For example, Peter buys 10 September CME Euro FX Futures, at $1.2713/€. At the end of the day, the futures close at $1.2784/€. The change in price is $0.0071/€. As each contract is over €125,000, and he has 10 contracts, his profit is $8,875. As with any future, this is paid to him immediately. More generally, each change of $0.0001/€ (the minimum Commodity tick size), is a profit or loss of $12.50 per contract.
Views: 3675 The Audiopedia
Derivatives trading explained (forwards, futures, options, swaps)
 
02:30
What are derivatives? How derivatives trading at the stock exchange works, explained in simple terms and pictures ►► Subscribe Deutsche Börse Group on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/deutscheboersegroup?sub_confirmation=1 ►► Twitter: http://twitter.com/eurexgroup ►► LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/eurex ►Find more information on derivatives trading on http://www.eurexchange.com
Views: 9081 Deutsche Börse Group
REALIST NEWS - Institutional Investors Swap Bitcoin Futures for Physical BTC in Wall Street First
 
04:17
https://www.ccn.com/institutional-investors-swap-bitcoin-futures-for-physical-btc-in-wall-street-first/ Join my Woo Woo Crypto Tips Group https://www.patreon.com/jsnip4/memberships Want HARD CORE TA Trades?: http://thecryptoschool.io Crypto Apparel: http://hodlgear.net Crypto Songs! https://www.youtube.com/c/cryptokaraoke Where do I buy Silver from? https://sdbullion.com/jsnip4 http://www.jmbullion.com/?utm_source=realist-news&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=Realist-News http://www.realistnews.net DISCLAIMER: WHILE I SPEAK ABOUT CRYPTOCURRENCIES, TOKENS, PRECIOUS METALS, AND OTHER "MARKETS". I AM NOT A FINANCIAL ADVISER AND I DO NOT CHARGE ANYONE FOR THESE YOUTUBE VIDEOS I PRODUCE EVERY DAY. THESE TYPES OF VIDEOS ARE BASED UPON MY OPINION ONLY. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN TRADING AND INVESTMENT ACTIVITIES.
Views: 7870 jsnip4
How are Futures & Options Contracts Settled ? | Daily & Final Settlements
 
04:15
Futures Daily Settlement ( MTM ) - Closing price of the futures contracts on the trading day (closing price for a futures = last half an hour weighted average price of such contract). Un-expired illiquid futures contracts (including Global Indices) - Theoretical Price computed as per formula F=S *ert Final Settlement - Closing price of the relevant underlying index / security in the Capital Market segment of NSE, on the last trading day of the futures contracts. Option Final Settlement - Closing price of such underlying security (or index) on the last trading day of the options contract. Basis = 0 at expriy. NISM Mock Tests - https://nism.modelexam.in/ NISM Study Material - ttps://nism.modelexam.in/nism_study_material_simple.html
Views: 9001 MODELEXAM
Institutional Investors Swap Bitcoin Futures for Physical BTC in Wall Street First
 
03:05
Institutional Investors Swap Bitcoin Futures for Physical BTC in Wall Street First Bitcoin took a significant step toward becoming a mainstream financial instrument this week, as two institutional investors completed the first-ever exchange for physical (EFP) transaction involving bitcoin futures. The CME EFP Bitcoin transaction, facilitated by E D & F Man Capital Markets, a regis... ► SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS: https://goo.gl/NYaHq2 ► Bitcoin News -Alt Coin news - coin telegraph - coindesk - coin market cap https://goo.gl/45UVFu ★★★ Thanks for watching! Please leave a like if you enjoyed and tell me what you think in the comments! Thanks ★★★
Views: 21 CoinKorea
Commodity Trading for Dummies
 
10:29
Commodity Trading, gold, gold trading, commodities
Views: 135534 John Caiazzo
Explaining Futures, Cash Markets & Indices & Broker Prices! ☝
 
10:48
● Futures, Cash Markets, Indices & Broker Prices. http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Wall-Street-future.html ● Check Mark's Premium Course: https://price-action-trading.teachable.com/ ✔ Please like, subscribe & comment if you enjoyed - it helps a lot! Cash Market Versus Futures Market. Futures, cash and spreadbetting. What is the difference between cash and futures markets? Are spread bets and CFDs futures? This is a video explaining futures, cash markets and indices and broker prices. What is the difference between cash and futures markets? What is the relationship between cash market and futures market? I understand this can be tricky to grasp. We have two official prices; we have the cash price and we have the futures price. Since there are no physical assets to deal, most stock indices trading takes place via derivatives called futures A spread betting or CFD broker will quote you before. Dax Current prices (biggest 30 listed companies in Germany) Cash: 11648 - 49 Futures 11664 - 66 June 2019 expiry, If we've buying thru an exchange, the only way to get the cash price is by buying 30 stocks in the correct amount. The cash price published by the exchange is just a statistic and its not tradeable. What we can trade however are futures contracts. Futures contracts are based on the underlying cash price but they have added formulas including interest rates, time to expiry and they are basically buying something for a future point in time. A CFD provider or spread betting company will allow you to trade the futures contract and that will mirror the contract in the underlying exchange. The interesting thing comes when we're trading the cash price. Related Video Cash versus Futures Index Markets in Spread Betting & CFDs 😯👍 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pwi8AQn_1yI
Views: 797 UKspreadbetting
79. The Difference Between Over the Counter (OTC) and Exchange-Based Markets
 
