We all know the stock market is dynamic as it changes every day, every hour, and every minute. It is not sufficient to simply save up and invest in Shares, Mutual Funds, ETFs, Bonds, etc. You also need to stay updated on your investments to make sure that they are delivering the expected returns. The most convenient way to do this is to use investment reports.

Bookmark the reports listed below to improve the way you track and evaluate your investments.

Ledger

All the transactions you have entered into with Angel Broking including trades, transaction bills, charges levied, etc. can be seen in the Ledger Report. You can use this report to:

– Keep a track of your funds and traded transactions

– Know about the charges levied like pledge/unpledge charges, DP charges, MTF interest, penalty, default charges, etc.

Funds Transactions

The Funds Transactions Report summarizes all your financial transactions for a specific period. This report helps you to:

– Monitor your funds pay-ins

– Know your mode of payment

– Keep an eye on your payouts

DP Transactions

Do you know what Depository Participant (DP) or DP charge is? National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Securities Limited (CDSL) are the 2 depositories of India. DP charge is a flat transaction fee levied on all the sell transactions from your holding, irrespective of the trade quantity. With this report, you can:

– Track all details of your Equity, Dematerialized Mutual Funds, and Debt Securities trades

– Keep a check on all the securities debited from your holdings

Trade History

Looking for a detailed list of all trades undertaken by you in various segments? Download the Trade History Report here for a specific period. This report:

– Gives you all the required details about your trades like the scrip, buy/sell price, brokerage, STT, trade date,

– Makes tax computation and investment analysis easier for you

P&L Summary

This report summarizes the statements for all executed trades. The results are based on the last closing price and open positions of your holdings. These reports are the best to:

– Monitor your profit/loss for each transaction

– Assess your intraday profit/loss

– View realized and unrealized gain/loss for a financial year

Contract Note

A Contract Note confirms the trade of securities done by you on a particular day. This is one of the most important reports, as it gives you legal confirmation of all your trades. Every Contract Note has trade details including type, price and charges levied. You can use them to:

– Review the quantity and price of the securities traded

– Know total brokerage charges

– Ascertain net payable/receivable

Quarterly Payout Report

According to SEBI norms, brokerage firms need to return unutilized funds and securities to the client on a quarterly basis. This report summarizes the transaction of securities and funds transferred to your account. You can use this report to get details such as:

– The total value of funds and securities available

– Explanation regarding retention of funds and securities

– Retention of funds and securities (value)

– Details of payout

– Information about any amount not required to be returned

Client Master (DP)

Client Master Report is the most-sought after document for off-market transfer of shares. This is because it includes important information like:

– Personal details such as name, address, and date of birth

– Bank details mapped to your Demat account

– Nomination details

– Status of your Demat account

Conclusion

All your investments, across segments, should work together to help you achieve your financial goals. Based on the above-mentioned reports, you can analyze your portfolio and make informed investment decisions. The other benefits of these reports include easier segmentation of transactions, one-point access to similar transactions, seamless financial management, and quicker tax computation. You can access/download these reports from your Angel Broking portal here to get a clear view of your investment journey.