The spot market is the market in which spot settlement by physical or cash settlement take place immediately. In futures, exchange will get the refundable margin from buyer and seller. The contract will be traded between buyer and seller on the strike price for the stocks. The exchange plays a major role in derivative instruments like futures and options.the margin price is the price which is set as max limit price, expiry date is the last date where the shares will not be valid after the mentioned date. premium is the advance amount or assurance amount for the future trade take place.NIFTY is the national stock exchange of Indian market in which top 50 companies take place we can also trade in NIFTY.

  • : market in which the trading is done instantly where buying and selling of shares or products are done immediately with exchange of cash.
  • : In futures, exchange will get the refundable margin from buyer and seller. The contract will be traded between buyer and seller on the strike price for the stocks. The exchange plays a major role in derivative instruments like futures and options.
  • : Margin is the money borrowed from a brokerage firm to purchase an investment. It is the difference between the total value of securities held in an investor's account and the loan amount from the broker. Buying on margin is the act of borrowing money to buy securities. Mark to market (MTM) is a measure of the fair value of accounts that can change over time, such as assets and liabilities. Mark to market aims to provide a realistic appraisal of an institution's or company's current financial situation. premium is the basic amount given before the product is delivered. strike price is the max price limit fixed by the traders. expiry date is the date by which the shares will not be validated after that particular mentioned date. In the stock market, most stocks trade in a lot size of 100 shares, although some higher priced stocks may trade in lots of 10 shares. Each market
  • : option contract is the contract made to buy the shares but not compulsory it is the rights to buy the shares, it is the option to buy the shares. in future contract the contract is made by the seller and buyer to sell and buy the product in future for sure,that is the investors must buy the shares based on the contract.
  • : call option is an option in which the buyer has the rights to buy the specified quantity of a security at a specified price within a fixed period of time. put option is a stock market device which gives the owner the rights,nut not the obligation,to sell an asset at a specified price by the predetermined date to a given party.
  • : futures contract is the contract in which the buyer and seller had made an agreement that represents the buyer or seller must buy or sell the product or shares at the mentioned date without any hesitation.
  • : in future or call or put option they is not major risk taken and there is no direct interference of total amount take place but only the difference is exchanged between the investors.
  • : yes,it is possible to trade NIFTY, where we can sell or buy the 50 units or a mini 20 units, these two instruments are like a contract between the buyer and sellers,the value of the derivative is determined by the position of the index.
  • : In futures and options, on the settlement date, the contract seller may either opt for delivery of underlying asset (which is termed as physical settlement) or may simply settle the net position through cash (i.e. cash settlement).
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