05:15
Practice trading with a free demo account: http://bit.ly/IT-forex-demo3 View full article: http://www.informedtrades.com/20797-difference-between-exchange-traded-over-counter-markets.html When trading stocks or futures you normally do so via a centralized exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange or the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. In addition to providing a centralized place where all trades are conducted, exchanges such as these also play the key role of acting as the counterparty to all trades. What this means is that while you may be buying for example 100 shares of Google stock at the same time someone else is selling those shares, you do not buy those shares directly from the seller but instead from the exchange. The fact that the exchange stands on the other side of all trades in exchange traded markets is one of their key advantages as this removes counterparty risk, or the chance that the person who you are trading with will default on their obligations relating to the trade. A second key advantage of exchange traded markets is that as all trades flow through one central place, the price that is quoted for a particular instrument is always the same regardless of the size or sophistication of the person or entity making the trade. This in theory should create a more level playing field which can be an advantage to the smaller and less sophisticated trader. Lastly, because all firms that offer exchange traded products must be members and register with the exchange, there is greater regulatory oversight which can make exchange traded markets a much safer place for individuals to trade. The downside that is often cited about exchange traded markets is cost. As the firms who offer exchange traded products must meet high regulatory requirements to do so, this makes it more costly for them to offer these products, a cost that is inevitably passed along to the end user. Secondly, as all trades in exchange traded products must flow through the exchange this gives these for profit entities immense power when setting things such as exchange fees which can also increase transaction costs for the end user. Unlike the stock market and the futures market which trade on centralized exchanges, the spot forex market and many debt markets trade in what's known as the over the counter market. What this means is that there is no centralized place where trades are made, instead the market is made up of all the participants in the market trading among themselves. The biggest advantage to over the counter markets is that because there is no centralized exchange and little regulation, you have heavy competition between different providers to attract the most traders and trading volume to their firm. This being the case transaction costs are normally lower in over the counter markets when compared to similar products that trade on an exchange. As there is no centralized exchange the firms that make prices in the instrument that is trading over the counter can make whatever price they want, and the quality of execution varies from firm to firm for the same instrument. While this is less of a problem in liquid markets such as FX where there are multiple price reference sources, it can be a problem in less highly traded instruments. While the lack of regulation can be seen as an advantage in the above sense it can also be seen as a disadvantage, as the low barriers to entry and lack of heavy oversight also make it easier for firms offering trading to operate in a dishonest or fraudulent way. Lastly, as there is no centralized exchange the firm that you trade with when you trade in an over the counter market like forex is the counterparty to your trade, so if something happens to that firm you are in danger of loosing not only the trades you have with that firm but also your account balance. It is for these reasons that there is so much focus among forex traders as to which firm to trade with, with special attention being paid to the financial stability of the firm and the execution that they provide. As we proceed through this forex trading course we will continue to gain a better understanding of the structure of the market and traders should be well prepared after going through those lessons to make an informed decision for themselves on this issue.
Views: 67552 InformedTrades
Institutional Investors Swap Bitcoin Futures for Physical BTC in Wall Street First $BTC EFP BITCOIN
 
