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Big Commodity Traders Pocketed $250 Billion Profit
 
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Gerald Epstein: New FT investigation says big commodity traders earned more profit than banks or auto
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The Increasing Importance of the Oil Trading Companies
 
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Daniel Jaeggi, President & Co-Founder, Mercuria Ian Taylor, President & Chief Executive Officer, Vitol Group of Companies Torbjörn Törnqvist, Chief Executive Officer, Gunvor Moderator: Marcel van Poecke - Chairman, AtlasInvest In the oil price downturn of the last two years, the major oil trading houses have shown a remarkable ability to adapt and do quite well in an environment that has been extremely challenging for others in the oil business. In addition, with the retreat of most banks from physical commodity trading following the financial crisis, the importance and influence of these trading houses has increased significantly, along with their trading volumes. In this session of the Oil & Money 2016 conference, the heads of three of the largest oil trading companies explain their approach and elucidate how oil trading is changing and where oil markets are headed. Questions that will be addressed include: • What is the explanation for the recent remarkable success of oil trading? • How does the future competitive environment look? • What is the outlook for oil prices and market rebalancing? • Is Opec or Saudi Arabia likely to return to the role of managing oil markets? • How is financial regulation impacting the oil trading world? • What are the biggest risks and wildcards facing your companies?
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Commodity Trading Part 3 - Crude Oil Graph Analysis
 
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Account Opening: Use the below link To Open a demat account with Zerodha: https://zerodha.com/open-account?c=ZMPMQU --------------------------------------------------------------- Join - Whatsapp Group Now! Whatsapp me on +91-8072210003 To get: - Best Practices document - Contains A To Z Stock Market Training Materials , That hepls you to trade successfully for Intraday , Futures and Options Trading - Everyday Stock Recommendations for 3 Months - Equity Short term Investment recommendations for Once in 2 weeks - To get all this Whatsapp Now Immediately - 8072210003 - 500 Group Members, 9000 Subscribers and 500000 Views ------------------------------------------------------------------ Facebook: Like our Facebook page to get Updates about the stocks https://www.facebook.com/powersolutionstrading/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Commodity Trading Zerodha - Part 1 , Crude oil trading Crude oil mini futures Stocks, mutual funds, and bonds come to mind when we think about investment avenues. But materials of daily use are also great investment options. Some examples are commodities like cotton, wheat, and copper. Commodities play a key role in spurring economic growth. They connect countries through trade and commerce. Like stocks, commodities trade as investment instruments at commodities markets around the world. In fact, these markets complete trades worth billions of dollars each day. Commodities market traders come from diverse backgrounds. They can be farmers who want to protect themselves from falling food grain prices, or brokerage houses who want to make big profits for their clients. They may also be business owners who use commodities as production inputs. They trade in commodity futures to protect themselves from an increase in the price of their input commodities. Whatever your interest may be – risk minimization or profit maximisation – the commodity futures market can cater to it. Commodity Futures also have some structural attributes that make them an important component of an investor’s portfolios. One of these attributes is that they let you take bigger positions than your means allow. Taking bigger positions means that investing the same amount in commodities can earn you higher returns than investing it in a conventional investment option. In India, commodity trading is relatively new. The country’s two biggest commodity exchanges only came up in 2003. But individuals and institutions are fast realising the benefits of commodities trading. An increasing number of investors are now setting aside a portion of their investment portfolio for commodities trading. At present, commodities can be traded on three national-level exchanges in the country: Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX), National Commodity and Derivative Exchange (NCDEX) and National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (NMCE). There are also 21 smaller exchanges that offer commodities trading at the regional level. The annual turnover of India’s five leading commodities exchanges stands at over Rs. 65 lakh crore. Commodity Trading Part 3 - Crude Oil Graph Analysis, Margin Requirement and Capital Requirement
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Commodities traders look for tech solutions
 
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Several of the world's leading commodities houses explain how they're using technology, including blockchain, to leverage their data and increase efficiency. ► Subscribe to FT.com here:http://bit.ly/2GakujT ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs ► Read: China cedes to US by opening car industry to foreigners https://on.ft.com/2JUX18n For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Commodity Trading Zerodha - Part 1
 
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Account Opening: Use the below link To Open a demat account with Zerodha: https://zerodha.com/open-account?c=ZMPMQU --------------------------------------------------------------- Join - Whatsapp Group Now! Whatsapp me on +91-8072210003 To get: - Best Practices document - Contains A To Z Stock Market Training Materials , That hepls you to trade successfully for Intraday , Futures and Options Trading - Everyday Stock Recommendations for 3 Months - Equity Short term Investment recommendations for Once in 2 weeks - To get all this Whatsapp Now Immediately - 8072210003 - 500 Group Members, 9000 Subscribers and 500000 Views ------------------------------------------------------------------ Facebook: Like our Facebook page to get Updates about the stocks https://www.facebook.com/powersolutionstrading/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Commodity Trading Zerodha - Part 1 , Crude oil trading Crude oil mini futures Stocks, mutual funds, and bonds come to mind when we think about investment avenues. But materials of daily use are also great investment options. Some examples are commodities like cotton, wheat, and copper. Commodities play a key role in spurring economic growth. They connect countries through trade and commerce. Like stocks, commodities trade as investment instruments at commodities markets around the world. In fact, these markets complete trades worth billions of dollars each day. Commodities market traders come from diverse backgrounds. They can be farmers who want to protect themselves from falling food grain prices, or brokerage houses who want to make big profits for their clients. They may also be business owners who use commodities as production inputs. They trade in commodity futures to protect themselves from an increase in the price of their input commodities. Whatever your interest may be – risk minimization or profit maximisation – the commodity futures market can cater to it. Commodity Futures also have some structural attributes that make them an important component of an investor’s portfolios. One of these attributes is that they let you take bigger positions than your means allow. Taking bigger positions means that investing the same amount in commodities can earn you higher returns than investing it in a conventional investment option. In India, commodity trading is relatively new. The country’s two biggest commodity exchanges only came up in 2003. But individuals and institutions are fast realising the benefits of commodities trading. An increasing number of investors are now setting aside a portion of their investment portfolio for commodities trading. At present, commodities can be traded on three national-level exchanges in the country: Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX), National Commodity and Derivative Exchange (NCDEX) and National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (NMCE). There are also 21 smaller exchanges that offer commodities trading at the regional level. The annual turnover of India’s five leading commodities exchanges stands at over Rs. 65 lakh crore.
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Commodity Trading Zerodha - Part 2
 
