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Old 08-05-2010, 08:31 AM
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How much one SilverMini lot costs? I understand goldmini is 10 grams for what is weight for 1 silverMini lot??
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Silver mini is a 5 units lot vishy, its cheaper than gold, but intraday volatility is much higher
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Silver mini is a 5 units lot vishy, its cheaper than gold, but intraday volatility is much higher



Thanks a lot!

There should be somewhere info available for lot sizes of all commodity securities ..
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Yes, go to Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited. and in products heading you can view all contract specifications.
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Yes! So nicely explained there
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Suppose i bought 100 shares in cash today, then it will get credited to my account on T+2 day as per the norms. We get to see those shares in our Demat account only after 2 PM.

Now, if i plan to sell those 100 shares at morning on T+2 day, how to place the sell order entry? Should i choose Sell shares in DP/not in DP ?
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@vmonu if you keep your shares with your brokers & not in bank then technically you can sell only after two days completion that is thursday morning if you brought at monday. But 70% of the times you will get away with if you sell without getting delivery in very liquid stocks but yes there is a big risk of penalty so if you are not a seasonal trader then this route is strictly prohibited.
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Brokers also have BTST service wherein you can sell the shares bought today, tomorrow -- Buy Today Sell Tomorrow.
The day after too you can sell off BUT the day on which the shares are to be credited, you cannot sell off unless the shares are in the Demat a/c.
This is in case the broker is also providing you DP services and is online a/c.
eg ICICI - Trading, Demat and Bank a/c all linked.



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Suppose i bought 100 shares in cash today, then it will get credited to my account on T+2 day as per the norms. We get to see those shares in our Demat account only after 2 PM.

Now, if i plan to sell those 100 shares at morning on T+2 day, how to place the sell order entry? Should i choose Sell shares in DP/not in DP ?

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@vmonu if you keep your shares with your brokers & not in bank then technically you can sell only after two days completion that is thursday morning if you brought at monday. But 70% of the times you will get away with if you sell without getting delivery in very liquid stocks but yes there is a big risk of penalty so if you are not a seasonal trader then this route is strictly prohibited.

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hello all....

((The derivative contract ABAN ,BALRAMCHIN & FORTIS has crossed 95% of the market-wide position limit and is currently in the ban period. It is hereby informed that all clients/members shall trade in the derivative contracts of said security only to decrease their positions through offsetting positions. Any increase in open positions shall attract appropriate penal and disciplinary action ))

in that case how can defined market-wide limit?
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hello all....

((The derivative contract ABAN ,BALRAMCHIN & FORTIS has crossed 95% of the market-wide position limit and is currently in the ban period. It is hereby informed that all clients/members shall trade in the derivative contracts of said security only to decrease their positions through offsetting positions. Any increase in open positions shall attract appropriate penal and disciplinary action ))

in that case how can defined market-wide limit?

Pre Defined by regulators SEBI (NSE and BSE) ...
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