Equity Margin Calculator

With the help of TradeSmart Equity margin calculator, check out how many shares you can buy with the available margin in your account.


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Margin Against Shares

September 19, 2018

Margin against Shares (MAS) in Demat Account: Real Significance to Know

Stock brokers in India provide a plethora of services to their clients. Have you heard about an additional service called Margin against Securities/Shares (MAS)? What is MAS? ...

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The equity margin calculator enables you to insert your equity stocks trade and helps in understanding the margin necessity. TradeSmart equity futures margin calculator allows you to check how many shares you can buy through the margin available in your account. The equity margin calculator is used to calculate the margin you will get for intraday and delivery based on your order details. You can use it as an NSE equity margin calculator by inserting a single input at a time. The margin is computed based on the latest risk parameter.

Span margin calculator

The TradeSmart span margin calculator is an online trading tool that helps you calculate the span margin necessities for option shorting/writing during trading equity, commodity, currency, and F&O before taking trades. The Span—Standardised Portfolio Analysis of Risk margin calculator helps evaluate the exposure and span margin based on underlying price moments and volatility. The span margin calculator is used to calculate values depending on the day you use the calculator. It can also be used to evaluate the span margins needed for trades established on the NSE - Currency Derivatives Segment and NSE- Derivatives Segment.


Value at risk margin

Value at risk margin measures the risk of loss of value of a portfolio or a share based on a statistical analysis of price volatilities and trends. Value at risk margin is disclosed by the exchanges several times through a one-day prospect.


Extreme loss margin

Extreme loss margin aims to cover the losses that could occur over the value at risk margins coverage. The extreme loss margin should be 2 per cent for ETFs and 3.5 per cent for any stock. It does not involve ETFs that track sectoral indices. It does not include netting off of trades over several settlements.

Common questions

Volatility refers to the uncertainty arising because of changes in the prices of shares. It is necessary to understand volatility as it has a major impact on how to calculate margins.

Equity margin calculator BSE is used to calculate the margin you will get for intraday and delivery based on your order details.

Yes, margin benefit is given for positions in options and futures contracts on the same underlying basis.

Value at risk margin measures the risk of loss of value of a portfolio or a share based on a statistical analysis of price volatilities and trends.

There are two types of margins collected in the F&O segment:
○ Exposure margin
○ Initial margin

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