FINANCIAL MARKETS

FINANCIAL MARKETS

A Financial Market is a broad term describing any Marketplace where buyers and sellers participate in the Trade of and the Investment in Assets such as Equities, Bonds, Currencies and Derivatives.

Introduction - Types Of Financial Markets And Their Roles

A Financial Market is a broad term describing any Marketplace where buyers and sellers participate in the trade of assets such as Equities, Bonds, Currencies and Derivatives. Financial Markets are typically defined by having transparent pricing, basic regulations on trading, costs and fees, and market forces determining the prices of securities that trade.

Financial Markets can be found in nearly every nation in the world. Some are very small, with only a few participants, while others - like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the forex markets - trade trillions of dollars daily.
 
Investors have access to a large number of Financial Markets and exchanges representing a vast array of financial products. Some of these markets have always been open to Private Investors; others remained the exclusive domain of major International Banks and Financial Professionals until the very end of the twentieth century.  CLICK above LINK in Red for Full Article.
 
 POPULAR  FINANCIAL MARKETS :
1)    Capital Markets ( Stock + Bond Markets ). 
2)    Money Market ( Certificate's of Deposits + Treasury Bills, etc. ).
3)    Cash or Spot Market (  Complex and Delicate ony for Experienced Investors ).
4)    Derivatives Market ( Forwards, Futures, Options, Swops, etc. ).
5)    Forex and Interbank Market ( Currency Trading ).
6)    Primary Markets  vs  Secondary Markets ( Understand the Differnece ).
7)    OTC  Market  ( Over-the-Counter Market ) - Stocks not  traded on a Stock Exchange.
8)    Third and Fourth Markets ( Large Institutional Trading ). 

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