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Zerodha-Number One Broker in India
For Indian resident Zerodha charges a brokerage of 0.03% or Rs.20 per executed order, whichever is lower, irrespective of the number of shares or their value (other than equity delivery trade which is free).Zerodha doesn't have minimum brokerage and maximum brokerage you pay for any transaction is Rs.20 for an order (of any size and in any segment).
Fund transfer to Zerodha using UPI
National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has developed an instant payment system built over existing IMPS infrastructure called UPI or Unified Payments Interface. This allows you to instantly transfer funds between any two parties’ bank accounts.UPI transfers can be used from any bank account. You can transfer a maximum of Rs. 1 lakh per day using UPI.
Groww Broker review and Brokerage Charges 2020
Groww was launched in 2017 by former Flipkart executives Lalit Keshre, Harsh Jain, Neeraj Singh and Ishan Bansal. Groww started as a platform for buying direct mutual funds. Currently, It has over 6 million registered users and caters to investors across more than 800 cities. It is backed by some of the marquee investors, which include Sequoia, Ribbit, YCombinator and Mukesh Bansal, among others.
IIFL Super Trader Plan
IIFL Super Trader Plan (Pro Traders) which provides an opportunity to invest in the stock market at competitive rates and is been designed for the trader community who wants lower brokerage along with a host of services. This plan can be subscribed by paying monthly subscription charges of Rs.999
IIFL Investor Plan
IIFL has recently launched 3 new Brokerage Plans designed for different-different customer profiles. Investor Plan (Online Plus), Super Trader Plan (Pro Traders), and Premium Plan (Dedicated RM). You can choose any of the plans bases on your need while opening the demat account or any time after that as well. Here we would be discussing Investor Plan (Online Plus).
Difference Between Demat Account and Trading Account
The main difference between a Demat and a Trading account is that a Demat account is used for holding your securities such as your share certificates, bonds, debentures and other documents in electronically whereas a Trading account is used for trading (buying and selling ) in these securities in the share market.
Stamp duty on Security Transactions in India
There is a number of charges involved while trading in India i.e. buying or selling of shares. Some of them are common like brokerage charge & STT, while there are many whom the investors are not aware of. In this article, we are going to explain, Stamp duty levied by various States on Equity transactions
Guide to Transfer Shares from one Demat Account to another
DIS slip (Delivery Instruction Slip) need to submit for transfer of shares from one broker to another. First step to this process is to check whether your Demat account and other Demat account's Depository Participant is CDSL or NSDL?
Prostocks NRI Trading Review
ProStocks is providing its NRI Service to clients with Flat Rs 100 per executed order irrespective of the segment or size of the order.ProStocks supports 5 Banks for NRI Equity Delivery Trade which are Axis, HDFC, IndusInd, Kotak & Yes Bank. NRI needs an NRO bank account to trade in equity Futures and Options.ProStocks allow NRO Saving Bank Account of any bank for Equity Derivatives Trades.