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How to open 3-in-1 account to invest in shares
To invest in equity shares, an investor needs a demat account, trading account and bank account. Banks usually offer a 3 in 1 account. Here's how you can open one.
I am 19 and recently started investing via mutual fund SIPs. Am I on the right track?
The investment in the mentioned mutual fund schemes are...
Foreign investors face demat hurdle in closing FDI deals
FPIs have to undergo strict KYC procedure for registering with Sebi.
We see a lot of HNIs and ultra-HNIs moving to alternative funds: Nikhil Kamath
Many retail investors choosing to invest directly and avoiding AMCs, says the Co-founder & CIO, ZerodhaWe see a lot of HNIs and ultra-HNIs m...
5 things to know about short selling in stocks
If the price of a stock that the seller has shorted falls, he can buy back the stock at the lower price and make a profit. However, If the price of the stock rises, he has to buy it back at the higher price and will incur a loss.
I am told I cannot close my demat account till the balance is nil. How can I close this account?
The demat account can be closed by the individual once the balance of the account becomes zero.
Do you need a demat account for investing in exchange traded funds?
The account can be opened through a broker only. The NSE has no role to play. It only serves as a platform for conducting and settling transactions.
Sebi again eases compliance rules for processing of demat request
The relaxation has been extended till July 31, the Sebi said in a circular.
PPF: 7 things you should know about Public Provident Fund
A PPF account matures in 15 years. After the account matures, you can either withdraw the entire balance and close the account or extend it for five years with or without making further contributions.
Tyagi's bold idea to bridge govt fund gap: Offer G-sec in demat, tap new investors
Tyagi called for issuing government securities in demat form so that the newer investor can also access the risk-free instrument.
Can you change percentage-wise allocation for nominees for your investments?
In case of demise of any one of the nominees, the account holder has the option to either appoint a new nominee or change percentage-wise allocation for the surviving nominees. The changes will be as per account holder’s discretion.
Sebi extends power of attorney norms implementation date to August 1
The regulator had in February 2020 specified guidelines with regard to margin obligations to be given by way of pledge and re-pledge in the depository system.
Will you be able to sell units of shuttered mutual fund schemes on exchanges easily?
Sebi last week allowed mutual funds to list units of wound-up schemes on exchanges. Will this provide an exit route to investors stuck in shuttered schemes in future?
Karvy Stock Broking scandal: How retail investors can safeguard against such frauds
The Karvy Stock Broking demat account fraud has shaken the trust of retail investors in their brokers. However, the question is to what extent an investor can trust his broker. What can an investor do to safeguard himself against such frauds?
What is the procedure for opening a demat account?
This is an account where you can hold your financial securities in electronic form.