Financial instruments are classified as financial instruments, cash investment instruments and derivative investment instruments. Cash investment instruments are also divided into fixed-income financial instruments and variable-income financial instruments. Fixed-income financial instruments include deposits, government bonds, treasury bills and private sector bonds. What are the investment instruments that make it winning?
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Foreign currency is the investment in foreign currencies. Foreign exchange investments with Forex markets are available 24 hours a day. Thanks to its product range, you can even invest in foreign foreign currency such as Norwegian krona, Chinese yuan, South African rand.
Stocks are investment instruments that are traded in the stock market of the country concerned, fundamentally the right to partnership with the stock company, the price determined by the free market according to supply and demand.
Treasury bills are government domestic debt securities issued by the Treasury of the country concerned and less than one year old.
Futures are divided into counter-futures and futures traded in organized markets. There is no stock exchange in the futures futures. These transactions are between two institutions or individuals and there is no barter guarantee. For example, forward operations, options.
Government bonds are government debt securities issued by the Treasury of the relevant country, whose maturities are not less than one year. The most liquid government bond issued by the CBRT is called the benchmark bond, which is used as benchmark interest on the market.