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Friday, 4 December 2015

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Trading Segment Options in Front of Traders

There are various options of segments to Trade in front of traders in India and abroad. The trader can trade in Cash Segment, Futures Segment or Options Segments. In the Cash Segment the trader has to pay for the current prices of Stocks or commodities. The Stock Exchanges of India like BSE and NSE deal in the Cash segments. The major stocks with their current market prices are listed on the Stock Exchange. Any trader can buy or sell the stocks at their current market prices. The cash segment is the first choice of many traders and investors.
Besides the Cash segment there are options of Futures and options against the traders. In case of Futures the traders pay for the future price of a stock or a commodity. A future contract is signed between the buyer and the seller. The price of the future contract also fluctuates continuously due to change in demand and supply.
Buying options is yet another choice of many traders. The trader can buy the Put as well can buy call. The trader will be benefitted by put if the market goes down and will be benefitted by call if the market goes up.
The trader can use Technical analysis as well as Fundamental analysis to trade in the above mentioned segments. Technical analysis is a whole field in which the charts of various companies including their price movements are studied. There are many indictors which are studied in the technical analysis.

The traders also have the option to trade with the help and support of advisory firms. The advisory firms have expert technical analysts who on the basis of their in-depth technical analysis give accurate stock market tips. Money Classic Research is one such reputed advisory firm. AlsoMoney Classic Research is SEBI registered and also ISO certified.

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