Indian markets have just thrown open a new opportunity for retail investors and traders to participate: commodity derivatives. People who want to diversify their portfolios beyond shares, bonds and real estate, commodities is the best option

FAQ’s on how a retail investor can get started:

Where to go for trade in commodity futures?
There are three options - the National Commodity and Derivative Exchange, the Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd and the National Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd. All are having electronic trading and settlement systems and a national presence.

How to select broker?
A number of established equity brokers have sought membership with NCDEX and MCX. The likes of Refco Sify Securities, SSKI (Sharekhan) and ICICIcommtrade.

Requirements at broker level?
One must enters into a normal account agreements with the broker which include the procedure of the Know Your Client format that exist in equity trading and terms of conditions of the exchanges and broker.

Where to look information on commodities?
Daily financial newspapers carry spot prices and related news and articles on most commodities. Also, there are specialized magazines on agricultural commodities and metals available for subscription. Brokers also provide research and analysis support. We at Carrot Investment provides you best free commodity tips and MCX Tips

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