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Dos & Don'ts


Dos Don'ts
  1. Do not execute the client member agreement until you clear your doubt.
  2. Do not provide wrong details.
  3. Do not trade in any product without knowing the risk involved. Keep yourself aware of equity market investments.
  4. Do not trade on behalf of others.
  5. Do not pay cash to any employee of the broking firm for trading.
  6. Do not trade on the basis of market rumors. Always verify the authenticity of such rumors. Analyze the information available to make investments.
  7. Do not overlook any discrepancy in contract note.
  8. Do not trust any person who assures you of a fixed return by trading on your behalf.
  9. Do not reveal your password to any one.
  10. Do not trade in BTST (buy today sell tomorrow)
  11. Do not trade in intraday (same day square off)
  12. Do not trade in shares which have been prohibited for NRIs
  13. Do not short sell shares. You need to have required stock available in your demat account before selling it.