In the above image represents, the "Positions" provides a comprehensive view of your current asset positions, offering essential information to monitor and manage your investments effectively.

  • Product:

    The "product" in the context of finance typically refers to a financial instrument, security, or investment vehicle that can be bought or sold. Examples of financial products include stocks, bonds, options, futures contracts, and mutual funds.

  • Instrument:

    An "instrument" is a specific type of financial product or security within a broader asset class. For example, if the product is "equity," the instrument could be a particular stock, such as shares of a specific company.

  • Quantity:

    "Quantity" refers to the number of units or shares of a financial instrument that you hold in your portfolio. It indicates how many units or shares of a particular asset you own.

  • Average Price:

    The "average price" is the average cost at which you acquired a particular financial instrument. It's calculated by dividing the total cost of acquiring the instrument by the number of units or shares purchased.

  • LTP (Last Traded Price):

    The "Last Traded Price" is the most recent price at which a financial instrument was bought or sold in the market. It provides the current market value of the instrument.

  • Days P&L (Profit and Loss):

    This represents the profit or loss (in monetary terms) associated with a particular financial instrument or position over a specific period, typically calculated on a daily basis. It reflects the change in the instrument's value from the previous day.

  • Days MTM (Mark-to-Market):

    "Mark-to-Market" is a valuation method that reflects the current market value of a financial instrument. "Days MTM" represents the profit or loss (in monetary terms) from marking the instrument's value to the current market price over a specific period, often calculated daily.

  • Total:

    This could refer to the total or cumulative values of the above parameters within a portfolio or account. It provides an overview of the overall position and performance of the portfolio.


  • Action Button: This button allows users to perform various trading actions related to their positions. These actions typically include options to buy, sell, short , cover, square off and position reconciliation.

By clicking on this button, users can execute these trading actions directly from the "Positions" view, providing convenient access to manage their investments effectively.

Last updated