What is a trading account?

Trading account is an interface for checking stock market share prices and allows client to put buying and selling orders. A Demat account is required to hold these purchased shares in an electronic format. Click here to open a Demat account.

Demat account opening subscription plans

Upgrade to enjoy lower brokerage and MTF rates with premium subscriptions

Charges

Freedom Pack

Professional Pack

Bajaj Privilege Club

Subscription charges

Free for 1st year; Rs. 431 p.a. 2nd year onwards

Rs. 2,500 p.a.

Rs. 9,999 p.a.

Brokerage charges (Intraday, Future & Options)

Rs. 20 per order

Rs. 10 per order

Rs. 5 per order

Margin Trading Fund Interest Rate

18% p.a.

12.5% p.a.

10.75% p.a.

Freedom Pack

Professional Pack

Bajaj Privilege Club

Subscription Charges

Free for 1st year; Rs. 431 p.a. 2nd year onwards

Rs. 2,500 p.a.

Rs. 9,999 p.a.

Brokerage Charge (Intraday, Future & Options)

Rs. 20 per order

Rs. 10 per order

Rs. 5 per order

Margin Trading Fund interest rate

18% p.a.

12.5% p.a.

10.75% p.a.

How to open a trading account?

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A step-by-step guide to opening a trading account

Step 1: Click on ‘trade now’ 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
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

  • Did you know?

    You can invest in share market with just a few clicks using the Bajaj Broking trading account.

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    You can view the full details of shares and its real-time price movements on trading platform.

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    You can keep one step ahead of the trading competition using Bajaj Broking daily stock research.

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    You are offered investment advisory through curated stock baskets by Bajaj Broking.

Trading account fees & charges

Here is an overview of the fees and charges associated with the Bajaj Broking trading account.

Type of charge Charges applicable
Delivery trading charges (in Rs.) 20 (per order)
Intraday trading charges (in Rs.) 20 (per order)
Future and Options trading charges (in Rs.) 20 (per order)
First-year subscription fee NIL
Subscription fee second year onwards (in Rs.) 431

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a Trading account and a Demat account?

TRADING ACCOUNT facilitates transactions (Buy and sell of securities) by connecting Demat account and bank account. It provides Trading platform executing the transactions.
DEMAT ACCOUNT keeps securities (Shares, MF, Bonds, Sovereign gold bonds, etc.) in electronic form and secure.

Which financial instruments can be traded through a trading account?

Any financial Instrument which is listed on Stock exchanges can be traded through trading account.

Can one sell the shares without a trading account?

No, a trading account is must for selling shares available in Demat account.

Can minors open a trading account?

Minors can open a trading account under specific circumstances, such as for selling securities obtained through inheritance or IPO investments. The account is managed by a natural guardian until the minor reaches adulthood.

How to close a trading account?

Follow these steps to close a trading account:

  • Inform your stockbroker
  • Settle all dues and open positions
  • Complete and sign an account closure form
  • Submit it to your brokerage firm.
What documents are needed to open a trading account?

You'll need a PAN card, proof of address (like Aadhar card or passport), a photograph, and your signature on white paper. Additionally, for activating futures and options segment, income proof may be required.

Why do you need a trading account?

A trading account is essential for buying and selling stocks, mutual funds, and other securities in the Indian stock market, providing access to various investment opportunities.

What types of shares or securities can be traded through trading account?

Trading accounts facilitate the buying and selling of stocks, mutual funds, derivatives, IPOs, and ETFs listed on Indian stock exchanges like NSE and BSE.

Why should I open a trading account online?

Opening a trading account online offers convenience, faster processing, real-time access to market data, lower costs, and the ability to execute trades from anywhere with an internet connection.

How long does it take to open a trading account?

The time taken to open a trading account can vary depending on the brokerage firm's procedures and the completeness of your documentation. Generally, it takes a few days to a couple of weeks.

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Disclaimer:

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: https://www.bajajbroking.in/ Disclaimer: https://bit.ly/3LfJavu