Meet Amit. He is a supporter of diversity .
In trading too, Amit likes to invest in a variety of financial instruments apart from stocks.
Amit’s diverse investment portfolio consists of several financial instruments like bonds, mutual funds & derivatives.
Bonds are issued by companies & the government to raise money for expansion & finance a variety of projects. Returns on bonds are periodically paid to the investor, in the form of a fixed interest amount.
A mutual fund is a professionally managed trust that pools the savings of many investors & invests them in a bouquet of shares & other financial assets
A derivative is a contract between two parties & involves speculating on the price of a certain asset on a future date. The most common types of derivatives are futures & options.
Types of Derivatives
You too can invest in any or all of these financial instruments at Angel Broking by Opening a Demat / Trading account
Manish is an avid investor in the stock exchange and loves to share some basic fundas with his inquisitive friends.
Sensex & Nifty are indexes or indicators that offer a general idea about whether most of the stocks have gone up or down.
Sensex is like a barometer of market sentiments for BSE. So, if the Sensex goes up, there is a high probability, stock prices of companies listed on BSE will largely go up.
Similarly, Nifty registers market sentiments for NSE. So, if the Nifty goes up, there is a high probability, stock prices of companies listed on NSE will largely go up.
You can trade in both Sensex & Nifty by partnering with Angel Broking.