Axis Direct Rs 20 per order ( Though With Some Conditions)

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has anyone used this? How is the app and broker reliability/ performance?
 

abhay.fintech

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Has anyone used e-margin on equity delivery of axis? They say 90 days margin. But does the 18% interest charge start from T+1 day itself or after 90 days as they seem to advertise
 
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Trading-cost is an important consideration but it isn't everything, especially now that there are a lot of low-brokerage brokers around? What's their platform like? What's the customer-care like?
 

jyotixxx

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That’s true. But when you have to keep a huge capital, I am never comfortable with low cost discount brokers. Banks are always better
 

milkyblack

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Anyone using Rs 20/- per order trade with Axis direct? Looks like there is no traction for this broker yet as hardly any discussion going on
 

OneThatGotAway

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That’s true. But when you have to keep a huge capital, I am never comfortable with low cost discount brokers. Banks are always better
why is that ? for example If Axis bank goes bust and u have 24 lakhs in trading account
you get insurance uptill 25 lakhs from sebi....

so in this case all u will recover is 24 lakhs is safe
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on contra you have account with less famous But sebi registered broker .. same is case

so wats difference ...both are same in my eyes. sebi insurance

don;t believe me read it here
https://www.nseindia.com/invest/resources/download/Guiness_Securities_Limited.pdf

To me honest Axis bank are Stupid R.s 20 and condition MY FOOT haven;t they heard so called name
Zerodha :xD

Bwt and that pink bull logo seems like ripped off logo version of rksv rhino logo lol
 
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