MCX Cotton Live Chart
The below MCX Cotton Live Chart and power levels are updated between 9.15 to 9.30 am everyday. You can make use of the below live charts and power levels to make your own trading decisions.
In this page, you will get detailed information about Cotton Futures, such as Cotton Futures live quotes / prices and real-time 5 min, 1 hour , historical chart, buy & sell signal levels for intraday, short term positional & long term positional trading.
MCX Cotton Price Charts
Commodity Cotton Streaming Interactive Real Time 5 Mins Intraday Chart
In the above interactive chart, you will get detailed information about Cotton Futures. Such as Cotton Futures live quotes / prices and Cotton Futures real-time 5 min, 15 min, 1 hour, daily (End of the day), weekly, monthly and historical chart.
Above MCX India cotton price chart is powered by investing com. You can make use of the above interactive chart to draw your own studies and analysis. The default chart pattern is set as candlestick and default time frame is set as 5 mins intraday chart. You can personalize the above future trading chart cotton 2 price chart by modifying the default time frame, default bar's style, adding tools for technical analysis and a lot more, possibilities are limitless.
In the left bottom horizontal bar (image shown below), various time periods are given, one can make use of the time period feature to check the long term historical price chart of cotton such as 1 year, 5 years , 10 years, 20 years, even 50 years.
MCX Cotton Historical Chart
Cotton is a natural cellulose fiber obtained from the fructified flowers of the cotton plant. It's fibers are widely used to manufacture fabric and even as food in some parts of the world. The different qualities of cotton are determined on the following basis:
Grade: Refers to the external appearance of the fiber.
Color: Whiteness of the cotton color
Length: Length of the fibers helps determine strength and durability.
Character: Refers to origin, variety and maturity.
Cotton fiber is a breathable material which is soft, absorbent and retains color. These properties make it the best raw material for manufacturing fabrics for clothing. It can hold up to twenty seven times of its weight in water and also becomes stronger when wet. It is not a good conductor of electricity.
Cotton shrubs usually grow in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Some countries with the highest productions of cotton are USA, Brazil, Pakistan and Turkey.
The grown flowers of the cotton plant shed their petals to give way to a shell or capsule which contains the cotton seeds. Upon maturity the capsule opens to reveal a cotton ball and five or more seeds. At the time of harvesting, the cotton balls are husked to separate the seeds from the fiber before combing the fibers to eliminate impurities.
Cotton is used most commonly for –
Apparel manufacturing – A wide range of textile manufacturing industries use cotton as the primary raw material to weave fabric for apparel
Home furnishing – It is used to manufacture fabric for curtains, carpets, bedsheets, towels etc.
Medical applications – It is used directly to dress wounds and also to manufacture bandages or plasters.
Other uses of cotton include manufacturing of ropes, cords, fishnets, tents and for book binding.