When the price of a coin drops, it can lead to a lucrative market for coin traders.
Coin traders in India are taking advantage of this.
In order to earn money, they must sell the coin.
In India, coins are traded in three levels: a trading level, a coin dealer’s level, and a money trade level.
The coin trader’s level is a low-risk area, where the coin trader does not expect to get paid.
Coin trader in India Coin traders can sell coins for as much as Rs. 50 lakh per coin.
Coin dealers have a much higher risk because of the high demand for the coin and the high turnover of the coin trade.
Money traders sell the coins at a profit.
They are the first to sell and the last to receive the profits.
Money trader in the capital Mumbai In Mumbai, the coin market is dominated by two coin dealers, one of whom sells coins at Rs. 25 lakh and the other at Rs 10 lakh per coins.
The traders of both of these coin dealers are highly skilled and are making a lot of money.
This is the kind of money that traders like me are looking for.
In my experience, the traders of coin dealers earn a lot more than traders of dealers in Mumbai.
But, I can’t give them any tips because I do not know the coin dealers well enough.
One of the traders in Mumbai who sells coins for Rs. 10 lakh to Rs. 20 lakh per piece of coin, told me that he pays Rs. 2,000 per coin for each coin he sells.
He said that this price is lower than the profit margins in coin trading, and he does not think that the coins are worth more than Rs. 500 per coin sold.
He says that he sells coins on a regular basis to the traders, who will sell them for Rs 3,000-4,000 each.
He also sells coins to other coin dealers in the area, who also sell coins.
He explained that he can earn a profit of Rs. 30 lakh per day from his coin trade, and Rs. 100,000 a day from selling coins to dealers.
I asked him how much money he earns from his business, but he declined to give me an exact figure.
I could not get in touch with him.
In another coin dealer, I met a woman who had sold coins for about Rs. 3,500 each for Rs 10,000.
The dealer also told me he earns Rs. 1,000 from selling his coins.
Coin trading is a risky business because it involves a lot risks.
But I do have some tips for coin trading.
One is to buy coins in bulk.
It will be cheaper to sell coins at an initial price, but the initial price of the coins will be higher when the coins get sold at the trader’s profit level.
In addition, it is important to make sure that the coin dealer has enough money to cover the coin price.
Another way to earn profit is by selling coins in advance.
This allows you to make more profit by selling the coins for higher price.
Coin dealer in Delhi As I was buying coins for the trading floor, I got an idea about how to sell them.
I was curious about the coin traders who are making money from coin trading in Delhi.
I wanted to know if they could sell coins to me for Rs 2,500-3,000 for the coins I am buying.
I also asked the coin-seller for his advice.
The reply came back: You can buy a coin for Rs 50,000 and sell it for Rs 1,500.
The answer came back with a smile.
I then asked him to tell me more about the trading level of coin traders in Delhi so that I can earn more money.
I received a call from the trader who sells a large number of coins.
It turns out that he is a coin-trader.
He told me the average profit margin in the market is about Rs 1 lakh per sale, which is higher than the market of traders in other cities.
I told him that I had received the answer and I would like to know more.
The trader said he has sold coins at the traders’ profit level for Rs 5,000 in Mumbai, Rs 2.5 lakh in Mumbai-NCR, Rs 1.8 lakh in Delhi and Rs 1 crore in Delhi-NC.
The coins are bought in bulk and sold in advance at Rs 20 lakh to a dealer in Mumbai at Rs 2 lakh each.
It is worth Rs 3 lakh to buy a penny coin in Delhi, and then sell it to the dealer in Hyderabad for Rs 100, Rs 10 and Rs 20 per coin respectively.
Coin-trading in Delhi Coin trading in the city of Delhi is dominated mostly by coin dealers and traders.
The market for coins in Delhi is very different from the market in other Indian cities, where traders are mostly traders.
In Delhi, coins can be bought for Rs 500 per piece