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Margin Trading / SMTF

Margin trading allows you to purchase equities that are out of your price range. You can buy and sell securities in the same transaction. In India, it is also referred to as intraday trading. 

  • Profit from market changes in the short term without a large investment. 
  • Increase your portfolio's market exposure while spending less money. 
  • Get higher returns than you invested. 
  • In your Demat account, use stock holdings or other investments as collateral.

Value at Risk Margin
The value at Risk margin shortly known as the VaR margin is used to cover up losses through unpredictable risk situations.

Extreme Loss Margin
Extreme Loss margin is shortly known as ELM set against risk conditions which are uncovered in VaR.

Mark-to-Market Margin
Mark-to-Market margin is shortly known as M2M used for the daily settlement of gains and losses due to the fluctuating market value of the security.

Low performance
There is a chance of underperformance of your chosen stocks, resulting into decreasing in price value.

Balance Maintenance
There may be a time when you put more funds in your account; otherwise, you will have to sell some stocks quickly at a low price to maintain the required balance.

Liquidation risk
When an investor cannot fulfil its debt obligation for the short term, the broker will liquidate financial instruments in an attempt for loss recovery, and they have the right to do so.

Make short-term profits from the price movements without having enough investment amount.

Get returns that are higher than what you have invested.

Get great portfolio exposure to the market with less money.

Use stock holdings or other investments as collateral in your Demat account.

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