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Account Opening: Use the below link To Open a demat account with Zerodha: https://zerodha.com/open-account?c=ZMPMQU --------------------------------------------------------------- Join - Whatsapp Group Now! Whatsapp me on +91-8072210003 To get: - Best Practices document - Contains A To Z Stock Market Training Materials , That hepls you to trade successfully for Intraday , Futures and Options Trading - Everyday Stock Recommendations for 3 Months - Equity Short term Investment recommendations for Once in 2 weeks - To get all this Whatsapp Now Immediately - 8072210003 - 500 Group Members, 9000 Subscribers and 500000 Views ------------------------------------------------------------------ Facebook: Like our Facebook page to get Updates about the stocks https://www.facebook.com/powersolutionstrading/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Commodity Trading Zerodha - Part 1 , Crude oil trading Crude oil mini futures Stocks, mutual funds, and bonds come to mind when we think about investment avenues. But materials of daily use are also great investment options. Some examples are commodities like cotton, wheat, and copper. Commodities play a key role in spurring economic growth. They connect countries through trade and commerce. Like stocks, commodities trade as investment instruments at commodities markets around the world. In fact, these markets complete trades worth billions of dollars each day. Commodities market traders come from diverse backgrounds. They can be farmers who want to protect themselves from falling food grain prices, or brokerage houses who want to make big profits for their clients. They may also be business owners who use commodities as production inputs. They trade in commodity futures to protect themselves from an increase in the price of their input commodities. Whatever your interest may be – risk minimization or profit maximisation – the commodity futures market can cater to it. Commodity Futures also have some structural attributes that make them an important component of an investor’s portfolios. One of these attributes is that they let you take bigger positions than your means allow. Taking bigger positions means that investing the same amount in commodities can earn you higher returns than investing it in a conventional investment option. In India, commodity trading is relatively new. The country’s two biggest commodity exchanges only came up in 2003. But individuals and institutions are fast realising the benefits of commodities trading. An increasing number of investors are now setting aside a portion of their investment portfolio for commodities trading. At present, commodities can be traded on three national-level exchanges in the country: Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX), National Commodity and Derivative Exchange (NCDEX) and National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (NMCE). There are also 21 smaller exchanges that offer commodities trading at the regional level. The annual turnover of India’s five leading commodities exchanges stands at over Rs. 65 lakh crore.
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The Role of Trading Companies
 
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Since the Glencore merger has brought trading companies into the public eye, Robert Piller discusses how the roles of these companies are changing with Journalist Jennifer Cordingley in the Dukascopy studio.
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How to Trade Commodity and Financial Futures for a Living!
 
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How to speculate in financial futures and commodities with modest capital - and contained minimal personal loss exposed. https://www.udemy.com/trading-controlled-leverage-financial-and-commodity-futures/ Sign up for special offers at http://drscottbrown.com
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NDSU Commodity Trading Room
 
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A look at the NDSU Commodity Trading Room, part of the NDSU Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics, in Richard H. Barry Hall.
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What is a clearing house? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Clearing houses play in important role in the financial markets. But what exactly are they and what do they do? Tim Bennett explains.
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FT Global Commodities Summit 2012
 
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FT Global Commodities Summit 2013 - https://www.ft-live.com/commodities Video overview from the first FT Global Commodities Summit that brought together the world's largest trading houses, investment banks and natural resources groups, with senior executives and top traders delivering keynote speeches and debate panels.
Commodity Trading in Houston - Export Company in Houston - fuel trading in Houston
 
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http://www.rkfidelis.com - Commodity Trading in Houston - Export Company in Houston - fuels in Houston - fuel trading in Houston
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Commodity Trading: Helping or Harming Developing Economies?
 
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Debate hosted by JustShare at St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside. Speakers: Deborah Doane, Director of the World Development Movement, and Anthony Belchambers, CEO of the Futures and Options Association. Chair: Lydia Prieg, new economics foundation.
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Neil Hume previews the FT Commodities Summit 2017
 
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http://live.ft.com/Commodities The Financial Times returns to the Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne next March, for the sixth edition for our renowned Global Commodities Summit. After the biggest downturn in a generation, commodities are recovering and there are reasons to think the worst of the price slump might be over. Yet markets remain no less treacherous and difficult to navigate, even for the most fleet-footed. Increased volatility, sudden policy shifts, changing consumer tastes and technology, are presenting a new set of challenges and opportunities for the industry to address. These, and many other issues, will form the agenda for 2017. The Summit, which attracts the world’s biggest trading houses and resource companies, is the pre-eminent gathering for senior commodity executives, industry leaders, traders and financiers.
Neil Hume previews the 2016 FT Commodities Summit
 
