Buy Sell Help  Product: The products offered by AxisDirect under Equity are: a) Cash - Transact for delivery

. b) Encash - Get immediate/emergency cash from your delivery sell . c) Intraday - Buy and Sell on same day with low margin. d) Cover - Benefit from lower margin based on your choice on trades. Take a position at market price and simultaneously take a counter position on the same stock specifying the trigger price and the limit price. The margin blocked will be set based on your orders thus giving you control on your leverage. e) E-Margin - Buy on margin and square off today, tomorrow or day after. f)Collateral sell - Sell shares which have been marked as collateral with AxisDirect The products offered by AxisDirect under F&O are: a) Futures - Derivative contact on an underlying where both the buyer and seller are obligated to close their position at or before the expiry of the contract irrespective of it being at a profit or loss. b) Intraday Futures - Same day square off of Futures contract. c) Options - Derivatives contract, where the Buyer has a right to buy/sell the underlying, while the Seller has an obligation to buy/sell.  Disclosed Quantity: You can place a buy/sell order with Disclosed quantity (DQ). DQ is a feature which allows only a fraction of the order to be viewed by the market. e.g- If you want to buy /sell 10,000 shares of Axis Bank, you can place an order by defining DQ as 1000 shares. 1,000 shares of Axis Bank will be available for buying/selling in the market, once executed, the next lot of 1000 shares of Axis Bank will be displayed. This will continue till the full quantity is exhausted. This helps when the quantity to be bought /sold per scrip is very high. Huge quantity may disrupt the balance of demand and supply and the price may increase/decrease towards/against your favour. In order to avoid such erratic changes in the price, it is advisable to place an order with DQ. Disclosed quantity cannot be less than 10% of the order quantity.  Order Type: The two types of orders are Limit and Market Orders. Limit Order - You can specify the maximum price per unit in case of a Buy order and the minimum price per unit in case of a Sell order. Market Orders on the other hand get traded differently on NSE and BSE. Market Orders in NSE: This is an order to buy or sell securities at the best price present in the market at the time it is matched by the exchange. In NSE, all unexecuted market orders become limit orders at the last traded price. In case of partial execution, the unexecuted part of the order becomes a limit order at the last traded price. Market Orders in BSE : In BSE , all buy market orders go to the Exchange with the price of the best offer and all sell market orders go to the exchange with the price of the best bid offer. In case at that point of time it is found that a particular bid or offer is no longer present in the

A placed a buy order for 100 shares of Axis Bank with order type as IOC. the system cancels the order automatically at the end of the day.81.e. 79 or at a better rate. 79 the remainder of the order will be converted to a limit order at Rs. Once entered. Immediate or cancel is a security order type instructing that the quantity of the buy or sell order is to be executed immediately. A Day order is an order. In case you place a market sell order the order will go to the exchange as a market order of Rs. 79 is no longer present in the exchange this order will be automatically cancelled by the exchange. It should be higher than the Last Traded Price (LTP) for a buy order and lower than the LTP for a sell order.81 and will be executed at Rs.81 the remainder of the order will be converted to a limit order at Rs.Mr.  Validity: Validity determines how long the order remains in the order book. the pending part (100-89=11 shares) will get cancelled. In case of part execution of market order. the remainder order gets converted into a limit order at the last executed price. In this case.81 or at a better rate. in case it is found that the bid of Rs. Buy Sell Help  Product: The products offered by AxisDirect under Equity are: a) Cash .  Trigger Price: A trigger price is the threshold price that needs to be defined with a stop loss order. If it cannot be executed immediately or fully.exchange this market order gets cancelled automatically by the exchange. However.If you place a Buy order at Market price for 100 shares of Axis Bank with a protection of 20% and the last traded price (LTP) is 1000 at the time order hits the market. the order will be released to the exchange for execution. In case you place a market buy order the order will go to the exchange as a market order of Rs. The order can (but does not have to) be executed in full.81 is no longer present in the exchange this order will be automatically cancelled by the exchange. Consider the example where the bid and offer Price for a given stock is 79 and 81 respectively. .  Market Protection: It is an option available only for orders placed on BSE. b) Encash . Once the market price reaches or crosses the trigger price. When the order went to the exchange. e.1200 (1000 + 20 % of 1000) and will get executed at that limit price or better. If the order is not executed during the day. In case of part execution of this order at Rs. The validity can be Day or IOC (Immediate or cancel). Protection % ensures that the actual traded price of the order do not deviate more than the defined % from the Last Traded Price when the order hits the market i. In case of part execution of this order at Rs. order for buying only 89 shares got executed. 79. 79 and will be executed at Rs. in case it is found that the offer of Rs.g. this type of order must be executed immediately.Transact for delivery.Get immediate/emergency cash from your delivery sell . you can define the protection %. then the order will be placed as a limit order of Rs. which is valid for the day on which it is entered. While placing a market order in BSE. the pending part gets canceled (a partial execution is generated) by the market. However.

