Commodity Price Risk Management Solutions
Do you know India has given the legacy of Commodity trading to the world? In other words, CTCs are exposed to Enterprise Risk when a process that supports a given activity is inadequate (eg there are no clear accountability and decision frameworks), when a person doing the activity commits an oversight (eg manually referencing in Excel the wrong derivative contract causing wrong hedging exposures), when the system that facilitated the operation is flawed (eg IT systems vulnerable to cyber attacks), or when an external event disrupts the operations of the company (eg when epidemics affect the commodity supply chain ).
A trader that opens a position by selling a futures contract is said to be short and obligates the seller to provide delivery of the commodity, while a trader that opens a position by buying a contract is considered to be long and obligates the contract buyer to take delivery according to the terms of the contract.
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Because of the high risk of margin use, and of other day trading practices, a day trader will often have to exit a losing position very quickly, in order to prevent a greater, unacceptable loss, or even a disastrous loss, much larger than his or her original investment, or even larger than his or her total assets.
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There has actually developed a significant spread between the expiring future and the actual delivery price, due to the mismatch between the monetary demand for futures going well beyond the demand for actual consumption of those commodities, and the imperfection of arbitrage in responding to it in the face of transaction costs and the unfamiliarity of these recently developed commodity market conditions.
For example, the Division brings enforcement actions against: individuals and firms registered with the Commission; those who violate these laws in connection with their trading commodity futures and options on designated domestic exchanges; those who improperly market futures and options contracts to retail investors or perpetrate Ponzi schemes; those who use manipulative or deceptive schemes in connection with commodities, futures or swaps; and those who engage in disruptive trading practices.
Tradability: The commodity has to be tradable, meaning there needs to be a viable investment vehicle to help you trade it. For example, a commodity is included if it has a futures contract assigned to it on one of the major exchanges, or if a company processes it, or if there’s an ETF that tracks it.
To be considered a commodity, an item must satisfy three conditions: It must be standardized, and for agricultural and industrial commodities it must be in a “raw” state; it must be usable (i.e., have a shelf life) upon delivery; and its price must vary enough to justify creating a market for the item.
In another article in the Morning Telegraph, dated Sunday, December 17, 1922, the Financial Editor, Arthur Angy, stated that W. D. Gann had scored another astounding hit in his 1922 stock forecast issued in December, 1921, I found his 1921 forecast so remarkable that I secured a copy of his 1922 stock forecast to prove his claims for myself.
The steep increases in the price of commodities in the 2006-08 period attracted much debate and was variously attributed to massive rise in demand from China and other emerging economies, diversion of resources for biofuels production (notably maize in the US and edible oils in Europe), adverse weather conditions, trade distorting policies like export bans, financial market speculation in commodities derivatives and so on.
Integral to the academic course is the parallel study of the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA® ) programme, level 1. The two programmes support and reinforce the other, ensuring that graduates acquire both the academic and professional knowledge and qualifications required to succeed in the investment management industry.