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City College, Harlem ​Capital Markets may seem technical especially if you are new to the markets sometimes it's just the terminologies which make it appear complex but trust me it is quite easy once you take the little effort it needs hello I'm Gaurav and in this video I will take you through some of these terminologies which you will often encounter on ICICI telecom let us first look at the terms often used while trading in the equity segment through ICICI a direct trading account the first thing that you do before you place an order is to check how much the stock is quoting add let's spend a couple of minutes understanding quotes you get the code with gate code link here on the buy or sell page these are live quotes from both NSE and BSE first look at the best bid and best offer price the best bid is applicable to a seller if you are looking to sell a stock of emphasis the best price you can get at this point of time is rupees two thousand seven hundred and twenty eight point nine zero on NS e if you are a buyer the best offer price available will apply and right now it is two thousand seven hundred and twenty eight point nine five on n AC you can also check the best five bids and offers to look at the stack of buyers and sellers available with the disclosed quantity the rest of the information available on the gate quote is also quite easy to understand you get the last traded price the day closed that is the last trading days closing price the price at which the stop opened the intraday high and low the change is with respect to the last traded price and the last day closed the same info is displayed in percent as percent change the volume displays the total number of stocks traded in the exchange till date now remember that the day volume shows the activity in the stock and more trades mean more liquidity and better price discovery this also manifests in the bid and offer spreads for a stock which is very active in liquid the difference between bid and offer is much lower the gate code window shows other information - like the Sensex and nifty values as well as 52-week high and low of the stock you can also use the buy sell links here directly go to an order and place an order having looked at quotes let us now turn our attention to order types you must have already seen the term market order when you place a market order for a security such as stocks you essentially tell the exchange that you wish to buy or sell at the best available price in the market at the time the exchange matches it let's place a market order to understand this better let me buy one share of Infosys if I choose market order the order is likely to be matched to a best bid price which one can check on the code so here if you were to place a buy order for Infosys it will get executed at the best price available at that institute however please note that in a market order the exact price can only be known after the trade has been executed a market order placed on NSE which gets executed fully or partially executed becomes the limit price at the last traded price in case of BSC if an order is not fully executed the order gets cancelled by the exchange in case of art execution of market order the order for the remaining quantity becomes a limit order at the last executed price market orders are useful if you want to execute the trade immediately if you wish to trade at a specified price you should place a limit order let us now see how limit orders work a limit order allows you to specify the lowest or highest price at which you will sell or buy a specified number of shares the actual execution of order can be at a price more favorable than the price specified for example for example let's say I want to buy 20 shares of XYZ company trading at 750 2.35 and want to purchase only if the price is rupees 750 all I need to do is to put a limit order for rupees 750 my trades will only get executed at would be 750 or below though limit order gives you a certainty in the terms of prices there is no certainty if the order will get executed immediately or in fact the order will get executed at all but then you can always modify a limit order with a new limit price good till cancelled is another interesting order type it is called by the name my GDC my GTC is a new order type under equity cash segment my GDC order provides the unique benefit of keeping your limit order open up to 30 calendar days this increases the chances of achieving your desired price for the trade it also saves you from the hassle of placing the same order over and over again each day if the stock reaches the desired level let's say NP is currently trading at rupees 2707 and I want to buy 10 quantities if the price holds 2 rupees 2700 if I place a limit order today and it doesn't get fulfilled my order will get cancelled at the end of the trading session I would then need to place a fresh order the next day with my GTC I can place the order once and can keep the order up until 30 days so here I select my GTC option and will place this order at a limit price of rupees 2700 my GDC can also be used to place a sell order at a limit price which is your target price to book profits like market order and limit order immediate or cancel is another type of an order immediate or cancel order or IOC order as it is called allows you to buy or sell a security as soon as the order is released into the system failing which your order is cancelled from the system partial match is possible for the order but the unmatched portion of the order is cancelled immediately let us now look at stop-loss order type the stop-loss

order type enables you to place an order which gets activated when the market price of the security reaches or crosses a threshold price specified by you in the form of stop-loss trigger price when you specify s LTP in a limit order the order becomes conditional on the market price of the security crossing the specified s LTP it is used as a tool to limit the maximum loss on a position the order remains passive meaning not eligible for execution till the condition is satisfied was the last traded price of the stock who reaches or surpasses the SLPP the order becomes active and then on behaves like a normal limit order isn't that interesting for example I have bought Infosys shares at rupees 2800 in expectation that the prices will rise however in the event the prices of the stock falls I would like to minimize my losses by placing in sntp order for this I will have to place a limit sell order specifying a SL TP of rupees 2715 and a limit price of rupees 2710 once the last traded price touches or crosses rupee 715 the order gets converted into a limit sell order a trapeze 2710 let us now turn to equity s IP with equity s IP you can place buy orders for a pre-specified amount or a pre specified quantity in stocks of your choice at regular intervals over a period you wish for example you can place an equity si P for a period of say one year to invest five thousand per month in shares of BHEL whatever the price of BHEL shares are at that time