19 December 2013


Nifty is index of 50 blue chip companies consisting in NSE (National Stock Exchange) and represent the performance of these companies. Nifty covers more than 70% of traded values of stocks in NSE and also it covers around 60% of total market capitalization .S&P CNX Nifty futures contracts expire on the last Thursday of the expiry month. If the last Thursday is a trading holiday, the contracts expire on the previous trading day....

Advantages of trading in NSE Nifty Index-
An  index represent the entire stocks consisted in its exchange, so you can trade the entire ‘Stock market' rather than individual stocks.
1. Highly liquid
2. Large intra-day price swings
3. High leverage
4. Low initial capital requirement
5. Lower risk than buying and holding stocks
6.  You have to target only one index instead of 50's of stocks

Index futures are cash settled so there is no fear of bad delivery, forged etc. You are required to pay a small fraction of the value of the total contract as margins. So you need not to worry to invest a huge amount in the market.


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  5. kavita krishnamurti26 December 2013 at 09:44

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