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  • 1. A Summer Internship Project Report On “A s t u d y o n c o m m o d i t y ma r k e t w i t h s p e c i a l r e f e r e n c e t o A mr e l i c i t y ” Prepared by, Submitted To: Harshit S. Gajera GTU (Enroll: 127220592010 ) Nitin R. Kashid Guided By, (Enroll: 127220592022) Dr. Vishal Patidar
  • 2. Industry Overview What is commodity market ? Commodity markets refers to physical or virtual transaction of buying and selling involving raw or primary commodities. Soft commodities: coffee, cocoa, sugar, corn, wheat, soybean Hard commodities: Gold, Rubber, Oil
  • 3. Industry Overview Why commodities market? • Agriculture country • Making money
  • 4. Industry Overview Commodities:
  • 5. Industry Overview Commodity futures exchanges There are mainly two major exchange of commodity Market in India.
  • 6. Industry Overview Derivatives: Meaning: A derivative is a financial instrument, which derives its value from some other financial price. Types: • Financial derivatives • Commodity derivatives
  • 7. Industry Overview Types of derivatives contract: DERIVATIVES Options Put Call Interest Rate Forwards Futures Swaps Commodity Currency Securiti-es
  • 8. Company Information
  • 9. Company Information Company Profile: Name of the company: Prithvi broking Pvt. Ltd. Logo of the company: Key people : Mr. Kirti Kothari ( Chairman ) Mr. Kunal Kothari ( M.D. & CEO) Address: 6 B, Corpora, 6th Floor, Near Shangri-La Biscuits Co., L.B.S. Marg, Bhandup (west), Mumbai – 400078
  • 10. Company Information Phone numbers: Tel: 022 6140 4444 Fax: 022 6140 4427 Web sites: Www. Prithvifinmart.com E-mail address: Prithvi@Prithvibroking.com Prithvi@Prithvifinmart.com
  • 11. Company Information Main Location: Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra
  • 12. Company Information Competitors:
  • 13. Company Information Business perpendicular: We offer our clientele a bouquet of products and service is customized to benefit our clients need. Services: • Commodity broking • Currency broking • Equity broking • Private client group • Premier branches
  • 14. Company Information Conti… • Authorized persons • E-Broking • Nearly zero down time • Within 24 hours account opening. • Efficient dealing desk 1). 24 hour coverage 2). Reporting • 24 7 online back office
  • 15. Company Information
  • 16. SWOT Analysis Strength: • Experience • Client Satisfaction • Technology • Strong operation & research desk • Wide network
  • 17. SWOT Analysis Weakness: • Less informative website • Does not have slab rate brokerage which is provided by competitors • Unawareness among traders as well as investors • High employee turnover Lack of awareness among customers • Problems due to network crash
  • 18. SWOT Analysis Opportunity: • Collaboration with international financial institution • To capture the market lost to its competitors • Marketing at rural and semi-urban areas. • Increasing usage of online trading • To focus on developing a superior and powerful portal • To spread awareness of its brand name
  • 19. SWOT Analysis Threats: • Changing government policy • Severe competitions • Increasing number of competitors • Prolonged depression and high volatility in the market • Instability of politics • Lack of sufficient branch-offices for speedy delivery of services
  • 20. Literature review
  • 21. Literature review 1. Topic: PRICE DISCOVERY, RETURN AND MARKET CONDITIONS: EVIDENCE FROM COMMODITY FUTURES MARKETS Year: January 2002 Author: K.G. Sahadevan Associate Professor, (Indian Institute of Management, PrabandhNagar, Off Sitapur) Link: http://ganga.iiml.ac.in/~devan/comex-ijaf.pdf
  • 22. Literature review 2. Topic: PROFILE AND GROWTH OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY FUTURES IN INDIA Author: Sendhil Ra, Amit Karb, Mathur V Cband Girish K Jha Link: http://www.indiastat.com/article/50/sendhil/full%20text.pdf 3. Topic: COMMODITIES DERIVATIVES MARKET IN INDIA: THE ROAD TRAVELLED AND CHALLENGES AHEAD Author: Meenakshi Malhotra (Amity International Business School, Noida, India)
  • 23. Literature review Link: http://www.onlineresearchjournals.com/ajbe/art/65.pdf 4. Topic: TRADING IN INDIA’S COMMODITY FUTURE MARKETS Author: Sunanda Sen, Mahua Paul Year: Feb 2010 Institute for Studies in Industrial Development Link: http://isidev.nic.in/pdf/WP1003.PDF
  • 24. Literature review 5. Topic: AN EVIDENCE OF SPECULATION IN INDIAN COMMODITY MARKETS Author: Vijay Kumar Varadi Suggested reference: Vijay Kumar Varadi Link: https://www.econstor.eu/dspace/bitstream/10419/57430/1/Paper%20on%20Sp eculative%20evidience.pdf
  • 25. Research Methodology
  • 26. Research Methodology Statement of the problem: “A study on commodity market with special reference to Amreli city” Rationale of the study: • This will help the company, how to make a good portfolio in commodity markets. • This will help the knowing about which commodity is giving maximum return. • This will help the company to frame investor’s awareness about the commodity market.
