FAQs on Reverse and Rollover Position in F&O
What is a Quick Reverse Position?
With the Quick Reverse position, you can reverse your stock’s position with just a click, whether Buy or Sell. For example, you buy X quantity of a certain stock and you want to reverse the position. The reversal will happen but it will place the reversed order with 2X quantity to reverse your net position. Also, the order will be placed at market price.
What is a Rollover Position?
The Rollover Position allows you to carry forward your Future Positions from the current position to the next expiry in just a single click. With this feature, you can just click and the current month’s position will be squared off on the expiry. Also, it will create a fresh next month’s position for the same future contract. Both of these orders will be performed at the market price.
How do I trade in the F&O securities which are currently categorized in the ban period?
The securities which have crossed 95% of the market wide position limit (MWPL) are currently categorized in the ban period. It means the combined open interest of all option and future contracts for all the months taken together for that particular ...
FAQs on Margin Plus (Funding at 5paisa)
Q 1) What is Margin Plus(funding at 5paisa)? MarginPlus is an exclusive facility designed by 5paisa for its users, which gives you the ability to trade in all segments using your entire net available margin! i.e. with MarginPlus you can trade ...
FAQs on Quarterly Settlement Payout
What is Quarterly Settlement of funds and how is the recent SEBI circular dated 27th July 2022 affecting the process? As you are aware, settlement of running account refers to a SEBI mandated process whereby the funds of the clients lying in their ...
How to convert your position?
Once your trade is successfully placed, you have the option to select and convert your trade under the "Positions" tab from Delivery to Intraday and vice-versa. The conversion of Intraday to Delivery is subject to the margin availability for the ...
FAQs on Bonds
1) Why do I see a change in the settlement amount? The bond price, also known as the settlement amount that is displayed on the website, comprises both the market price and the accrued interest. Interest accrues on a daily basis until the purchase, ...