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We offer the best
trading account for NRIs!

  • Buy/Sell shares, mutual funds, etc - Online

  • Interlinked Demat + Trading + Bank Account

  • Dedicated NRI support and Trading Tips

  • ZERO Account opening fees & Low charges

 

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NriInvestIndia can help! We are the oldest NRI broker company that has helped over 50,000 Indians and foreign citizens living around the world to trade equities in the Indian stock market.
 
 



 

 


The demo trading software was so easy for a beginner like me that now I have practiced so much that I feel as if I am ready to open a real time share trading account with your brokerage firm. Thanks a lot.

Ajay Kumar, U.A.E

"I just love your Indian stock trading tips, low trading commissions and the affordable brokerage structure. I can now freely start buying & selling Indian stocks and ETFs online". Thx.

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"The moment I told you that I want to open a stock trading account in India, your executive sent me the forms, which were easy to fill. Best part was opening online online trading account in India within 3 days.

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How to start share trading in India?
Many investors wanting to speculate in stocks are coming over to India as the market is booming and in the last few decades there has been a huge inflow of money into the stock markets.  But to go about investing in stocks in India you need to follow some basic guidelines that have been simplified in the last few years. Please understand that you would need a
PAN card number from India to open a demat account. It does not mean you get an upfront idea of investing in stocks and what to buy and what not to buy as they are dependent on your own research. Also if you have any questions  - relating how to invest in India's IPOs - initial public offerings or trade stocks on National Stock Exchange (NSE Nifty) or shares on Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE Sensex) then please email us.


Get a Indian bank demat account online.!

You have to get a dmat account done after which you have to open a trading and savings account with a bank that deals in stocks and has the necessary facilities for providing you an opportunity to invest in Indian stocks. The demat account enables you make investment in Indian shares & to get an account number as it is very much similar to a bank account number. Instead of the paper documents that investors had earlier regarding their stock holdings, they now have a dematerialized account that you can use to make investments in Indian stocks market. If you are an expat then also we assist expatriates living in India to open a trading account.

The shareholdings are online and the entire system is on the computer. Instead of holding cash like a bank account, a dmat account holds shares. Once the shares are bought, they are deposited into the bank demat account of the investor and as soon as it is sold, the result gets reflected in the online demat account. You deal in electronic shares and for starting stock trading in India, you need to have a demat account done.

You cannot trade in physical shares anymore these days in India and the system has become easier and more simplified. If you want to trade in stocks, you can just do it online from the comfort of your home at the click of a mouse. It is easy to handle demat shares compared to sheaf of papers investors had to carry along with them earlier and you can open a demat account at any bank or financial institution after filling out the necessary papers. You need to provide the required identity and address proofs as well as the permanent account number allotted to you by the Indian income tax authorities. There are charges associated with demating shares and the bank or financial institution will debit your account with the necessary charges. There are charges for opening a demat account, annual maintenance charges and other regular expenses for holding shares in demat account.


Best done online

Levies or charges are liable to be paid not when you buy shares, but only when you sell them. You can check with different providers as the charges and expenses for a demat account can vary. You can trade over phone after you fix up brokers who will allot you a code number for trading in stocks. You can also trade online if the broker has online trading facilities. Buying and selling over the internet is fast gaining popularity all over India.

You can track your trades better online and monitor stocks more easily. It is easier to do online trading in India rather than over the phone that can cause frequent delays. Indian stock brokers charge a commission for all purchases and sales. Money for buying the shares will have to come from your bank account and once the shares are sold, you can get the proceeds deposited into the account after the usual time period which can vary from 3 to 5 working days. When you want to buy shares, you can just log into the trading account where the company name, current price and details pop up. You can click buy and enter the lot and then wait for the price to reach a point where you can sell for a profit using the same methods.

 

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