A. Bid: This represents the highest price a prospective buyer is willing to pay for a stock.
B. Offer (Ask): This represents the lowest price a prospective seller is willing to accept for a stock.
C. Market Order: An order to buy or sell a specified number of shares at the best available price at the time the order is received on the exchange floor. All orders not bearing a specific price are usually considered "at the market" which could mean paying the "offer" when buying or accepting the "bid" when selling.
D. Limit Order: An order for which you request a specific price at which the transaction may be executed.
E. Stop Buy and Stop Loss Orders: Orders to buy or sell that are placed above or below the current market price, which become active orders when the price of a board lot rises or falls to the specified price. These orders may be placed to execute at the market, at a specified limit or within a specified price range. A stop buy order can be used to protect against losses in a short sale, whereas a stop loss order can be used to protect a paper profit or to limit a possible loss when you already own the shares. Not all stock exchanges will accept these orders. Stop buy and stop loss orders are risky because they may not necessarily fill at the specified price but at the best possible price available at that time.
Yes, you get online confirmation of orders and trades - the status of any order is updated on real-time basis in the Order Book. As soon as you place your order they are validated by the system and sent to the exchange for execution. The entire process is fully automatic and there are no manual interventions. You will also receive an e-mail confirming the orders placed by you at the end of the trading day. Digitally signed contract notes will also be sent via e-mail for the orders executed during the trading day.
In crash, markets are cheaper. Lower PE the better. Current valuations are acceptable. Top 10 recommended stocks of AB
On expiry date
1% VAT [Reversed if sold within 2 months] & 30paisa brokerage on volume by C&F agent if client does not have sales tax no
Equity is a part of a company, also known as stock or share. When you buy shares of a company, you basically own a part of that company. A company`s stockholders or shareholders all have equity in the company, or own a fractional portion of the whole company. They buy the shares because they expect to earn profit when the company profits
A. Returns: Stocks can help you build long-term growth into your overall financial plan. Over a longer period of time, shares can produce significant capital gains through price appreciation. Some companies also issue free or bonus shares to their shareholders as another way of passing on company profits or increases in their net worth. Stocks, as an asset class, have outperformed most other type of investments over longer periods of time.
In addition, stocks pay dividend income, which has the potential to grow overtime. Shares that pay regular dividends are called income stocks. These companies have capital appreciation potential and when dividends are reinvested into additional shares, there is also the potential to compound investment returns.
B. Ownership: Stock represents an ownership or equity stake in a corporation. If you are a stockholder, you own a proportionate share in the companys assets. That means you gain a part of the ownership of the company.
C. Tax Benefits: Investment in shares reaps great tax benefits. The dividend income generated on shares is completely tax-free. Long-term capital gains arising on equity investment is not taxed by the government. That means, if you invest in a company and keep the shares for 12 months, you dont need to pay any tax on income you earn on selling the shares after 12 months. Short term capital gains tax on shares is also just 10%, while investment in other asset classes attracts short-term capital gains tax of 30%.
D. Control over your financial future: You can decide exactly how your money is invested, enabling you to have utmost control over your finances. You can choose to invest independently using your knowledge and expertise, share this responsibility with Angel Broking Ltd, who can advise you on what shares to buy and sell or ask Angel Broking to manage portfolio for you.
AMO stands for After Market Order. It is a facility that Angel broking extends to its customers whereby they can place orders even after the trading hours of a particular day.
Day trading is speculation in securities, specifically buying and selling financial instruments within the same trading day. Strictly, day trading is trading only within a day, such that all positions are closed before the market closes for the trading day.
An Immediate or Cancel (IOC) order allows a Trading Member to buy or sell a security as soon as the order is released into the market, failing which the order will be removed from the market. Partial match is possible for the order, and the unmatched portion of the order is canceled immediately.
A day order is an order that is good for that day only. If it is not filled it will be canceled, and it will not be filled if the limit or stop order price was not met during the trading session.
Delivery Based Trading : Buy the shares through the cash available in the account and hold or sell once the shares are delivered in the account.
BTST : ( Buy Today Sell Tomorrow) : Buy today and sell tomorrow with out the shared being transferred in the de-mat account.
Intraday Trading : Buy and Sell on the same day.
Positional Trading : Derivatives, Commodity and Currency.
The scripts which are not in rolling settlement are trade to trade scripts. i.e. you cant do day trading in such scripts. Such scripts are more risky since liquidity is low.
Login into your Angel Account using the Mobile app.
Search the scrip using Buy/ Sell on the Menu or select the scrip in the MW.
You will see Buy order pad when you click on the search result when you navigate from the Menu. When you select the scrip from MW you will directly get button Buy/ Sell.
On the order pad select the product type as delivery.
Confirm the order by adding other details.
Your order is placed.
Stoploss is a buy or sell order which gets triggered automatically, once the stock reaches a certain price. The aim here is to limit the loss on a security (buy or sell) position. A stop order to sell becomes a market order when the item is offered at or below the specified price.
The trigger price will be as on the price mark that you want it to be. When a trigger price is specified in a limit order, the order becomes one, which is conditional on the market price of the stock crossing the specified trigger price
It depends on the contracts written in market - from 1 week to 1 year as well.
A futures contract is a standardized forward contract which can be easily be traded between parties other than the two initial parties to the contract.
An options contract is an agreement between a buyer and seller that gives the purchaser of the option the right to buy or sell a particular asset at a later date at an agreed upon price.
Yes, in selected commodities [Agri/Gold/Silver]
10am to 11:30 pm [Domestic agri products - 10-5pm] [International Agri Products - 10-11:30pm]
Yes, you can invest in IPO's / Mutual Fund / Insurance through the same product
A. All clients can apply in IPO only through ASBA mode. (Application supported by Blocked Amount)
B. Clients cannot apply online through Angel-EYE since client signature is required on the IPO forms.
The client just needs to submit signed ASBA application form which is pre filled with application details. No need to provide cheque. Funds would be blocked in the bank account mentioned in the form. Funds would get released if shares are not allotted.
Clients can submit application forms in nearest Branch /CSO/ SB.
Yes; you can apply in IPO's if you have trading account with Angel Broking.
INR-USD, INR-EUR, INR-GBP, INR-JPY
INR-USD - 1000 Dollars, INR-EUR - 1000 Euros, INR-GBP - 1000 GBP, INR-JPY - 10,000 JPY
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