How is Average Buy Price Calculated?

How is Average Buy Price Calculated?

  1. Average Buy price is the weighted average of all the Delivery Purchases carried out in a particular stock. It only applies to Quantity which is open in your Portfolio
  2. Share Transfers from Other Demat Account to 5Paisa Demat account will be considered. Closing price on the day of Transfer will be taken as Buy Price
  3. All Intraday Transactions done are excluded in Calculating Average buy price.
  4. In case of Multiple BUY and SELL Delivery transactions in 1 stock, the SELL Quantity is first adjusted against the Oldest BUY Transaction. This method is also called FIFO (First In First Out)

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