HOW TO TRADE IN UPSTOX DEMAT ACCOUNT

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W H A T I S U P S T O X D E M A T A C C O U N T
So basically, a demat account is a type of an account which helps you in your trading towards the stock market in terms of buying, selling of shares , and investment in trades that too in an electronic format.

U P S T O X S H A R E S B U Y I N G O P T I O N S
Assuming that you are new towards trading and in the stock market, let us now consider that you already have a demat account in UPSTOX.
1. OK, so moving on with the first interface you will get just after opening your UPSTOX application is a few watchlist which you had created or you can create by searching the company name and just clicking in the star present just after the company name

2. And in the bottom side you will see 4 sub options My lists, Trades, Discover and Inbox.

3. Now further moving you can create a watchlist of the companies present in the market. which will show you the current price of the one stock for that particular company.

4. Next on trades you can see the trades for which you have applied which is also further divided into different categories such as positions, holdings and orders.

5. Positions- these usually define the current positions of the stocks or the trades to which you have invested.

6. Orders- This is the section that gives a summary of pending trades that has to be placed in the stock market or the market when there is the right time according to the modification you have made.

7. Holdings- In upstox holding means all the securities like the mutual funds or shares that are currently present in your Upstox demat account.

T1 and T2 holding in UPSTOX:
Once a trade has been decided and invested it takes T+2 i.e., trade day + 2 additional day for upstox to receive the stock from the exchange and T1 are holdings are the type of holdings which is yet to be settled by the exchange.

Moving on let us see now the different buying options in the UPSTOX There are 3 different options that are usually used for trading and buying of stocks in the market i.e.
1.CASH(delivery)

2.INTRADAY(same day buy and sell)

3.FUTURE AND OPTIONS(F&O)

Some basic functions which are used in UPSTOX are:
SWIPE RIGHT—- Buys a share.

SWIPE LEFT——Sells a share.

CASH: Once you buy a quantity of share the cash or delivery would be done for the amount of shares you bought. From this share you can sell them anytime once bought.

INTRADAY: So intraday is good for all the active traders who do not want to invest in the share market for a long run. Intraday provides you the margin while buying the share for example if you need to buy a company 100 shares and cast of shares is 100 rupees then you will have to pay an amount of 10,000 in CASH\DELIVERY but in Intraday you will only have to buy the share in say rupee2000 i.e., you will get a margin but the condition is that you have sell the shares that you bought on the same day. Intraday Trading is also known as Day trading. The share prices are there to fluctuate every day and the traders try to withdraw the maximum amount of the profit at the time at which there is the highest price of that particular trade or share.

B U Y I N G A S H A R E I N U P S T O X
Let us see what is an ongoing process for a share when we need to buy it.
Consider an example for say we have a Reliance share worth rupee 2375.
Now after giving a right swipe, we found that the interface shows you different things.
1. Firstly, the company name here is reliance.

2. Secondly comes the Side–right now Buy (you can choose sell when you need to sell your share)

3. Third comes the Product type (Delivery or Intraday) Both the terms have been explained above you can choose any one of them while purchasing the share.
With reference to the example, you can see that the price of the Reliance share will be 2,37,505(DELIVERY) 47,474(INTRADAY)

4. On fourth comes the LIMIT PRICE – A limit price can be defined as the price you set on which you will buy a share.
It is usually a set price when it comes up to buy or sell a stock, basic range selected.
In simple words we can say on setting the limit price we set the limit of the price of share to which we will buy it.
Ex- On setting the limit of share price as 2370, this means we will only buy the share when the price is dropped to rupee 2370.

5. Fifth comes the TRIGGER PRICE– Defined as the price at which order went to exchange.
example- Set trigger price as rupee2364 now at this price only or above your product will execute. Price at which certain consequences ensure.

A D V A N C E D I N S T R U C T I O N S
Now the advanced instructions consist of two works
CO and OCO

CO-cover order
OCO-one cancel the another

CO: Cover order allows you to place two opposite orders at the same script, simultaneously.
The first order is the market order and the second order is the stoploss delta.
In cover order we see that it makes us set a Stop Loss delta.

Now what is a stop loss delta?
A stoploss delta is the amount to which you can see a loss or a loss that you can manage.
For ex: Setting a stop loss for rupee means when the share price comes to rupee 2365 the shares will be sold automatically.

OCO: It is a type of conditional order for a pair of orders in which the execution of one automatically cancels the other.
Once cancel the other, you can create one stoploss delta and a target delta.

What is a Target delta?
If you buy a share of rupee 100 and set the target delta for rupee105 then the time at which the share reaches its target delta it will be sold automatically.

And again, same with the Stoploss delta.
But the twist is the thing which happens first either the Target delta or the Stoploss delta. Anything which happens first will be executed.

Final step clicks on Review— Show basic review— swipe to buy now after buying you can check your orders.

In starting it would be in pending if you set the limit and then it will be under positions. Thus, this was the very basic term according to me that will be helpful for you for investing in the market with the help of UPSTOX.

T R A D E I N F O :
NSE and BSE offer investors with options in future and options in stock and indices. A future contract enables investors to buy or sell a stock. At a fixed price for delivery on a due date.
Further contracts have fixed conditions such as price, quantity and time.

Trading in F&O will be explained with an example but before let us see some few things.

CE- Call option buy executed when market goes up

PE- Put option buy executed when market goes down

Example- NIFTY 17000 you searched then you will be getting the following buying options.
Hence select any one of them.

THIS WAS ALL THE BASIC TERMS RELATED TO TRADING IN THE STOCK MARKET USING UPSTOX.

Conclusion- Modern technology makes it simple for everyone to operate a trading account.you can buy or sell it in real time just by a simple click. all you need to do is create an account with kyc,your address proof and link your bank account and start trading with upstox.

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