Hedging In The Middle Ages - Deepstash

Hedging In The Middle Ages

Future markets are nothing new, and before the stock market, they existed in many places in the form of crop trade, back in the middle ages.

Farmers would hedge their risks by selling their crops to consumers at preset prices on a predetermined future date. This provided assurance to a risk-averse farmer that his crop price would not fluctuate in the future.

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