04:52
Institutional Investors Swap Bitcoin Futures for Physical BTC in Wall Street First $BTC #EFPBITCOIN #EFPBTC WWW.KNOCKOUTCRYPTO.COM JOIN NOW!! Support this Channel Get a Binance Account Thanks: https://www.binance.com/?ref=10130811 Support this channel: Get a Coinbase account: https://www.coinbase.com/join/58d92a705d1bc833dd3e4978 Business Inquires: [email protected] Knockout Crypto Building Better Crypto Investors Twitter: Knockoutcrypto Instagram: Knockoutcrypto Welcome to Knockout Crypto we are building better Crypto investors. Every Investor needs to tools and education to become a better investor. We aim to provide those tools so you can become a Better Cryptocurrency investor. The Youtube Channel New Crypto Coin Started in July 2017. The Name was New Crypto Coin and the Goal was to find early new Crypto coin projects for early investments. Getting into Crypto investments early was the key to major KNOCKOUT gains later down the road. In June 2018 New Crypto Coin was changed to KNOCKOUT CRYPTO. Knockout Crypto is about researching the best cryptocurrency projects early and providing that information to our supporters. 1. This is a Educational and Information Channel. 2. I'm not a registered investment Advisor and i do not provide investment advice. Any investments are highly speculative and any losses are YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. 3. Do your own research before making any decisions. Any Information provided by Knockout Crypto LLC is provided for educational purposes only. Any Investment you make are your RESPONSIBILITY. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Membership to The Knockout Crypto LLC and its contents is granted at will, and may be revoked at anytime without cause. The Knockout Crypto LLC is not registered as an investment adviser with any federal or state regulatory agency. The information contained within this Web site, including videos, reports and trading education is provided for informational and educational purposes only. The Information should not be construed as investment / trading advice and is not meant to be a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any securities mentioned. Twitter: Knockoutcrypto Instagram: Knockoutcrypto
Views: 68 KnockoutCrypto
No Bitcoin ETF, Physical Bitcoin Ethereum Futures, Ledger Naxo X & NASDAQ Powered Exchange
 
26:04
Protect And Store Your Crypto With A Ledger Nano: https://www.ledger.com?r=8af3ed38d3b7 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Open An Account With Binance! https://www.binance.com/?ref=22170588 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mine Bitcoin On Your Computer For Free: https://honeyminer.com/referred/58xpg ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Bitcoin Donations Address: 1BYhrLpntMYW97sd8K6fquTcr5MYwPAe2y Ripple (XRP) Donation Address: rLDZeEw8nmsDjLQtACp53Bm9QDcB5bT3S6 Ethereum Donation Address: 0x0e5f5CEFaA9A0713AB6D8F79E6679E22d86C21f6 Litecoin Donation Address: Lh7dbMcXHTxaEAKg4tigKxoXCikceU4ZnM KIN Donation Address: 0x0e5f5CEFaA9A0713AB6D8F79E6679E22d86C21f6 OmiseGo Donation Address: 0x0e5f5CEFaA9A0713AB6D8F79E6679E22d86C21f6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Me On Facebook ! https://www.facebook.com/TheModernInvestor https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-5HLi3buMzdxjdTdic3Aig --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo Credit To: https://proxy.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.vox-cdn.com%2Fthumbor%2FMyU7wdDcDiBXmWxnp-rRNsG_8pI%3D%2F0x0%3A906x508%2F1200x800%2Ffilters%3Afocal(439x179%3A583x323)%2Fcdn.vox-cdn.com%2Fuploads%2Fchorus_image%2Fimage%2F55353509%2FScreen_Shot_2017_06_20_at_12.07.29_PM.0.png&f=1
Views: 14185 The Modern Investor
CEO of ErisX Discusses New Cryptocurrency Exchange for Spot and Futures Trading
 
06:10
#Crypto exchange ErisX will provide spot and physical futures exchange for #bitcoin, #litecoin, and #ethereum. Tom Chippas, CEO of ErisX spoke joined TD Ameritrade Network to discuss the launch.
Views: 1202 TD Ameritrade Network
Metal price convergence: Why are warehouses important?
 
02:32
How physical delivery and warehousing works in futures markets.
Views: 3352 London Metal Exchange
Commodities | Trading Terms
 
11:14
Gold and Oil are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to commodities. In this video David Jones explains what the three main groups are and what factors influence them the most. Energy, precious metals and agricultural products are what make the world function. They are its lifeblood and vital organs. Because of this importance they are actually traded often with futures, so that there is a guarantee that they will be there when needed. From politics and weather to disease and speculation, commodities are among the most volatile instruments in the financial world. Their specifics are governed by a wide range of variables and understanding what drives their prices up and down is one of the hardest challenges that traders face. Among the other more popular commodities we have silver, natural gas, wheat, orange juice, cattle. The list is actually quite long and the factors that change their price too. Whether it’s interest rates in the U.S., oil production in Saudi Arabia and Venezuela, or a insect invasion in Southeast Asia, it’s definitely an exciting world to trade in. At Trading 212 we provide an execution only service. This video should not be construed as investment advice. Investments can fall and rise. Capital at risk. CFDs are higher risk because of leverage.
Views: 20510 Trading 212
MCX launches EFP in 12 commodities
 
03:52
The Multi-Commodity Exchange of India (MCX) has introduced the exchange of futures for physicals (EFP) transactions in 12 commodities from Tuesday.
Views: 137 ET NOW
BTC Futures Contract Expiration Date - What to do?
 
