SEBI may soon allow investors to trade directly on the exchanges

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HappyLife

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#3
no usefulness
what sebi may provide is api and that’s not free + software maintenance + account maintenance charges ......etc
so it will cost you more than 20rs per trade through broker
suitable for big investor only

sebi want to build trader free market:bag: only investor allowed:banghead:.
 
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bpr

Well-Known Member
#5
no usefulness
what sebi may provide is api and that’s not free + software maintenance + account maintenance charges ......etc
so it will cost you more than 20rs per trade through broker
suitable for big investor only

sebi want to build trader free market:bag: only investor allowed:banghead:.
I think this will be optional ... so people can still use broker if they wanted to ...
May be trading directly at exchnage will be expensive ...
But many people opt for it as u don't have to worry abt broker default ..
I will welcome it ...the more option for retail the better
 
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I think this will be optional ... so people can still use broker if they wanted to ...
May be trading directly at exchnage will be expensive ...
But many people opt for it as u don't have to worry abt broker default ..
I will welcome it ...the more option for retail the better
You are right. If optional, it would be a great move.
 

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