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Stock Markets Have Now Became the Casinos! All Thanks to 7 Days Weekly Options & Futures Contracts!!

Yeah, you heard it right, all thanks to the NSE (National Stock Exchange), after a circular issued in 2019 which made 7 days life expectancy of  shorter duration derivatives legal to be traded in exchanges. Well, for those who are not familiar with the term derivatives, these are a type of financial instruments or a product created out of an asset. In simple terms, you are not actually trading an "asset" but an "artificial asset" which derive its value from the original one. An example of this can be, suppose a boy named Hari wants a bike, but in order to do so he has to finance it and also bear the cost of its wear and tear while other costs like service and maintenance or running expenses like petrol too adds up to it. Instead buying a new one, he took a rental taxi whose rent was shared amongst four other people in order to lower down his transportation cost within a fixed or over a pre- determined time period.  Here, a rental taxi (a contract) is an artifi
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