To trade Futures & Options Exchanges ask brokers to ensure that the client has some other source of Income/Networth. Hence if you want to trade these segments, you will be required to give Income proof or Networth Certificate. It could be... (Read More)
Yes of course one can have demat and trading account with different broker. When you buy shares, you can send the shares to the demat through multiple trading accounts. But while selling, you will be able to do so only through one trading... (Read More)
From market side there is nothing like minimum or maximum amount to invest in share market. So anyone can start their investments in stock markets by buying atleast one share, of course there are different shares in markets ranging from... (Read More)
Both NSDL and CDSL are depositories, and technically there is no difference between the two. NSDL started in 1996 vs CDSL in 1998. NSDL has NSE as its largest shareholder whereas CDSL has BSE. NSDL holds around Rs 80000 crores worth of stocks in... (Read More)
Trading is like a profession, It just takes a day’s time to open a trading account and transfer funds into it, but unless you are committed, focused, disciplined and ready to spend time learning, you should give it a thought before entering or... (Read More)
Is It Possible To Apply For An IPO Multiple Times Using The Same PAN Card And Different Demat Accounts?
No, one person cannot apply multiple times through multiple applications for an IPO. It's a rule and if you apply in an IPO though multiple applications with same name or same demat account or same PAN Number, all of your application will be... (Read More)