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ORDER ENTRY

Examples:
Stop Loss Market Buy Order (SL-M) :
You wish to buy 100 shares of SBI at CMP (Current Market Price). Lets consider that you wish to place a
Buy Order, once the price crosses above the support level of Rs. 1530. The last traded price (LTP) of the
same is Rs. 1524.6. You may place a Stop Loss Market (SL-M) buy order specifying the Trigger price (TP)
of Rs.1530. Once the market price of SBI reaches the TP i.e. (e.g.) Rs.1530, the order gets triggered and
is sent to the exchange. Subsequently, order will get executed with the best available price in the
market.

Stop Loss Market Sell Order (SL-M) :


You wish to sell 100 shares of SBI at CMP. Lets consider that you wish to place a Sell Order once the
price crosses below the resistance level of Rs. 1520. The last traded price (LTP) of the same is Rs.
1528.6. You may place a Stop Loss Market (SL-M) sell order specifying the Trigger price (TP) of Rs. 1520.
Once the market price of SBI reaches the TP i.e. e.g. Rs.1520, the order gets triggered and sent to the
exchange. Subsequently, order will get executed with the best available price in the market.

Stop Loss Limit Buy Order (SL-L):


You wish to buy 100 shares of SBI at a limit price. The LTP is at Rs.1523. Lets consider that you wish to
place a Buy Order once the price crosses above the support level of Rs. 1530. Let us also consider, that
you do not wish to buy if the price crosses beyond 1535. You may place Trigger price (TP)at Rs.1530 and

a limit price at Rs. 1535. Please note that the trigger price cannot be greater than the limit price in this
case. Once the market price of SBI reaches the TP i.e. Rs. 1530, the order becomes a limit order and is
sent to the exchange. Subsequently, the order can get executed at any price below Rs.1535.

Stop Loss Limit- Sell Order (SL-L)


You wish to sell 100 shares of SBI at a limit price. The LTP is at Rs.1528.55. Lets consider that you wish
to place a Sell Order once the price falls below the resistance level of Rs. 1520. Let us also consider, that
you do not wish to sell if the price falls below 1515. You may place Trigger price (TP) at Rs.1520 and a
limit price at Rs. 1515. Please note that the trigger price cannot be lesser than the limit price in this case.
Once the market price of SBI reaches the TP i.e. Rs. 1520, the order becomes a limit order and is sent to
the exchange. Subsequently, the order can get executed at any price below Rs.1520.

Bracket Order: Buy Market Order


Bracket order gives you a facility to place 3 orders simultaneously.
For example, you first want to buy 100 shares of SBI at best available price in the market. Lets say the
LTP is Rs.1530. You expect the price to rise to Rs. 1535 but you are also wary of losing more than Rs. 10
per share i.e. below Rs. 1520. With bracket order, you can simultaneously place the buy order and also
put two Sell orders - one wherein you can book your profit and also the second - limit your losses. You
can put a Profit Book order at any price above Rs.1530 e.g. Rs.1535 to book your profit and
simultaneously incase, the market moves in the opposite direction, you can also put a Stop Loss order
at any price below Rs. 1530 e.g . Rs. 1520 in order to limit your losses. The buy order will get executed
first and then the two sell orders will be waiting for execution. Depending on whether the profit book
price or the Stop loss price gets hit, first in the market, one of the sell orders will get executed and the
other will be automatically cancelled. i.e. Incase the price rises to Rs. 1535 first your profit is booked, as
the profit book order will get executed and the other sell order of Rs. 1520 will be cancelled. However

incase the price falls to Rs. 1520 first, then your losses are limited since the stop loss order will get
executed and the other sell order of Rs. 1535 will automatically be cancelled.

Bracket Order: Buy Limit Order


Bracket order gives you a facility to place 3 orders simultaneously.
For example, you first want to buy 100 shares of SBI at a limit price of Rs. 1510. Lets say the LTP is
Rs.1514.10. You expect the price to rise to Rs. 1520 but you are also wary of losing more than Rs. 5 per
share i.e. below Rs. 1505. With bracket order, you can simultaneously place the buy order and also put
two Sell orders - one wherein you can book your profit and also the second - limit your losses. You can
put a Profit Book order at any price above Rs.1510 e.g. Rs.1520 to book your profit and simultaneously
incase, the market moves in the opposite direction, you can also put a Stop Loss order at any price
below Rs. 1510 e.g . Rs. 1505, in order to limit your losses. The buy order will get executed first and then
the two sell orders will be waiting for execution. Depending on whether the profit book price or the Stop
loss price gets hit, first in the market, one of the sell orders will get executed and the other will be
automatically cancelled. i.e. Incase the price rises to Rs. 1520 first your profit is booked, as the profit
book order will get executed and the other sell order of Rs. 1505 will be cancelled. However incase the
price falls to Rs. 1505 first, then your losses are limited since the stop loss order will get executed and
the other sell order of Rs. 1520 will automatically be cancelled.