09:34
SilverTorch66 presents: BTC Futures Contract Expiration Dates - What to do? The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) group inc. began to sell bitcoin futures contracts in Dec 2017. The move was seen as a way to get more institutional investors involved in the cryptocurrency market and legitimize it. How can we…. simple stacker’s and investors….. take advantage of a situation like this? I see there is three possible options on how to benefit from this kind of market manipulation depending on your level of comfort, knowledge and experience with crypto's and their markets. If you do your homework, are aware of seasonal trends and know when bitcoin futures trading contracts expire, you too can benefit from manipulation tactics like this! Here is a list of the expiration dates for the currently issued Bitcoin futures contracts for both the CBOE and the CME. Mark them on your calendar! 14 Mar CBOE 29 Mar CME 18 Apr CBOE 27 Apr CME 16 May CBOE 25 May CME 13 Jun CBOE 5 Jul CME CME link for future contract expiration dates http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/equity-index/us-index/bitcoin_product_calendar_futures.html CBOE link for future contract expiration dates http://cfe.cboe.com/cfe-products/xbt-cboe-bitcoin-futures Good Luck! Thank you to all who support this channel Website www.silvertorch66.com Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/110035356407548549182/+SilverTorch66 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/torch.smith.73 Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/SilverTorch66/ Disclaimer: I am not a financial adviser nor is anything in this video intended to be investment advice. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THIS CHANNEL!
Views: 1338 SilverTorch66
Compulsory physical delivery of contracts Tamil - Futures and Options - Stock Market
 
06:59
This video explains the concept of Compulsory physical delivery of contracts - Futures and Options in Tamil
Day Trading for Beginners | Futures
 
17:58
Learn More: https://www.landsharkeducation.com/free.html // Day Trading For Beginners | Futures Futures are financial contracts obligating the buyer to purchase an asset or the seller to sell an asset, such as a physical commodity or a financial instrument, at a predetermined future date and price. Futures contracts detail the quality and quantity of the underlying asset; they are standardized to facilitate trading on a futures exchange. Some futures contracts may call for physical delivery of the asset, while others are settled in cash. // About Landshark Education and The Financial Education Video Channel: Landshark Education is an education firm where students from around the world can master new skills and achieve their goals while learning from the very best instructors available. Students can choose from online and on-campus classes to fit their busy schedules. Our instructors are experts in their respective fields and have taken their experience, knowledge and connections and combined them with the Landshark Education Method of teaching. // Stock Trading Courses: - https://www.landsharkeducation.com/free.html Social Media: - https://twitter.com/sharkeducation - https://www.facebook.com/LandsharkAnalytics/
Investopedia - Futures Contract
 
02:41
What are Futures: Futures are financial contracts obligating the buyer to purchase an asset or the seller to sell an asset, such as a physical commodity or a financial instrument, at a predetermined future date and price. Futures contracts detail the quality and quantity of the underlying asset; they are standardized to facilitate trading on a futures exchange. Some futures contracts may call for physical delivery of the asset, while others are settled in cash. Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/f/futures.asp
Views: 694 NooB Trader
Stock Crypto Platform Launch, The "Hottest" Crypto, Physical Bitcoin Futures & Tether Not 100%
 
21:07
Support Me On Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TheModernInvestor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Protect And Store Your Crypto With A Ledger Nano: https://www.ledger.com?r=8af3ed38d3b7 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Buy Bitcoin And Ethereum With Fiat On Binance! https://www.binance.je/?ref=35009618 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Open An Account With Binance! https://www.binance.com/?ref=22170588 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Bitcoin Donations Address: 1BYhrLpntMYW97sd8K6fquTcr5MYwPAe2y Ripple (XRP) Donation Address: rLDZeEw8nmsDjLQtACp53Bm9QDcB5bT3S6 Ethereum / KIN / OmiseGo Donation Address: 0x0e5f5CEFaA9A0713AB6D8F79E6679E22d86C21f6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Me On Facebook ! https://www.facebook.com/TheModernInvestor https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-5HLi3buMzdxjdTdic3Aig Follow Me On Twitter: https://twitter.com/ModernInvest ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Very Special Thanks To My Patreon Supporters: Chris Charles Roman Geber David Chosrova Stuart Niven Larry Gooch Tyler Winklevoss NBKrypto Steven Harper Ulf Fatman Josefsson Mohammad Tabbaa Brian Vaci Jeffrey Pete Mozar Cryptocurrency Logic ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photo Credit To: https://s1.qwant.com/thumbr/0x0/3/6/1d9d2c8f3615270f8173a6121d6d2350f72302d6d1039af14fc05f68dc6963/bitcoin.jpg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.emerce.nl%2Fcontent%2Fuploads%2F2017%2F10%2Fbitcoin.jpg&q=0&b=1&p=0&a=1
Views: 16448 The Modern Investor
Derivatives Introduction - CA Final SFM Video Lectures (New Syllabus)
 