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http://live.ft.com/Commodities Now in its fifth year, we are pleased to announce that the Financial Times returns to the Beau Rivage Palace in Lausanne this April for our industry-leading FT Commodities Global Summit. After a decade of rapid growth in China and emerging market industrialisation, the commodity trading industry now confronts a very different landscape. China is not just slowing, but changing, from the world’s factory to a more consumer-led economy. The oil market is enduring a prolonged downturn and the timing of any recovery remains uncertain. Some traders are thriving and finding new opportunities in this new environment but they have all been challenged by rapid changes in their markets. The leaders of some of the world’s biggest trading houses and resources companies will gather to debate these topics and other issues facing the oil, metals and grains industries. Now in its fifth year the conference has established itself as the pre-eminent gathering of senior commodity executives, traders and financiers.
Thumb Rules of Trading
 
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By Malkansview Trainig Institute- an Institute which provides training in Technical Analysis & Behavioural Finance. Trained personally - traders/brokers/fund managers working for various broking houses /fund houses / MNCs. Advise HNI Investors on investment and trading strategies. Regularly invited on Business Channels to share his Technical opinion on Indian Equity markets
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Rain+ Trade
 
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Rain+ Trade is a Cloud Based Trading Software specially designed for Commodity Trading Companies. History of Agri Trade can be traced back to the origins of human civilization but trading patterns are constantly changing. Multi commodity trading houses face many challenges. Companies needs real time information about supply demand situation, market conditions and international price movements. Factors like cropping pattern, transportation costs, exchange rate fluctuations, government policies and trade incentives can impact the business. Rain+ helps companies to reach out to several potential customers and suppliers in many ways and capture these interactions. Customers can be informed about the supply situation and price movements on a daily basis. Incoming offers can be captured and analysed too. Rain+ helps traders to capture the details of the offers and analyze the same. Allocation can be done in real time. Traders can meet the volume and margin targets and keep the documents up to date all the time. Detailed order requirements like Quality, testing, inspection, certification, documentation and country-specific labelling requirements can be captured in a structured way. Order information can be communicated to all the involved parties to trigger execution. The sales Managers can stay informed at all times and keep trading partners too informed. It is now easy to Communicate information to all the distributed stakeholders, schedule the movement of goods and adhere to the quality and delivery schedules. Rain+ Trade help companies to collaborate seamlessly across organizational boundaries to execute customer orders. Use Rain+ Trade today and scale your business.
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What is COMMODITY MARKET? What does COMMODITY MARKET mean? COMMODITY MARKET meaning
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is COMMODITY MARKET? What does COMMODITY MARKET mean? COMMODITY MARKET meaning - COMMODITY MARKET definition - COMMODITY MARKET explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A commodity market is a market that trades in primary economic sector rather than manufactured products. Soft commodities are agricultural products such as wheat, coffee, cocoa and sugar. Hard commodities are mined, such as gold and oil. Investors access about 50 major commodity markets worldwide with purely financial transactions increasingly outnumbering physical trades in which goods are delivered. Futures contracts are the oldest way of investing in commodities. Futures are secured by physical assets. Commodity markets can include physical trading and derivatives trading using spot prices, forwards, futures, and options on futures. Farmers have used a simple form of derivative trading in the commodity market for centuries for price risk management. A financial derivative is a financial instrument whose value is derived from a commodity termed an underlier. Derivatives are either exchange-traded or over-the-counter (OTC). An increasing number of derivatives are traded via clearing houses some with Central Counterparty Clearing, which provide clearing and settlement services on a futures exchange, as well as off-exchange in the OTC market. Derivatives such as futures contracts, Swaps (1970s-), Exchange-traded Commodities (ETC) (2003-), forward contracts have become the primary trading instruments in commodity markets. Futures are traded on regulated commodities exchanges. Over-the-counter (OTC) contracts are "privately negotiated bilateral contracts entered into between the contracting parties directly". Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) began to feature commodities in 2003. Gold ETFs are based on "electronic gold" that does not entail the ownership of physical bullion, with its added costs of insurance and storage in repositories such as the London bullion market. According to the World Gold Council, ETFs allow investors to be exposed to the gold market without the risk of price volatility associated with gold as a physical commodity.
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Commodity Futures Trading Part 1: Basics, Explained, Education, Exchange (1989)
 