Bracket Order Sell Market order:


Bracket order gives you a facility to place 3 orders simultaneously.

For example, you first want to sell 100 shares of SBI at best available price in the market. Lets say the ,
LTP is Rs.1530.3. You expect the price to fall to Rs. 1525 but you are also wary of losing more than Rs. 5
per share i.e. above Rs. 1530.3. With bracket order, you can simultaneously place the sell order and also
put two buy orders - one wherein you can book your profit and also the second - limit your losses. You
can put a Profit Book order at any price below Rs.1530.3 e.g. Rs.1525 to book your profit and
simultaneously incase, the market moves in the opposite direction, you can also put a Stop Loss order
at any price above Rs. 1530.3 e.g . Rs. 1535 in order to limit your losses. The sell order will get executed
first and then the two buy orders will be waiting for execution. Depending on whether the profit book
price or the Stop loss price gets hit, first in the market, one of the buy orders will get executed and the
other will be automatically cancelled. i.e. Incase the price falls to Rs. 1525 first your profit is booked, as
the profit book order will get executed and the other buy order of Rs. 1535 will be cancelled. However
incase the price rises to Rs. 1535 first, then your losses are limited since the stop loss order will get
executed and the other buy order of Rs. 1525 will automatically be cancelled.

Bracket Order: Sell Limit Order


Bracket order gives you a facility to place 3 orders simultaneously.
For example, you first want to sell 100 shares of SBI at a limit price of Rs. 1535. Lets say the LTP is
Rs.1530.05. You expect the price to fall to Rs. 1525 but you are also wary of losing more than Rs. 5 per
share i.e. above Rs. 1535. With bracket order, you can simultaneously place the sell order and also put
two Buy orders - one wherein you can book your profit and also the second - limit your losses. You can
put a Profit Book order at any price below Rs.1535 e.g. Rs.1525 to book your profit and simultaneously
incase, the market moves in the opposite direction, you can also put a Stop Loss order at any price
above Rs. 1535 e.g . Rs.1540, in order to limit your losses. The sell order will get executed first and then
the two buy orders will be waiting for execution. Depending on whether the profit book price or the
Stop loss price gets hit, first in the market, one of the buy orders will get executed and the other will be
automatically cancelled. i.e. Incase the price falls to Rs. 1525 first your profit is booked, as the profit
book order will get executed and the other buy order of Rs. 1540 will be cancelled. However incase the
price rises to Rs. 1540 first, then your losses are limited since the stop loss order will get executed and
the other buy order of Rs.1525 will automatically be cancelled.

Delivery Buy Order: Market


For example, if you place an order to buy 100 shares of SBI at CMP. Lets consider the LTP is Rs. 1521
per share. In a delivery order, 100% of the order value i.e. Rs. 152100 is blocked from your limit.
Similarly, to place an order to sell 100 shares of SBI, you need to have a liened quantity of 100 shares of
SBI in your demat account.

Delivery Buy Order: Limit


For example, if you place an order to buy 100 shares of SBI at a limit price. Lets consider the LTP is
Rs. 1513.05. You place a limit order at Rs. 1510 per share. In a delivery order, 100% of the order value
i.e. Rs. 151000 is blocked from your limit.

Delivery Sell Order: Market


For example, if you place an order to sell 100 shares of SBI at CMP. Lets consider the LTP is Rs. 1515.65
per share. Please note, in a delivery sell order, to place an order to sell 100 shares of SBI, you need to
have a liened quantity of 100 shares of SBI in your demat account.

Delivery Sell Order: Limit


For example, if you place an order to sell 100 shares of SBI at a limit price of Rs.1520. Lets consider the
LTP is Rs. 1515 per share. Please note, in a delivery sell order, to place an order to sell 100 shares of
SBI, you need to have a liened quantity of 100 shares of SBI in your demat account.

Intraday Buy Order - Market :


In an Intraday order, only a small margin i.e. specified percentage of the order value is blocked from
your limit. Once the order is executed, a position is created. You can subsequently place the square off
order to close this position during the day. Also, please note if you do not square off your position, your
position will be squared off at our end at the end of pre-specified time. Please note for a buy order,
square off position would be a sell order. A sell order in the intraday segment can be placed even
without having any stock in demat account.
For example, if you buy 100 shares of SBI in Intraday at CMP (Current Market Price). Lets consider the
LTP of SBI is Rs. 1535. To buy 100 shares of SBI, you will need ONLY Rs. 19200 to place your Intraday
Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular margin percentage i.e. VAR (Value at Risk) as
specified by the exchange. Also note that different scrips have different margin percentages. Hence, to
place an order of SBI in the Intraday segment, you require only 12.5% of the total amount of the order.

