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DCX at a Glance

Change is a small word that conceals so much. Two things have changed within commodity trading since the 16th Century.  First, the telephone has replaced the message in a cleft stick.  Second, the original basis of trust that made trade work, namely that “my word is my bond” has been reversed.  It is an ironic reality that most independent trade today is an illusion, in that fantasists seek to offer to sell product they do not own – or buy with funds that they do not have. For some participants there is no boundary to the extent of the risk that will be taken, or limit to the changes to contract terms, if either party feels that they can gain an additional cent.  

Welcome To Our Exchange

DCX at a Glance

A future contract is a type of derivative instrument, or financial contract, in which two parties agree to transact a set of financial instruments or physical commodities for future delivery at a particular price. If you buy a futures contract, you are basically agreeing to buy something that a seller has not yet produced for a set price. But participating in the futures market does not necessarily mean that you will be responsible for receiving or delivering large inventories of physical commodities - remember, buyers and sellers in the futures market primarily enter into futures contracts to hedge risk or speculate rather than to exchange physical goods (which is the primary activity of the cash/spot market). That is why futures are used as financial instruments by not only producers and consumers but also speculators.

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Facts about Futures:

  1. You can buy as well as sell futures.
  2. Futures contracts have expiration dates.
  3. Futures have contract sizes set by exchange.
  4. Futures are leveraged, to buy one contract the buyer has to deposit only a small amount of money called margin. 
  5. The margin deposited cannot go below the maintaince margin set by the exchange, if that happens the client has to deposit extra money to equal his initial deposit. If the client does not do so his position will be liquidated. 
  6. Small changes in futures price, results in huge swings in the future position due to leverage. 


Welcome To Our Exchange

DCX at a Glance

Benefits of DCX platform include:

  •   Instant execution
  •   Guaranteed fills
  •   Depth of market
  •   STP (Straight Through Processing) 
  •   Spread are more competitive than the market
  •   Java based platform


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