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A futures exchange or futures market is a central financial exchange where people can trade standardized futures contracts; that is, a contract to buy specific quantities of a commodity or financial instrument at a specified price with delivery set at a specified time in the future. These types of contracts fall into the category of derivatives. Such instruments are priced according to the movement of the underlying asset (stock, physical commodity, index, etc.). The aforementioned category is named "derivatives" because the value of these instruments is derived from another asset class. According to The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (Newbery 2008), futures markets "provide partial income risk insurance to producers whose output is risky, but very effective insurance to commodity stockholders at remarkably low cost. Speculators absorb some of the risk but hedging appears to drive most commodity markets. The equilibrium futures price can be either below or above the (rationally) expected future price (backwardation or contango)...Rollover hedges can extend insurance from short-horizon contracts over longer periods." One of the earliest written records of futures trading is in Aristotle's Politics. He tells the story of Thales, a poor philosopher from Miletus who developed a "financial device, which involves a principle of universal application". Thales used his skill in forecasting and predicted that the olive harvest would be exceptionally good the next autumn. Confident in his prediction, he made agreements with local olive-press owners to deposit his money with them to guarantee him exclusive use of their olive presses when the harvest was ready. Thales successfully negotiated low prices because the harvest was in the future and no one knew whether the harvest would be plentiful or pathetic and because the olive-press owners were willing to hedge against the possibility of a poor yield. When the harvest-time came, and a sharp increase in demand for the use of the olive presses outstripped supply (availability of the presses), he sold his future use contracts of the olive presses at a rate of his choosing, and made a large quantity of money.[2] It should be noted, however, that this is a very loose example of futures trading and, in fact, more closely resembles an option contract, given that Thales was not obliged to use the olive presses if the yield was poor. The first modern organized futures exchange began in 1710 at the Dojima Rice Exchange in Osaka, Japan.[3] The London Metal Market and Exchange Company (London Metal Exchange) was founded in 1877, but the market traces its origins back to 1571 and the opening of the Royal Exchange, London. Before the exchange was created, business was conducted by traders in London coffee houses using a makeshift ring drawn in chalk on the floor.[4] At first only copper was traded. Lead and zinc were soon added but only gained official trading status in 1920. The exchange was closed during World War II and did not re-open until 1952.[citation needed] The range of metals traded was extended to include aluminium (1978), nickel (1979), tin (1989), aluminium alloy (1992), steel (2008), and minor metals cobalt and molybdenum (2010). The exchange ceased trading plastics in 2011. The total value of the trade is around $US 11.6 trillion annually. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_trading
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Commodity Trade Finance Conference 2017
 
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GTR’s annual Commodity Trade Finance Conference will return to Lugano for its fourth year in September 2017. While the global trading market is facing ever more challenges, new opportunities are also arising. Targeting an even more diverse crowd, the 2017 event will act as the ultimate networking platform for the commodity trade finance community, with experts from commodity trading houses, global corporates, financiers and service providers all in attendance, all ready to give unique insights and advice.
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London Commodity Brokers (English Version)
 
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London Commodity Brokers Ltd is an inter dealer broking house specialising in OTC physical commodities. Our diverse client base includes mining houses, utilities, banks, trading houses, manufacturers and end users. With true global reach, London Commodity Brokers are able to source both buyers and sellers of bulk physical commodities at competitive prices, assuring anonymity in the market. London Commodity Brokers Ltd are regulated in the UK by the Financial Services Authority. London Commodity Brokers Ltd is an inter dealer broker and does not take principal positions and as such, charges a brokerage fee. Our Website: http://www.londoncommoditybrokers.com/
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Finance & Investment Tips : What Is a Commodity Broker Salary?
 
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A commodity broker deals with selling commodities like gold and silver and typically works for a brokerage house for a high salary with quarterly or annual bonuses. Discover the very lucrative but high stress environment of commodity brokers with tips from a registered financial consultant in this free video on finance and investment. Expert: Patrick Munro Contact: www.northstarnavigator.com Bio: Patrick Munro is a registered financial consultant (RFC) with outstanding sales volume of progressive financial products and solutions to the senior and boomer marketplace. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
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HOW TO PREPARE FOR YOUR INTERVIEW IN FINANCIAL SERVICES & COMMODITIES TECHNOLOGY
 
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Global Leaders in Financial Services and Commodities Technology Recruitment Harrington Starr present the top three tips to help prepare for your interview in Financial Services and Commodities Technology. Call us on 0203 587 7007 for a FREE career consultation with a Harrington Starr consultant to help ensure the best tech talent in the sector are connected with the best jobs in investment banks, hedge funds, brokerages, asset managers, exchanges, prop shops, trading houses, trading systems vendors, and consultancies. Harrington Starr provide advice and support for technology professionals in Electronic Trading Systems, ETRM/CTRM, Financial and Enterprise Technology. We look forward to helping you secure the job your talent deserves.
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Chatting with a 23-year-old Stock Trading Millionaire
 
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FT Global Commodities Summit 2018 - The CFO Roundtable
 
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FT Global Commodities Summit, 19 - 21 March 2018, Lausanne https://live.ft.com/Events/2018/FT-Commodities-Global-Summit-2018 Finance chiefs from some of the world’s leading commodity trading houses share their thoughts on the industry and the financing environment in 2018.
How Commodity Prices Impact Stock Prices
 
