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Vskills Certified Commodity Dealer is for beginner’s pursuing career in commodities market. The course focuses on imparting the necessary domain knowledge to acquaint the candidate with the ...

Vskills Certified Commodity Dealer is for beginner’s pursuing career in commodities market. The course focuses on imparting the necessary domain knowledge to acquaint the candidate with the operations and functionalities of commodities and derivative market in India. Commodity markets have a significant growth potential with the ability to benefit from rapid Indian economic growth, government initiatives and widening market participation.

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    • Certified Commodity Dealer VS-1093
    • Certified Commodity Dealer Certified Commodity Dealer VS-1093 Certificate Code VS-1093 Vskills Certified Commodity Dealer is for beginner’s pursuing career in commodities market. The course focuses on imparting the necessary domain knowledge to acquaint the candidate with the operations and functionalities of commodities and derivative market in India. Commodity markets have a significant growth potential with the ability to benefit from rapid Indian economic growth, government initiatives and widening market participation. Why should one take this certification? The certification provides an understanding of commodity market and practical aspects of commodities trading. The certification gives a visible recognition for your knowledge and is also beneficial for working professionals and people looking for a new job or promotion or simply more responsibility. The certification works as an added qualification on your CV and significantly improves your chances of getting the desired role. certification? Who will benefit from taking this certification? The certification is beneficial for traders, research analysts, dealers, investors, treasury managers as well as students looking forward for a career in this sector. Test Details: Duration: 60 minutes No. of questions: 50 Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module. Fee Structure: Rs. 3,000/- (Includes all taxes) www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer Companies that hire Vskills Certified Commodity Dealer Vskills Certified Commodity Dealer can look forward for rewarding career opportunities with commodities exchanges, retail firms, banks, mutual funds, broking firms, FMCG companies etc. The required skills may vary for each area but candidate must possess sound fundamental knowledge, skills to analyze and examine market and make necessary reports together with presentation skills. www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer Table of Content Introduction 1. Introduction to Commodity Markets 1.1 Commodity Exchanges in India 1.2 Global Commodity Markets 1.3 History of Commodity Derivatives in India 1.4 Policy Initiatives 1.5 Structure of the Indian Commodity Market 1.6 Parties of a Commodity Exchange & Trading 1.7 Latest Development 1.8 Benefits of Commodity Markets 2. Commodity Exchange Markets 2.1 The Role of Commodity Exchanges 2.2 List of Commodity Exchanges in India 2.3 Types of Commodities Traded in India 2.4 Active Commodities & Contracts on MCX 2.5 Active Commodities & Contracts on the NCDEX 3. Segments in Commodity Markets 3.1 OTC Markets 3.2 Exchange Traded Commodities 3.3 Spot Markets 3.4 Difference between Spot Vs Forward Transaction 3.5 Exchange traded VS OTC 4. Derivatives 4.1 Products 4.2 Functions 4.3 Clearing and Settlement System www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 4.4 Participants 4.5 Types of Derivatives Markets Commodity 5. Commodity and Financial Derivatives 5.1 Physical settlement 5.2 Delivery & Assignment 5.3 Warehousing 5.4 Forward Contracts 5.5 Introduction to Futures 5.6 Pricing Commodity Futures 5.7 Using Commodity Futures 6. Hedging and Speculation 6.1 Methods of Hedging 6.2 Short Hedge 6.3 Long Hedge 6.4 Hedge Ratio 6.5 Advantages and Disadvantages of Hedging 6.6 Speculation: Bullish Commodity, Buy Futures 6.7 Advantages and Disadvantages of Speculation 7. Introduction to Options 7.1 Difference between Futures and Options 7.2 Option Terminology 7.3 Types of Market Analysis 8. Trading 8.1 Futures Trading System 8.2 Entities in the Trading System 8.3 Commodity Futures Trading Cycle 8.4 Order Types and Trading Parameters 8.5 Order Entry on the Trading System www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 8.6 