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What is Delivery Trading?

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Delivery trading is a type of trading in which traders buy shares and keep them for a long time. This period can last for two days, a week, a month, or a year. In this way of trading, there is no time limit on when the shares can be sold. You can call it a delivery trade as long as the shares are sent to the linked Demat account.

You need a Demat account for carrying out any delivery trades. A Demat account is used to hold all of your financial securities. With Share India, you can open a Demat account from any device in just 10 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Delivery Trading

The delivery trade refers to buying and selling shares as per our needs. You need to open a demat account and store your shares for the delivery trade. Traders often take delivery contracts for long-term investment. But still, you can easily sell the delivery trade on the same day. There is no restriction on selling the delivery trade on the same day.

The delivery trade refers to buying and storing shares in your Demat account. Traders or investors can hold each delivery share for as long as they want. For days, weeks, months, or even years, you can hold the delivery shares in your demat account. When a trader buys a delivery share, they often want to make a profit out of it, and most probably, the profit comes after the rise of the share, which usually takes days or weeks.

Yes, if you are unsatisfied with your delivery trade, you can easily sell your shares. You can buy and sell shares from the Share India platform in just a few clicks from anywhere.

Yes, you can convert a delivery trade into an intraday, but it can be done only for the securities you bought on the same day and sold before the auto square-off time. As per the definition, an intraday trader buys and sells financial assets on the same day. As an intraday trade, you need to select the asset as an intraday trade at the time of buying it, so after selecting the asset as an intraday trade, it will be considered as an intraday trade and it will be automatically squared off before the end of the day. You get an option to convert an intraday trade into a delivery trade, but you cannot convert the delivery trade after owning the stocks.

As per the delivery trade rule, you need to have securities in your Demat account before you can sell them. You need to own them first. So, in the case of short selling, you need to sell a stock and then buy it back before the end of the trading day. It is usually followed when the stock price tends to go down on the same day. For a start, you need to first select the option of margin intraday square-up, which lets the broker platform know it is a short-sell order. The short-selling orders that are intraday trades need to be closed out the same day around 3:15 IST pm. Consider this example of a short sale.

Suppose you sell the stock and it goes down. Here you have sold 500 shares of ABC company at Rs.200 and the shares can go up to Rs.210.

With this trade, you can earn up to Rs. 5,000. You can also add a stop loss to terminate your position and avoid heavy losses. If there is no volatility, then you can square off your position before the closing time of the stock market.

It is not directly possible to carry out short selling or derivative trading in delivery trading. If you are confident that the stock price will fall, you can short-sell futures contracts on that stock or take on put contracts on the same stock.

The delivery trader can make money by buying a share of a company that seems to grow and provide better returns. You can sell these shares in the short term. Or else, you can hold your share for the long term and sell it whenever you think you will get better returns.

Delivery trading is a form where a trader purchases shares and does not sell them on the same day. You can incur no penalties while carrying out delivery trading if you're not involved in malpractices.

The two types of shares are common shares and preference shares. The common shares are the shares that can be bought or sold in the stock market. And the preference shares refer to shares that carry special rights, which include dividend receipt, capital reimbursement etc. Preferred shares get the highest priority when an organisation is undergoing liquidation.

The Depository Participant or DP refers to a registered stockbroker of a particular depository which can be NSDL or CDSL. The function of DP is to act as an intermediary between shareholders and the listed company in the stock market.

Each Demat account holder is assigned a unique 16-digit ID. The first 8 digits of these IDs represent the depository participants, and the last 8 digits define a unique Identification number for each investor. Every investor gets the Demat ID after completing all the steps for opening a Demat account.

In the online era, we need to choose a broker who provides modern technology and low broking charges. To end your search, you can opt for Share India, which provides both technology and affordable costs for online trading.

The SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India) is a regulatory body that oversees the function of the stock market in India. SEBI holds power to oblige companies from being listed on any stock exchange in India. SEBI also regulates the stockbroker registrations and keeps them in check regularly.

Yes, You can easily open Demat and Trading accounts online with Share India. All you need to do is keep your original Aadhar Card and PAN card with you. First, you need to add your personal details such as name, email & phone number to proceed with the eKYC process. After this, you need to add the nominal details & sign the declaration form and then wait for confirmation of your online Demat & trading account.