EQUITY DERIVATIVES

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To equip the participants with basic and essential information and concepts about the equity derivatives markets in India. 

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  • Introduction, Meaning & Definition and Application of Derivatives Family of Derivatives.
  • Terminology of Derivatives Market. Uses and application of Derivatives.
  • Participants in derivatives markets. Trading in Derivatives – how to use Options Chain; basic trading strategies.
  • Trading Derivatives on Indian Stock Exchanges; Taxation of derivatives
1. Traders in equity derivatives and Investors in equity 2. Employees of brokers / sub-brokers; Employees of Mutual Funds 3. Employees of BPOs/IT Companies 4. Teachers in Financial Markets 5. Students of Financial Markets; Students of NCFM (NSE’s Certification in Financial Markets) 6. Anyone interested in equity derivatives markets in India 
Interest to learn and know about Derivatives Markets. 
After the training – Traders in derivatives become more informed, strategic and risk controllers – Students’ awareness about the subject is enhanced with practical knowledge of markets and can confidently face the examinations. – Employees facing clients/customers can handle the queries with ease and confidence. On hand application of knowledge becomes easier. 
1. Can become self-employed trader in derivatives markets; profit/loss depends upon the skill of the trader and size of capital committed. 2. Brokers/sub-brokers; and firms in financial services are the potential recruiters of candidates with this skill
 

Level of knowledge: Depth of knowledge basic

1. How many trading strategies are dealt in the training?

Coverage of trading strategies – basic

2. Is this knowledge enough to become expert trader?

Further study/training required to gain proficiency and expertise

3. Does it help in appearing the tests of NCFM?

Yes.