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The relationship between stock prices and stock market with commodity prices and commodity news explained. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQTqvgT_qzPZn1D1bHsxtKw?sub_confirmation=1 Share video: https://youtu.be/aXksouxlwC4 Edited transcripts UDAYAN RAY Falling commodity prices, rising commodity prices, this seems to be the kind of buzzwords sort of going around for quite a few years now. Now how does it really impact a completely different market which is the stock market? It’s a different market where you buy and sell shares. To figure this out we have got with us stock market expert Mohit Satyanand. Hi Mohit! MOHIT SATYANAND Hi Udayan! UDAYAN RAY Mohit, there’s a commodities market from “dal” to crude petroleum to gold and what not you have. Everything figures in the commodities market. More and more of us Indians are getting used to caring about it. How do the fortunes, upswing or downswing actually impact stock markets (international) stock markets in India, share prices, shares, and what is the link and what should an investor be looking at? Is it just noise or is there something important out there? MOHIT SATYANAND See, most of the time for a lay investor commodity prices is just noise. I think the exceptions are when you have dramatic spikes or dramatic falls. Now, dramatic falls matter a lot when you own shares in a commodity company. So, if for example,you own shares in a company that exports iron ore, the fortunes of that company are directly related to the price of its product. Its iron ore prices fall, the profitability of that company falls hugely because the cost of its labor is not falling, the cost of its electricity to run the machinery that extracts the ore is not falling, the cost of shipping the iron ore to overseas market is not falling etc. So for companies like that, dramatic drop in commodity prices, obviously play a critical role. And these companies can turn from huge super normal profits to massive losses within one financial year. UDAYAN RAY Sure. MOHIT SATYANAND So that’s clearly a caveat that you need to be looking at. Huge and sudden spikes in commodity prices impact the fortunes of those companies that consume those commodities as inputs. To take one example, supposing I run a company which manufactures snack foods, and a significant component of my cost is the plastic packaging in which the snack food is sold. Now plastic is a petrochemical and the price of petrochemicals is related to the price of oil i.e. crude oil. If the price of crude oil goes from $40 to a $140 in the course of a year or year and half, it suddenly changes the economics of my production. And I can’t alter price to the consumer so drastically, so rapidly. And so for a while I go through a huge margin compression. That means that my profitability suffers. And this would be true of the spike in commodity prices of any significant input into what I am manufacturing. So yes, we do need to look at commodity prices. But with the caveat or the exception of commodity prices I have a slightly different theory. I have a slightly different way of looking at it, which is that to go back to the example of snack foods. What really matters to me as an investor is whether this company whose shares I own has pricing power or not. Meaning, do the customers like its product enough so that in the medium term, meaning over a year or two, that the company can adjust its prices so as to preserve its margins? Most companies are able to do that. UDAYAN RAY Okay. MOHIT SATYANAND They are able to do that. So you have these temporary aberrations. So for example, if the price of–again to look at petroleum products because that’s our biggest import and that’s where we as a country are most vulnerable, it could take up their cost of plastic packaging and it could take up the cost of the input into paints for example. And it does mean that there is a margin compression for a paint company. But over a few quarters, it all rights itself. And what typically happens when you have these kinds of disruptions is that the weakest fall. So you may have a company which has in any case not been growing well in the paints sector and it drops out. In the medium term, the number of houses in India is only going up. The frequency with which we paint our houses is only going up. The average room size is probably going up. And therefore when this kind of disruption happens, the more successful company is going to grow. And these become opportunities. If you keep your cool and if you remember that in the medium term companies can bring their margins back to a healthy level, most commodity price spikes create an opportunity for entry. And I would much rather look at which are the companies that will be able to survive this disruption and get in and buy stocks of those companies at that point in time?
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Commodity Futures Trading Part 4: Options, Process, Research, Regulation (1989)
 
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The contracts traded on futures exchanges are always standardized. In principle, the parameters to define a contract are endless (see for instance in futures contract). To make sure liquidity is high, there is only a limited number of standardized contracts. Most large derivatives exchanges operate their own clearing houses, allowing them to take revenues from post-trade processing as well as trading itself. By netting off the different positions traded, a smaller amount of capital is required as security to cover the trades. Of the big derivatives venues Chicago Mercantile Exchange, ICE and Eurex all clear trades themselves. There is sometimes a division of responsibility between provision of trading facility, and that of clearing and settlement of those trades. Derivative exchanges like the CBOE and LIFFE take responsibility for providing the trading environments, settlement of the resulting trades are usually handled by clearing houses that serve as central counterparties to trades done in the respective exchanges. The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) and LCH.Clearnet (London Clearing House) respectively are the clearing corporations for CBOE and LIFFE, although LIFFE and parent NYSE Euronext has long stated its desire to develop its own clearing service. Derivative contracts are leveraged positions whose value is volatile. They are usually more volatile than their underlying asset. This can lead to credit risk, in particular counterparty risk, those situations where one party to a trade loses a big sum of money and is unable to honor its settlement obligation. In a safe trading environment, the parties to a trade need to be assured that their counterparty will honor the trade, no matter how the market has moved. This requirement can lead to messy arrangements like credit assessment, setting of trading limits and so on for each counterparty, and take away most of the advantages of a centralised trading facility. To prevent this, a clearing house interposes themselves as counterparties to every trade and extend guarantee that the trade will be settled as originally intended. This action is called novation. As a result, trading firms take no risk on the actual counterparty to the trade, but on the clearing corporation. The clearing corporation is able to take on this risk by adopting an efficient margining process. A margin is collateral that the holder of a financial instrument has to deposit to cover some or all of the credit risk of their counterparty, in this case the central counterparty clearing houses. Clearing houses charge two types of margins: the Initial Margin and the Mark-To-Market margin (also referred to as Variation Margin). The Initial Margin is the sum of money (or collateral) to be deposited by a firm to the clearing corporation to cover possible future loss in the positions (the set of positions held is also called the portfolio) held by a firm. Several popular methods are used to compute initial margins. They include the CME-owned SPAN (a grid simulation method used by the CME and about 70 other exchanges), STANS (a Monte Carlo simulation based methodology used by the OCC), TIMS (earlier used by the OCC, and still being used by a few other exchanges). The Mark-to-Market Margin (MTM margin) on the other hand is the margin collected to offset losses (if any) that have already been incurred on the positions held by a firm. This is computed as the difference between the cost of the position held and the current market value of that position. If the resulting amount is a loss, the amount is collected from the firm; else, the amount may be returned to the firm (the case with most clearing houses) or kept in reserve depending on local practice. In either case, the positions are 'marked-to-market' by setting their new cost to the market value used in computing this difference. The positions held by the clients of the exchange are marked-to-market daily and the MTM difference computation for the next day would use the new cost figure in its calculation. Clients hold a margin account with the exchange, and every day the swings in the value of their positions is added to or deducted from their margin account. If the margin account gets too low, they have to replenish it. In this way it is highly unlikely that the client will not be able to fulfill his obligations arising from the contracts. As the clearing house is the counterparty to all their trades, they only have to have one margin account. This is in contrast with OTC derivatives, where issues such as margin accounts have to be negotiated with all counterparties. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Future_trading
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FT Commodities Global Summit 2015 D2  - The CFO Roundtable
 