Intraday Buy Order - Limit :


In an Intraday order, only a small margin i.e. specified percentage of the order value is blocked from
your limit. Once the order is executed, a position is created. You can subsequently place the square off
order to close this position during the day. Also, please note if you do not square off your position, your
position will be squared off at our end at the end of pre-specified time. Please note for a buy order,
square off position would be a sell order. A sell order in the intraday segment can be placed even
without having any stock in demat account.
For example, if you buy 100 shares of SBI in Intraday at a limit price of Rs. 1535. Lets consider the LTP of
SBI is Rs. 1537.6. Your order will be executed once the price touches Rs. 1535. To buy 100 shares of SBI,
you will need only Rs. 19200 to place your Intraday Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular
margin percentage i.e. VAR (Value at Risk) as specified by the exchange. Also note that different scrips
have different margin percentages. Hence, to place an order of SBI in the Intraday segment, you require
only 12.5% of the total amount of the order.

Intraday Sell Order Market:


In an Intraday order, only a specified percentage of the order value is blocked from your limit. A sell
order in the intraday segment can be placed even without having any stock in demat account. Once the
order is executed, a position is created. You can subsequently place the square off order to close this
position during the day. Please note if you do not square off your position, your position will be squared
off at our end at the end of pre-specified time. Also note for a sell order, square off position would be a
buy order.
For example, if you sell 100 shares of SBI in the Intraday segment at CMP. Lets consider the LTP of SBI is
Rs. 1535. To sell 100 shares of SBI, you will need only Rs. 19200 to place your Intraday Order. Please
note, that every scrip has a particular margin percentage i.e. VAR (Value at Risk) as specified by the
exchange. Hence, to place an order of SBI in the Intraday segment, you require only 12.5% of the total
amount of the order.

Intraday Sell Order Limit:


In an Intraday order, only a specified percentage of the order value is blocked from your limit. A sell
order in the intraday segment can be placed even without having any stock in demat account. Once the
order is executed, a position is created. You can subsequently place the square off order to close this
position during the day. Please note if you do not square off your position, your position will be squared
off at our end at the end of pre-specified time. Also note for a sell order, square off position would be a
buy order.
For example, if you sell 100 shares of SBI in the Intraday segment at a limit price of Rs. 1536. Lets
consider the LTP of SBI is Rs. 1535 and you place a limit order at Rs. 1536. To sell 100 shares of SBI, you
will need only Rs. 19200 to place your Intraday Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular
margin percentage i.e. VAR (Value at Risk) as specified by the exchange. Hence, to place an order of SBI
in the Intraday segment, you require only 12.5% of the total amount of the order.

Future- Buy Market: Normal


For example: You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at CMP. Lets
consider the LTP is Rs. 1521.7 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To buy 1 lot size of SBI,
you will need approximately Rs. 30000 to place your Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a
particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange.

Future- Buy Limit : Normal


You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment. Lets consider the LTP is Rs.
1521.7 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. You place an order to buy the lot size at a limit
price of Rs. 1500. To buy 1 lot size of SBI, you will need approximately Rs. 30000 to place your Future
Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified
by the exchange.

Future - Sell Market: Normal


For example: You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at CMP. Lets
consider the LTP is Rs. 1503.9 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To sell 1 lot size of SBI,
you will need approximately Rs. 30000 to place your Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a
particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange.

Future - Sell Limit : Normal


You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at a limit price. Lets consider the
LTP is Rs. 1502.75 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. You place an order to sell the lot size
at a limit price of Rs. 1510. To sell 1 lot size of SBI, you will need approximately Rs. 30000 to place your
Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as
specified by the exchange.

Future - Buy Market : Intraday


For example: You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at CMP. Lets
consider the LTP is Rs. 1501.35 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To buy 1 lot size of SBI,
you will need approximately Rs. 15000 to place your Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a
particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange. In the Intraday
segment, you get double the Span + Exposure Margin percentage as compared to the Normal segment.

Future- Buy Limit : Intraday


You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at a limit price. Lets consider the
LTP is Rs. 1497 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. You place an order to buy the lot size at
a limit price of Rs. 1490. To buy 1 lot size of SBI, you will need approximately Rs. 15000 to place your
Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as
specified by the exchange. In the Intraday segment, you get double the Span + Exposure Margin
percentage as compared to the Normal segment.

