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The Economics of futures trading
|Statement||selected, edited, and introduced by B. A. Goss and B. S. Yamey.|
|Contributions||Goss, B. A., Yamey, Basil S.|
|LC Classifications||HG6046 .E25 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||75006266|
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The Economic Role of Financial Futures William L. Silber Background Before , futures trading was dominated by agricultural commod ities. The introduction of foreign currency futures in , interest rate contracts in , and stock index futures in has shifted the industry from the almost exclusive province of agricultural interFile Size: 1MB. Economics of futures trading, for commercial and personal profit. New York, Commodity Research Bureau [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Applegate Hieronymus.
Economic functions of the futures contract Commodity futures markets provide insurance opportunities to merchants and processors against the risk of price fluctuation. In the case of a trader, an adverse price change brought by either supply or demand change affects the total value of his commitments; and the larger the value of his inventory, the larger the risk to which he is exposed. Futures Contract: A futures contract is a legal agreement, generally made on the trading floor of a futures exchange, to buy or sell a particular commodity or financial instrument at a.
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The book, which is divided into four major parts: Description, Economics, Use, and Market Operation, covers the terminology of futures trade, its esoteric nature, and its historical : Thomas Applegate Hieronymus.
Search within book. The Economics of Futures Trading. Introduction: The Economics of Futures Trading. Goss, B. Yamey. Pages Hedging, Stock-holding and Inter-Temporal Price Relationships. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Forward Trading as a. Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics/Financial Economics *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. ECONOMICS OF FUTURES TRADING is a college level textbook for a course in com modity futures markets and trading.
Secondly, it is a "how it is done" and a "how to do it" book, to guide commercial people in the com modity trades and those who want to spec ulate in futures markets where the rewards can be spectacular. The combination of what.
Abstract. Futures trading in an organised commodity market or exchange consists of the sale and purchase of the commodity through the medium of highly standardised futures contracts (called futures) which provide for the delivery of the defined subject-matter at defined future by: 4.
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Written for those with some experience in financial markets, Fundamentals of the Futures Market takes the reader step-by-step through the process of evaluating, buying, and selling futures. The book traces the history of financial markets and the development of futures trading, defines the key terms, and outlines the external factors -- from the economy to the weather -- that affect futures by: 4.
The economics of futures trading Although long established, there has been considerable growth both in the width and volume of trading in futures markets over the years.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Economics of futures trading. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The successful macro investor must be some magical mixture of an acute analyst, an investment scholar, a listener, a historian, a river boat gambler, and be a voracious reader.
Reading is crucial. ~ Barton Biggs After being asked countless times about the best books to read when it comes to markets and trading, I finally decided to create a comprehensive : Alex Barrow. Also, you will learn the history of the commodity futures market and a more thorough understanding of how to evaluate the risks of using margin.
A lot of the advice in the book will help a beginner skip over learning the hard way and be more successful at commodity trading the. produced Fundamentals of Futures and Options. The work builds upon the pre - viously released tutorial to provide a valuable updated overview of options and futures.
As executive director of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute and a former options trader, I am honored to present this outstanding book. I'd recommend first asking yourself why you think you can make money trading from a (presumably) retail account. Anyone trading the markets from a retail account makes at least one of these implied assumptions: 1.
I'm smarter/harder working/etc. BCBS addresses IRR in the trading book under the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) 3 Pillar I capital charges. IRR in the trading book is subject to Pillar I and hence carries a capital charge, whereas Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) is subject to Pillar 2 and does not carry a regulatory charge.
ECONOMICS & FINANCE — Asset pricing and management in general. In case you have no financial or economic background it would be wise to read some of these books to understand the parts that make up the foundation of our : Peter Nistrup.Trading firms have always been at the forefront of the management of commodity price risk.
This fact was recognized by one of the first great scholars of futures markets, Holbrook Working. Working noted that open interest in futures markets (the number of outstanding contracts) varied with the amount of a crop that was in the hands of.