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Old 02-11-2010, 05:59 PM
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Yesterday I was speaking to Mr.Nikhil Kamath and Mr.Barath of Zerodha.

It seems that they are focusing NSE currently and it will take some time to cater their services to other exchanges.

I am quite happy with their response and they are very cooperative.
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Alternative brokerage plan of 0.1% for delivery trades and 0.01% for intraday trades are available upon request. Contact us for details.

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NSE Charges, Transaction Charges and Statutory Levies will be charged as applicable

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Hey Guys ,


Thanks for the Info.Tomorrow I am planning to talk with Zerodha people and open an acct.


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Being a low cost brokerage firm, Zerodha is picking up lot of investor / trader interest.

Being a first of it's kind type, it may be benefitting the community at large if some senior from Zerodha comes to forum and answers the member's questions, IT & moderators consenting.

I too have requested for the application set .....

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A guy has posted his contract notes in TJ,simply amazing.
The only question is how trust worthy are these folks and how can SEBI or NSE safegaurd my capital against unknown new entrants.
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6. Tips??? : We don't want to do what most of the other brokers are doing today. Give tips to generate brokerage!!! As a policy of the company we won't be getting into the space of giving tips because as a broker we believe it would be a conflict of interest. We with the help of our advisor Deepak shenoy are developing videos on training individuals to develop their own strategies. A lot of strategies which wouldn't have worked otherwise, will work beautifully with our model............................

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Now where did Deepak Shenoy come from?

Yes I do have contact with him over Twitter

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A guy has posted his contract notes in TJ,simply amazing.
The only question is how trust worthy are these folks and how can SEBI or NSE safegaurd my capital against unknown new entrants.
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Seniors and Elders with long exp of markets.

1)In the history of Indian share markets after the creation SEBI and NSE is there any incidence of Brokers swindling their clients capital and filing bankruptcy ?

2)In what way Brokers can evade clients capital ?
or in other words what happened in the past.

Please enlighten me.

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Seniors and Elders with long exp of markets.

1)In the history of Indian share markets after the creation SEBI and NSE is there any incidence of Brokers swindling their clients capital and filing bankruptcy ?

2)In what way Brokers can evade clients capital ?
or in other words what happened in the past.

Please enlighten me.

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Its not about filing bankruptcy!

Some RM`s and brokerage houses were (in)famous for trading in clients account. The RM executes the trades without client instruction and mounts the losses. Finally one fine morning, the client sees the complete erosion of his money/capital.

Indiabulls had this bad name and they implemented RSA keys to hamper this!
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Hi All,
After continuous request from a lot of forum members we have decided to answer the various queries on the various online trading forums. We would be answering queries every evening that is put on the forum

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Originally Posted by jagankris View Post
Seniors and Elders with long exp of markets.

1)In the history of Indian share markets after the creation SEBI and NSE is there any incidence of Brokers swindling their clients capital and filing bankruptcy ?

2)In what way Brokers can evade clients capital ?
or in other words what happened in the past.

Please enlighten me.

Thanks,
JK


Hello Everyone!
We have created our own account because of the unlimited requests from all our clients to get online and clarify a few doubts for them. And we're glad to have gotten online.

To clarify everyone's doubts, SEBI was created to regulate the brokerage industry, so no matter how big or small a broker is, he can't swindle a client's corpus. No ordinary man/company can just go ahead and become a member on the NSE. We've had to go through a lot of checks before we were granted the license to have a brokerage by SEBI.

All the money that a client puts in stays in his trading account. There is no way a broker can access it directly. All the fears which people have about their money are not true because the only place a client can lose his/her money is in the market, not to the broker.

We hope this clarifies things and we are always available to answer any further queries you have.
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