Future - Sell Market: Intraday


For example: You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at CMP. Lets
consider the LTP is Rs. 1498.5 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To sell 1 lot size of SBI,
you will need approximately Rs. 15000 to place your Future Order. Please note, that every scrip has a
particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange. In the Intraday
segment, you get double the Span + Exposure Margin percentage as compared to the Normal segment.

Future - Sell Limit: Intraday


For example: You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Future segment at a limit price of
Rs.1505. Lets consider the LTP is Rs. 1500.85 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To sell 1
lot size of SBI, you will need approximately Rs. 15000 to place your Future Order. Please note, that
every scrip has a particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange. In the
Intraday segment, you get double the Span + Exposure Margin percentage as compared to the Normal
segment.

Options:
For Example:
Call / Put Option - Buy Market Order:
You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Option segment at Market Price. Lets consider the
LTP (Option Premium) is Rs. 58.4 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To buy 1 lot size of SBI
with Strike Price 1500, you will need 58.4 (premium)* 125 (Quantity) = Rs. 7300 limit to place your Call/
Put Option Order.

Call / Put Option - Buy Limit Order:


You wish to buy 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Option segment at a Limit Price. Lets consider the
LTP (Option Premium) is Rs. 58.4. You place an order at Rs. 55 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-022014. To buy 1 lot size of SBI with Strike Price 1100, you will need 55 (premium)* 125 (Quantity) =
Rs. 6875 limit to place your Call/ Put Option Order.

Call / Put Option Sell Market order:


You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Option segment. Lets consider the LTP (Option
Premium) is Rs. 58.4 and the expiry of the contract is on 27-02-2014. To sell 1 lot size of SBI with Strike
Price 1500, approximately Rs. 30000 to place your Call / Put Option Order. Please note, that every scrip
has a particular Span + Exposure Margin percentage file as specified by the exchange.

Call / Put Option Sell Limit order:


You wish to sell 1 lot size (125 quantity) of SBI in the Option segment at limit price. Lets consider the
LTP (Option Premium) is Rs. 58.4. You place an order at limit price of Rs.60 and the expiry of the contract
is on 27-02-2014. To sell 1 lot size of SBI with Strike Price 1100, approximately Rs. 30000 to place your
Call / Put Option Order. Please note, that every scrip has a particular Span + Exposure Margin
percentage file as specified by the exchange.

Equity SIP: Buy Quantity:


For example:
You wish to buy 50 scrips of SBIN (State Bank of India) in the Equity SIP option. Lets consider the LTP is
Rs. 1500.55. In Equity SIP, incase you are placing an order by Quantity mode e.g . Lets consider you wish
to buy 50 scrips of SBIN every month for a period of 12 months. You can set the start date, tenure and
frequency. Once the date is set, going forward, every month 50 scrips of SBIN would be credited in your
demat account at the market price of the scheduled date till the tenure i.e. expiry date.

Equity SIP: Buy Amount


You wish to buy scrips of SBIN (State Bank of India) in the Equity SIP option. Lets consider the LTP is Rs.
1500.55. In Equity SIP, incase you are placing an order by Amount mode e.g . Lets consider you wish to
buy worth Rs. 15000, SBIN scrips every fortnight for a period of 10 months. You can set the start date,
tenure and frequency. Once the date is set, going forward, every fortnight scrips of SBIN for the amount
of Rs. 15000 would be credited in your demat account at the market price of the scheduled date till the
tenure i.e. expiry date.

ETF SIP: Buy Quantity:


You wish to buy 1 quantity of GOLDBEES in the ETF SIP option. Lets consider the LTP is Rs. 2795.25. In
ETF SIP, incase you are placing an order by Quantity mode e.g . Lets consider you wish to buy 1 quantity
of GOLDBEES every quarter for a period of 6 months. You can set the start date, tenure and frequency.
Once the date is set, going forward, every quarter, 1 quantity of Gold Bees would be credited in your
demat account at the market price of the scheduled date till the tenure i.e. expiry date.

ETF SIP: Buy Amount:


You wish to buy GOLDBEES in the ETF SIP option. Lets consider the LTP is Rs. 2795.25. In ETF SIP, incase
you are placing an order by Amount mode e.g . Lets consider you wish to buy worth Rs. 20000
GOLDBEES every month for a period of 18 months. You can set the start date, tenure and frequency.
Once the date is set, going forward, every month GOLDBEES for the amount of Rs. 20000 would be
credited in your demat account at the market price of the scheduled date till the tenure i.e. expiry date.