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Default Derivative Markets

Surprise!! Surprise!!

I always thought that American and European markets are the places for traders to be - in terms of liquidity and turnover (ignoring taxation and costs). Going through the data at 2015 IOMA Derivative Market Survey, I am surprised that NSE was not all that bad a place in 2015.

- NSE has liquid Single Stock Futures, with SBIN, ICICIBANK, RELIANCE, doing very well in 2015

- Nifty Index Futures are liquid, but China's CSI 300 is more so.

- Chicago (CBOE and CME) has very liquid Stock and Index Options, Currency Derivatives and Commodities. China is also liquid for many Commodities.


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Surprise!! Surprise!!

I always thought that American and European markets are the places for traders to be - in terms of liquidity and turnover (ignoring taxation and costs). Going through the data at 2015 IOMA Derivative Market Survey, I am surprised that NSE was not all that bad a place in 2015.

- NSE has liquid Single Stock Futures, with SBIN, ICICIBANK, RELIANCE, doing very well in 2015

- Nifty Index Futures are liquid, but China's CSI 300 is more so.

- Chicago (CBOE and CME) has very liquid Stock and Index Options, Currency Derivatives and Commodities. China is also liquid for many Commodities.
Our contract sizes are probably much smaller.
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The best loser wins, but here is some food for thought...

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The market is so structured it wants to have more losers and we just need to ensure we are not in that list .
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If you could fold a paper in half 103 times, it would be as thick as observable universe. - Cliff Pickover

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this pickover guy has done it ?
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this pickover guy has done it ?
No one can

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A bit of monkeybusiness though
Using 64 layered Toilet paper and single direction folds.

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