Margin against shares/Pledging/Collateral

What is Margin against shares (MAS)? Clients can leverage shares in their demat accounts to obtain margin funding required to make trades. This margin can be used for taking intra-day and overnight positions. This facility is available for customers who hold shares in their demat account for long term investments. The facility is called Margin Against Shares, (MAS) for short. MAS (Margin against Shares)Read More

NRI Trading at RKSV

NRI Trading at RKSV India’s economic prospects continue to be bright and its long-term growth story remains intact. As an Indian residing overseas, if you want to take advantage of the high growth back home, you can do so by investing in stocks. NRI’s trading through RKSV can purchase shares or convertible debenture of an Indian company throughRead More

6 major factors pushing the Indian markets to all time highs

The Indian benchmark indices on short intervals are hitting all-time high levels. The sentiment among investors has turned bullish and they are expecting the Indian markets to rally another 5-10 per cent in the run-up to Diwali. A mix of global and domestic factors is pushing the benchmarks to newer highs: 1. US markets at recordRead More

The Secret Life Of Cheap vs. Expensive Stocks

Perhaps the most elusive of all shadowy things in the market is the ever fleeting concept of cheap vs. expensive stocks. Was Amazon priced fairly before the tech bubble? There are some stocks out there that have market capitalisation of 100 times their revenue. Why on earth would that happen? That is less a functionRead More

10 Quotes of Famous Investors Decoded

Stock market investing is often considered a gamble. A general perception is that your success depends purely on luck. This, however, is not true. Some of the rules of the market are fairly simple. Famous investors and market gurus, who have made millions of bucks in stocks, will vouch for this. Here’s a look atRead More

Cover Order Buying on Options: Launch!

Finally! With the Union Budget passed last week, we can expect a good amount of volatility ahead as the markets get prepared for implementation of changes laid out by the Finance Minister. And, to facilitate your trading decisions, we have decided to offer the facility of Cover Order Buying on Options!  In case you want to knowRead More

Lessons From Livermore – 4 Things Learnt From A Great Trader

The Boy Plunger This article talks about 4 things we can learn from one of the most talked about traders in the world – Jesse Livermore. One of the first books which fascinated and terrified me at the same time was “Reminisces of a Stock Operator” a book on Jesse Livermore. You can buy the bookRead More

Bracket Orders (or OCO – One Cancels Other)

Overview We just launched Bracket Orders earlier this week. Let’s go over what they are and how they can help you. A bracket order can be used to limit your loss and lock in a profit by “bracketing” an order with two opposite-side orders. Through this order type, you can place three orders at one go:Read More

India: 3rd Largest Economy – 5 Fascinating Infographics

5 Fascinating Infographics Good things do come before election results don’t they? Well, this time it’s a report by the world bank which you can find here,  it says that India has now overtaken Japan to become the third largest economy in terms of PPP (purchasing power parity). The report also talked about why measuringRead More

Week Ahead – Trading Strategy, Rupee, IT Sector

The Week Ahead for March 10th, 2014 Your weekly dose of RKSV’s The Week Ahead!  If you like these videos, ensure you’re subscribed to our series of videos by subscribing here: Subscribe! On this week’s video, we will cover the following topics: A Trading Strategy You Can Use Rupee and IT Sector Opinion Polls Verdict

Cover Orders for Options

Cover Orders – Overview Introduction Recently, we had enabled trading for a special order type called Cover Orders back in January. Today, we are enabling Cover Orders for Options (sell side only) also. Cover orders is a multiple-leg order involving a regular market order and a stop-loss market order. When you place a cover orderRead More