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https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/commodities2015/243306/ 20 - 22 April 2015, Lausanne The CFO Roundtable How are big commodities traders placed to take advantage of the dislocations created by the recent volatility in oil prices? Will they need to tap new sources of funding as they adapt their businesses to exploit the rapidly changing energy landscape? What challenges do lower commodities prices present for the industry? The chief financial officers of leading trading houses discuss these themes and other issues. Moderator Neil Hume, Commodities Editor, Financial Times Panel Jeffrey Dellapina, Chief Financial Officer, Vitol Jacques Erni, Chief Financial Officer, Gunvor Christophe Salmon, Chief Financial Officer, EMEA and Chief Financial Officer elect, Trafigura Pte Ltd Guillaume Vermersch, Group Chief Financial Officer, Mercuria
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Trading Clearing Settlement System, Stock Exchange
 
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Trading Clearing Settlement System, Stock Exchange For CA Final AUDIT by CA Ravi Taori
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Mr Dimitri Rusca - Commodity Trade Finance in Geneva
 
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Mr Dimitri Rusca was Vice President at BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA and Advisor to the Chairman of the Board of BNP Paribas ZAO in Moscow.http://www.sccf.ch/en/team Swiss citizen, CEO and Founder of SCCF, has more than 25 years of experience in trade finance, structured finance and commodities trading. Before founding SCCF in 2004.
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Best Financial Astrology Tools for Stock Market, Forex and Commodity - PART 1
 
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Planets have a great impact on stock market, gold, silver, crude oil and forex. How these combinations work and what are the tools in Financial astrology. All this is discussed in this video. You will explore the major tools and their combinations for the same in this PART 1. Also upcoming video with more tools in PART 2, so don't forget to subscribe to our channel and press the notification Bell, so that you don't miss any latest release and details. We also provide Financial Astrology Classes for all those who want to learn this Ancient science and can have great experience in Stock Market & Commodity. Related Videos on Financial Astrology : 5 Tools used in Financial Astrology but Fails - Dasha, KP, Ashtak Varga, Business Cycles, Charts https://youtu.be/ZhU1q0LdAqs Aspects in Financial Astrology - Bullish and Bearish Aspects of Stock market and Commodity https://youtu.be/QFyTq0naqcU Why Small Investors FAIL in STOCK market ? हमेशा लॉस ही क्यू होता है ? Dont forget 2 things https://youtu.be/yuYv0l6QO78 WHEN ALL INDICATORS FAIL ? Can Financial Astrology work with STOCK, GOLD, SILVER, CRUDE and NIFTY https://youtu.be/24jwFZIjUdo Financial Astrology - Practical Approach | Application & How it works for you in Trading? (हिन्दी) https://youtu.be/GdCBeBiSBcQ Are YOU TRADING or Gambling ? in Stock Markets - Why in LOSS - Financial astrology knows https://youtu.be/b5Y5CwWbljI Top 10 FAQ | Stock Market for Dummies - Beginners Guide | हिन्दी मे - Financial Astrology https://youtu.be/BF4RXoWJMq4 Vedic Indian Astrology Basics Explained ज्योतिष् मूल ज्ञान | तिथि | वार | नक्षत्र | पंचांग https://youtu.be/oFmwTJelroY #financialastrology #venusgraph #businesscycle #stockmarket #astrologytrade Please send your comment and feedback, and also comment about which video or financial astrology tutorial you want next here on youtube. Our research team will work on it and will try to bring it soon for you. Our Aim is to help spread this ancient science to every Indian, which will help him to take better decisions. Don't forget to share this video to your friends, family, neighbours and all groups. Thank you
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What is a Commodity Swap? How Do Commodity Swaps Work?
 
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London Commodity Markets: Spotlight on Crude Oil
 
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This 5 minute video provides an overview of Crude Oil. Petroleum or crude oil is a naturally occurring flammable liquid found in geologic formations beneath the Earth's surface. London Commodity Markets is a leading trading consultant specialising in crude oil, agricultural commodities, precious metals and rare earth metals. http://londoncommoditymarkets.com Source: smcblackburn
Commodity Market and Trading Service by Enrich Commodities India Pvt. Ltd., Chennai
 
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[https://www.indiamart.com/enrichcommodities/] Commenced in the year 2013, Enrich Commodities India Pvt. Ltd. has created a distinctive niche in the market. We are based out as a Private Limited Company and situated our operational head at Chennai, Tamil Nadu (India). We are betrothed in executing services like Commodity Marketing Service, Commodity Trading Chart Service, Commodity Trading Basic Service, Free Commodity Level Service, Online Trading Advisory Service, Plan Service, Research Service, Share Brokerage Service and many more. We became a success with our customer-centric approach, transparent business practices and with hardcore professionalism.
MCX CRUDE OIL TRADING TECHNICAL ANALYSIS DEC 18 2018 TAMIL CHENNAI TAMIL NADU INDIA
 
