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Clearing for North American natural gas and electricity markets. Vital market information and connectivity for participants around the world. Identify opportunities, make informed decisions, execute quickly. Technology and integration tools for efficient data management. Sir thanks for the reply. Happy new year Looking forward to be with zerodha family as soon as possible? Happy New Year to you as well! How the no. Now my question is whether Nifty Futures Contract can also come under this ban list if this limit is reached? The no of contracts are decided by the exchanges.
Yes, ban is applicable to all instruments. However Nifty futures has so much liquidity that it is quite difficult to reach that status. I am new to futures trading. Understood a lot from the content posted. Please tell me can we square off a position same day in futures.
Talking about above example , can we sell shares of TCS on 15th dec ,if the price rise the same day. Yes, you can.
In fact both futures and options can be squared off any second after taking the position. The prices are market driven and the transactions are routed through exchanges. So all the adjustments are taken care by the exchange.
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Sir can I use the same technical analysis I use for equities to predict the direction of movement? While squaring off whether i have to sell or transfer my open position may be short position or long position OR i have to take the opposite position to square off? Are they both same or different things? Please explain me sir. When you squareoff, you actually transfer your position to someone willing to take that position. Thank you for your response sir, but please give me some clarity on this doubt sir. If i say the broker to square off my open short position then what is he actually doing.
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He will just initiate an opposite position which technically means he has transferred risk from you to someone else. Sir,your explanation regarding futures was wonderful??.. But,sir i still have one doubt that when we square off the position by selling the futures contract do we have to pay initial margin again and if yes when will i receive the margin back???
Sir i have one more question that is it possible for me to take delivery of stock on expiry date..
Sir as you said that on expiry futures contract are cash settled than how will anyone make money incase of reverse arbitrage as incase of reverse arbitrage you buy stocks from futures market and sell it in spot market and the price difference in future and spot market is your profit,So for selling it in spot you need to lend stock from exchange under Under stock lending scheme of exchange. In SLBM, you borrow, short, and cover at a later stage.
This is again settled in cash. So is futures.
I dont see a problem at all. Or maybe I have not understood your question well. Can you kindly elaborate please, thanks. Sir what i mean to say if futures are only cash settled than how is arbitrage gain possible because in arbitrage you buy from spot market of which you get the delivey to your account and sell the same in future market because of the price difference. So my my question is if you dont deliver stocks that you have purchased in spot market and settle it through cash settlement then how arbitrage gain possible????
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Arbitrage is only possible when buy from one market spot market and sell it in other market future market …so for this to happen settlement through delivering the asset is necessary know rather than doing a cash settlement because you will only able to earn profit by delivering asset what you have purchased in the spot market rather than a cash settlement as price in spot market is low as compared to futures market???
You need to be aware that futures are cash settled and in spot delivery based is by default settled in actual movement of shares. Keeping this in view you need to scout for opportunities and execute only those trades which makes sense with this arrangements. Sorry sir i am many question but i just want to clear my doubts. My question is What if the price of the future goes up than my purchase price but i dont find any buyer to whom i can sell my stock?? Sorry sir i am asking you many question but i just want to clear my doubts. My question is What if the price of the future goes up than my purchase price but i dont find any buyer to whom i can sell my stock at profit before expiry date?
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If you intend to hold the futures till expiry then you need not worry about finding a buyer as the exchange will take care. However if you want to sell before the expiry, then it really depends on the liquidity. If you are trading couple of of lots, liquidity is not a problem. Sir is it possible to First buy a july expiry future contract and then squaring off or exiting the future by selling it in august expiring future contract or vice versa?? For example if price of july expiring Infosys future contract is Rs and august expiring infosys future contract is Rs so it possible first to sell august expiring contract for Rs and then immediately squaring off or exiting future contarct by buying a july month future contract for Rs??
Sir i wanted to trade in future and option segment,but i am really very worried about whether i will find the counterparty or not to whom i can sell my future contract. Till now i was trading in normal market where i was finding immediate buyers and sellers of the stock.
So just wanted to confirm with you that is that same even with futures and option segment??? Harshit, you need not worry about counter party risk. Stick to Nifty 50, and top 5 stock futures. Sir thankyou for answering all my queries and i am really very sorry that i am asking you many questions but i just need to clarify my doubts.. Sir suppose there are three contracts for a stock that is near month ,next month and far month.
Suppose i go long buy buying a far month future contract. So my question is when i am squaring off my futures contract can i sell that contract to anyone or i must look for a person who is willing to buy the far month contract only not near or next month…So basically my question is can i sell that far month contract which i have bought even to a person who is willing to buy near or next month contract or i can only sell that future contract to a person who is looking for the far month contract only….
Harshit — when you want to sell it is the job of the exchange to identify a buyer for you. Over the next few seconds the exchange will do the needful. This is assuming there is liquidity in the market. Sir,as you said that exchange will do the needful but i should atleast know at which price the exchange is going to sell or square of my position. How to know that???
Settlement will upon the expiry price if you let your contract expire. Otherwise you can specify the price by opting for a limit price. Hi, so TA of spot graph is one way of forming the directional view that traders use.. On average if there are about contracts being traded every minute then I would consider that as ample liquidity for retain traders.
Hi Sir, I am first time visiter of your chapters,and i can say this is the best content i ever had.
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