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Online futures trading can be one of the most nerve racking business to get into. The technical jargons used and the complex procedures to finish a deal can knock off the balance of any amateur trader easily. However, once you gain a grip over the trade, it is fun, amazing and an intense business that will help reap profits far more than any other trade or employment. There are no forever winners or losers in future trading. The winds keep changing in this trade which means the rich of yesterday can become pauper today and rags become riches. Fortunes keep taking sides in this trade of high speculation and intense dynamism.
The first step to your online future trading begins with opening three accounts with your banker - a demat account, a bank account and a trading account. A bank account like any other ordinary account will be primarily used to pay or receive the proceeds of the trading transactions. It will be linked to the trading account and the demat account for necessary accruals and deductions. The trading account is like a current account of the investor. It is here that the running balance of the stock portfolio will be recorded and transacted from. The demat account is an account where all the stocks owned by the trader will be stored in dematerialized form or electronic form. Apart from the electronic form, traders will also be provided with stock certificates and warrants that entitle them to ownership of the stocks.
In future trading the basic function is to buy and sell contracts for various commodities. These commodities could be anything which has value in international trade circuits and hence their price keeps changing from time to time. These commodities largely consist of agriculture products like wheat, grain, maize, etc. as well as metals like iron, steel, copper, etc. In addition precious metals like gold, silver, platinum are also traded on a regular basis in future trading. The future contract will be entered between a buyer and a seller to buy or sell certain commodities at an agreed price on a specific date. The profit from the differential amount between the market price of the commodity and the actual future contract price will be the profit of the seller. Future trading tips help traders in arriving at a price that will give profits.
The crux of online future trading lies at speculation. The trader must be able to speculate the fluctuating prices of commodities and determine at what rate if he buys or sells a commodity will give profits. Usually traders resort to expert future trading tips issued by trade houses and broking agencies to get their prices correct. Otherwise past trend of the commodity price and its future demand will be correlated to arrive at a figure that will give an approximate future price of the commodity. The risk involved in future trading is high like any other form of trade, however, given the market conditions and choice of commodities a trader will be able to amass profits sooner or later.
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