Frequently Asked Question
As a beginner into trading or investing into a stock market, one is required to be well aware of processes and norms. With intermediaries like depositories, regulators (SEBI) and clearing houses involved at different stages of trading, a new trader is required to have the basic idea of the how trading works should be clear in his mind. Wisdom Capital tires to answer all possible questions in a trader’s mind at beginner level with following FAQ section.
Account opening process is very simple. Please register details mentioned at Wisdom’s website and get a call back from our sales team for opening an account. A trader can also download account opening forms (KYC) from the download section, take printout along with supporting documents and courier it to us. You can call us to talk to our sales team on Toll-Free No 1800-123-9343.
Yes, Wisdom Capital does offer this service only to our customers. An executive will come to your doorstep for KYC. For requesting visit of the representative please talk to our sales team or drop a mail to email@example.com
Depending on your requirement you can choose any account like:-
- Trading Account (Only FO (Futures & Options))
- Trading +Demat Account (Equity and Derivatives)
- Commodity Account (MCX +NCDEX)
- Trading +Demat+ Commodity for trading all exchanges (NSE,BSE,NFO,BFO,Mcx,Ncdex,CDS)
You will be able to trade in all segments from single trading ID.
Our Account opening charges are absolutely free.
You can opt for AMC(Annual Maintenance Charge ) annually i,e. 300 +GST or lifetime AMC free by Paying Rs.1180(Rs.999+18% GST).
“DEMAT Account = Share Bank”. A depository is like a bank where securities are held in electronic (dematerialized) form. In India, there are two Depositories -National Securities Depositories Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Services Limited (CDSL). Under the Depositories Act, investors can avail of the services of the Depositories through Depository Participants (DP). DPs are like bank branches wherein shares in physical form needed to be deposited for converting the same to electronic (demat) form. To enter into the system you have to open a Demat account with a DP for which an application in the prescribed form is to be filled and signed by the applicant along with supporting documents for different categories of Demat accounts.
Demat Account opening is required if you wish to trade in Equity or Futures and Options, as mandated by the Exchange. However, if you don’t wish to open a new Demat Account with Wisdom Capital, you can link an existing Demat account. For linking Demat account you need to attach Client Master Copy of Demat account, self-attested with account opening form. For seamless trading, we would suggest you to open a Demat with Wisdom Capital.
It just takes 24 Hours, once Wisdom Capital receives your account opening kit after the verification. We suggest you to send us correct account opening kit without any discrepancy. Please ensure that you are signing in at all correct places in KYC. You can call our sales team for the same.
Wisdom Capital offers you with the lowest brokerage in the trading world. That is, you can trade in;
Future & Options, Currency and Commodities Segment at just 9/- Trade
Equity @ 0.01 % *
The brokerage in Equity Segment is levied @ 0.01% on turnover for the shares valued more the Rs.100, and is levied @ 0.01 p. per share for the shares which are valued less than Rs.100.
The brokerage in Futures & Options is levied @ Rs.9 per Trade, where per trade means that the brokerage will be applicable as per the number of trades done, that is, as per the Transaction ID generated by the exchange.
The charges and taxes with respect to the trades can checked here.
Visit our brokerage calculator link to know all charges regarding trading.
When you place an order over the phone through any of our dealers, we charge an additional charge of Rs. 20 as Call & Trade, per executed order. If your position is being squared off from our end, then Call and Trade charges will be applicable.
When you place an order which gets traded, it is called an executed order. At Wisdom Capital you don’t pay for placing, canceling or modifying an order.
We are currently providing Wisdom Trade (Browser Based Trading Platform), Wisdom Pro (Android Based Mobile Platform) and NEST (Desktop Trading Platform).In NEST, you can trade all segments including MCX with it. If you wish to trade in all segments like equities & commodities, etc., NEST is a perfect match for you as a single terminal for all the segments e.g., NSE, BSE & MCX.
Cover Order is a type of product allowed in a trading platform that helps a trader to get more leverage while taking an intraday position. Where a trader have an opportunity to gain from high returns. By placing a cover order, a trader get to limit its losses by specifying the mandatory stop loss trigger price. While taking an intraday position (which is done at market price), trader get to specify the trigger price at the time of taking the position itself. This way the downside risk that would normally be present while taking on a leverage intraday position is limited by setting the trigger price for the opposite order (square off) at the time of placing the order.
First, Cover Order helps you provide higher leverage while doing intra-day trading. Secondly, it helps you bring discipline into your trading by asking you to place SL order, compulsorily, thereby limiting your risk or defining your risk in each trade. While higher leverage avails you more trading opportunity, discipline instilled through SL affords you to protect your capital by limiting your losses, in case trade goes against your plan.
Let us assume you wish to take a ‘buy’ position on Nifty based on intra-day movements of Nifty. In case of a simple order, you have exposed to both the upside and downside movement of Nifty, thereby susceptible to significant risk in compensation for possible high returns. In such a scenario, the client is better off by placing a Cover Order instead. This way you can:
- Leverage your ‘buy’ position by a measure of approx four times (depending on the margin).
- Specify a trigger price (which is for the opposite position, in this case – ‘sell’). This trigger price ‘sell’ order gets executed only if the market price of the stock falls below the trigger price set by the user at the time of placing the Cover Order.