01:02:13
Buy Revamp - https://sfmguru.in/revamp-ca-final-sfm-revision-book/ Revise the entire SFM in a day Subscribe to Channel for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPzkqrzDsoq-pLrloT7Fcw/featured Meaning of Derivative • A derivative is a contract between two parties. • Expected to be settled at a future date. • Its Value is derived from the value of the underlying assets. • No initial investment or very small amount of initial investment is required. What is a Derivative Contract? A derivative contract is a financial instrument whose value is derived from the value of the underlying. In other words, its value depends on the value of the underlying assets. A derivative emerges out of a contract between two parties. It does not have any value of its own but its value in turn depends on the price movements of other assets underlying the contract, known as underlying assets (such as commodities, shares, bonds, foreign currencies etc.) or indices (such as stock market index, consumer price index etc.). Derivatives are financial instruments that derive their values from price movement of underlying assets The following example will help you to understand the meaning of derivative and underlying assets: You want to acquire 500 equity shares in NJ Ltd. Each equity share is presently quoted at ` 1,000. You enter into a contract under which you can buy 500 equity shares in NJ Ltd. at ` 1,000 each. The contract gives you the right to buy 500 equity shares; it does not represent equity shares. The contract by itself has no market value. Suppose at later stage, these shares are quoted in stock market at ` 1,250. At this point your contract attains value. This is because; you can buy equity shares, now available in the market at ` 1,250, for just ` 1,000. The contract is now worth ` 250 x 500 shares i.e. ` 125,000/-. If the market price of such equity shares falls below ` 1,000 your contract becomes worthless. Four conclusions can be drawn from this example: 1. The contract is a derivative instrument, it fulfills all the conditions of a derivative. 2. It gives you the right to buy the shares. 3. The underlying asset is the equity shares in NJ Ltd. 4. The value of the contract changes with changes in the price of the equity shares. It derives its value from the value of the equity shares. While in the example given above, the underlying asset was equity shares, in the derivative market, the underlying asset could be commodities, precious metals, foreign exchange rate, and interest rate relating to financial assets and market indices. Functions of Derivatives 1. Financial derivatives help in facing financial risk arising due to change in share prices, interest rates and currency rates. 2. The instruments known as financial derivatives provide a commitment to rates and prices for future date and thereby protect a party against future adverse movements. 3. Financial derivatives also provide opportunities to make profit for those who are ready to bear risk. 4. In the process, derivative transfer the risk from those who want to avoid it to those who are ready to take the risk. 5. Derivatives help in price discovery of the underlying asset. Characteristics of Derivatives 1. The transactions in the derivatives are settled by the offsetting/squaring transaction in the same derivative. The difference in value of the derivative is settled in cash. 2. There is no limit on the number of units transacted in the derivative market because there is no physical asset to be transacted. 3. The derivative markets are usually computerized exchanges as against the trading market for physical assets. 4. Derivatives are only secondary market securities and cannot help in raising funds to a firm. In fact, derivatives arise only when the shares and debentures are already issued by the companies. 5. The derivative market is quite liquid and transaction can be effected easily. 6. The derivatives provide a hedging of price risk of financial transactions over a certain period. It is a contract to be settled in future, by cash payment of difference in price. Types of Derivatives Four types of derivatives have been in existence: 1. Forwards 2. Futures 3. Options 4. Swaps Participants in Derivatives Market Generally the participants may be classified into: 1. Hedgers, 2. Speculators and 3. Arbitrageurs #Derivatives , #Finance , #CAFinal , #FinancialLearning , #CAFinalSFM , #StrategicFinancialManagement , #SFM ,
Views: 10178 CA Nikhil Jobanputra
Global Commodities | Trading Precious Metals, Coffee, Cotton | Documentary
 
52:53
An examination of how large commodity producers and commercial traders risk hundreds of millions in a single transaction, from the Smithsonian. If you loved Paul Tudor Jones' trading documentary, give this one a try. #commoditytraders #commercialtraders #goldtrading #coffeetrading #cottontrading
Views: 41969 Pej Hamidi
CME Group COMEX CEO: $6,000 oz Gold + Central Banks trading Futures Contracts
 
