Anyone please explain how the delivery % will raise when people offload or sell stocks because as far as i know we can sell a stock only for intraday and we cannot carry forward it to the next day in cash market.
your question is not clear but as i understood let me try : You can do intraday in all shares (except T and Z group ) and what so ever remain unsettled at EOD must result in delivery. assuming total 1000 shares of X company traded in a day wherein 380 were settled intra day so 620 is deliverable means 62% % delivery .next day assume 900 share traded and 145 settled intra day means 755 deliverable means 83.88% delivery .
One sided trade is delivery
Two sided trade is intraday
So if you only buy a stock and dont sell same day, it is delivery
And if you sell your stock but dont buy it back same day, it is also delivery selling
But in cash market we have to close our sell order intraday only or else our broker will square off our trade @ 3:20pm so how it is considered for delivery?
I am new to the market so i have these silly doubts
Any order other than CNC are squared off by brokers. So if you buy using CNC it will be marked for delivery unless you sell it intraday.