What is the maximum quantity I can trade in a single order?

The applicable quantity limit shall be based on the following table.  Segment Maximum Quantity OR Turnover per order  Equity Cash  35000 Qty OR 40 Lacs Turnover  Nifty  5000 Qty OR 2 Cr Turnover  BankNifty  2480 Qty OR 2 Cr Turnover For the list of all futures contract please Click here.

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NEST Mobile Trading Interface

Login Screen  Home Page  Quotes  Index Watch Create Market Watch:    View the Market Watch: Order Placement: Tapping on any scrip will popup order placement window   Cash Balance: Shows balance available while placing an order Order Book:  Limits: Shows margin available for trading  Placing an order: Color changes to blue for buy Color changes to Red for sell […]

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Payout schedule

All payout requests will be processed as per below schedule Mode of request Segment Request day Cut-off time BOX Back office All segments Mon – Fri 7:00 am NEST Trader/NEST Web/Sine Mobile/Sine web  All segments Mon – Fri 11:59 pm Important Note: To get same day payout, place your payout request from BOX back office […]

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Funds have been debited from my bank account but allocation in my trading account has not increased. Will my pending instruction be processed in such a case?

This may occur if your bank account has been debited but the status of your payment is not updated. Payment Gateway: Payment gateway transaction is not received by us due to connectivity issues or closure of browser the cycle is broken in between. The status of such transactions is temporarily updated as ‘Request Sent’ under the […]

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I have a firewall in my office. Can I still access your NEST software?

In case you are not getting access in your office due to firewall, then you can enable the URL nest-trader.tradesmartonline.in with ports 64104, 64105, 65000 and 56000. Alternatively, you can login to your mobile phone. Download mobile app Sine for Android and iPhone. To know on how to trade through Sine mobile app, refer our YouTube channel.

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What is a stop-loss order?

Stop-loss order is used as a tool to limit the maximum loss on a position. In a stop-loss order two prices are to be entered, one is the Trigger price and the other is Limit Price. Let us take couple of examples to understand the concept of Stop-loss order. Stop loss – Buy Order ‘A’ short sells […]

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What does EQ, BE, BL,BT, GC and IL series stands for in NSE?

EQ: It stands for Equity. In this series intraday trading is possible in addition to delivery. BE:  It stands for Book Entry. Shares falling in the Trade-to-Trade or T-segment are traded in this series and no intraday is allowed. This means trades can only be settled by accepting or giving the delivery of shares. BL: This […]

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