What is an AMO and how to place it?
After Market Order (AMO) is an order type that can be used to place orders outside of regular trading hours and is executed once the market opens. AMOs are especially useful for users who cannot actively track the markets during regular trading hours. To know the trading hours, see What are the market timings? AMOs are allowed for all product types, i.e. CNC, MIS, NRML, except for Cover orders (COs).
AMOs can only be placed between these times:
||NSE - 3:45 PM to 8:57 AM|
|BSE - 3:45 PM to 8:59 AM|
|Currency||3:45 PM to 8:59 AM|
|F&O||3:45 PM to 9:10 AM|
|MCX||Anytime during the day. If an order is placed during market hours, it will be executed on the next day at 9 AM.|
To place an AMO, click on
on the order window, select the product and order type, and click on
The AMOs are sent to the exchange at the following times:
|Equity - Market and Limit orders||09:00 AM|
|Equity - IOC validity, Disclosed quantity (less than 100% of sell quantity), Stop loss (SL), Stop loss - Market (SL-M)||09:15 AM|
|CDS||09: 00 AM|
Did you know?
- AMOs can be placed at any time during weekends and trading holidays.
- AMOs cannot be placed between 01:00 AM and 05:30 AM because of the scheduled maintenance.
If a DDPI or POA is not submitted, this error will be displayed while placing an AMO order between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This is because TPIN authorisation is accepted after 05:00 PM for AMOs. To learn more, see
What is the CDSL TPIN and how to use it to sell the stock holdings?
AMOs are not allowed for ETFs. However, long standing GTT orders can be placed. To learn more about GTT, see
What is the Good Till Triggered (GTT) feature?