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Fyers Margin Exposure Limit, Leverage for Intraday and F&O


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Invest brokerage-free Equity Delivery and Direct Mutual Funds (Zero brokerage). Pay flat Rs 20 per trade for Intra-day and F&O. Open FREE Demat Account online with Fyers and start trading today.

 

 

 

* Margin Policy Update

As per the SEBI circular dated November 19, 2019, starting from September 01, 2021, brokers cannot offer additional margin (i.e. 20x) in any segment including intra-day at BSE, NSE and MCX. The margin is now decided by the exchange and remains the same for all brokers. For all intraday product types i.e. MIS, BO, CO trades, the leverage will be the same which is the VAR+ELM margin. Visit New margin requirements in India Stock Market to know more.

Fyers Margin

SegmentTrading Margin
Equity Delivery1x (100% of trade value)
Equity Intraday5x (Up to 20% of trade value)
Equity F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))
Currency F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))
Commodity F&O1x (100% of NRML margin (Span + Exposure))

Fyers Special Offer

Free Equity Delivery Trading and Mutual Funds

  • Brokerage-free Equity Delivery. Flat Rs 20 per trade for Intraday & F&O.
  • Brokerage-free Direct Mutual Fund investment.
  • Trade with one of the best trading platforms in India.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. What is margin in Fyers?

    Fyers offers intraday margin (or exposure) up to 16x. The actual limit offered depends on the stock or instrument you are trading. This facility allows Fyers customers to trade more than the funds available in their account. Fyers offers margin facility only on intraday trades.

    Note: Fyers doesn't offer margin funding. The margins are only available in intraday positions closed the same trading day.

    In a normal trade, you have to pay 100% of the value in cash to buy shares. With Margin Trading, on select stocks, you can pay a small percentage of the trade value and the rest will be paid by Fyers. This allows you to trade in larger value than what you could have done without funding.

    Fyers Margin

    Segment Trading Margin (Intraday Only)

    Equity

    Up to 16x (based on the stock)

    Equity Future

    4x of Total margin (Span+ Exposure)

    Equity Option

    Sell 4x, Buy with CO 1.3x, Buy without CO 1x

    Currency Future

    2.5x of Total margin (Span+ Exposure)

    Currency Option

    2.5x of Total margin (Span+ Exposure)

    Note:

    • The margin exposure is available only for intraday trades.
    • No exposure on carry forward F&O positions.
    • No margin in equity delivery trade
    • The extent of exposure varies based on the quality of stocks.
    • Not all stocks qualify for margin facility.
    • The exposure limits change daily.

     

     

  2. 2. What is margin order in Fyers?

    Margin Orders in Fyers are orders placed using margin facility. Fyers offers additional margin exposure on intraday trades in equity and F&O.

    In Margin orders, instead of paying the full amount of the trade, you can pay a small percentage and the rest will be paid by Fyers. Margin orders can only be placed on select stocks and the margin limit varies depending on the quality of the stock.

    The process to place a margin order is the same as any other normal order. The only difference is that you need to select CNC/Margin as an order type while placing the order.

     

     

Fyers Account Opening Enquiry

Invest brokerage-free Equity Delivery and Direct Mutual Funds (Zero brokerage). Pay flat Rs 20 per trade for Intra-day and F&O. Open FREE Demat Account online with Fyers and start trading today.

Information on this page was last updated on Thursday, October 7, 2021

Special Offer: Invest brokerage-free Equity Delivery and Direct Mutual Funds (Zero brokerage). Pay flat Rs 20 per trade for Intra-day and F&O. Open FREE Demat Account online with Fyers and start trading today.

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