- Zebu Trade
- IIFL Securities
- Kotak Securities
- Axis Direct
- HDFC securities
- ICICI Direct
- Motilal Oswal
- Reliance Securities
- Marwadi Shares
- Master Trust
- Choice Broking
- Goodwill Commodities
- Prabhudas Lilladher
- SBICAP Securities
- Bajaj Capital
- GCL Securities
- SMC Global
- Anand Rathi
- Nirmal Bang
- Aditya Birla
- Indira Securities
Frequently Asked Questions
The minimum margin money required to trade with Just Trade is Rs.10000.
Yes, Just Trade offer free advisory services to resident and Non-Resident Indians.
No, Just Trade does not provide mobile application and mobile-based trading platform, Just Trade offer a browser-based website Justtrade.in through which you can invest in share market.
No, Just Trade offers 2-in-1 account to resident Indians and NRIs.
Yes, After Market Order facility is available in the Just Trade platform.
No, there are not any such guidelines from the depositary to maintain a minimum balance in demat account, you can have zero balance in your depositary account.
No, trading in Forex is not available at Just Trade platform.
No, Portfolio Management Services (PMS) are not available in Just Trade platform.
No, Just Trade does not provide the facility of Algo Trading.
Yes, it is allowed to open more than one account with the same DP.
No, you can not place Bracket Order (BO) and Cover Order (CO) with Just Trade.
In the case of bank account, credit to the account is given while you submit ‘Paying in’ slip together with cheque/cash. In the case of demat account, ‘Receipt in’ form needs to submit to receive securities in the account but for the convenience of investors, ‘Standing Instruction’ facility is given , so, if you say ‘Yes’ for standing instruction, you do not need to submit ‘Receipt in’ slip every time you buy securities.