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www.gwcindia.in GoodWill Commodities, online commodity trading and broking service was started in Chennai 2008. Today, we are a truly dynamic and visionary commodity brokerage firm and a trusted name in commodities futures trading, offering the entire gamut of trading advisory services under one roof. Right from investing, trading, research, technical analysis and financial planning. We provide commodity traders with integrated, robust and reliable solutions to satisfy all their financial needs. Why most traders fail? Success in Commodity trading depends upon how we integrate the great 3M's Mind, Method, and Money. Most Commodity Trader concentrates more on the METHOD. They look for foolproof methods, technical tools and more often rely on other service providers to give daily market tips. Mostly commodities trading for them go through trial and error process which can result in considerable loss of both money and time. The slogan goes like this, when there is Money no Proper METHOD, when there is MEHOD no MONEY, when there is both NO proper MIND SET... We need to find a balance between all the 3M's in trading to achieve success. Successful traders differentiate themselves from others not with a robust trading system but with their mindset. It is quite natural, initially all traders assume that their mind set is perfect so they pay less attention to that. Trading in futures market is all about managing our funds properly. Money management plays an important role just because it's the fuel for both METHOD and MINDSET. WHY GoodWill? ALL under one roof. Just open a Commodity trading account with us and avail the following service. 1. Brokerage service with ODIN Trading Platform 2. Low Brokerage 3. Daily market advice through video presentation before the market opening. 4. Unlimited training for trading in Commodities. 5. MORE than all we will guide you, how to integrate the 3M's in Trading. FOR FREE. We understand you better, we are here to make you trade better, we will make you feel and realize how better and best you are compare with other traders. JUST BECAUSE GOODWILL is always better and PROVIDES BEST service compared to other Commodity brokers.
London Commodity Brokers (Chinese Version)
 
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London Commodity Brokers Ltd is an inter dealer broking house specialising in OTC physical commodities. Our diverse client base includes mining houses, utilities, banks, trading houses, manufacturers and end users. With true global reach, London Commodity Brokers are able to source both buyers and sellers of bulk physical commodities at competitive prices, assuring anonymity in the market. London Commodity Brokers Ltd are regulated in the UK by the Financial Services Authority. London Commodity Brokers Ltd is an inter dealer broker and does not take principal positions and as such, charges a brokerage fee. Our Website: http://www.londoncommoditybrokers.com/
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Planning to trade in Commodity Market? Here's the expert advice for you
 
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Planning to trade in Commodity Market? Here's the expert advice for you Aapka Bazar: This segment of Zee Business brings to you updates from the stock market. The segment will inform you about the buzzing stocks, where the buying activity is see. Experts on the show guides about various stocks and their current situation. About Zee Business -------------------------- Zee Business is one of the leading and fastest growing Hindi business news channels in India. Live coverage of Indian markets - Sensex & Nifty -------------------------------------------------------------- You can also visit us at: https://goo.gl/sXWpTF Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/OMJgrn Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/OjOzpB Subscribe to our other network channels: Zee News: https://goo.gl/XBvkjZ
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New Multibank-Backed Venture to Leverage Blockchain for Commodity Trading
 
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A new venture involving institutional heavy hitters from across banking, trading and energy sectors is tapping into the Ethereum blockchain to settle commodity trades. Headquartered in Switzerland, the initiative called komgo SA brings together ABN AMRO, BNP Paribas, Citi, Crdit Agricole Group, Gunvor, ING, Koch Supply & Trading, Macquarie, Mercuria, MUFG Bank, Natixis, Rabobank, Shell, SGS and Socit Gnrale. The company has recruited team members from Easy Trading Connect 1 and Easy Trading Connect 2, two blockchain-powered pilots for trading energy and soft commodities. Seeing as the new settlement platform will be built on Ethereum , the venture has struck a development partnership with Ethereum incubator ConsenSys , as well. We are now entering a new era of simple and inclusive access to blockchain technology to advance stronger, more collaborative, business relationships previously out of reach. We are thrilled to see leading commodity trade finance banks and commodity houses come together to create komgo SA, which will radically simplify and accelerate trustworthiness, auditability, and accessibility to trade financing across the industry, Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum and founder of ConsenSys, stated in the official announcement . In digitizing the settlement process, a platform like komgo SA could streamline commodity trading, cutting through the paper-laden procedure that is required for these assets to change hands. The venture hopes to release its two flagship products by years end. One of these will set standards for know-your-customer (KYC) verification for its users, wherein the exchange of documents will be executed in an encrypted way over the blockchain on a need to know basis. The second product will be a digital letter of credit that will allow institutions to submit digital trade data and documents to any bank that has onboarded the platform. #banks #blockchain #trading #commodities #consensys #ethereum
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FINANCIAL SERVICES AND COMMODITIES TECHNOLOGY RECRUITMENT WITH HARRINGTON STARR
 
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Cargill
 
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Cargill, Incorporated, is an American privately held, multinational corporation based in Minnetonka, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. Founded in 1865, it is now the largest privately held corporation in the United States in terms of revenue. If it were a public company, it would rank, as of 2013, number 9 on the Fortune 500, behind Valero Energy and ahead of Ford Motor Company. Some of Cargill's major businesses are trading, purchasing and distributing grain and other agricultural commodities, such as palm oil; trading in energy, steel and transport; the raising of livestock and production of feed; producing food ingredients such as starch and glucose syrup, vegetable oils and fats for application in processed foods and industrial use. Cargill also operates a large financial services arm, which manages financial risks in the commodity markets for the company. In 2003, it split off a portion of its financial operations into a hedge fund called Black River Asset Management, with about $10 billion of assets and liabilities. It owned 2/3 of the shares of The Mosaic Company (sold off in 2011), one of the world's leading producers and marketers of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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OPPORTUNITIES Are ENDLESS In The MARKETS
 
