Why use GTT?

Why use GTT?

  1. You don’t need to monitor prices daily
  2. You can set trigger prices outside the current circuit limits (DPR) of the stock
  3. You will be notified when the entry price has been breached and the order is sent to exchange

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    • How can I place GTT orders?

      GTT orders can be placed either on a stand-alone basis or along with a base order. Steps to place a stand-alone GTT order: Select the stock you want to place the GTT order. Visit the company page and click on more options beside the sell button. You ...
    • What is GTT?

      Good - Till Triggered (GTT) orders are basically a price alert based order placement or trigger based orders. When a pre-set trigger (Entry Price) is breached, only then the order is placed with exchange to execute the order. 
    • Is GTT applicable on all stocks?

      This type of order is valid for all NSE, BSE Cash and NSE F&O scrips. GTT orders are valid for 365 days from the date of creation or till the expiration date of the contract, whichever is minimum. 
    • What are the types of GTT?

      There are two types of GTT orders -  Single – Only 1 Entry Price is required with the order Price and Quantity.  OCO (One Cancels Other) – 2 Entry Prices are required with the order Price and Quantity (Can be considered as 2 legs). When any one of ...
    • Can I modify and delete my GTT orders?

      You can modify and delete active GTT orders. If you placed a GTT along with a base order, the base order needs to be completely executed at the exchange. Only in this case the GTTs will be made active.