04:33
http://SDBullion.com/Book A critical excerpt from a July 2017 interview with Terry Duffy, Chairman and CEO of the CME Group (COMEX / NYMEX), the world's largest price discovery determinate for physical precious metal prices. What is the COMEX? https://sdbullion.com/blog/what-is-comex-silver-gold/ What is the NYMEX? https://sdbullion.com/blog/what-is-nymex-platinum-palladium/ This full Terry Duffy interview can be found at FOX BUSINESS NEWS: www.foxbusiness.com/markets/the-fed-has-frustrated-and-confused-the-markets-terry-duffy 2nd half of this video clip is taken from a SilverDoctors interview where SD Bullion's James Anderson speaks with Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA.org) in early 2018. The CME Group's price discounts for Central Banks to trade COMEX & NYMEX futures contracts are public record yet still unreported in the mainstream financial news media to date. You can find them below: https://bit.ly/ComeOnInTheRiggingsFine Full interview with Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-trust Action Committee (GATA) can be found there: https://youtu.be/BYEYmcp88V4 Visit http://SDBullion.com/Book for your free 200+ page guide to help you buy and sell physical precious metals safely. Be sure to subscribe to our SD Bullion YouTube channel. Thanks for watching. ---
Views: 761 SD Bullion
Are the grain futures markets too cheap?
 
06:39
In this video we take a look at the corn, wheat and soybean futures markets. With sentiment and prices in the dumps, we can't help but feel the market has irrationally over compensated for the China vs. US trade war.
Views: 187 DeCarley Trading
Select Sector in Equity Index Markets
 
04:39
Get an overview of three ways to find additional liquidity in Select Sector futures with detailed trade examples. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cmegroup Learn more: https://institute.cmegroup.com/ CME Group: http://www.cmegroup.com/ Follow us: Twitter: http://twitter.com/CMEGroup Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CMEGroup Topic: block trade, BTIC, basis trade at index close, EFP, exchange for physical
Views: 93 CME Group
Trading Clearing Settlement System, Stock Exchange
 
12:52
Trading Clearing Settlement System, Stock Exchange For CA Final AUDIT by CA Ravi Taori
Views: 32178 CA Ravi Taori
Physical wheat not following futures lower - UK grain market update
 
02:13
Wheat futures values have fallen on the back of big bearish data. However, this hasn't necessarily translated into the physical market. Senior Analyst, James Webster discusses why.
Jay Wireman - Explosive Day Trading Setups
 
10:51
Jay Wireman - Day Trading The Futures http://www.daytradingthefutures.com Jay Wireman is a Professional Trader, indicator developer, educator and live moderator in his live day trading room. Over the last 19 years he has trained hundreds of traders via seminars, books and his live room. He specializes in helping day traders in the futures and forex markets to develop a winning day trading plan that utilizes a great reward to risk while teaching the emotional aspects of being a successful day trader. Jay Wireman Day Trading Crude Oil - Florida Day Trader - Crude Oil Futures http://www.geoclickz.com/blog/news_and_info/day-trading-crude-oil-florida-day-trader-jay-wireman-crude-oil-futures Crude oil began futures trading on the NYMEX in 1983 and is the most heavily traded commodity. Trading unit: Crude Oil Futures trade in units of 1,000 U.S. barrels (42,000 gallons). Options: One NYMEX Division light, sweet crude oil futures contract Trading Months: Crude Oil Futures trade 30 consecutive months plus long-dated futures initially listed 36, 48, 60, 72, and 84 months prior to delivery. Additionally, trading can be executed at an average differential to the previous day's settlement prices for periods of two to 30 consecutive months in a single transaction. These calendar strips are executed during open outcry trading hours. Options: 12 consecutive months, plus three long-dated options at 18, 24, and 36 months out on a June/December cycle. Price Quotation Crude Oil Futures are quoted in dollars and cents per barrel. Minimum Price Fluctuation: $0.01 (1¢) per barrel ($10 per contract). Maximum Daily Price Fluctuation Futures: Initial limits of $3.00 per barrel are in place in all but the first two months and rise to $6.00 per barrel if the previous day's settlement price in any back month is at the $3.00 limit. In the event of a $7.50 per barrel move in either of the first two contract months, limits on all months become $7.50 per barrel from the limit in place in the direction of the move following a one-hour trading halt. Options: No price limits. Last Trading Day Crude Oil Futures: Trading terminates at the close of business on the third business day prior to the 25th calendar day of the month preceding the delivery month. If the 25th calendar day of the month is a non-business day, trading shall cease on the third business day prior to the last business day preceding the 25th calendar day. Options: Trading ends three business days before the underlying futures contract. Delivery F.O.B. seller's facility, Cushing, Oklahoma, at any pipeline or storage facility with pipeline access to TEPPCO, Cushing storage, or Equilon Pipeline Co., by in-tank transfer, in-line transfer, book-out, or inter-facility transfer (pumpover). Delivery Period All deliveries are rateable over the course of the month and must be initiated on or after the first calendar day and completed by the last calendar day of the delivery month. Alternate Delivery Procedure (ADP) An Alternate Delivery Procedure is available to buyers and sellers who have been matched by the Exchange subsequent to the termination of trading in the spot month contract. If buyer and seller agree to consummate delivery under terms different from those prescribed in the contract specifications, they may proceed on that basis after submitting a notice of their intention to the Exchange. Exchange of Futures for, or in Connection with, Physicals (EFP) The commercial buyer or seller may exchange a futures position for a physical position of equal quantity by submitting a notice to the Exchange. EFPs may be used to either initiate or liquidate a futures position. Inspection Inspection shall be conducted in accordance with pipeline practices. A buyer or seller may appoint an inspector to inspect the quality of oil delivered. However, the buyer or seller who requests the inspection will bear its costs and will notify the other party of the transaction that the inspection will occur. Position Limits - Jay Wireman Any one month/all months: 20,000 net futures, but not to exceed 1,000 in the last three days of trading in the spot month. Margin Requirements - Jay Wireman Margins are required for open futures or short options positions. The margin requirement for an options purchaser will never exceed the premium. Trading Symbol Futures: CL Options: LO
Views: 1037 Jay Wireman
Why You Should Consider Trading Futures
 
