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Stock Market Excellence through NCDEX

14 may 2007 - Features - Editor

Every stock market operator who is familiar with commodities must revel in the profits he or she reaps through this part of a portfolio. It is far from unusual for some veterans to concentrate exclusively on commodities for their investments. The term covers more than 50 items, largely of farm origins. However, metals and energy are also important components of modern stock market behavior related to commodities.

Large and professionally managed funds may cover all commodities, but a retail investor should generally stay with just one or a few items. It takes many years of diligent research for an individual to appreciate all the nuances which affect futures in a particular commodity.

Chicago and London are perhaps the most important centers for stock market transactions in commodities, from a historical or pioneering perspective. These outposts of investments have entire exchanges dedicated to specific commodities, and their patterns and conventions have been copied by emerging countries which are keen on promoting the stock market culture. Some nations are blessed with abundant natural resources, which make them pivotal in production and availability of commodities. Others have large domestic consumption trends, giving them major says in future values of agricultural items, metals, and energy forms.

India is unique in the stock market universe because it is both a leading producer and a major consumer of commodities at the same time. This country, with a population of over a billion people, has begun to influence commodity futures in decisive manner. No international investor, with vital interests in commodities, can afford to ignore India. This is why the NCDEX (National Commodities & Derivative Exchange) is such an important body for all stock market enthusiasts to watch. NCDEX is professionally structured and managed, enabling international investors to collate information and to trade with assurance. NCDEX has been established and is owned by some of India’s best banking institutions, and the organization has no vested interest in commodities.

NCDEX is based in India’s financial capital of Mumbai. This company, which is listed on a local stock market, has over 500 centers throughout the length and breadth of the sub-continent. Members can use an excellently resourced Knowledge Bureau, and enjoy an informative and comprehensive newsletter as well. Use NCDEX as your passport to a bright future in commodities!

 


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