or you can choose to buy 25 shares of BHEL every month with an equity si P you there are many benefits of investing through equity si P first it helps in disciplined investments second it helps in spreading and averaging the cost of purchase thereby reducing risk third it removes the risk of timing the market and fourth it curtails the risk in a volatile market and finally it accumulates wealth by investing small sums regularly but what if you are a power trader in that case you have margin margin is a facility offered by ICICI direct that gives you leverage on your trading limit that is you can take buy or sell positions on greater amounts than what you could have taken in cash segment however the risk profile of a transaction goes up here is how it works margin allows you to take buy or sell position in stocks with the intention of squaring of the position within the same settlement cycle in the case of buy transaction the facility also allows you to continue with the open margin positions beyond the day however if you take such a position you have to take delivery by making the necessary funds settlement or else you always have the option to square up the position do take a look at our video on the margin trade to understand the transaction cycle there are two square of modes for margin buy transactions broke a square of mode and client square of mode under the square of mode all margin buy positions will be identified as intraday and will be either cancelled or squared off respectively by aiesec during the end of the settlement process for the current settlement day unlike broker square off mode all margin by positions that are marked client square off mode will not be cancelled or squared off by aiesec during the end of settlement process for the current settlement in other words the owners to square of such positions before the stipulated time T plus two trading days lies on you in case you fail to cancel or square off I sack will square off on a best effort basis during the end of settlement process let us carefully go through the main implications of this facility first you can continue with the buy margin position till t plus 2 days instead of squaring off on the spreading day second you can make the most of late market movements since you can place fresh buy orders anytime during the day right up to 3:30 p.m. third you could choose to take delivery of your existing buy margin positions by paying the required funds by P plus 2 days and last but not the least all positions under pending for delivery would be considered as cash transactions and accordingly the charges would be levied if you are a margin trader you can now make the most of it and if you are not you would urge you to study the margin product let us now shift focus to a term called disclosed quantity generally when you place an order the order quantity is disclosed in full to the market an order with disclosed quantity condition allows the trading member that is AIESEC in your case to disclose only a part of the order quantity to the market for example an order of 800 with a disclosed quantity condition of 200 will mean that 200 is displaced to the market at a time after this is traded another 200 will automatically get released and so on till the full order is executed in NSE the DQ or disclosed quantity should not be less than 10% of the order quantity and at the same time should not be greater than or equal to the order quantity in BSC the DQ should not be less than either 10% of the order quantity or 1000 which ever is lower and at the same time should not be greater than or equal to the order quantity does this facility allows you to disclose only a portion of the order quantity to the market for the convenience of our customers while placing orders if we have provided the facility to calculate the quantity of shares to be bought from amount allocated towards secondary market to arrive at the number of shares to be bought you need to click on calculate link available on cash buy and margin buy links available under equity tab let us now talk about terminologies which are often used while investing in mutual funds through ICICI direct trading account there is a systemic investment plan or SIV facility in mutual funds to s IP allows you to invest a particular amount for a particular interval in the mutual fund scheme of your choice it is a type of client offered by mutual funds once you set an S IP you are not required to track the investment dates on the defined date the amount indicated by you will be automatically debited from your linked ICICI Bank account and will be invested in the scheme selected by you once you set an s IP you're not required to track the investment dates s IPS have been

one of the best investment strategies to reap long-term equity investment gains there are many benefits of investing through mutual fund s IP s IP allows you to invest a pre-specified amount in a scheme at periodic intervals so whenever market goes down the net asset value of the scheme also goes down and you end up buying more units of the scheme if the market moves up net asset value of the scheme increases and you will get less units of the scheme hence the average cost of purchase works out lessor further by investing relatively small amounts through s IPs you can accumulate wealth over a period of time without straining your savings substantially also by investing a small amount regularly into the schemes you can avoid the common error of investing large sums in bull markets and smaller sums in bear markets I'd like to mention one very important feature of mutual fund trading on I see I see a direct comm transferrin transferrin is a process where you can bring your offline folio or a folio hell with some other broker to ICICI direct to transfer your units to ICICI direct click on transfer in under mutual funds section select the mutual fund name from the drop-down click on place VI order enter the folio number and click on submit that's it to transfer your units to ICICI Direct click on transfer in under mutual funds section select the mutual fund name from the dropdown click on place VI order enter the folio number and click on submit that's it you need to send a few documents for transfer into ICICI sakura trees the transfer and request letter which can be downloaded from ICICI Derrick calm after placing the transfer in request is required similarly you need to send self attested man copies for each transfer in request thirdly the transaction statement from AMC for the MF folio is required and lastly you need to send a canceled check from savings bank account which is linked to trading account after completion of transfer in process all schemes available in the folio will reflect under MF unit holding page I hope understanding the terminology will make your trading experience on ICICI Direct still more enjoyable just in case you encounter any difficulty you know we are just a call away please use the click to call facility or email us at the email id mentioned on your screen thank you and happy investing you you New York University School of Law.