55:00
In this video I go over the advantage and disadvantages of trading stocks. Secondly, I go over that basics of understanding the futures market. Third, here is the website link to the article mentioned in the video. https://www.triforcetrader.com/1366-2/ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Get started learning for free: https://www.triforcetrader.com/free-e... or step up to the plate and actually learn how to trade with an edge.... https://www.triforcetrader.com/trifor... ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Subscribe here to learn more about my secret quantitative trading techniques: ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Because I am not licensed or registered nor I am a financial advisor all videos are held to this disclaimer that can be found here. Know your risk when trading as you can lose all your money. http://triforcetrader.com/disclaimer/
Views: 1167 Matt Owens
Jay Wireman - Jay Signal Explosive Trades
 
03:39
Jay Wireman - Day Trading The Futures http://www.daytradingthefutures.com Jay Wireman is a Professional Trader, indicator developer, educator and live moderator in his live day trading room. Over the last 19 years he has trained hundreds of traders via seminars, books and his live room. He specializes in helping day traders in the futures and forex markets to develop a winning day trading plan that utilizes a great reward to risk while teaching the emotional aspects of being a successful day trader. Jay Wireman Day Trading Crude Oil - Florida Day Trader - Crude Oil Futures http://www.geoclickz.com/blog/news_and_info/day-trading-crude-oil-florida-day-trader-jay-wireman-crude-oil-futures Crude oil began futures trading on the NYMEX in 1983 and is the most heavily traded commodity. Trading unit: Crude Oil Futures trade in units of 1,000 U.S. barrels (42,000 gallons). Options: One NYMEX Division light, sweet crude oil futures contract Trading Months: Crude Oil Futures trade 30 consecutive months plus long-dated futures initially listed 36, 48, 60, 72, and 84 months prior to delivery. Additionally, trading can be executed at an average differential to the previous day's settlement prices for periods of two to 30 consecutive months in a single transaction. These calendar strips are executed during open outcry trading hours. Options: 12 consecutive months, plus three long-dated options at 18, 24, and 36 months out on a June/December cycle. Price Quotation Crude Oil Futures are quoted in dollars and cents per barrel. Minimum Price Fluctuation: $0.01 (1¢) per barrel ($10 per contract). Maximum Daily Price Fluctuation Futures: Initial limits of $3.00 per barrel are in place in all but the first two months and rise to $6.00 per barrel if the previous day's settlement price in any back month is at the $3.00 limit. In the event of a $7.50 per barrel move in either of the first two contract months, limits on all months become $7.50 per barrel from the limit in place in the direction of the move following a one-hour trading halt. Options: No price limits. Last Trading Day Crude Oil Futures: Trading terminates at the close of business on the third business day prior to the 25th calendar day of the month preceding the delivery month. If the 25th calendar day of the month is a non-business day, trading shall cease on the third business day prior to the last business day preceding the 25th calendar day. Options: Trading ends three business days before the underlying futures contract. Delivery F.O.B. seller's facility, Cushing, Oklahoma, at any pipeline or storage facility with pipeline access to TEPPCO, Cushing storage, or Equilon Pipeline Co., by in-tank transfer, in-line transfer, book-out, or inter-facility transfer (pumpover). Delivery Period All deliveries are rateable over the course of the month and must be initiated on or after the first calendar day and completed by the last calendar day of the delivery month. Alternate Delivery Procedure (ADP) An Alternate Delivery Procedure is available to buyers and sellers who have been matched by the Exchange subsequent to the termination of trading in the spot month contract. If buyer and seller agree to consummate delivery under terms different from those prescribed in the contract specifications, they may proceed on that basis after submitting a notice of their intention to the Exchange. Exchange of Futures for, or in Connection with, Physicals (EFP) The commercial buyer or seller may exchange a futures position for a physical position of equal quantity by submitting a notice to the Exchange. EFPs may be used to either initiate or liquidate a futures position. Inspection Inspection shall be conducted in accordance with pipeline practices. A buyer or seller may appoint an inspector to inspect the quality of oil delivered. However, the buyer or seller who requests the inspection will bear its costs and will notify the other party of the transaction that the inspection will occur. Position Limits - Jay Wireman Any one month/all months: 20,000 net futures, but not to exceed 1,000 in the last three days of trading in the spot month. Margin Requirements - Jay Wireman Margins are required for open futures or short options positions. The margin requirement for an options purchaser will never exceed the premium. Trading Symbol Futures: CL Options: LO
Views: 134 Jay Wireman
Crude Oil Trading Secret Revealed
 
