Checking Margin Requirement for Basket Order on FYERS

How can I check the margin required in a basket order on FYERS?

When you're about to place a basket order on FYERS, it's crucial to be aware of the required margin. Here's how you can determine this:

Utilise the 'Margin Required' Feature: We've embedded a special feature called 'Margin Required' that clearly indicates the necessary funds for your planned trades within a basket order.

Practical Scenario: Imagine Mr. Kali wants to set up a Bank Nifty Bear Call Spread Options Strategy. He's uncertain about the margin requirements. With the 'Margin Required' tool, he can instantly ascertain the necessary funds.

Locate the Margin Details: After adding all your intended trades to the basket order, glance at the bottom of the window. This section will display the consolidated margin requirement, helping you gauge the financial commitment for your strategies or multiple trades.

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