@Varun_Katyal : You can very well do so . there is abstrusely no restriction . suppose you want to buy 100 shares of XYZ company which is listed at both the exchanges , YOU CAN BUY 99 SHARES AT NSE AND 1 SHARE AT BSE . it will be treated as 2 trade and you have to square off both accordingly.
yes, you can. Although I don’t see the need for it.
I don’t see them as 2 different baskets. They are just one. Maybe just like the left side and right side of a single basket. If it falls on either side, the eggs on both side will definitely break. Therefore, find better diversification ideas.
Was waiting fr this reply
Suppose i buy when an institution buying and i split quantities in nse n bse n on nse, my sl gets hit, cn easily get out of trade on bse …cn take advantage of the 2-3 mins time which is alwsys thr b/w 2 exchange