Can I buy and sell smallcase stocks on 5paisa trading platform?
As of now, selling a smallcase a stock directly through 5Paisa will not reflect in your smallcase investments. In this case, your smallcase holdings & P&L will be impacted and will display incorrect returns.
To avoid this, please ensure that you manage your smallcases (invest more or exit smallcase in 2 clicks, add/remove stocks to your smallcase) on the smallcases interface.
Note: When you purchase a smallcase through smallcase interface, you would be placing CNC market orders with IOC validity. Other order types aren't available for smallcases as of now.
FAQs on QuanTower Trading Platform
1. What is the Quantower Trading Platform at 5paisa? Quantower Trading Platform is an advanced platform and an extension to 5paisa that enables users to do trading through their desktops/laptops. It is a full-featured platform covering the global ...
Can I exit from smallcase and sell my stocks?
Whole Exit If you want to completely exit your smallcase position, you can do so by going to the Investments page > clicking on the smallcase you wish to exit > click on the Exit button After the exit smallcase pop-up opens up, you would need to ...
What is smallcase? How are they different from Mutual Funds?
Smallcases are a new way to invest in stocks. A smallcase is an intelligently weighted basket of upto 50 stocks that reflects a theme, idea or strategy. Smallcases are centred around: A trending market theme like rising rural demand or A financial ...
How to create a smallcase?
A smallcase is a basket of 2-50 stocks that is easy to buy, track & manage. There are over 20 smallcases created professionally by a certified research team that you can find in the Discover section. These smallcases are tied to different market ...
What is Intraday and Delivery Trading?
If customer wishes to trade in stock market, there are 2 types of trades wherein customer can trade. Intraday: When you buy or sell stocks on same day then it is called as Intraday Trading. If you buy shares today you need to square off your position ...