Why is the Commodity Market Inaccessible to All? Measuring Investors’ Awareness Level and Penetration into Commodity Trading in South Tamil Nadu

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Dr. Ranganathan Venkatesan

Abstract

Nowadays commodity trading research is gaining greater attention among researchers. The reason is that commodity trading is the deciding factor of
product-price fixation, price- fluctuation gain, and economic development. The study attempts to find out the investor’s awareness level of commodity trading in
the region selected for the study and is impact. The sample size is 279, data was collected at Tiruvannamalai, Vellore and Kallakurichi districts of South Tamil
Nadu. The results show that lack of commodity trading awareness and technical knowledge is a real barrier to entering into trading. Still, most of the village people do not know much about commodity trading. Government, policymakers and trading agencies have the responsibility to create the awareness and educate the public to enable the people to be potential investors.

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Venkatesan, D. R. (2022). Why is the Commodity Market Inaccessible to All? Measuring Investors’ Awareness Level and Penetration into Commodity Trading in South Tamil Nadu. Bimaquest, 22(2). Retrieved from http://bimaquest.niapune.org.in/index.php/bimaquest/article/view/127
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