As per the Exchange Circular, the 3rd phase of Peak Margin Reporting shall be implemented from 1st June, 2021. As per this circular, the highest margin utilized by the client during the day needs to be collected and reported. Impact of this new circular on traders This circular is important for intraday traders using margins […]
SEBI has come up with the new margin framework for derivatives to keep up pace with the changing market dynamics and to bring more efficiency in the risk management framework. This new framework shall help in margin reduction for hedged contracts. The change in margin framework shall be effective from 1st June, 2020 as per […]
This is one of the frequently asked queries by traders wherein the price at which the execution took place is not visible on broker’s platform, charts, NSE Website, etc. This may happen due to the below mentioned reason. The various sources where the prices (high, low etc) displayed get the data from the Exchanges or […]
Before we proceed, let’s first understand how a market order works. Market order is an order where we do not specify a price when placing the order. It executes at the current prices available across the market depth to complete the order quantity. This works fine for liquid scrips/contracts in stable markets. However, for illiquid […]
The number of strike prices available for trading in options contracts for Cover and Bracket order are as mentioned in the table below. Product Order Type No. of strike prices […]
A Bracket Order is a special type of order through which you can take an intra-day position and take advantage of extra exposure while being protected through a stop loss order and a profit booking order. This can be placed by three orders simultaneously, The first is the limit order for the buying or selling that you are looking for. The second […]
For trading in the Cash Segment you require a demat account. Either open the demat account with us or submit us the Client master of your present DP.
Intraday means a position taken must be squared off within the trading day itself (during market hours only). Delivery means a position taken may be squared off any time after that trading day.