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Commodity Investment II

What is a commodity market?

How old are the commodities market?

What are commodity exchanges?

What are the different types of commodities that are traded in these markets?

What are the characteristics of the Exchange Traded markets?

What is a Derivative contract?

What is a forward contract?

What are standardized contracts?

What are customized contracts?

What is a futures contract?

What are the commodities suitable for futures trading?

Is delivery mandatory in futures contract trading?

How are futures prices determined?

How professionals predict prices in futures?

How is it possible to sell, when one doesn't own commodity?

What are long positions?

What are short positions?

What is bull spread (futures)?

What is bear spread (futures)?

What is 'Contango'?

What is 'Backwardation'?

What is 'basis'?

What is cash settlement?

What is offset?

What is settlement price?

Can one give delivery against futures contract?

Why the proportion of futures contracts resulting in delivery is so low?

Why delivery of good is permitted when futures contract by their very nature not suitable for merchandising purposes?

Can a buyer demand delivery against futures contract?

What is "Due Date Rate"?

What is delivery month?

What is Warehouse Receipt?

Are futures markets "satta" markets?

Why do we need speculators in futures market?

What is the difference between a speculator and gambler?

How is over-speculation curbed?

How should a futures contract be designed?

What are the benefits from Commodity Forward/Futures Trading?

What is hedging?

How does futures market benefit farmers?

Can the loss incurred on the futures market be set off against normal business profit?

Who can be a member of the Exchange?

Who are the participants in forward/futures markets?

Who is hedger?

What is arbitrage?

Who are day-traders?

Who is floor-trader?

Who is speculator?

Who is market maker?

What is credit risk?

What is liquidity risk?

What is Legal risk?

How many recognized/registered associations engaged in commodity futures trading?

Why are associations required to get recognized?

What is "National" Commodity Exchange?

How do National Commodity Exchanges differ from other Commodity Exchanges?

What is the role of an Exchange in futures trading?

What is initial/ordinary margin?

What is Mark-to-Market margin?

Why is Mark-to-Market margin collected daily in commodity market?

What is Volatility?

What is a Client Account?

What is a client agreement?

What is the role of Clearing House?

Do a member / broker need to register with the Forward Markets Commission?

At what rate does the Forward Markets Commission charge its fee on the turnover of the members/brokers?

Can a member enter into the options in goods?

What is the present system of regulation in commodity forward/future trading in India?

What is the need for regulating futures market?

What is Forward Markets Commission and where is it located?

What are the functions of the Forward Markets Commission ?

What are the legal and regulatory provisions for customer protection?

What types of contracts are illegal?

What is bucketing?

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