Can I short sell futures contracts without having the underlying shares in my Demat account?
Yes. Since all derivative positions are settled in cash, the investor can short sell futures contracts without having the underlying shares in his/her Demat account.
How is futures trading different from margin trading?
In a margin transaction, the positions are squared off the very same day whereas, in futures trading, the positions can be held until the expiry of the contract. In an intraday margin transaction, the investor has the option of converting his ...
How to transfer shares from my existing Demat account to FYERS?
You can transfer shares from one Demat to another, both Online and Offline. Procedure for transferring the shares offline: Submit Transfer-Cum-Closure forms to the broker from whom you wish to transfer the securities. Along with the forms mentioned ...
Can I transfer my Shares/Mutual Funds from NSDL Demat Account to FYERS?
Yes, you can transfer your shares from your NSDL Demat to Fyers Demat account. However, the procedure to do so is offline and is as below: Request for a Client Master Report (CMR) from FYERS by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get the Delivery ...
What is underlying? What is the difference between an underlying and a derivative contract?
In derivatives trading, an underlying asset is the financial instrument represented by a derivative and is what gives a derivative its value. An underlying asset often takes the form of stocks, bonds, indices, currencies or commodities, but it can be ...
Why does my recently transferred shares to FYERS Demat A/c show the Buy Average as Zero?
The shares transferred from other Demat to FYERS shows the Buy average price as zero as the shares were not bought in FYERS and the price of purchase will also not be available. Hence, you’re required to send the Statement Of Accounts (SOA) to ...