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Forex Accounts are also available in all majors
states & cities of India like: Andhra Pradesh -
Hyderabad & Sikandrabad, Arunachal Pradesh -
Itangar, Assam - Dispur, Bihar - Patna,
Chhattisgarh -Raipur, Goa - Panaji, Gujarat -
Gandhinagar & Surat, Haryana - Chandigarh &
Faridabad, Himachal Pradesh - Shimla, Jammu and
Kashmir - Srinagar and Jammu, Jharkhand - Ranchi,
Karnataka - Bangalore & Mangalore, Kerala -
Thiruvananthapuram, Madhya Pradesh - Bhopal &
Indore, Maharashtra - Mumbai, Manipur - Imphal,
Meghalaya - Shillong, Mizoram - Aizawl, Nagaland -
Kohima, Orissa - Bhubaneshwar, Punjab -
Chandigarh, Rajasthan - Jaipur, Sikkim - Gangtok,
Tamil Nadu - Chennai, Tripura - Agartala,
Uttaranchal - Dehradun, Uttar Pradesh - Lucknow,
West Bengal - Kolkata. Also these forex courses
are available in these cities: Andaman and Nicobar
Islands, Port Blair, Chandigarh, Dadar and Nagar
Haveli, Silvassa, Daman and Diu, Daman, Delhi,
LakshWadeep, Kavaratti, Pondicherry.
If you wish to open a
forex trading account in India or want to open a
commodity trading account in India, to trade gold,
silver, oil on MCX, NSE, etc then you have come to
right place. We make fx trading Indian commodities
trading easy online.
A Brief about Indian Forex market and How to open a demo fx account?
Forex trading in
India is one of the foremost ways to make money with your
investments. Provided you know how to do it successfully, and spend
quality hours studying the tricks of the trade, success is
guaranteed. Forex trading for many people is their only means of
livelihood. That's because forex trading provides more than adequate
return on investments.
The truth is that
forex trading can make you extremely rich but you still need to
trade it on your personal discretion. One of the chief reasons
to that is the strength of the Indian currency. For the past decade,
the Indian Rupee has gone through highs and lows, but it has never
faltered. Added to that, Indian exports have increased.
Now the Rupee is
sought by many countries across the world to buy Indian products.
And hence the demand for forex currency. The Indian Rupee is so
self-sustaining that it is not only listed on the Bombay Stock
Exchange, but also on the Dubai Stock Exchange.
How to start forex trading
NRIs are entering
the forex trading scene in India by the numbers. They have
understood the potential India has very early. To begin trading in
forex, you should have in-depth insights, knowledge and wisdom of
the Indian forex market. You can get all this information by reading
books, or simply by joining an online course that teaches you about
Indian forex trading.
The course, apart
from providing you basic and advanced information about the Indian
forex market, will also acquaint you with the relationship between
the Indian Rupee and the American Dollar.
Another option is to
approach a broker. You cannot initially do forex trading on your own
without assistance. It is slightly tricky and also very risky. When
approaching brokers, do so only with credible brokers.
The profit you make
in forex trading depends on the global economy. The Gross Domestic
Product of India plays a major part in the determination of forex
trading profits. The GDP influences the face value of the Rupee,
inflation among other things.
The strength of the
Rupee influences the influx of foreign exchange capital. A strong
domestic economy creates international interest. International
investors want to invest in India and get profits. This is an
excellent time to make forex trading profits.
How to open a forex trading account in India
Opening a forex
trading account in India is easy. You can do it in simple and easy
steps. You select an account type, register yourself, and activate
your account. A broker can help you in this regard.
There are two types
of accounts. A personal account and a business account, also called
a corporate account. Certain brokers have a managed account in the
application form. If you want your broker to do the forex trading on
your behalf, you select this option. But you would not want to do
this, since you'd be better off learning the ropes of this yourself
rather than rely on a broker.
Opening a managed
account needs a lot of money. You have to shell out a minimum of
twenty five thousand dollars. If you make a profit, the fund manager
is entitled to a cut. Due to this, many people stay away from
registration vary by fx broker to broker. You submit the form to the
Activating your demo account
If your paperwork
filing is successful, you receive an activation email. You have to
follow the instructions as outlined in the email. If it is
successful, you receive the username, password, and other set of
details. Please note that the instructions and mode of operation
differ by bank. But the concept behind opening a forex trading
account is pretty much generic.
Currency Futures Trading
There has always been a big debate about whether
forex trading is legal or illegal in India. Well
it is very much legal to trade FX in India if you
are doing it through the NSE. Last October, India
kicked off currency derivatives or
Trading in other words, after decades of leaving
investors without the option of making money from
this lucrative opportunity, the Indian forex
market has been opened for traders & investors.
There were markets for non deliverable forward
trading offshore earlier with the RBI monitoring
domestic forward trading in currency. But currency
futures were banned until the RBI decided to toy
with the idea after Indian rupee futures began
trading on the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange
(DGCX). Now forex traders are easily trading US
dollar against the rupee online.
contracts on the first day
It led to the start of the first currency futures
trading at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) in
India launched by the Finance Minister at that
time, P Chidambaram. He spoke about developing the
bond and derivatives market with interest rate
futures in and secure credit derivatives market.
As it got launched on August 29, 2008, interest
was up and running with nearly 11 banks and 300
trading members registering and transacting nearly
70,000 contracts in a single day, with great
fluctuations in the Indian forex rates. East India
Securities conducted the first trade and among the
banks, HDFC was the first to transact business. Of
the total business done on that day, transactions
by banks accounted for 40% of the total trade. The
Reserve bank of India (RBI), happy with the
proceedings went on to allow
futures trading at the selected exchanges across
India. Later, a plan was drawn up for setting up a
futures market for currency with the help of RBI
and the capital market monitoring organization,
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
If you want to do futures trading in currency or
want to enter the
market of India to trade various currency pairs
online, then we can provide you all the facilities
ramped up to suit your requirement. It was the NSE
that first allowed to trade in futures although
applications were sent in by the Bombay Stock
Exchange (BSE) & MCX or the Multi Commodity
Exchange. Primarily, the step to open up futures
trading in currency was taken to provide companies
with increasing flexibility and infuse more
liquidity into the market. You may do it
individually, involve your company or institution
that could also be a bank to buy or sell the
currency of your choice pitting one against the
other at a predetermined date and price.
Enriching India's financial sector
The opening up of the currency futures trading in
India was done primarily to facilitate opening up
and enriching the financial sector as well. It was
happening elsewhere like in Dubai and everything
was smooth, but the benefit wasn't being ploughed
back into India. With the deregulation and RBI
monitoring, India would be getting a slice of the
large volumes that are traded in the currency
markets. As financial markets in India get ramped
up, the move was greeted with cheers by the
operators and banks across India and abroad. But
there is a flip side to it. India failed to take
advantage of the growing clout of the Chinese Yuan
and has made derivatives trading other than the US
dollar difficult. It is a short sighted move as
the Chinese Yuan is gaining more prominence these
days. China has even suggested to the US to allow
the Yuan its rightful place among global
currencies as the greenback is losing its luster.
Yuan trading is being marketed aggressively by
China and it would be another missed opportunity
as Yuan-Rupee or the dollar-Yuan transactions are
still not on. It's a scenario of 'better late than
never' for currency futures trading in India
although options trading & trades above $5 million
are not allowed. As the Indian economy continues
to soar, experts feel the onset and rapid
globalization that is taking place would enable
the currency futures trading market in India to
kick off fast.
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