13:43
Detailed explanation of the '1000 Pip Rule' I recently discovered on crude oil futures charts. Learn how to trade crude oil and time long entries into crude oil bear markets. FREE CONTENT on my website http://www.reubenblameyfx.com/ Follow me on instagram for a wide range of trading posts https://www.instagram.com/reubenblameyfx/
Views: 26116 ReubenBlameyFX
What is the "Commodity Market"? ( Hindi ) कमोडिटी मार्किट क्या है ? ( हिन्दी  )
 
06:14
What is the "Commodity Market" ? A commodity market is a physical or virtual marketplace for buying, selling and trading raw or primary products, and there are currently about 50 major commodity markets worldwide that facilitate investment trade in approximately 100 primary commodities. SARTHAK WEALTH MANAGEMENT OPC PVT LTD (Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow) Our Topics : Share( Equity), Commodity & Currency Market(Forex) Basic + Advance Technical Analysis With Advanced Japanese Candlestick, With Auto Buy/Sell Software, Risk Management, Money Management Learning. Our more videos : शेअर बाजारातील अर्थक्रांती (मराठी) Share Bazaaratil Arthkranti (Marathi) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSsujbjMPGU&t=12s What is Demat Account ? ( HINDI ) क्या होता है डिमॅट अकाउन्ट? ( हिन्दी ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjCog5IzRaU&t=7s What is NIfty50 ( HINDI )जानिए निफ्टी50 क्या है ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TChPnE91bRk&t=17s पीई रेशोची (PE Ratio) ओळख https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bhE-yfiGjk&t=48s BANK FD VS INVESTMENT ( बँक FD विरुध्द इन्वेस्टमेन्ट ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5K-wZE8mI8&t=45s What is SIP? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bweG1OxB1Qo&t=10s Basics of Share Market https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqtViPhkypA&t=69s Contact For Registration - SARTHAK WEALTH MANAGEMENT +91-8655047333 www.sarthakwm.com
Ses 9: Forward and Futures Contracts I
 
01:19:13
MIT 15.401 Finance Theory I, Fall 2008 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/15-401F08 Instructor: Andrew Lo License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 111820 MIT OpenCourseWare
Futures Options Settlement Explained | Closing the Gap: Futures Edition
 
10:47
Options on futures have a few key differences compared to options on equities: Some futures options expire with a few days before the future settles, while some options expire directly to cash. Some point values differ between different futures options i.e. they are not standardized like equity options are. Contract sizes can vary from product to product. It's important to understand what you're trading before diving in, so tune in to learn exactly how equity futures options settle! ======== tastytrade.com ======== tastytrade is a real financial network, producing 8 hours of live programming every weekday, Monday - Friday. Follow along as our experts navigate the markets, provide actionable trading insights, and teach you how to trade. With over 50 original segments, and over 20 personalities, we’ll help you take your trading to the next level, whether you are new to trading or a seasoned veteran. http://ow.ly/EbzUU Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tastytrade1?sub_confirmation=1 Follow tastytrade: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tastytrade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tastytrade LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/tastytrade Instagram: http://instagram.com/tastytrade
Views: 1204 tastytrade
Cboe - Introducing Cboe Bitcoin Futures
 
57:12
Join Russell Rhoads, CFA from Cboe Global Markets as he introduces the first listed futures contracts based on a crypto currency. Cboe Bitcoin Futures allow traders and hedgers alike the ability to express their opinion or hedge risk exposure to price changes in bitcoin. In addition to uses for this new market he will also discuss the shape of the Bitcoin futures curve and calendar spreads.
Views: 428 Interactive Brokers