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A. Trading Costs Includes Your Brokerage (Brokerage + GST), STT (Securities Transaction Tax) other ledger Expenses Include Stamp Duty Charges, Turnover Tax (+GST).
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A. As per the SEBI Amendment Act Any Individual/Corporate/other Entities are necessarily required to have a demat account for Transaction of Securities Any Entity whether Individual or Not, Can only transact in securities through a demat Account & No Physical transfer of Share will be held valid.

A demat account provides a secure, easy, and convenient way of holding shares and securities. It eliminates the risk of theft, forgery, loss, and damage of physical certificates. Automatic credit of shares can take place in the event of a bonus received, company merger, consolidation, etc. demat account information regarding these activities is available online by simply logging into the account.
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A. One Can Approach a SEBI Registered Broker/Depositary Participant to open a demat & Trading Account these accounts can be opened with a single broker as well as different brokers. The Documents required to open a demat & trading account includes Self Attested Pan Card, Self-Attested AADHAR Card, Photo, Copy of 6 Months of Bank Statement, Cancelled Cheque.
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A. No, Not All Instruments of investing offer fixed returns. Instruments like NCD’s, Debt Based Mutual Funds Offer Fixed Return with Limited exposure to Risk. However, As the performance of these funds is based on the principle company they also come with risk & Does Not offer a full risk-free return.
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A. To start trading One Needs to Have a demat Account which has to be opened with a SEBI Registered Stock Broker with all the necessary required documents. After Opening of the demat & Trading Account trading can be initiated.
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A. SEBI does not specify any minimum capital requirement to be fulfilled by an individual to start investing in the markets. However, It Is up to a broker’s will to maintain any minimum capital requirement bracket to open a Trading& demat account with him.
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A. The Account holder can transfer his shares held in one demat account to another demat Account via demat Transfer Slip mentioning the details of the share to be transferred along with the Number of shares to be transferred.
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A. : In No Case, the Stock Broker Can Be Held responsible for any losses in Trading & demat Account.
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A. Every Broker as per SEBI Norms Is required to facilitate its clients with Trade Confirmation, Ledger Details, and other Requested details regarding Trade/Investing History. Every Stock Broker Is Also Required to Mail Bills of any trade performed by the account holder on it registered email Address.
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A. Clients can Approach our back-office directly/via sub-brokers to get CACA Touch ID & Password on their registered Mobile Number.

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