Margins for Trading in Futures 8.7 Charges 8.8 Hedge Limits 9. Clearing and Settlement 9.1 Clearing 9.1 Settlement 9.2 Warehousing 9.3 Indicative Warehouse Charges of NCDEX 10. Warehousing 10.1 Warehousing and commodity exchange 10.2 Quality of assets and functions 10.3 Role of an approved Registrar & Transfer agent and Assayer 10.4 Indicative warehouse charges 11. Risk Management & Margining 11.1 Calculating Initial Margin 12. Electronic Spot Exchange 12.1 Need for electronic Spot exchange 12.2 NCDEX Spot Exchange Ltd (NSPOT) 12.3 National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) 12.4 Constitution 12.5 Trading 12.6 Membership 12.7 Advantages 13. Regulatory Framework 13.1 Rules Governing commodity derivatives exchanges / participants 13.2 Rules Governing Trading & Clearing on the Exchange 13.3 Rules Governing Investor Grievances, Arbitration 13.4 Implications of VAT www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer Course Outline 1. Introduction to Commodity Markets 1.1 Explains the role of commodity exchanges in India 1.2 Discusses the global commodity markets across the world and their emergence 1.3 Discusses the evolution of commodity markets in BRIC Nations 1.4 Discusses the history of commodity derivatives in India 1.5 Discusses the various policy initiatives regulating forward contracts in commodities all over India 1.6 Describes the structure of the Indian commodity market and their roles respectively 1.7 Describes the role of various players in the commodity exchange & trading system 1.8 Discusses the future prospects, growth and latest development in the commodity exchange market in India 1.9 Explains the benefits of commodity markets in India 2. Commodity Exchange 2.1 Discusses the role of commodity exchanges in India facilitating trade 2.2 Describes the chief commodity exchanges in India – NCDEX, MCX, NMCEIL, ICEX 2.3 Discusses various types of commodities traded in India and their categorization 2.4 Discusses the active commodities and contracts on MCX and NCDEX 3. Segments in Commodity Markets 3.1 Explains the role of OTC markets and their functioning 3.2 Discusses the various exchange traded commodities 3.3 Discusses the functioning of spot markets, difference between spot & Forward transaction and exchange traded and OTC 4. Derivatives 4.1 Explains the meaning of derivatives and their function 4.2 Discusses the various products and instruments categorized as derivatives www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 4.3 Discusses the functions and benefits of derivatives 4.4 Describes the role of the various participants trading in the derivatives market 4.5 Discusses the types of derivatives markets - Financial and Commodity derivative market 4.6 Difference between commodity and financial derivatives on the basis of physical settlement, delivery & assignment, warehousing etc. 5. Commodity Derivatives 5.1 Explains the role and features of forward contracts 5.2 Discusses the limitation of forward market and contracts 5.3 Explain futures and standard features of future contracts 5.4 Explains the differences between future and forward contracts 5.5 Illustrates the various terminologies used in future contracts 5.6 Discusses the difference between investment assets and consumption assets 5.7 Discusses the process of pricing commodity futures 5.8 Discusses the process and features of pooling and bootstrapping 5.9 Discusses the Cost of Carry Model 5.10 Discusses the process of pricing future contracts on investment and consumption commodities 5.11 Explains the various methods of using commodity futures Hedging 6. Hedging , Speculation and Arbitrage 6.1 Explains the purpose, methods of hedging 6.2 Explains the meaning, purpose and benefits of short hedge and long hedge 6.3 Discusses the mechanism of hedge ratio 6.4 Discusses the advantages and limitations of hedging 6.5 Discusses advantages and disadvantages of hedging 6.6 Explains the meaning of speculation and optimal speculation strategies 6.7 Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of speculation 6.8 Discusses the concept of arbitrage and mechanism to implement arbitrage theory www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 7. Options 7.1 Describes the concept of option and various option terminologies 7.2 Discusses the difference between futures and options 7.3 Discusses the different approached used to perform market analysis – Technical, fundamental, quantitative and sentimental analysis 8. Trading 8.1 Discusses the