- Frequently Asked Questions
- How to apply for IPOs on Upstox?
- How to apply for an IPO through your bank with your Upstox Demat account number?
- Why does my traded price not reflect among the high and low values on the chart?
- What is interoperability?
- What is a Margin Report?
- Open a trading account with Upstox
- Trading account vs. demat account
- Using the Upstox Brokerage Calculator
- Basics of a trading account in India
- What is zero brokerage trading?
- What is a contract note?
- Difference between investing and trading
- Futures & Options
- Trading with Upstox
- Brokerage & trading
- Market timings
- Types of trading
What is a lot size?
Each Futures contract has a lot size.
The Nifty Future, for example, has a lot size of 50: meaning each Nifty Future contract represents 50 Nifty underlying.
Similarly, each Equity Future has a lot size.
Reliance Futures, for example, has a lot size of 250: so each Reliance Future is equivalent to 250 Reliance shares. Therefore, a Futures contract has a value equivalent to its price x lot size. If the Nifty Near Month contract is trading at 5500, then its value becomes Rs. 5500 x 50 = Rs. 275,000.