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Derivatives in India

  1. 1. DERIVATIVES<br />A product whose value is derived from the value of one or more basic variables, called bases (underlying asset, index or reference rate ), in a contractual manner. <br />The underlying asset can be equity ,forex commodity or any other asset.<br />
  2. 2. EMERGENCE OF DERIVATIVES<br /><ul><li>Emerged because of need of farmers.
  3. 3. In 1650- Yodoya rice market in Osaka, Japan.
  4. 4. In 1848, CBOT is formed.
  5. 5. In 1865, CBOT started exchange traded derivatives.</li></li></ul><li>DERIVATIVES MARKET IN INDIA<br /><ul><li>Functioning in India since 19th century through establishment of Cotton Trade Association in 1875.
  6. 6. Instrument got Momentum after the liberalization process of RBI in 1991
  7. 7. In July 1999, Derivatives trading commenced in India
  8. 8. Exchange Traded Derivatives introduced in June 2000 in NSE & BSE
  9. 9. On 2nd July, 2001 NSE became the first exchange to introduce options on Individual securities</li></li></ul><li>NEED FOR DERIVATIVES MARKET IN INDIA<br /><ul><li>To increase integration of financial market with the international market.
  10. 10. Providing economic agents a wider choice of risk management strategies.
  11. 11. Increase volatility in asset prices in financial market</li></li></ul><li>IMPORTANCE OF DERIVATIVES<br /><ul><li>Managing Risk
  12. 12. Speculation
  13. 13. High Leverage
  14. 14. Arbitrage
  15. 15. Hedging Mechanism</li></li></ul><li>PARTICIPANTS IN DERIVATIVES MARKET<br /><ul><li>Hedgers
  16. 16. Speculators
  17. 17. Arbitrageurs</li></li></ul><li>TYPES OF DERIVATIVES CONTRACTS<br /><ul><li>OTC (Over-the-counter)
  18. 18. ETD (Exchange-traded-derivatives)</li></li></ul><li>TYPES OF DERIVATIVES<br /><ul><li> Forwards</li></ul> A forward contract is customized contract between two entities, where settlement takes place on a specific date in the future at today’s pre-agreed price. <br /><ul><li>Futures</li></ul> <br /> An agreement between two parties to buy or sell an asset at a certain time in the future at a certain price. Futures contacts are special types of forward contracts in the contracts in the sense that the former are standardized exchange-traded contracts.<br /> Index Futures<br />  Stock Futures<br />
  19. 19. <ul><li>Options</li></ul> In options the buyer enjoys the right and not the obligation, to buy or sell the underlying asset. <br /> Options are of two types – calls and puts. <br />(a) Call option – a right to buy an asset at a predetermined price (strike price ) on or before a specific date<br />If asset price is higher than the strike price Option is In The Money<br />If asset price is exactly at the strike price Option is At The Money<br />If asset price is below the strike price Option is Out Of The Money<br />
  20. 20. (b) Put option – a right to sell an asset at a predetermined price on or before a specific date<br />If asset price is lower than the strike price Option is In The Money<br />If asset price is exactly at the strike price Option is At The Money<br />If asset price is higher than the strike price Option is Out Of The Money<br />
  21. 21. DIFFERENT TERMINOLOGIES<br /><ul><li>Contract cycle
  22. 22. Spot price
  23. 23. Initial Margin
  24. 24. Maintenance margin
  25. 25. Open interest</li></ul>Index options<br />Stock options<br /><ul><li>Option Seller - One who gives/writes the option. He has an obligation to perform, in case option buyer desires to exercise his option.
  26. 26. Option Buyer - One who buys the option. He has the right to exercise the option but no obligation.
  27. 27. American Option - An option which can be exercised anytime on or before the expiry date.
  28. 28. European Option - An option which can be exercised only on expiry date.
  29. 29. Strike Price/ Exercise Price - Price at which the option is to be exercised.
  30. 30. Expiration Date - Date on which the option expires.
  31. 31. Option Premium - The price paid by the option buyer to the option seller for granting the option.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>SWAPS</li></ul>It is an agreement between two parties to exchange sequences of cash flows for a set period of time.<br />Most common are Interest rate swaps and Currency Swaps<br />Example:<br />TERMS: Notional amount-10 lakhs<br /> Maturity- 5 years<br /> Fixed rate payer-Mr.A<br /> Floating rate payer- Mr.B<br /> Fixed Rate-10%, semiannual <br />Floating rate- 3 month<br />
  32. 32. TRADING STRATEGIES TO MINIMIZE RISK AND MAXIMIZE RETURNS<br /><ul><li>WHEN BULLISH MARKET</li></ul>BULL CALL SPREAD For Investors who are bullish but at the same time conservative BUY A CALL CLOSER TO SPOT PRICE & WRITE A CALL WITH A HIGHER PRICE In a market that has bottomed out, when stocks rise, they rise in small steps for a short duration. Bull Call Spread can be Used where gains & losses are limited. <br /> Reliance Spot Price = Rs.250 Premium of 260 CA = Rs.10 Premium of 270 CA = Rs. 6 Strategy – Buy 260 CA @ Rs.10 & Sell 270 CA @ Rs.6 Net Outflow = Rs.4  <br />