functionalities of futures trading system 8.2 Discusses the various entities involved in the trading system such as TCM, PCM, STCM 8.3 Discusses the guidelines outlined for the allotment of client code 8.4 Explains the commodity futures trading cycle 8.5 Discusses the different order types and the required conditions or trading parameters to be fulfilled to enter trading system 8.6 Explains the meaning of each order entry on the trading system and their functionalities 8.7 Explains the process of placing order, maintaining order books and understanding net position 8.8 Explains the margins for trading in futures and the types of margins applicable to future trading in commodities 8.9 Discusses the various charges involved in trading through exchange such as transactional charges, collection, due date charges etc 8.10 Explains the hedging policy and the assignment of hedge limits and the prescribed conditions 9. Clearing and Settlement 9.1 Explains the three components involved in commodities exchange – Trading, clearing and settlement 9.2 Explains the process of clearing, role of clearing houses, mechanism of clearing, need of clearing banks and functions of depository participants 9.3 Explains the process of settlement, types of settlement, different types of settlement price, settlement mechanism and methods of settlement www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 10. Warehousing 10.1 Explains the concept of warehousing in terms of commodity exchange, applicable guideline 10.2 Discusses the quality of underlying assets and functions of a warehouse 10.3 Explains the role of an approved Registrar & Transfer agent and approved Assayer 10.4 Discusses the indicative warehouse charges of NCDEX 11. Risk 11. Risk Management & Margining 10.5 Explains the mechanism of managing risk in future market 10.6 Discusses the regulations and procedures for margins and limits applicable to members and their clients 10.7 Discusses the computations of initial margins using SPAN system 10.8 Illustrates the implementation aspect of margining and risk management 10.9 Explains the effect of violation 12. 12. Electronic Spot Exchange 12.1 Discusses the need for electronic spot exchange 12.2 Discusses the role and constitution of NCDEX Spot Exchange Ltd (NSPOT) 12.3 Discusses the role and constitution of National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) 12.4 Explains the process of trading, functionalities of the trading platform and the memberships offered 12.5 Illustrates the advantages of Electronic Spot Exchange to farmers, traders, arbitrageurs and future exchanges 13. Regulatory Framework 13.1 Discusses the rules governing commodity derivatives exchanges / participants 13.2 Discusses the rules governing trading & clearing on the exchange 13.3 Discusses the rules governing investor grievances, arbitration 13.4 Discusses the implication of VAT such as settlement on account of VAT, raising invoice www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer Sample Questions 1. An appreciation of the Rupee relative to the US Dollar would be expected to have which of the following effects? A. Increase US exports to India B. Increase US imports from India C. Raise the cost to Americans for Indian imports D. Create Balance of Payments surplus for India systems 2. Which of the systems occurred first in the history of international banking ? A. Post Bretton Woods B. European Monetary Union C. Gold Standard D. Gold Exchange Standard 3. When Americans or foreigners expect the return on _____ deposits to be high return relative to the return on _____ deposits, there is a higher demand for dollar deposits and a correspondingly lower demand for foreign deposits. deposits. A. dollar; dollar B. dollar; foreign C. foreign; dollar D. foreign; foreign 4. If the French demand for American exports rises at the same time that U.S. the productivity rises relative to French productivity, then, in the long run, A. the euro should appreciate relative to the dollar B. the dollar should depreciate relative to the euro C. the dollar should appreciate relative to the euro D. it is not clear whether the euro should appreciate or depreciate relative to the dollar. www.vskills.in
    • Certified Commodity Dealer 5. If portable disk players made in China are imported into the United States, the Chinese manufacturer is paid in A. Dollars B. Chinese Yuan C. Euros or some third currency D. International monetary credits Answer: 1 (C), 2 (C), 3 (B), 4 (C), 5 (B) www.vskills.in