Why am I not able to place Stop Orders (SL-M) for my options position?
In order to avoid freak trades that result in massive losses for the investors, Stop Order a.k.a. Stop Loss Market order has been discontinued for the options segment with effect from 27th September 2021 as directed by the exchange. Hence, you’ll not be able to place the Stop Orders in the Options Segment.
Alternatively, You can use Stop-Limit Order (SL-Limit) to act as the stop loss for your existing open option positions (refer to this article
Can I place market orders in commodities options?
No, you will not be able to place market orders in the MCX Options segment. In India, commodities derivatives (Especially Options) are traded in very low volumes and most of them are illiquid ones. The availability of Market orders in these options ...
Can I place BO/CO orders in the Options Segment?
With effect from 27th September 2021, the Bracket Orders and Cover Orders have been disabled for the Options Segment in Fyers. As a result, you will not be able to use the BO/CO in the options segment (Refer to this article)
Can I use the Options Premium received to place new orders in F&O?
Yes, Options premium received on selling options contracts can be used to place new orders. However, it cannot be used on the same day but from the next trading day. For Example, Mr X shorted 1 lot of Nifty 18000PE trading at 100. The premium of ...
What product types can I use to place orders in Fyers?
There are various kinds of traders in the market having their styles and trading methods. Therefore, in order to meet all the their requirements, we provide you with multiple options on the order window. Majorly, they are divided into two types: ...
Do After Market Orders have to be limit orders (AMO)?
No! After market orders need not be limit orders. You can place 'Market' Orders in AMO.