What does 'Available Margin' mean?

What does 'Available Margin' mean?

Available Margin' is the maximum amount upto which you can place trades.

It consists of your funds balance (cash deposited with IIFL) and margin obtained by pledging the holdings present in your demat account. Adjustments for trades that you place happen automatically in realtime.
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