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 today itself before 3:20pm or 5paisa will initiate the auto square off process from 3:20pm onwards as per the current market price.
Delivery: If you buy shares today
and sell them after 1 day then it is called as Delivery Trading. By selecting
Delivery Option, you can sell your shares any time after 1 year, 5 years or
even more till the time you do not wish to square off your position.
How to convert Intraday trades into delivery?
Intraday to Delivery and Visa versa: A position can be converted from intraday to delivery before 3:20 PM Kindly note that positions established through cover orders and bracket orders cannot be converted to delivery. The margin requirement adheres ...
In which scenarios my equity intraday position gets square off by 5paisa?
Risk team can initiate square off in 4 scenarios. All scenarios are explained below- Scenario 1: DPR based Square Off– (Anytime during the Day) Exchange prescribes Daily Price Range (DPR) for most of the stocks. If the client has taken a short ...
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 ...
How will peak margin affect my margins for trading in the Cash Segment?
For intraday: Intraday exposures will now be restricted to max 5X. Currently, we offer up to 6.6666 X on some category of stocks but post-Sept 1 maximum exposure will be restricted to 5X. For Delivery sell: Currently, we release 100% of Sell value ...
When can I expect to receive my intraday profits?
The settlement cycle for intraday trading is typically T+1, meaning the trade is settled within one trading day. This means that if you make a profit on a trade, the funds should be credited to your trading account on the next trading day after the ...