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What is a derivative?

 

A derivative is a security whose price is dependant on or derived from one or more underlying assets. The derivative itself is just a contract between two or more parties that’s value is determined on the fluctuations of the underlying assets. The most common assets include; stocks, interest rates, bonds, currencies, commodities and market indexes.

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