Lower inflation should result in lower overnight bank rates which should result in a declining currency value.
This is why I trade options. Leverage. When I look at a stock that I feel (no guarantees, of course) is about to have a run up, options are the way to get the most leverage. I saw a potential 50% increase in this stock, and the typical investor might consider buying some on margin. 100 shares, $15000 cost, $7500 out of pocket. Stock rises to $210, a $6000 ...
Well firstly I've know many professional investors (hedge fund portfolio managers) who traded forex, futures and options who knew little about stocks.
Some benefits of trading futures, forex and options are that they can be very liquid (but not always), and give easy access to leverage. Getting leverage for stock trading requires loans of some kind and that ...
Here is a link that shows currency option activity during regular market hours:
An option has an expensive premium to pay but limits the amount of loss that is possible.
I would instead take futures currency positions or over-the-counter ...
Each participating bank (at least sender and receiver, maybe more) takes a fee. The sender of the money tells his bank how he wants the fees treated:
'sender pays it all' - this results in the sending bank taking a flat rate chunk of money, and paying all fees through the chain
'receiver pays it all' - this results in the receiver bank taking a flat rate ...
So a few things to talk about re: your question:
1. Be wary of articles like that
There's a ton of them, and although they all look to be legitimately comparing pros and cons, make no mistake that they are collecting commissions. Often they collect commission or referral fees from both so it doesn't matter which you choose.
It doesn't mean that there isn'...
That is not the right PnL. You'll be buying the USD back at a rate of 59, not 65. The majority of your PnL (vs doing nothing) will come from the deposit.
convert to 6m INR at 60 USDINR
deposit 6m INR @ 7.5%
6m x (1.075) = 6.45m INR
convert to USD, 6m INR @ 59 USDINR (the terms of the futures contract) = 101,695 USD
You still ...
Just a wild guess, but it could be a sync issue. I've seen apps like WeBull, RobinHood, and MarketWatch all have differing prices on securities vs their online counterpart. Just yesterday the option chains on Robinhood's app vs the website were off a few dollars here and there. If in doubt I'd probably go with the website over the app.
This seems to be scam. Stay away from it. One cannot legally send cash in box. Depending on the reasons there is tax implications and various provisions of foreign currency management act.
The next is more likely someone claiming to be custom official or law enforcement asking for money.