A share is one of a finite number of equal portions in the capital of a company, mutual fund or limited partnership, entitling the owner to a proportion of distributed, non-reinvested profits known as dividends and to a portion of the value of the company in case of liquidation. Dividends are not guaranteed. They may be increased if the company performs well, but they may also be reduced or eliminated if the company performs poorly.

So when you purchase shares, you become part owner of a company. As an owner, you are usually entitled to voting rights on the board of directors and corporate policy.

First Futures provides a seamless online real-time platform to buy or sell shares on NSE at the click of a mouse. By integrating your bank, demat and trading accounts, we have ensured that share trading is made easy for you. You have no more worries about issuing cheques at the time of buying shares or delivery instructions when you sell.You can place your orders online, calling our nearest branch or at head office.

Our website provides a plethora of information and services so that you can make informed decisions.

In order to facilitate our clients in managing their finance related issues, we are instrumental in providing them with financial advices. Imparted by some of the finance experts of our team, our advisory services are sure to help out our clients in the efficient investment.

All our individual clients are provided with user id to access our back office to know their trading details and accounts.


The terms “commodities” and “futures” are often used to describe commodity trading or futures trading. You can think of them as generic terms to describe the markets. It is similar to the way “stocks” and “equities” are used when investors talk about the stock market. To be more specific, this is what they really mean: Commodities are the actual physical goods like corn, soybeans, gold, crude oil, etc. Futures are contracts of commodities that are traded at a futures exchange like MCX (Multi Commodities Exchange). Futures contracts have expanded beyond just commodities; now there are futures contracts on financial markets like the S&P 500, t-notes, currencies and many others.


Currency futures are standardized foreign exchange derivative contracts traded on a stock exchange to buy or sell one currency against another on a specified future date, at a price specified on the date of contract, but does not include a forward contract.

The Currency Derivatives trading system of NSE, called NEAT-CDS (National Exchange for Automated Trading – Currency Derivatives Segment) trading System, provides a fully automated screen-based trading for currency futures on a nationwide basis as well as an online monitoring and surveillance Mechanism. It supports an order driven market and provides complete Transparency of trading operations. The online trading system is similar to that of trading of equity derivatives in the Futures & Options (F&O) segment of NSE.

Devoid of jargon, currency derivatives can be described as contracts between the sellers and buyers, whose values are to be derived from the underlying assets, the currency amounts. These are basically risk management tools in forex and money markets used for hedging risks and act as insurance against unforeseen and unpredictable currency and interest rate movements. Any individual or corporate expecting to receive or pay certain amounts in foreign currencies at future date can use these products to opt for a fixed rate – at which the currencies can be exchanged now itself. Risks arising out of borrowings, in foreign currency, due to currency rate and interest rate movements can be contained. If receivables or payments or expenditure are denominated or to be incurred in multiple currencies, derivatives can be used for matching the inflows and outflows.

We are members of NSE & MCX-SX for currency trading.

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