Derivative Trading

Derivative Trading / Futures Trading is often referred to as a risky, complex, and highly volatile, so only suitable for people who have strong business skills. Therefore, before engaging in this activity, you must first:

Consider your experience in the financial field, goals, finances, and how prepared to suffer loss, calculated from the first payment you without affecting your finances.

Understand and comprehend futures contract, as well as any obligations that must be met when you perform the contract trades.

Understand and comprehend the possibility of risks and various other aspects of the trade, as contained in Document Risk Notification (Risk Disclosure Statement), which is delivered to your Broker.

Knowing who can / should be contacted if you encounter problems or need to ask a question.

Derivatives market is a two-way market, where customers have the opportunity to be able to take advantage not only in times of rising prices, but also when the price drops. This means that when the market is rising (price rise), the customer can take long positions (buy) first and then liquidated by way of sale (sell), so if the market is down (prices fall) then the customer can take a short position (sell) first and then liquidated the long positions (buy).

Ease Derivative Trading in Investing

Margin-based trading makes transactions simple, done with a basic roll-over that does not involve the movement of funds in any form. Despite the sale and purchase transactions, the customer may at any time liquidate its position by buying or selling or otherwise. The customer’s account will be debited or credited depending on whether the liquidation of the customer experience a gain or loss.

Initial Margin

Initial margin (initial margin) is the amount of money necessary the first time as a sign of ‘good faith’ to open the account as the access to get into the market. As a member of the Jakarta Futures Exchange are strictly prohibited to provide credit facilities for customers, then all accounts should be opened in full no margin value / nominal required.Initial margin must be deposited in a separate brokerage account (segregated accounts) and will be monitored by the Clearing House from time to time.

Effects Leverasi

Leverasi is a facility or power provided to customers, so that customers only use a small amount of margin to be able to transact a much larger contract.This means that derivative transactions (futures) based margin value is relatively very small (<10%) compared with the value of the contract is traded.Examples on foreign exchange contracts (forex) with only money (margin) $ 1000 had been able to conduct transactions on a contract worth $ 100,000 so the margin required is only 1%.

Technical Analysis

Study Technical Analysis

Type of chart (graph) there are 4 forms, including:

Line chart (line graph)

Is the shape of the original graph, consisting of a line connecting the price prices established for a certain period of time.

Bar Chart (Graph)

Is a chart of the most popular and commonly used, includes four main components.

Candlestick chart (Figure Candles)

Developed by the Japanese around 1750 and became popular among new non-Asian traders beginning in the 1980s. Almost the same as the bar chart only makes it easier to see.

Trend (Direction) and Trend Line

Trend is an important overview of technical analysis. Trend is our friend, from the experience of the very important market trend / direction must be strictly observed and noted. Trend simply indicate the direction of the market movement, trends can be:

Up Trend / Bullish (Up Trend)

Down Trend / bearish (Down Trend)

Sideway trend / Trading Range

Trend Line (Trend Line)

Trend Line Break Out

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental Analysis For Stock Market

Fundamental analysis is the study of economics, industry, and company conditions to take into account the value of the shares of the company. Fundamental analysis focuses on key data in the financial statements to take into account whether the company’s stock price has been in appreciation accurately.

In general, to analyze companies using fundamental analysis consists of four steps:

Calculate the overall economic conditions

Economic conditions studied to take into account if overall economic conditions better for the stock market. Is the inflation rate is high or low? Are interest rates going up or down? Are consumers unsure or hesitant in spending money? Is the trade balance profit or loss? Is the money supply goes up or down?It is partly a question of fundamental analyst asked to take into account if overall economic conditions good for the stock market.

Calculating the overall industry conditions

Industry in which the company is located directly affect the company’s future. Even the most favorable stocks can produce mediocre returns if they are in an industry that is being earned. Usually a weak stock in a strong industry preferred over strong stock in a weak industry.

Calculate the condition of the company

Having seen the industry from an economic standpoint and we need to take into account the financial health of a company. If a company that we have economic and industry analysis was good but we did not calculate the condition that the company would be in vain was all that we do fundamental analysis.Because the stock market is a market where all the expectations of the shareholders expect the company to always generate profits at the end of this income will be distributed to the shareholders that we are familiar with the term dividends. Although not all shareholders do not expect this dividend because basically gains from the stock game is not only the dividend, but there is also what is called the capital gains are profits from stock price fluctuations that normally expected by investors who have time horizons short. Calculate the condition of the company is usually done using financial ratios. Ratio broadly divided into 5 main categories, among others, namely: profitability (profit), price (price), liquidity (liquidity), Leverage (support), and efficiensi (efficiency).

Fundamental Analysis for Financial Markets & Gold

Fundamental analysis is the study of economics, politics, finance, the exchange rate to take into account a country’s currency exchange rate against other currencies. Any good news that relate directly or indirectly to the economy can be a fundamental factor noteworthy. The news can be news concerning economic changes, changes in interest rates, the presidential election, an uprising in the state government, natural disasters, and others. Fundamental factors that are broad and complex can be grouped into four broad categories, namely:

  1. Economic Factors
  2. In menganaisa factors that affect a country’s economic fundamentals, economic indicator is one factor that can not be separated and are an important part of the overall fundamentals themselves.

  3. Political Factors
  4. Political factors, as one means of indicators to predict exchange rate movements, it is very difficult to know the timing / timing of certainty and to determine their impact on exchange rate fluctuations. There are times when a political developments have an impact on exchange rate movements, but sometimes do not bring any impact on exchange rate movements.

  5. Financial Factors
  6. Financial factors are very important in doing Fundamental Analysis. The change in the monetary and fiscal policies implemented by the government, especially in terms of policies relating to changes in interest rates, will have significant impact on changes in economic fundamentals. This policy change also affects the value of the currency. The interest rate is a determinant untama value of a currency exchange in addition to other indicators such as the amount of money in circulation. The general rule regarding the policy interest rate is the interest rate the higher the interest rate the stronger exchange rate. However, sometimes there is one that pegertian uku interest rate hikes will automatically trigger a higher exchange rate maa domentik money. Attention to the interest rate should be primarily focused on real interest rates, not the nominal interest rate. This is because the calculation of real interest rates have included a variable rate of inflation in it.

  7. External Factors
  8. External factors can bring significant changes to the exchange rate of a country. Economic changes occurring in a country can have an impact (regional effect) to the economy of other countries that are in the same region. In an era of global asset allocation, portfolio capital flows are no longer knows the boundaries of the country. fund managers, investors, and hedge funds that invest globally, so the change in the economy, not only in the sphere of the state, but also extends into the realm of the area / region specific.

Balance of Payment

Balance of Payment is a balance sheet that consists of all activities of international economic transactions of a country, both commercially and financially, with other countries in a given period. Balance of Payment reflects all transactions between residents, government and employers of domestic and foreign parties, such as export and import transactions, investment portfolio, transactions between the Central Bank and others.

A commonly used indicator is the tr

Management Risk

System Management Risk


  1. Trading Strategy
  2. Hedging System
  3. Switching System
  4. Averaging System
  5. Cut / Stop Loss System