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Old 19-05-2015, 07:42 PM
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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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Looks like they only want big guys to trade, small investor must not be able to hedge using derivatives. We need Rahul Gandhi to launch padyatra for traders.
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Honestly (now) i feel it is better to have nifty lot size of 50 atleast preferably 100. This atleast ensure to some extent, my trades will not split or partially executed. Good for AIAO traders like me.
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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.
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Surely this will dry up the liquidity to some extent. Also, this will restrict small traders to options and cash market.
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The move is ostensibly aimed at preventing individuals from making themselves vulnerable to high-risk speculation but critics say any such change would make trades expensive, kill off volume and restrict the market to institutions.

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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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Still a proposal. Lets hope it remains so.
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On the flip side SS 's 10 point trades will make more/ loose more.
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LC Gupta committee report was given around 14 years ago and due to this reason the regulator is of the view that the contract size should be increased in line with the inflation.

If the min contract value is increased it'll certainly impact all the concerned parties (many retail clients, brokerages and even stock exchange). A retail trader who wishes to buy an option to hedge his position might not be able to do so as he might not have Rs 5 Lacs in one single stock.

It might even affect the liquidity and might even hamper the price discovery mechanism.

So when the SEBI will put up the discussion paper for comments most likely these points (and more) will be given to them as a feedback.

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