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Prostocks NRI Trading Review
ProStocks is providing its NRI Service to client 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 need NRO bank account to trade in equity Futures and Options.ProStocks allow NRO Saving Bank Account of any bank for Equity Derivatives Trades.
Zerodha Brokerage and Demat Account Charges 2020
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).
Zerodha Varsity Stock Market Education and Learning App
Varsity is an investor education & learning platform from Zerodha wherein investors can learn the nuisance of investing in the stock market. Zerodha Varsity provides the collection of stock market lessons along with in-depth coverage and illustrations in easy to understandable language.
Sharekhan NRI Trading Review
Sharekhan, the popular stock broker is amongst the top five Share Brokers in India having customer base of more than 20 lacs, 3200 branches and sub Brokers in 575 cities.Sharekhan offers the most convenient way of handling stock market trading. The Sharekhan 3-in-1 account which comprises of Sharekhan trading and demat account and your bank account with AXIS / INDUSIND / HDFC Bank.
Motilal Oswal Brokerage and Demat Account Charges 2020
Motilal Oswal is a full service Broker which began its operation in Year 1987. It is one of the leading stock brokers in the space with around 2200+ sub-brokers and franchisee outlets in more than 500 cities across India.
Call and Trade Charges
Currently, there are many ways in which you can buy and sell your securities like via mobile app, HTML based trading platform, trade terminal, or install-able desktop software, and via calling to brokers executive but before the online broking era, the customers were inclined towards making calls to their brokers and making purchases of their securities.