- c.) Limit losses to the maximum of the difference between the ‘Buy’ market price and the Stop Loss Trigger price in case of a downside movement of Nifty.
The Cover Order feature has now been extended to NSE, BSE, MCX and derivatives. Thus you can now leverage your trades in all segments.
A client can either place a Buy Cover Order( Alt+F1) or a Sell Cover Order( Alt+F2). A Buy Cover Order implies buying Nifty, expecting the prices to rise during the day while specifying the trigger price for the sell order in case of a fall in the price. Similarly, a Sell Cover Order implies selling nifty, expecting the Nifty to fall during the day, and at the same time specifying the trigger price for the buy order in case of a rise in the price.
Yes both works at the same time as in Cover order, we have a mandatory stop-loss price you need to place while entering. As buy happens on market price and stop-loss/trigger price remains pending.
We have an option in the Order book to exit the pending stop loss where you need to exit the pending stop-loss/trigger price and position will be squared off and also the pending stop-loss price.
To book profit in a cover order you need to go to Order Book by pressing F3. Order Book window will display you SL order as a product type CO. Select your order and click Exit (down right corner of Order Book). Your order will be squared off at a Market Rate. Once the orders have been placed you will be able to see it in your order book. (F3). Stop Loss once placed in Cover Order cannot be canceled but can only be modified within the range as indicated under trigger Price Range. You will be able to amend the Trigger Price “WITHIN THE RANGE” as indicated at the bottom left corner as Trigger Price Range.
Margins or Leverages offered by Wisdom Capital varies from market segments to segments. However, they are divided into two sectors prominently, Equities and Derivatives.
Intraday Equity When you take a trade in equity and square the position off before the end of the day, it is called as intraday equity trading. Since you are not the position overnight, we provide you a margin or leverage of up to 20 times on A Category Shares and stocks those are listed enlisted in F&O. So approx 200 liquid stocks to trade for intraday. This Unique Product has been named as MIS (Margin Intraday Square off). Our margin calculator tool has a list of all stocks and the MIS leverage you get. When you take a trade using the product type as MIS/BO/CO, if you don’t exit it on your own it will be auto squared off after 3.15 pm by our RMS team.
Equity Delivery When you buy stock and hold it overnight, it is called as delivery trade. At Wisdom Capital, you need to use product type as NRML while placing a trade to take delivery of equity stock. We do provide up to 4X leverage in NRML subjected to 18% interest annually. Also, you could use your delivery based shares for intraday margin after Haircut, so it will be approx 70%. NSE-CASH MARGIN
Options Trading – Equity (Stock & Index) & Currency In options, we do provide up to 4X leverage in MIS for Writing/Selling according to the plan selected. In BO /CO upto 4X leverage is being offered for option buying and writing/selling.
Currency Trading: The leverage of up to 4 times is provided in NSE Currency Trading, as per the brokerage plan chosen by you. The leverage is available in MIS/BO/CO orders only.
Commodities Trading:The leverage of up to 4 times is provided in MIS and BO/CO orders for Commodity Future contracts, depending upon the plan chosen by a trader.
Wisdom Capital is a leading stock broking firm in India offering the unmatched trading solutions combining the lowest brokerage and the highest leverages altogether. It offers the free demat and trading account to traders integrated with the most privileged stock market solutions under its Freedom, Pro and Ultimate Plans.
We are into this industry, since 2013.
Mrs. Sudeshna Mukherjee and Mr. Pralay Shankar Chakraborty are Directors/Owner of this company among others.
We practically keep our operating cost really low, by operating from a single and centralized office located in Delhi & NCR. This concept is known as ‘Discount Broking’ and very popular in developed Countries.
Equity, F&O, Currency, and Commodities on NSE, BSE, MCX, and NCDEX. Equity –NSE, BSE, Derivatives- NFO, BFO, MCX, NCDEX, CDS in all segments intraday, Delivery Trading.
Wisdom Capital ensures a trader’s Safety of funds to its optimum level. Stocks Trading being a SEBI regulated entity, your funds are always kept in a fully segregated account as per SEBI Rules. We are into joint venture with Ashlar Securities Pvt. Ltd., Registered in Indian Stock Exchanges NSE-CM: INB231371833 | NSE-F&O: INF-231371833 | NSE-CDS: INE231371833 | MCX-SX: INE261371833 | USE:INE271371833 | BSE: INB011371839 | MCX: MCX/TCM/CORP/0264 | NCDEX: NCDEX/TCM/CORP/0977 | ACEL/TCM/CORP/0224 | ICEX: ICEX/TCM/CORP/0312 | NSEL : 13740 | DP ID -IN303921 | SEBI Regn. No. : IN-DP-NSDL-342-2011 There are many things that are already in place to ensure that your funds are safe, some main points are : (i) Client funds being kept in a separate bank account, known as client’s pool account. A Broker/Sub broker/AP/Franchisee cannot mix client and profunds together in any way. (ii) Investor Protection Fund – There’s an Insurance Policy kept in place amounting 10 Lakh for each trading account, traders do open with various Brokers. This amount is collected from a part of your transaction fees charged by the exchanges to help clients recover losses in case of electronic, systematic or other non-client related failures. This is maintained by the NSE/BSE/MCX.