Most of us at some point have regretted on losing a good short term trading opportunity due to insufficient funds in our trading account. We at TradeSmart realizing this requirement of most traders have introduced EquiMax funding facility for all our clients in the Equity Segment.So, what is EquiMax?
EquiMax allows you to buy more stocks in delivery than you’d normally be able to with the same amount of cash in your trading account.
For example: If you want to buy shares worth Rs 4 lacs in delivery, you can do so by paying only Rs 1 lac in margin.
Before enabling EquiMax for your account there are few details which you need to know: Read More
What kind of a monster doesn’t love watching a good movie? So we compiled a list of what we thought were the best flicks that traders could relate to. There is a fair possibility that we have missed out on a few of them so please feel free to add in your cinematic delights to this list in the comments section and we will keep adding them to list time and again. Read More
Box is Trade Smart’s new and efficient back-office. It’s exactly what it has been named, a box where you can find a record of every trade that you placed in the form of reports that are easy to understand. All your current holdings, trades, open positions and profit loss reports. It’s quick, easy and exactly what you need. No confusing fancy charts, promise.
You can find the details to log into the platform at the end of this post Read More
Recently NSE released a circular stating a change in the lot sizes. Kindly go through the following email to keep yourself updated with the changes and the steps to be taken.
What was the official communication?
The lot size of NIFTY, BANK NIFTY and some Futures stocks will be revised as per the NSE Circulars dated August 07, 2015 and August 14, 2015. These circulars include an Index Lot Size Change Circularthat talks about the old and revised lot sizes for indices and a Stocks Lot Size Change Circular which gives a comprehensive list of all stocks whose lot sizes have changed. Read More
Futures are a risky matter. So much so that even the veteran players are worried about taking a hit (loss) and as a matter of fact, they often do. Paul Tudor Jones, one of the most successful futures traders on the Dow indices, said never to focus on the money that you are making but to focus on the money that you are losing. The money that you have at risk is at the center of any successful trade strategy. Read More
Stop-losses are the easiest and simplest way at protecting yourself form falling bottomlessly in a bad market situation. They can be applied on a bought or short sold instrument and can be modified at any point of time in a single day as they are day orders. We wrote this blog to help you understand stop-loss orders better. Read on to find out how it works. Read More
Market orders have always been a vulnerable affair, to an extent for the equities and a great deal more for Futures and Options and in that volatility, we are always looking for some “Cover”, some sort of safety net that can protect us from a free-fall. That is exactly what a cover order does. Read More
A circuit breaker is a fundamental concept wherein trading is frozen for a few hours, or in a worst case scenario, the day’s trade is suspended for a stock if its value increases beyond or decreases below a predetermined value, which is calculated based on the previous day’s closing price. Circuit breakers are specific to exchanges, wherein, the percentage change in value after which it gets activated varies with stock exchange while some stock exchanges may not even have this concept. E.g., Bombay Stock Exchange has an upper circuit breaker of 20% and a lower circuit breaker of 10%. If a security closes at Rs.200 on a day and if the stock reaches Rs.240 on the next day, then the circuit breaker is auto activated and trading of that stock is halted. Similarly, if the stock falls to Rs.180, again trading is halted. Read More