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


 

 

 

* 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.

TradingBells is a discount broker in India and a part of Swastika Investmart Ltd. The broker offers various services to make investing and trading easier across equity, derivative, currency, commodity, mutual fund, and IPO segments. TradingBells offers a 2-in-1 account to investors integrating the trading and Demat accounts.

TradingBells offers various trading platforms to make trading easy for investors. Here are the trading platforms offered by the broker:

  1. Justrade Pro
  2. Justrade Browser-based Trading Software
  3. Justrade Mobile Trading App

TradingBells Exposure Limits

TradingBells offers a margin funding facility to its investors. The interest rate on TradingBells margin funding is 0.067% per day (Rs 6.67 per day on a shortfall of Rs 10,000). These are available for delivery, intraday, and derivative products. To get margin funding benefits, you have to open a trading account with TradingBells.

TradingBells Margin Policy- Key Points to Note

  • Provides 10x exposure on specified scrips only, else limit is 1x
  • Minimum half of the margin amount is required in cash or cash equivalent form
  • For index options and stock options, the trading range is +/-10% of the market price for the strike price
  • If any trade is in a heavy loss, auto cut at 80% from the margin amount is applicable
  • Provides extra leverage on intraday trades through Margin Plus product

TradingBells Margin Shortage Penalties

For short or non-collection of amount, penalties are levied by the trading member. Followings are the cases:

  • Short collection amount is less than Rs 1 lakh and less than 10% of applicable margin, 0.5% of shortfall amount is charged as penalty.
  • The shortfall is more than Rs 1 lakh or equal/ more than 10% of applicable margin, a 1% penalty is levied.
  • If the shortfall continues for 3 consecutive days and more, then a 5% penalty is charged for each day.
  • When total days of the shortfall in a month is more than 5 days, 5% of the shortfall amount for each day is levied.

In case the shortfall is due to the movement of 3% and more in the currency pair and index, the penalty is levied only when the shortfall extends to T+2 days.

Example of Margin Shortfall

Suppose, you have Rs 10,000 in the account and you have created an overnight future option with Rs 10,000 margin on T day. Suppose, due to market movement Rs 1,000 is debited on the same day. As the shortfall is less than Rs 1 lakh but equal to 10% of applicable margin, a 1% penalty will be charged on T+1 day.

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TradingBells Margin

SegmentTrading Margin
Equity Delivery1x
Equity Intraday10x for most scripts
Equity FutureIntraday: 3x | Carry: 1x
Equity Option1x
Currency FutureIntraday: 3x | Carry: 1x
Currency OptionIntraday: 3x | Carry: 1x
Commodity FutureIntraday: 3x | Carry: 1x
Commodity Option
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Information on this page was last updated on Saturday, June 6, 2020


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