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CHAPTER 1 - RESEARCH METHDOLOGY 
Objective of the Study
To study the perception of investors of commodity market
Sub Objectives
:
1.To study the growth of commodity markets2. To find out the investment pattern of investors in commodity market on the basis of income,age, occupation,
etc………
 
Research Design-DescriptiveSample Design
In this study convenient random sampling method is used to select therespondents. The sample size is 30 respondents.
Source of Data
The various sources of data are1.
 
Primary Sources, which includes questionnaire.2.
 
Secondary data which includes books internet etc.
Tools for Data Collection
The questionnaire is the tool used for data collection.
Analyses and Interpretation
The various tools for analysis used are graphs, charts, percentage growth, secondarydata.
Limitations and Constrains
 
Constraint of time.
 
Lack of resources
 
Cost Constraint.
 
Respondents are limited to Ahmedabad city.
 
COMMODITY FUTURES- INVESTORS PERCEPTION
N. R. INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2
CHAPTER 2
INTODUCTION TO INDIAN FINANCIALSYSTEM
The Indian financial system consists of many institutions, instruments andmarkets. Financial instruments range from the common coins, currency notes andcheques, to the more exotic futures swaps of high finance.The Indian financial system is broadly classified into 2 broad Groups:-1. Organized Sector2. Unorganized Sector
1. ORGANISED SECTOR
The organized sector consists of: -
 
i). Financial institutions
a) Regulatory
The regulatory institutions are the ones, which forms the regulations, andcontrol the Indian financial system. The Reserve Bank of India is the regulatory body,which regulates, guides controls and promotes the IFS.
b) Financial intermediaries
They are the intermediaries who intermediate between the saver and investors.They lend money as well mobilizes savings; their liabilities are towards ultimatesavers, while their assets are from the investors or borrowers.They can be further classified into

Banking: -
All banking institutions are intermediaries.

Non-Banking: -
Some Non-Banking institutions also act as intermediaries, and whenthey do so they are known as Non-Banking Financial Intermediaries.UTI, LIC,
GIC & NABARD are some of the NBFC‟s in Ind
ia.
c) Non intermediaries:-
Non-intermediaries institutions do the loan business but their resources are notdirectly obtained from the saver.
 
COMMODITY FUTURES- INVESTORS PERCEPTION
N. R. INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3
ii. Financial Markets
Financial Markets are the centers or arrangements that provide facilities forbuying & selling offinancial claims and services. Financial markets can be classifiedinto: -

Organized markets
These markets comprise of corporations, financial institutions,individuals and governments whotrade in these markets either directly orindirectly through brokers on organized exchanges or offices.

Unorganized markets
The financial transactions, which take place outside the well-establishedexchanges or withoutsystematic and orderly structure or arrangementsconstitutes the unorganized markets. They generallyrefer to the markets in thevillages.

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