 Order Type: The two types of orders are Limit and Market Orders. Consider the example where the bid and offer Price for a given stock is 79 and 81 respectively. the remainder order gets converted into a limit order at the last executed price. In case of part execution of market order. c) Options . In NSE.Derivatives contract. This will continue till the full quantity is exhausted. e) E-Margin .Same day square off of Futures contract. it is advisable to place an order with DQ. tomorrow or day after.If you want to buy /sell 10. This helps when the quantity to be bought /sold per scrip is very high. In case of partial execution. Disclosed quantity cannot be less than 10% of the order quantity. the next lot of 1000 shares of Axis Bank will be displayed. . 1.g. while the Seller has an obligation to buy/sell. DQ is a feature which allows only a fraction of the order to be viewed by the market. In case at that point of time it is found that a particular bid or offer is no longer present in the exchange this market order gets cancelled automatically by the exchange. e. b) Intraday Futures . In order to avoid such erratic changes in the price.Benefit from lower margin based on your choice on trades. Market Orders in BSE : In BSE . The margin blocked will be set based on your orders thus giving you control on your leverage. you can place an order by defining DQ as 1000 shares. the unexecuted part of the order becomes a limit order at the last traded price. Take a position at market price and simultaneously take a counter position on the same stock specifying the trigger price and the limit price.c) Intraday .000 shares of Axis Bank.Buy and Sell on same day with low margin. all unexecuted market orders become limit orders at the last traded price. Huge quantity may disrupt the balance of demand and supply and the price may increase/decrease towards/against your favour. where the Buyer has a right to buy/sell the underlying.Sell shares which have been marked as collateral with AxisDirect The products offered by AxisDirect under F&O are: a) Futures .You can specify the maximum price per unit in case of a Buy order and the minimum price per unit in case of a Sell order. f)Collateral sell . d) Cover . once executed. Market Orders on the other hand get traded differently on NSE and BSE.Buy on margin and square off today.000 shares of Axis Bank will be available for buying/selling in the market. Market Orders in NSE: This is an order to buy or sell securities at the best price present in the market at the time it is matched by the exchange. Limit Order .  Disclosed Quantity: You can place a buy/sell order with Disclosed quantity (DQ).Derivative contact on an underlying where both the buyer and seller are obligated to close their position at or before the expiry of the contract irrespective of it being at a profit or loss. all buy market orders go to the Exchange with the price of the best offer and all sell market orders go to the exchange with the price of the best bid offer.

81 is no longer present in the exchange this order will be automatically cancelled by the exchange. A placed a buy order for 100 shares of Axis Bank with order type as IOC. the pending part gets canceled (a partial execution is generated) by the market. which is valid for the day on which it is entered. The validity can be Day or IOC (Immediate or cancel). It should be higher than the Last Traded Price (LTP) for a buy order and lower than the LTP for a sell order.81. If the order is not executed during the day. The order can (but does not have to) be executed in full.81 or at a better rate. 79 the remainder of the order will be converted to a limit order at Rs. Once the market price reaches or crosses the trigger price. you can define the protection %. In case of part execution of this order at Rs. 79 and will be executed at Rs.  Trigger Price: A trigger price is the threshold price that needs to be defined with a stop loss order.Mr. . However. 79. If it cannot be executed immediately or fully.1200 (1000 + 20 % of 1000) and will get executed at that limit price or better. Once entered.  Market Protection: It is an option available only for orders placed on BSE.If you place a Buy order at Market price for 100 shares of Axis Bank with a protection of 20% and the last traded price (LTP) is 1000 at the time order hits the market. e. the system cancels the order automatically at the end of the day. in case it is found that the offer of Rs. Protection % ensures that the actual traded price of the order do not deviate more than the defined % from the Last Traded Price when the order hits the market i.81 the remainder of the order will be converted to a limit order at Rs. order for buying only 89 shares got executed. then the order will be placed as a limit order of Rs. 79 or at a better rate. In case of part execution of this order at Rs. In case you place a market sell order the order will go to the exchange as a market order of Rs. the order will be released to the exchange for execution. Immediate or cancel is a security order type instructing that the quantity of the buy or sell order is to be executed immediately. When the order went to the exchange. However.81 and will be executed at Rs.g. While placing a market order in BSE.e.  Validity: Validity determines how long the order remains in the order book. 79 is no longer present in the exchange this order will be automatically cancelled by the exchange. in case it is found that the bid of Rs. this type of order must be executed immediately. A Day order is an order. In this case.In case you place a market buy order the order will go to the exchange as a market order of Rs. the pending part (100-89=11 shares) will get cancelled.