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I just need open, low, high, volume LTP just once around 2 or 3 pm.
no way to get it (via NSE bhavcopy)
but you may get it from data table (easy for few scrips) for that minute(s)
or
you may use RTD utility/tool (by Josh1) to get O H L C V but no LTP, for that period of time
 

TraderRavi

MM is the holy grail
low bhai, mainstream media me bhi aa gaya ab...

https://www.business-standard.com/a...joins-zero-brokerage-team-119110800357_1.html

Bajaj Finserv turns up the heat in broking; BFSL joins zero-brokerage team
Discount brokers such as Zerodha and 5Paisa.com already have ultra-cost pricing models with zero brokerage and flat fees of as low as Rs 10 for intra-day trades in the cash and derivatives space
Ho halla jyada aur site mein kuch nahi. Kisi HNI ya business partner ne internal notification twitter per leak kar diya hai.
 
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Halla jyada aur site mein kuch nahi. Kisi HNI ya business partner ne internal notification faila diya hai.
I do believe in the capabilities of that management. But I have some observations. India's largest broker is Zerodha and their profit is just Rs. 200 crores per year. Discount brokerage is the way to go now. Assuming deep pocketed Bajaj Fin enters this business, they may get some market share, they may cross-sell some mutual funds to their existing loan customers. But it will not become a big business for them to impact their balance sheet. It merely increases their product offering so that customers get more services under one roof. We all know that banks with brokerage business have become also-ran cases. Now the question is does Bajaj commit its best management talent and time to enter an already competitive but smaller business? (I wonder if it is worth it). Is it a distraction?

Will this result in expanding the brokerage business pie in the country? (I seriously doubt that)

Their existing loan business is never out of demand. It is so huge in size and scale. And they are doing well there. Somehow they managed to minimize their risks and figured out how to play that game.

Their entering brokerage may enthuse some traders and investors but will not make much of an impact on their balance sheet.


However, if their long term vision is to get into investment banking and underwriting etc., then that is a different matter.
 
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afin

Rocky Mountain Doomsday Guy
Awesome. So this is confirmation that it wasn't a "joke" or a "copy paste" job after all.
 

afin

Rocky Mountain Doomsday Guy
I do believe in the capabilities of that management. But I have some observations. India's largest broker is Zerodha and their profit is just Rs. 200 crores per year. Discount brokerage is the way to go now. Assuming deep pocketed Bajaj Fin enters this business, they may get some market share, they may cross-sell some mutual funds to their existing loan customers. But it will not become a big business for them to impact their balance sheet. It merely increases their product offering so that customers get more services under one roof. We all know that banks with brokerage business have become also-ran cases. Now the question is does Bajaj commit its best management talent and time to enter an already competitive but smaller business? (I wonder if it is worth it). Is it a distraction?

Will this result in expanding the brokerage business pie in the country? (I seriously doubt that)

Their existing loan business is never out of demand. It is so huge in size and scale. And they are doing well there. Somehow they managed to minimize their risks and figured out how to play that game.

Their entering brokerage may enthuse some traders and investors but will not make much of an impact on their balance sheet.


However, if their long term vision is to get into investment banking and underwriting etc., then that is a different story.
Probably it's going to be a vehicle for them to use this as a captive Target audience to lend them smaller loans to trade or invest? I'm thinking that have a notch larger b plan in place. What say sir?
 

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