Do's And Don'ts

Do's

  • Read the Prospectus/ Abridged Prospectus and carefully note
    • Risk factors pertaining to the issue.
    • Outstanding litigations and defaults, if any
    • Financials of the issuer.
    • Object of the issue.
    • Company history.
    • Background of promoters.
    • Instructions before making application.
  • In case of any doubt/problem, contact the compliance officer named in the offer document.
  • In case you do not receive physical certificates/credit to demat account or application money refund, lodge a complaint with compliance officer of issuer company and post issue lead manager as stated in the offer document.

Don'ts

  • Do not fall prey to market rumors.
  • Do not go by any implicit/explicit promise made by the issuer or any one else
  • Do not invest based on Bull Run of the market index/scrips of other companies in same industry/issuer company.
  • Do not bank upon the price of the shares of the issuer company to go up in the short run.

Do's

  • Go through all rules, regulations, bye-laws and disclosures made by the exchanges.
  • Trade only through - Trading Member (TM) registered with SEBI or authorized person of TM registered with the exchange.
  • While dealing with an authorised person, ensure that the contract note has been issued by the TM of the authorized person only.
  • While dealing with an authorized person, pay the brokerage/payments/margins etc. to the TM only.
  • Ensure that for every executed trade you receive duly signed contract note from your TM highlighting the details of the trade along with your unique client-id.
  • Obtain receipt for collateral deposited with Trading Member (TM) towards margin.
  • Go through details of Client-Trading Member Agreement.
  • Know your rights and duties vis-à-vis those of TM/ Clearing Member.
  • Be aware of the risk associated with your positions in the market and margin calls on them.
  • Collect / pay mark to market margins on your futures position on a daily basis from / to your Trading member.

Don'ts

  • Do not start trading before reading and understanding the Risk Disclosure Documents
  • Do not trade on any product without knowing the risk and rewards associated with it

Do's

  • Before investing ensure that the entity is registered with SEBI.
  • Read the offer document of the scheme especially the risk factors carefully.
  • Check the viability of the project.
  • Check and verify the background/expertise of the promoters
  • Ensure clear and marketable title of the property/assets of the entity
  • Ensure that the Collective Investment Management Company has the necessary infrastructure to carry out the scheme
  • Check the credit rating of the scheme and tenure of the rating
  • Check for the appraisal of the scheme and read the brief appraisal report.
  • Read carefully the objects of the scheme.
  • Check for the promise vis-a-vis performance of the earlier schemes in the offer document.

Don'ts

  • Do not invest in any CIS entity not having SEBI registration.
  • Do not get carried away by indicative returns.
  • Do not invest based on market rumors.

Do's

  • Deal only with SEBI registered intermediaries.
  • Ensure that the intermediary has a valid registration certificate
  • Ensure that the intermediary is permitted to transact in the market.
  • State clearly who will be placing orders on your behalf
  • Insist on client registration form to be signed by the intermediary before commencing operations
  • Enter into an agreement with your broker or sub-broker setting out terms and conditions clearly
  • Insist on contract note/ confirmation memo for trades done each day
  • Insist on bill for every settlement.
  • Ensure that broker’s name, trade time and number, transaction price and brokerage are shown distinctly on the contract note.
  • Insist on periodical statement of accounts.
  • Issue cheques/drafts in trade name of the intermediary only.
  • Ensure receipt of payment/ deliveries within 48 hours of payout.
  • In case of disputes, file written complaint to intermediary/ Stock Exchange/SEBI within a reasonable time
  • In case of sub-broker disputes, inform the main broker about the dispute within 6 months
  • Familiarise yourself with the rules, regulations and circulars issued by stock exchanges/SEBI before carrying out any transaction

Don'ts

  • Do not deal with unregistered intermediaries
  • Do not pay more than the approved brokerage to the intermediary.
  • Do not undertake deals for others.
  • Do not neglect to set out in writing, orders for higher value given over phone.
  • Do not sign blank Delivery instruction slip(s) while meeting security payin obligation
  • Don’t accept unsigned/duplicate contract note/confirmation memo
  • Don’t accept contract note/confirmation memo signed by any unauthorised person.
  • Don’t delay payment/deliveries of securities to broker/ sub-broker.
  • Don’t get carried away by luring advertisements, if any.
  • Don’t be led by market rumors or get into shady transactions

Do's

  • Read the offer document carefully before investing.
  • Note that investments in Mutual Funds may be risky
  • Mention your bank account number in the application form
  • Invest in a scheme depending upon your investment objective and risk appetite
  • Note that Net Asset Value of a scheme is subject to change depending upon market conditions
  • Insist for a copy of the offer document/key information memorandum before investing
  • Note that past performance of a scheme is not indicative of future performance
  • Past performance of a scheme may or may not be sustained in future
  • Keep track of the Net Asset Value of a scheme, where you have invested, on a regular basis
  • Ensure that you receive an account statement for the money that you have invested.
  • Update yourself on the performance of the scheme on a regular basis.

Don'ts

  • Do not invest in a scheme just because somebody is offering you a commission or other incentive, gifts etc.
  • Do not get carried away by the name of the scheme/Mutual Fund
  • Do not fall prey to promises of unrealistic returns
  • Do not forget to take note of risks involved in the investment
  • Do not hesitate to approach concerned persons and then the appropriate authorities for any problem.
  • Do not deal with any agent/broker dealer who is not registered with Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI).
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