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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Stoxkart provides mutual fund services to NRIs. They can invest in mutual funds by using StoxMF website and the Stoxkart Invest Trading app. NRIs are allowed to invest in mutual funds only in Indian Currency.
An NRI can open a demat account with Stoxkart. It has depository membership of CDSL and offers depository services to NRIs. An NRI can choose to open an NRE or NRO demat account with Stoxkart.
No, Stoxkart does not provide trading tips for stock and commodity trading to its customers.
The Mutual fund investment with Stoxkart is completely free. There is no brokerage, no AMC, no software charge and no hidden charges. The Stoxkart offers online Mutual Fund investment services by using the StoxMF platform.
Stoxkart charges ₹0 for Equity delivery trade. These trades are also termed as CNC and Carry Trades.
In order to close the Stoxkart demat account, there is an account closure form present on the website. The customer is required to fill it and sign it before sending it to the registered address. It is closed through a formal process and is recommended to save on paying the annual maintenance charges of your account.
An NRI account is necessary if you are an NRI and want to trade in Indian stock market. It can only be done with an Indian NRI account.
The customer has to submit copies of PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Address Proof, Cancelled Cheque and photographs while opening an account. If you wish to trade in derivatives then you will have to add income proof in the documents as well.
Yes, Stoxkart provides a facility of Margin Funding.
It charges a flat brokerage fee of ₹15 per order on Intraday Trades. The brokerage will only be charged on trades when you earn a profit. There is no brokerage charged on the Intraday trade when you lose money.
A maximum of 40 shares can be bought from each exchange in Intraday.
Autotrender covers global and domestic market trends, including Nifty, Bank Nifty, Options, Commodity market outlook and currency market trend.
Yes, you can buy and sell CNC on the same day by Stoxkart.
It filters the stock from the live markets on the basis of volumes and indicators “What to buy” and “What to Sell”. It shows the “Bear” and “Bull” stock that helps the trader or investor to initiate or to avoid the stock in the market. It provides direction of the market and determines the strength of the trend.
It takes just 15 minutes to open an account online with Stoxkart. The account gets activated as soon as the verification process gets completed.
Stoxkart is a depository participant of Central Depository Services Limited (CDSL). The firm works only as a servicing agent for the demat account. The Stoxkart DP id is 12019100.
LMT refers to the Limit Order in Stoxkart.
It is a web-based software that can run on any internet platform. It is a research-based tool designed by SMC research team to guide traders or investors in the live market. It shows the strength of the trend.
Stoxkart charges ₹0 Annual Maintenance Charge (AMC) for a trading account and ₹300 for a demat account. Stoxkart AMC is the amount charged to maintain the accounts.
Yes, you can invest in mutual funds on Saturday. But it will be treated as the order placed on the very next business day.
If you don’t sell Intraday products daily then it automatically turns into delivery.
Stoxkart charges ₹15 for currency futures trading and ₹15 for currency options trading.
Yes, Stoxkart provides an online IPO application services to Indian Customers Resident that use UPI as the payment gateway. The Stoxkart customers can apply for IPO online using the IPO application provided by Stoxkart.
An option is a type of security that can be bought or sold at a particular price within a specified time period, in exchange for a non-refundable upfront deposit. An options contract offers the buyer the right to buy, not the obligation to but at the particular price or date. Options are a type of derivative product.