Stock Broking

Invest in stocks, bonds, MFs, F&Os, ETFs, and IPO at Rs. 5/order*. All-in-one platform for all your trading needs. Access stocks hand-picked by experts and trade seamlessly on web or app. Invest with Bajaj Broking, a trusted brand and a 100% subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited - one of the largest retail asset financing NBFCs in the country.

Stock Broking

Frequently asked questions

How to invest in stocks?

Investing in stocks can be tricky, especially for novice investors. With the advent of several digital platforms, investing in stocks and funds has become hassle-free.
There are different ways you can invest in stocks. You can buy individual stocks, MF (Mutual Funds), ETF (Exchange Traded Funds), and more.
Here are the steps to simplify the investing process for an individual stock:

Step 1: Open a Demat account and a trading account and link them with a pre-existing bank account for easy transactions.
Step 2: Using a mobile-based application or web platform, log in to your Demat account to access the various functionalities provided by the broker.
Step 3: After doing adequate research, pick a stock that you want to invest in. You need to specify the number of units of the stock you are buying
Step 4: Your purchase order will get executed after reciprocation by the seller.

After the transaction is completed, your bank account will get debited with the required amount. You will receive the shares in your Demat account.

Why should I invest with Bajaj Broking?

Investing with Bajaj Broking comes with a host of benefits:

Trusted brand
Bajaj Broking is a 100% subsidiary of Bajaj Finance Limited - one of the largest retail asset financing NBFCs in the country.

Wide product portfolio
With Bajaj Broking, you can trade in Equity, cash and derivatives, Mutual Funds, IPO, and more.

Zero-cost account opening
Open your Demat account for free using the freedom subscription pack of Bajaj Broking. The services are free for the first year. Rs. 365+GST will be chargeable from the second year onwards.

Lower brokerage
With various subscription packs, you can lower the brokerage to as low as Rs. 5/order*. MTF rates are as low as 10.75% p.a.*

Easy trading on a website or app
Manage your financial assets conveniently with access to the trading interface on both website and the Bajaj Finserv app.

Expert guide
Get expert assistance through daily research calls. These will provide professional help for trading in equity, futures and options.

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How do I open a Demat account?

To open a Demat account with Bajaj Broking, you need to follow a few simple steps:

Step 1: Click on the ‘Open Demat Account’ button on this page.
Step 2: Enter your mobile number and email ID and validate them using the OTP.
Step 3: Provide your PAN card, income range, gender, and father’s name.
Step 4: Enter your bank details which will be used for all the transactions.
Step 5: Add your address and upload all the required documents, as mentioned above.
Step 6: Record a live video for In-Person Verification (IPV).
Step 7: E-sign the application through an Aadhar-linked mobile number.
Step 8: After completing all the steps, submit the application for verification.

What are some of the important things to remember before investing?

Here are some of the things you should keep in mind before starting your investment journey:

Understand your goals
You should first understand your financial goals and the time frame for your investments. Choose between a short-term or a long-term investment strategy. You can choose to start your investment journey accordingly.

Determine your risk appetite
While you are looking to invest in the stock market, keep in mind the risks associated with it. Your investment goals and risk appetite will help you make an informed investment decision.

Choose whether to diversify your portfolio
Usually, a well-diversified investment portfolio minimises the risk associated with stock price volatility. Creating a diversified portfolio thus helps your portfolio stay afloat even during tough times. But overly diversifying the portfolio may hinder growth. So you need to find that balance.

Check your emotions
While investing, it is advisable to keep your emotions in check. Carefully calculated and evaluated decisions should always take precedence over decisions triggered by emotions.

Research and invest
Before investing any amount of money, you should educate yourself about the fundamentals of the stock market. If required, take expert guidance or participate in discussions on various forums to understand the intricacies associated with investing in the stock market. You also need to be well-versed in the terminologies associated with online trading and investing.

What are the benefits of online trading?

Here are some of the key benefits of online trading:

Buy and sell without any middlemen
With online trading, you do not have to involve anyone while buying or selling your stocks.

Faster and cheaper
When you trade online, the brokerage charge you pay is less than what a traditional broker would charge. Also, trading on an online platform is much faster than the offline route.

Greater control
Online trading provides greater control over your investments. You can trade at your own convenience at any time during the day without having to involve any broker to execute your transactions.

Real-time monitoring
With advanced interface and tools, online trading helps you monitor your investments and do your own research. It helps you track gains, and losses wherever you are from your phone or PC.

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Free Account opening is through the Freedom subscription pack, where the yearly subscription charge in the first year is nil, and second year onwards it is Rs. 431 (inclusive of GST).
Bajaj Broking is only distributor of Bonds & Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGB). These are not exchange traded products and all disputes with respect to the distribution activity, would not have access to exchange investor redressal forum or Arbitration mechanism.
Investments in securities market are subject to market risk, read all the related documents carefully before investing. As subject to the provisions of SEBI Circular CIR/MRD/DP/54/2017 dated June 13, 2017, and the terms and conditions mentioned in rights and obligations statement issued by the TM. Visit our website: Disclaimer: