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Margin Calculator
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What is a Margin Calculator?

A margin calculator helps investors or traders calculate different margin requirements before you start trading in the derivatives segment with the intent to protect against market volatility. The margin requirement and the market risk for each derivative are different. The broker may go through any potential loss when you can’t execute trades or pay for trading execution during market volatility. Before you start trading in any derivative, the very first thing you need to do is to put the margin amount called an Initial Margin in your trading account.

How to use a Margin Calculator?

STEP 1 –Enter the required details regarding your trade

STEP 2 – Click on the “calculate” button.

STEP 3 – You will get the result of how much margin money do you need.

Benefits of Margin Calculator


During the price fluctuation of the derivative, the buyer can suffer loss if he cannot settle the trade properly. The buyer can save from loss if there are sufficient margins in his trading account. If there are no adequate margins, he will have to sell off some financial instruments as needed; otherwise, the broker and the seller will suffer loss. Thus, the initial margin makes sure the buyer can pay the due payment after a trade settlement. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

The SPAN margin calculator allows for the calculation of the minimum quantity of margin blocked against expected volatility in the futures & options segment before trading on the NSE.

The Exposure Margin Calculator helps to calculate the margin added to the SPAN margin. The Exposure Margin is based on how much exposure a particular portfolio will get.

Value at Risk (VaR) Margin Calculator allows you to calculate the probability of maximum loss on an investment.

The Extreme Loss Margin (ELM) Calculator is used to calculate the margin adjusted against risk conditions uncovered in VaR estimation.

Net Premium Calculator is used for net premium margin calculation where there will be the diminution of the anticipated PV (an insurance policy benefit) from the expected PV (future premiums), where PV represents Present Value. 

A CAGR calculator allows you to calculate the mean annual growth rate for a SIP investment on a future date.

The Total Margin refers to the Initial Margin that combines the Span Margin and the Exposure Margin.

An Equity margin calculator allows calculating margins on equities.

A commodity margin calculator allows calculating margins on commodities.

A currency margin calculator allows calculating margins on the currency.

No, you can use a margin calculator for free of cost.

You can use a CAGR calculator to evaluate an average annual growth rate on a stock investment, just like other investments.

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