What are trade to trade stocks?
Trade to trade stocks are not allowed to be traded intraday . If a stock is purchased it can only be sold after the T+2 settlement happens. If you try selling the shares the same day, or before the shares are in your DEMAT account, your order will be rejected.
If you have a 'trade to trade' stock in your holding and you sell it, but buy it back on the same day, this will not be treated as an intraday trade.
The following series on NSE and BSE are trade-to-trade stocks:
- 'BE' series on NSE
- 'BT' series on NSE
- 'BZ' series on NSE
- 'T' group on BSE
- 'XT' group on BSE
- 'Z' group on BSE
Also, refer this article for more information on the different groups of stocks. The series in which the stock is currently trading in can be found on the NSE & BSE Website. (as highlighted in the images below)
- Rights Entitlements are listed in the 'BE' trade to trade category.
- Selling shares that are in the T2T segment from your present holding will be restricted if you first buy additional units of the same scrip during the day.
- In such cases, if the share is listed in both NSE and BSE, you can sell your holdings in the exchange where you have not traded.
- In case you want to trade on the same exchange, you will be able to sell from your holdings first and then buy the shares again.