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Originally Posted by Oxymoron View Post
Not sure if it's a good move. Small retail investors will just end up over trading their accounts and lose at a faster rate.

Yes , absolutely correct , at least me will loose , lot size for each share traded in derivative sector should be 100 .

The move is not at all rational / practical , against small investor , moreover discouraging small investor to participate in equity market. equity market does not limited to purchasing share , it also includes shorting / hedging.
The move will simply deprive a sector of small investor who remains un-united.
A writ petition for the interest of all small investor should be filed . Lawyer friends of the forum please help...
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Yes , absolutely correct , at least me will loose , lot size for each share traded in derivative sector should be 100 .

The move is not at all rational / practical , against small investor , moreover discouraging small investor to participate in equity market. equity market does not limited to purchasing share , it also includes shorting / hedging.
The move will simply deprive a sector of small investor who remains un-united.
A writ petition for the interest of all small investor should be filed . Lawyer friends of the forum please help...

In a layman's view ,I dont think it will work out , because court may refuse to intervene since it is an administrative decision .
secondly , it is only in a proposal stage .Unless it is implemented you cannot file a petition .Anticipating a circular or decision , you cannot get a prohibitory order since they may drop it after much discussion .
Those who have in depth knowledge may offer a more sound opinion .
Let us wait and see.
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Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
In a layman's view ,I dont think it will work out , because court may refuse to intervene since it is an administrative decision .
secondly , it is only in a proposal stage .Unless it is implemented you cannot file a petition .Anticipating a circular or decision , you cannot get a prohibitory order since they may drop it after much discussion .
Those who have in depth knowledge may offer a more sound opinion .
Let us wait and see.

But a writ petition can be filed ,against the order if at all passed, if it is against the interest of MASS .But who will file !!!!

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Slightly bigger lot size is a good idea imo

Now they should fix the minimum tick size issue which is way too small.
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BSE changed the minimum tick size to 50paise and later reduced it to 10p for cash scrips.(no longer 1p tick size)
NSE should follow it for cash scrips and for futures 1re would be fine.
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It will make using ladder/DOM easier
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New limit for derivatives trading.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) reportedly plans to raise the minimum contract size for trading in equity derivatives. The lot size will be raised from the existing Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh or Rs 10 lakh.


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SEBI Increases Lot Sizes to Rs. 5 lakh from November

The minimum contract size has been upped from Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh.
This applies from contracts for the November expiry (that is, for all trading after the October contract expiry)

Which means the first “new” lot size will be applicable from the end of July (after the July expiry, the next set of contracts are Aug, Sep, Oct)

Lot sizes will be reevaluated every six months.

For stocks, futures and options contracts will have sizes of a minimum of 50 with increments or decrements of 25 shares.
If even at 50 shares the contract size is greater than 10 lakhs, then the minimum will be 10 shares with increments of 5 shares.

For indexes, the minimum is 10, with an increment of 5. Nifty’s lot size will change from the current 25 shares to probably 75 shares.

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Originally Posted by rajeshn07 View Post
SEBI Increases Lot Sizes to Rs. 5 lakh from November

The minimum contract size has been upped from Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh.
This applies from contracts for the November expiry (that is, for all trading after the October contract expiry)

Which means the first “new” lot size will be applicable from the end of July (after the July expiry, the next set of contracts are Aug, Sep, Oct)

Lot sizes will be reevaluated every six months.

For stocks, futures and options contracts will have sizes of a minimum of 50 with increments or decrements of 25 shares.
If even at 50 shares the contract size is greater than 10 lakhs, then the minimum will be 10 shares with increments of 5 shares.

For indexes, the minimum is 10, with an increment of 5. Nifty’s lot size will change from the current 25 shares to probably 75 shares.

sebi - download pdf

From Nov. onwards my LOSS from trading is now confirmed --my stoploss will trigger more or less for all trades. THANKS SEBI !!!

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From Nov. onwards my LOSS from trading is now confirmed --my stoploss will trigger more or less for all trades. THANKS SEBI !!!

And Losses will be more than doubled

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