SBICAP Securities Margin/Exposure Limit for Intraday and Futures

 
 
 
 
 

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SBICAP Securities Margin/Exposure Limit for Intraday and Futures

SBICAP Securities Limited is one of the India’s leading stock broker and a wing of the State Bank of India (SBI) group. It is one of the popular full-service brokers of India and a 100% owned subsidiary of SBICAP Capital Markets Limited. SSL was incorporated in 2006 as a SEBI registered broker and it offers to invest in BSE and NSE. SSL offers wide range of products & services such as it provides the facility to invest in equity, derivative, mutual fund, IPO and NCDs as well as it offers car loan, personal loan, home loan and loan against securities.
SSL offers 3-in-1 account facility i.e. Demat + Trading + Bank Account in which demat & trading account on SBICAP Securities and bank account with State Bank of India. It is the depositary participant of NSDL and CDSL. It charges affordable brokerage on investing in various segments.
Any NRI across the world except NRIs of USA, UK and Japan can invest in BSE and NSE through this platform. The parent company of SSL is SBI which offers ‘YONO’ application through which you can fulfil your all banking needs including trading and investment.
SSL offers leverage facility to trade in equity delivery and equity intraday segments. By using this leverage facility, trader can trade more.

What is Margin?

Money borrowed from the broker to buy securities or amount of equity an investor has in their demat/trading account is known as Margin. Leverage and margin are both connected to each other. The practice of buying on margin includes buying an asset where the buyer pays only a percentage of asset’s value and rest borrows from the broker in which broker acts as a lender and securities in the trader’s account acts as collateral.
Leverage facility allows you to buy unaffordable shares. SBICAP Securities margin facility allows you to trade many times over the fund available in their account.

SBICAP Securities Limited Margin Limit (Exposure):

Segment

Margin Limit

Equity Delivery

2x (Interest applicable)

Equity Intraday

Upto 5x

Equity Futures

Nil

Equity Options

Nil

Currency Futures

Nil

Currency Options

Nil

Commodity Future

NA

Commodity Options

NA

 

Advantages & Disadvantages of SBICAP Securities Limited Margin

Advantages

• Margin Facility in single click.
• Up to 5 times leverage on equity intraday trades.
• For delivery segment, interest rates are very minimum and affordable.
• Research and advisory services for clients.
• Different leverage on different segment.
• Fully Transparent policy.

Disadvantages

• Not available for F&O segment.
• Not able to trade in commodity segment.

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Frequently Asked Questions


At 2.45 pm, SBICAP Securities auto-square off all the open intraday positions.
SBICAP Securities charges 0.05% for intraday trades and it is also known as Margin Intraday Square-up or MIS trades.
SBICAP Securities charges 0.03% for currency futures trading and Rs.30 per lot for currency options trading.
SBICAP Securities charges Rs.850 on opening of 3-in-1 account.
No, currently this facility is not available. You can not invest in commodity segment through SBICAP Securities as it is not a member of national exchange MCX.
Yes, you can place cover order and bracket order on SBICAP Securities.
SBICAP Securities charges 0.50% for equity delivery trade on SBICAP Securities.
It comprises of 3 balances; lien, ledger and collateral balance. • Lien- It is the total balance blocked by you for the trading purpose. • Ledger- After setting off the trade amount or outstanding dues, total balance available in your account is ledger balance. • Collateral- It is the notational valuation of your demat holdings, you can use this to place order.
Kindly follow the below steps: • Go to ‘download’ tab. • Fill and sign the ‘change in designated bank account’. • Attach the scanned copy of cancelled cheque of your bank account you wish to add. • You can send the scanned copy of your cheque for the verification purpose.
Limit, order, SL-L and SL-M are the types of order to be selected.

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