• Courses
  • >>
  • Derivatives Beginner Module
Derivatives Beginner Module

Derivatives Beginner Module

     

Derivative is a contract or a product whose value is derived from value of some other asset known as underlying.

2000

Additional Details

What are the requirements?

  • Computer (desktop/ laptop) with internet access.
  • Suitable for Graduates or students. pursuing CA/ CFA/ Post Graduation/ MBA.
  • Basic familiarity with the world of investments and/or the stock market and related terminology.
  • Enthusiasm to learn about financial statements.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Will help to interpret financial statements and their use.
  • Will increase the probability of spotting successful companies to invest.
  • Will guide in calculating important financial ratios for analyzing potential investments.
  • Will make realize the importance of financial statements for making investment decisions.

What is the target audience?

  • Investors with little or no financial education or background.
  • Beginners or traders interested in improving their skills using financial statements and ratios.
  • Registered users successfully complied beginners course.

Published Date :
25-Jun-2020
Enrolled :
1
Level of Difficulty :
Basic
Language :
English
PreRequisite :
5
Number of Test :
1
Duration :
12 Month
Online Test :
Yes
Certification :
Yes

Curriculum

Chapter 1 : Basics of Derivatives

  • 1.1) Basics Of Derivatives
  • 1.2) Derivatives Market – History & Evolution
  • 1.3) Indian Derivatives Market
  • 1.4) Products in Derivatives Market
  • 1.5) Market Participants
  • 1.6) Types of Derivatives Market
  • 1.7) Significance of Derivatives
  • 1.8) Various risks faced by the participants in derivatives

Chapter 2 : Understanding Index

  • 2.1) Introduction To Index
  • 2.2) Significance of Index
  • 2.3) Types of Stock Market Indices
  • 2.4) Attributes of an Index
  • 2.5) Index management
  • 2.6) Major Indices in India
  • 2.7) Application of Indices

Chapter 3 : Introduction to Forwards and Futures

  • 3.1) Introduction
  • 3.2) Future Contract
  • 3.3) Open Interest and Volumes Traded
  • 3.4) Limitations of Futures Contract
  • 3.5) Pay off Charts for Futures contract
  • 3.6) Futures pricing
  • 3.7) Commodity, Equity & Index Futures
  • 3.8) Uses of futures
  • 3.9) Uses of Index Futures
  • 3.10) Trading in futures market
  • 3.11) Arbitrage opportunities in futures market

Chapter 4 : Introduction to Options

  • 4.1) Basics of options
  • 4.2) Pay off Charts for Options
  • 4.3) Basics of Option Pricing and Option Greeks
  • 4.4) Uses of Options

Chapter 5 : Option Trading Strategies

  • 5.1) Option Spreads
  • 5.2) Straddle
  • 5.3) Strangle
  • 5.4) Covered Call
  • 5.5) Protective Put
  • 5.6) Collar
  • 5.7) Butterfly Spread

Follow Us

CONTACT US

Contact Number :02225229720

E-Mail us on : info@capitalmarket.com

Copyright © 2017 Capital Market Publishers India Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
Site best viewed in Internet Explorer 10+, Google Chrome 30.0+, Mozilla Firefox 31.0+, Opera 22.0+
Designed, developed and maintained by CMOTS INFOTECH CMOTS INFOTECH
  Feedback