What is a CNC Order in Trading in Stock Markets?
The full form of CNC is Cash N Carry and the CNC product is a non-intraday product used in the Equity Segment of BSE & NSE. It is used for buying or selling shares for delivery. The shares purchased using the CNC option would be transferred to your demat account after T + 2 days and shares sold using the CNC option would be transferred from your demat account to fulfil your sale obligations with the exchanges. For example, if one wishes to buy shares of a company and sell it after a few days, one should use the CNC as the product type.
CNC Order Margin
As the name suggests, in CNC the traders or investors will get no leverage for this product or a leverage of 1x. So if somebody puts Rs. 1000, he can buy shares only for Rs 1000 and no multiplier would be given. However, the upside for this is that since one has paid the full amount for the shares purchased, there would be no RMS square off when the shares are purchased using CNC. All the shares purchased would be sold on the instance of the trader or investor. If required, shares purchased in CNC can be sold intraday as well and the brokerage would be charged for intraday only. However, please note that for intraday short selling CNC option cannot be used. The RMS system will disallow selling of shares under the CNC option if the shares are not available in the client’s demat account. Trades under CNC can be converted to MIS from the position book.
What is the difference between CNC orders vs MIS orders?
- The fundamental difference between CNC orders and MIS orders is that CNC orders are delivery orders whereas MIS orders are purely intraday orders and in case the user doesn’t square off MIS orders sou motto, the same shall be squared off by the Risk Management Systems
- CNC orders have no margin multipliers whereas additional leverage and margins are available with MIS orders. Check out the margin calculator to compare MIS and CNC margins.
- MIS orders which are intraday orders and will get squared off at 3.15 PM prior to market close. To check margins with MIS orders, check the margin calculator.
- NRML orders which are positional orders in the BSE Cash segment and NSE Cash segment
- Bracket Orders
- Cover Orders
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