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Frequently Asked Questions
Who Can Open a Demat Account in India?
Any individual who is a resident of India with the required proof of identification, proof of address, proof of income can open a demat account to purchase and sell securities and other instruments through the stock exchanges in India.
Documents Required for Opening A Demat Account?
Following are the documents that are required for opening an account.
- Proof of Identity Documents
(Pancard, Passport, Voter ID, Driving License)
- Proof of Address Documents
(Passport, Voter ID, Registered Lease or Sale Agreement, Driving License, Utility Bills, Bank Passbook)
Can I Open Multiple Demat Accounts?
Yes, multiple demat accounts can be opened by an investor.
Can Demat Account Be Opened Jointly Opened?
Yes, a demat account can be opened jointly. However, a demat account can have a maximum of three account holders that is one main holder and two joint account holders.
Which broker gives highest leverage?
Zerodha is the discount broker offering leverage up to 5x
Which broker have lowest brokerage?
Zerodha charges a lower brokerage fee of 0.03% or Rs. 20 per executed order whichever is lower. You can save up to 90% as compared to other full-service stockbrokers if you trade in high volumes. The stock delivery trade is free at Zerodha.
What is margin in F&O
Margins on futures trading are meant to cover the risk of adverse price movements. When you buy futures of the Nifty and if the Nifty goes down, there is a notional loss and that is your risk. Since markets are volatile, margins are essentially collected to cover this volatility risk.