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Old 23rd December 2007, 02:52 PM
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I m new to this buisness...can anybody tell me what all shares included in T2T category...and what it means...can i do day trading(buy and sell on the same day) on the share not in T2T category ???

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4 t2t segment shares u have to take delivery you can not square off on the same day, you can do non delivery trading in rolling segment, just go for BE and EQ series in NSE, there are many more groups but stick to these two you'll find more than enough stocks in theses series. Actually for daytrading you should only trade 5-10 stocks, and know them well.
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4 t2t segment shares u have to take delivery you can not square off on the same day, you can do non delivery trading in rolling segment, just go for BE and EQ series in NSE, there are many more groups but stick to these two you'll find more than enough stocks in theses series. Actually for daytrading you should only trade 5-10 stocks, and know them well.
BE series is T2T !!!! in NSE
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Default Re: T 2 T shares

But I want to know What is this category ?
How the shares fall in this category ?

Why is My broker not allowing to trade in t to t graoup shares?

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There is no connection with T group share and brokers not allowing you to buy the shares, they should be traded just as normally as other shares
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Default Re: T 2 T shares

T2T means 'Trade 2 Trade' segment.
When you buy these shares, you will have to take delivery. These shares will show in your dmat account only after 2-3 days. You cannot square off your position on the same of buying.
Needless to say, you can't short sell these stocks.

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