Why I Trade Thai Derivative Warrants

A Thai derivative warrant gives its owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell ordinary shares on, or before, a specific date in the future. There are two types: call and put. In simple terms a call warrant is a bet that the price of the underlying ordinary share will go up. … Read more

How to Short Sell the Thai Stock Market

Investors are often perplexed when it comes to the strategy of short selling. But it is not complex or difficult. Short selling is simply taking action to capitalize on falling market prices. A couple of months ago I wrote a long and detailed articled called How to Short Sell Thai Shares. I reviewed two different … Read more

Thai Stock Market Price Regulations

The trading environment within the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is very different from the NYSE and other western markets. This article provides an overview of the SET bid-offer spread, floor and ceiling limits, and circuit breaker function. It is important that you are familiar with the details of these regulations prior to commencing trading. … Read more