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How to Open Trading Account Online

Step 1

Fill out the online application form with your personal and KYC details.

Step 2

Upload scanned copies of your KYC documents like PAN card, Aadhaar card, passport size photograph.

Step 3

E-sign the online trading account opening form and submit it

Step 4

Once your application will be verified, you will receive login credentials on your registered email ID and mobile number.

Documents Required For Opening A Trading Account Online

Proof of identity

Aadhar card, Passport, Voter ID, Driving license or PAN card

Proof of address

Aadhar card, Passport, Voter ID, Driving license or Bank account statement

Bank account details

Canceled cheque

Proof of income

ITR return, Recent salary slip, Form 16 or 6 month bank statement

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What is Trading Account

A trading account is used for online trading of securities like stocks, shares, bonds, futures and options etc. It is the same as your current bank account. It is a link between a demat account and bank account.

A trading account is used for online trading of securities like stocks, shares, bonds, futures and options etc. It is the same as your current bank account. It is a link between a demat account and bank account. When an investor orders to buy shares, the transaction goes to the stock exchange for processing. After it's done, the shares are added to the investor's Demat account, and the payment is taken from their bank account. Similarly, when an investor sells shares, the shares are taken from the Demat account, and the money from the sale is added to their bank account.

Our Awards & Accolades

  • PFRDA Certificates of appreciation 2022

    National Pension System

  • Krishi Pragati Awards- 2022

  • Krishi Pragati Awards- 2021

  • Krishi Pragati Awards- 2020

  • NSE Market achievers Awards 2019

    Regional Retail Member of the year, North

  • Best Broking House- 2019

    Bullion by MCX

  • Revive & Reactivate Trophy 2018

    National pension System

  • NSE Market achievers Awards 2018

    Regional Retail Member of the year, North

  • BSE Commodity Equity Outlook 2017

  • NSDL Star Performer Awards 2017

    Top performer in New Account opened Non- Bank Category

  • SKOCH BSE Award Order of Merit- 2017

    Training & Innovation

  • NSE Market achievers Awards 2017

    Regional Retail Member of the year, North

What Our Users Have To Say

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Trading Account a Nominal Account?

Yes, trading accounts are opened in the name of the individual investor.

Is Online Trading Safe?

Online trading is safe when you use secure platforms of reputed brokers.

How does a demat account differ from a trading account?

A Demat account holds securities, while a trading account facilitates the buying/selling of securities.

Is a demat account mandatory to open a trading account?

Yes, a demat account is mandatory for opening a trading account.

What is the minimum age to open a trading account?

18 years is the minimum age to open a trading account in India.

How can you start trading after online trading registration?

You can start trading by placing buy/sell orders through the broker's platform.

I cannot sign up/login; where should I contact?

Contact the broker's customer care or grievance redressal team for login issues.
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