  33. 33. Risk is Low & confined to Spread. Return is also limited.  While Trading try to minimize the Spread.<br />
  34. 34. BULL PUT SPREAD<br />For Investors who are bullish but at the same time conservative<br /> Write a PUT Option with a higher Strike Price and Buy a Put Option with a lower Strike Price Reliance Spot Price = Rs.270Premium on Rs. 270 PA = Rs.12Premium on Rs. 250 PA = Rs. 3Sell Rs.270 PA and Buy Rs.250 PANet Inflow = Rs. 9 <br />
  35. 35. <ul><li>WHEN BEARISH MARKET</li></ul>BEAR PUT SPREAD<br />Again a LOW RISK, LOW RETURN Strategy Gains as Well as Losses are Limited<br />BUY PUT OPTION AT A HIGHER STRIKE PRICE AND SELL ANOTHER WITH A LOWER STRIKE PRICE<br />Profit Accrues when the price of underlying stock goes down.<br />Reliance Spot Price = Rs.260<br />Premium on Rs. 250 PA = Rs. 6<br />Premium on Rs. 230 PA = Rs. 2 <br />BUY Rs.250 PA and SELL Rs.230 PA<br />Net Outflow = Rs. 4 <br />Stock Price at Expiration Net Profit/ Loss<br />200 + 16 (+50-30-4)<br />230 + 16 (+20-4)<br />250 - 4 Both options expire w’thles<br />270 - 4 Both options expire w’thles<br />300- 4 Both options expire w’thles  <br />Maximum Possible Profit = Rs.16 & Loss = Rs.4<br />Limited Upside & Downside<br />
  36. 36. BEAR CALL SPREAD<br />Low Risk Low Reward Strategy<br /> Sell a Call Option with a Lower Strike Price and Buying a Call Option with a Higher Strike Price <br />RelianceSpot Price = Rs.270<br />Premium on Rs. 290 CA = Rs. 5<br />Premium on Rs. 270 CA = Rs. 12<br />Sell Rs.270 CA and Buy Rs.290 CA<br />Net Inflow = Rs. 7<br /> <br />Stock Price at Expiration Net Profit/ Loss<br /> <br />230 + 7 (Both Options expire worthless )<br />250 + 7 (Both Options expire worthless )<br />270 + 7 ((Both Options expire worthless)<br />300 - 13 (-30+10+7)<br />350 - 13 ( -80+60+7) <br /> <br />Maximum Possible Profit = Rs.7 & Loss = Rs.13<br />Limited Upside & Downside<br />
  37. 37. <ul><li>WHEN VOLATILE MARKETSTRADDLE</li></ul>Long Straddle<br />Buying a Straddle is simultaneous purchase of a CALL & PUT option for a Stock, with same expiration date & Strike Price. <br />Why Straddle – If you expect the stock to fluctuate wildly but unsure of the direction. Enables investors to make profits on both upward and downward fluctuation of stock. Potential gain can be unlimited  <br /> Satyam Computers<br /> Spot Price = Rs. 250<br /> Premium on Rs. 250 CA = Rs. 12<br />Premium on Rs. 250 PA = Rs. 12<br />BUY Rs. 250 CA and Rs. 250 PA<br /> <br />You Start making profits if Price goes above Rs. 274 or goes below Rs. 226<br />
  38. 38. STRANGLE<br />Long Strangle<br />Buying a Strangle is simultaneous purchase of Out of Money CALL & PUT option for a Stock, with same expiration date. <br />Satyam Computers<br /> Spot Price = Rs. 250<br /> Premium on Rs. 270 CA = Rs. 5<br /> Premium on Rs. 230 PA = Rs. 5<br /> BUY Rs. 270 CA and Rs. 230 PA<br /> Total Premium Paid = Rs. 10<br /> <br /> You Start making profits if Price goes above Rs. 280 or goes below Rs. 220<br /> <br />
  39. 39. <ul><li>WHEN SIDEWAYS MARKETSHORT STRADDLE</li></ul>WRITE CALL & PUT OPTIONS <br />If you expect the Stock to show very little volatility, it is worthwhile to write a call & put option. <br />Reliance Petroleum – has been range bound for the last 3 months. You don’t expect it to move up or down too much. <br /> RPL Spot Price Rs. 25<br /> Premium of Rs.25 CA Rs. 1.5<br /> Premium on Rs.25 PA Rs. 1.5 <br /> Sell Rs.25 CA and Rs.25 PA. <br />  Total Premium Received = Rs.3 . <br /> <br /> Investor incurs a loss incase price drops below Rs. 22 or goes up above Rs. 28<br /> <br />Risky Strategy since profits limited but losses unlimited.<br />
  40. 40. SHORT STRANGLE <br />SELL OUT OF MONEY CALL & PUT OPTIONS<br /> Reliance Spot Price = Rs.270<br />Premium on Rs. 250 PA= Rs.5<br />Premium on Rs. 290 CA = Rs.4<br />Sell Reliance Rs. 250 PA @ Rs.5 and sell Rs.290 CA @ Rs.4. <br /> <br />Total Premium Received = Rs. 9<br />You start incurring a loss if price goes above Rs. 299 or drops below Rs. 241<br /> <br />
  41. 41. Future of Derivatives Market in India<br /><ul><li>Future of Indian derivatives market is bright</li></ul>Because:<br /> -SEBI allowed stock exchanges to offer incentives to brokers for generating volumes in illiquid securities in equity derivatives segment. <br /> -The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) will add 135 stocks to its futures and options segment from August 2011 <br /> -In only 11 years Indian moves to fifth largest derivatives exchange in the world<br /> -India has the highest no. of listed companies on exchanges as compared to the other exchanges of the world. <br />
  42. 42. Comparison of Global Derivates Market with Indian Market Top 5 exchanges by number of single stock futures contracts traded in 1st half of 2010<br />
  43. 43. Top 5 exchanges by number of stock index options contracts traded in 1st half of 2010<br />
  44. 44. Top 5 exchanges by number of stock index futures contracts traded in 1st half of 2010<br />
  45. 45. THANK YOU<br />

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