What will happen after T+1 on receipt of delivery of shares?
5paisa will check whether you have cleared
the debit arising from buying the shares or you have created a forward pledge
for availing margin funding facility. Only after either of the condition is
met, the shares will be transferred to Demat account and will be available for
margin benefit. The client will have to follow the Margin pledge process
prescribed by CDSL to avail the margin benefit. If none of the conditions is
met, then shares will remain in Client unpaid securities account (CUSA) and
will be sold on T+7 day.
When I purchase shares in equity delivery, when can I expect them to be credited to my Demat account?
Generally, for equity delivery transactions, the shares are expected to be credited to your Demat account within one trading days from the date of the purchase. This is known as the T+1 settlement cycle, where "T" represents the transaction date. At ...
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 ...
How to place request for physical delivery of Futures and Option position?
Path: Application >> Books >> Position >> Click on Open Position >> Mark to physical delivery This option is shown only on expiry day. Starting from October 2019, settlement now involves giving or receiving actual shares. Physical settlement is ...
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 will I get the money after selling the shares from holding?
Typically, in the case of equity delivery transactions, the funds are anticipated to be added to your trading account within a single trading day following the date of the sale. This corresponds to the T+1 settlement cycle, with "T" representing the ...