  • 27. Research Methodology Conti… • To know how the people take decision to invest in commodity market. • It will help the company to reduce the obstacles, which come in the way for the development of commodity market. Objective of the study • To analyze the view of commodity traders. • To make understand the process of future commodity trading in India. • To know the investment pattern of commodity traders and people.
  • 28. Research Methodology Sampling type • In this project convenient sampling method is used for the selection of customer. Sampling unit • To define sampling unit, one must answer the question that who is to be surveyed. In this project sampling units are commodity traders, Investors etc.
  • 29. Research Methodology Sample size We have to select the sample size of the survey was 100 people. METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION Methods: Secondary methods Magazines Questionnaire Newspaper Web sites Books
  • 30. Data Analysis
  • 31. Data Analysis Demographic Survey: Gender Age 50 12 Male 40 30 42 28 30 20 10 88 Female Age 0 20-30 30-40 Above 40
  • 32. Data Analysis Conti… Qualification 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 35 Occupation 38 27 Qualification 50 40 30 20 10 0 43 25 18 14 Occupation
  • 33. Data Analysis Where do you invest your saving? Securities Give rank of preference Bank FD 57 Mutual fund 69 Post office 37 IPO 43 Insurance 79 Real assets 49 Govt. bonds 23 Gold / silver 54 Stock markets 74 Others 00
  • 34. Data Analysis Securities 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 69 79 74 57 43 54 49 37 23 Securities 0
  • 35. Data Analysis If you invest in stock market, where do you invest your savings? Equity 77 Markets Commodity 37 Derivatives 42 Market 100 80 77 60 37 40 42 Commodity Derivatives 20 0 Equity Market
  • 36. Data Analysis Which exchange you prefer to deal with? Name of exchange No of people MCX 16 NCDEX 21 Exchange MCX 43% NCDEX 57%
  • 37. Data Analysis How you reach at investment decision? Factors No. of peoples Self analysis 31 Tips from exports 27 Tips from friends / relatives 18 Business channels 14 Newspapers 10 Others 00
  • 38. Data Analysis Factors 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 31 27 18 14 10 0 Factors
  • 39. Data Analysis Which factor plays a crucial role when you make a decision to invest in stock Market? Factors Nos. Risk reduction 28 Exploratory Motive 20 Influence Benefit 25 Investment 19 Arbitrage Benefit 08
  • 40. Data Analysis Factors 30 28 25 25 20 20 19 15 Factors 10 8 5 0 Risk reduction Exploratory Motive Influence Benefit Investment Arbitrage Benefits
  • 41. Data Analysis Duration of attachment with commodity market? Less than 1 1 to 5 year 5 to 10 year Duration year 06 13 15 Above 10 year 03 Duration 20 15 10 5 0 13 15 6 3 Less then 1 01 - 05 year 05 - 10 year More then year 10 year Duration
  • 42. Data Analysis Which of the following product prefer by you for your investment? Products Nos. Metal 27 Crops 29 Spices 35 Bullion 45 Oil 52 Energy 37 Cereals & Pulse 26 Others 00
  • 43. Data Analysis Products 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 52 45 35 27 29 37 26 0 Products
  • 44. Data Analysis Which type of trading you prefer to deal with? Type of trading Nos. Square up mode 16 Arbitrage 09 Intraday 13 Hedging 15 Delivery Based 07
  • 45. Data Analysis Trading 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Trading Square up Arbitrage Intraday mode Hedging Delivery Based
  • 46. Data Analysis How do you view your self? Investor type No. of people Trader 20 Investor 57 Short term investors 23 Investor type 60 40 20 0 57 23 20 Investor type Trader Investor Short term investor
  • 47. Data Analysis In which of the company you would like to deal more and more time? Name of the company No. of people Prithvi finmart 67 Marwadi 18 Sherkhan 3 Angel 7 Max stock broking 5 Others 0
  • 48. Data Analysis Company 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 67 Company 18 3 Prithvi finmart Marwadi Shrekhan 7 5 Angel Max Stock broking
  • 49. Findings
  • 50. Findings • Awareness • Operators • Qualities • Process • Centers • Trepidation
  • 51. Suggestion
  • 52. Suggestion • Opportunity • Persuade • Allocation • Planning • Range • Inspiration
  • 53. Limitation
  • 54. Limitation • Area • Dimension • Results • Time
  • 55. Conclusion
  • 56. Conclusion After the complete of this project we are concluded that Commodity derivatives have a crucial role to play in the price risk management process. Especially in any agriculture dominated economy. Derivatives like forwards, futures, options, swaps etc are extensively used in many developed as well as developing countries in the world. However, they have been utilized in a very limited scale in India. The production, supply and distribution of many agricultural. Commodities are controlled by the government and only forwards and futures trading are permitted in certain commodity items.
  • 57. Thank You