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Karvy Financial Academy-Advance

Equity and Equity Derivative

Stock Market is a financial market place which facilitates transactions in Securities comprising of corporate securities and government securities. These are long term fund rising instruments from public.

Currency Derivative

Currency derivative is basically a risk managing instrument which enables entities with Fx-fluctuations risk to take long or short positions to hedge an opposite short/long positions.

Interest Rate Futures

An Interest Rate Futures is an agreement between two parties with regards to buy or sell a debt instrument at a future date for a price fixed in present.

It is a derivative product wherein financial institutions with interest rate risk can hedge their risk. Underlying in this case is 10 years government bond.

Commodity Market

Commodities are the essential ingredients of our day-to-day life. On being always in demand they hold strong investment opportunity. It is the oldest form of saving/investment. From centuries people have been investing in Gold and Silver with different objectives which include security reason, their ability to retain long term purchasing power and an insurance of unforeseen events.

Bond Market

Bond is a debt instrument issued by the Central/State Government, PSUs and Corporate.

Mutual Funds

Investment companies raise fund from the public and raised fund is invested across asset classes in accordance with stated objectives in offer documents.

Exchange Traded Funds

An ETF tracks an index, a commodity, bonds, or a basket of assets like an index fund. They trade like common stock in the stock exchange.

Fundamental Analysis

The fundamental analysis focuses on finding the intrinsic value of stock which in turn, depends on earning potential of the stock. The earning potential of stock depends on fundamental factors such as, quality of management, outlook of the industry and the state of domestic and global economies and so on.

Technical Analysis

It deals with the representations of demand and supply, which technicians believe reflects in terms of price patterns. It examines past price and volume data (which gets reflected in chart patterns) to forecast future price movements.