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Stock market at discount – Only for NRIs

Make hay while sun shines – Benefits of rupee devaluation for NRI Not with standing the fact that exporters and Non-Resident Indians are the most benefited from the rupee devaluation, many NRIs are reluctant to leverage on this opportunity mainly due to misconceived RBI rules and process in the transaction. Before May 2012, transfer of

Now trade in Commodities, Equity and Currency under a single entity.

We are delighted to announce that as per SEBI Circular No.SEBI/HO/MIRSD/MIRSD1/CIR/P/2017/104 dated September 21, 2017; we have submitted our application for integrating broking activities in Equity Markets and Commodity Derivative Markets under single entity to Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX), which has been processed and provided in- principle approval. Pursuant to the above approval, we are

Can Indians invest in Foreign Stocks?

Is adding foreign funds to portfolio beneficial? Do you want to invest in global stocks such as Amazon or Facebook and share in the robust growth of these companies? Then the best way is to invest in foreign funds offered by Indian mutual fund houses. Foreign funds invests in firms in other countries other than

INFINI Mobile and INFINI Web, now free for Commodity Trading

Dear Valued Client, We bloomed into discount broking industry 2 years ago with ‘Zero Brokerage Plans’ which was attributed as the lowest in the industry. As our Brokerage Plans were lower, we decided to make mobile trading in Commodity segment as ‘Subscription based’. While our clients have been really appreciative of our brokerage plans and services,

Can a Foreigner invest in Indian Stock market, if so, is it easy and worthy?

SEBI recently permitted Qualified Foreign Investors (QFIs) to invest in India without too many regulatory restrictions. The RBI has further allowed QFIs to invest up to $ 1 billion in corporate bond market and debt schemes of mutual funds without any lock-in period. Earlier only FIIs, their sub-accounts and NRIs were allowed to directly invest