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FtF: Working with Agricultural Commodity Exchange to Increase Warehouse Facilities in Malawi
 
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Following on its work with the Agricultural Commodity Exchange in Malawi to set up a successful Warehouse Receipt System (WRS), with finance by a commercial bank, the USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub commissioned an investigation on the feasibility of and interest in setting up an Agricultural Storage Investment Fund (ASIF) for Malawi to provide additional storage space, allowing for the expansion of the WRS. A WRS enables farmers and medium-sized traders to store their grains securely, use the stored grain as collateral to leverage credit, and sell their crops later in the season when prices are generally higher. The USAID Trade Hub has identified investment opportunities into agricultural storage for grain and oil-seeds of 720,000 MT to the value of US$120 million in Malawi and Zambia and have already identified three Development Finance Institutions and several private enterprises who are keen to invest. The Agricultural Storage Investment Facility will offer commercial long-term finance at competitive US dollar rates to storage operators to finance the development of decentralized storage in the region. ASIF addresses the bottleneck in warehouse financing with earmarked credit lines provided to Malawian banks for on-lending to agribusiness and SMEs so they can build new warehouses, particularly in rural areas.
INTL FCStone Dairy Team
 
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INTL FCStone Inc. and its subsidiaries offer comprehensive risk-management and margin hedging programs and services globally to the dairy industry, coupled with OTC hedging tools, M&A advisory services and more. The firm’s experienced dairy industry consultants provide clients with full-service brokerage and in-depth, one-on-one market analysis, forecasts, and advice. Calling upon our decades of industry experience, our consultants help a wide range of dairy-industry participants protect against the risk of price fluctuations in dairy products and inputs (including grains, energy, livestock and more), using a combination of exchange-traded futures and options, proprietary OTC trading tools and cash-market instruments. Our clients have access to the complete range of exchange traded risk-management products offered by exchanges around the world including the U.S., Europe and New Zealand. These include futures and options on futures covering Class III milk, Class IV milk, nonfat dry milk, butter, cash-settled butter, dry whey, skim milk powder, whole milk powder and anhydrous milkfat. Clients also have access to eDairyNetwork, FCStone’s comprehensive online news, analysis and information service. In addition to its brokerage, online information and consulting services, the firm also sponsors the INTL FCStone Outlook Conference, the dairy industry’s premier annual gathering for industry analysis and forecasting. The conference -- which examines the supply-and-demand situation and price outlook for dairy, grains, meat, energy products and other commodities -- is held every year in Chicago. Together, these products and services help food and dairy industry participants evaluate and manage the risk of fluctuating prices, do a better job of managing budgets and margins, and protect bottom lines. In today’s volatile and uncertain dairy environment, our industry expertise and risk-management capabilities are more important than ever before. Contact us today.
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ITC Rallies In Trade Today
 
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ITC rallies in trade today. Mangalam Maloo analyses what brokerage houses have to say about the stock.
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Aspects in Financial Astrology - Bullish and Bearish Aspects of Stock market and Commodity
 
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Aspects are the market changers, as when a particular aspect comes up, it changes the overall position of the market. This tutorial video explains the bullish and bearish aspects and their impact on Stock market and commodity market
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Commodity Markets: Analysis, Basics, Commentary, Forecast, History, Research (1990)
 
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A 'commodity market' is a market that trades in primary rather than manufactured products. Soft commodities are agricultural products such as wheat, coffee, cocoa and sugar. Hard commodities are mined, such as gold and oil.[1] Investors access about 50 major commodity markets worldwide with purely financial transactions increasingly outnumbering physical trades in which goods are delivered. Futures contracts are the oldest way of investing in commodities. Futures are secured by physical assets.[2] Commodity markets can include physical trading and derivatives trading using spot prices, forwards, futures, and options on futures. Farmers have used a simple form of derivative trading in the commodity market for centuries for price risk management.[3] A financial derivative is a financial instrument whose value is derived from a commodity termed an underlier.[2] Derivatives are either exchange-traded or over-the-counter (OTC). An increasing number of derivatives are traded via clearing houses some with Central Counterparty Clearing, which provide clearing and settlement services on a futures exchange, as well as off-exchange in the OTC market.[4] Derivatives such as futures contracts, Swaps (1970s-), Exchange-traded Commodities (ETC) (2003-), forward contracts have become the primary trading instruments in commodity markets. Futures are traded on regulated commodities exchanges. Over-the-counter (OTC) contracts are "privately negotiated bilateral contracts entered into between the contracting parties directly".[5] [6] Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) began to feature commodities in 2003. Gold ETFs are based on "electronic gold" that does not entail the ownership of physical bullion, with its added costs of insurance and storage in repositories such as the London bullion market. According to the World Gold Council, ETFs allow investors to be exposed to the gold market without the risk of price volatility associated with gold as a physical commodity. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commodity_market
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RTD Tango Trader- Prod Video HD
 
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Take a tour with us on RTD Tango Trader- combined algorithmic and click trading front-end. See the competitive edge RTS offers in our algo abilities.Synthetic Spreads, vertical dartboard, pre built algos, and Algo Order book- tracks all execution and custom algo orders. RTS Realtime Systems (www.rtsgroup.net) delivers high-performance, end-to-end technology products and services across asset classes and continents to elite financial institutions and commodity trading houses.
Ninja Trader Advanced Indicators - Daily Report 31st July 2012 Crude Oil Futures
 
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METALS PRICE FORECAST: August 1, 2018 | What's Next For Gold & Silver?
 
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