Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Odd Lot?
Trading size less than 100 shares is termed as 'Odd Lot'. 'Odd Lot' refers to non-standard numbers of shares that arise from stock splits or bonus or rights issues. For example: A one-for-five bonus issue means the holder of 100 shares will receive 20 bonus shares.
Other faq that might help you
- What is a Unit Share Market?
- What is an Odd Lot?
- Where can I trade Unit Share Market?
- Can I trade Unit Share Market for multiple financial markets?
- What are the commission and charges for trading Unit Share Market through POEMS?
- Will I be able to ‘Amalgamate’ the Unit Share Trades?
- Can I submit a trade greater than the Board Lot size in Unit Share Market?
- Is the price for Unit Share Market in real time?
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