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Ready-made Option Strategies

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Good-Till-Triggered orders

With GTT, place 3-leg conditional orders at once. Define buy/sell price; profit target and the stop-loss amount and leave the rest to us. Along with intraday, GTT is also valid on F&O orders till expiry.

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TradingView and ChartsIQ chart libraries

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Basket Orders

An easy-to-use tool to create an options strategy and avail margin benefits from the Exchange. You can place upto 4 orders at a time.
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Use our Margin Trading Facility to buy stocks with just 50% funds and hold them for up to 150 days. Or gain additional leverage for F&O trading by pledging your Demat holdings.

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Pricing

Flat fees, no hidden charges.

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20
Interest
On borrowing funds using Margin Trading Facility
0
Account Maintenance
To maintain your Demat Account*
20
Brokerage
On Equity, F&O, commodity and currency orders
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*Zero AMC is applicable for users onboarded from August 2021 onwards.

Traders get more with margins and flat brokerage

5x margins for Intraday/CO/OCO Orders. You pay ₹20 /trade* or 0.05% (whichever is lower) for Intraday trading in Stocks, F&O, Currencies & Commodities.
Intraday order margins CO/OCO order margins
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  • Equity
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  • Index Futures and Stock Futures
  • Index and Stock Option Sell
  • NSE Currency Futures
  • MCX Futures
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  • Equity
1x
  • Index Futures and Stock Futures
  • Index and Stock Option Sell
  • NSE Currency Futures
  • MCX Futures
Note: No Margin for Options buying
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can I invest in mutual funds through the web trading platform?

Various trading platforms in India provide accessibility to the same features in both website and mobile applications. Upstox is one trading platform that provides a trading facility through the website and mobile application. There would be no difference in charges and facilities between website and mobile application trading platforms.

How do I track my portfolio?

To track your portfolio, you can keep yourselves updated about the company’s key decisions, announcements, and changes in shareholding patterns in which you have invested. You can also track the performance of your portfolio in the trading platform’s application or website only.

What is a trading platform?

A software that can be used for the purpose of trading and other related activities can be termed a trading platform. It is an online trading platform that can be used to buy and sell shares and make other investments. Online trading platforms include web-based and mobile application based platforms.

What are the types of stocks that can trade?

There are different types of stocks in which you can invest in. When we say “stocks”, it generally means a common stock representing a company’s share that investors hold. There are categories in the stocks like mid-cap, small-cap, large-cap, penny, blue-chip, cyclical, and defensive stocks.

What is stock trading?

Stock trading means buying and selling shares of a particular company. Holding shares of a company refers to owning the same proportion of the company’s voting rights. Buying at a lower cost of shares and selling them at a higher price on a stock trading platform is stock trading. Platforms that provide trading services are typically stock trading brokers.

What is a web trading platform?

Stock trading can be done through mobile applications and website platforms. When investors want a simple user experience with critical stock trading functionality, there are some platforms to invest in stocks that provide the same services, called a web trading platform. No installation is required, and it’s available on any computer on any browser.

Where can I find the trading reports?

Many online stock trading platforms provide trading reports in specific intervals for their investors. Upstox is also an online stock trading platform that offers a trading report service for investors. Trade reporting is required for market makers to report a transaction within 90 seconds of its execution publicly.

How can I start trading on Upstox?

First of all, you have to open a trading account in order to do stock trading online. You can open a trading account on an online stock trading platform by filling out an application from the website. Further, required documents like Aadhaar card, PAN, driving license, and passport size photo must be uploaded on the website. After successful verification by the stock trading platform, you can start trading in stocks.

Online Trade Platform With 1 Crore+ Active investors

Upstox is an Online Trade Platform With 1 Crore+ active investors. Upstox elevates your trading experience to new heights. The online platform and app are intended for simplicity and efficiency, allowing you to browse between screens and trade easily. Upstox offers trading and investing in:

  • Stocks
  • IPOs
  • Futures and Options
  • Mutual Funds
  • Currency Futures and Options
  • Commodity Futures and Options

What is Trade?

One word can have different meanings and definitions in the various subject areas. Similarly, the definition of trade comes from economics. Trade means buying and selling goods and services in return for a particular amount. Such an event can take place between producers and consumers. Trade may take place domestically and internationally. When transactions take place within the home country, it is known as domestic trade. When goods are bought across borders from different countries, it is called international trade. International trade enables governments to open up new markets for goods and services that would otherwise be unavailable. International trade intensifies competition and thus more competitive pricing, resulting in a lower price for the customer at home. For this reason, an Indian consumer can buy goods manufactured in Japan, the US, and other countries. However, the meaning of trade is different in the case of financial markets. The definition of trading in the financial aspect refers to the buying and selling of financial instruments such as stocks and bonds. The equity market is the most favoured market for individual investors and traders. Stock trading involves investing in equity shares of the companies. The equity shares of Indian companies are listed on the Indian stock exchanges. Trading in India is possible through stock exchanges in India. The National Stock Exchange and the BSE are prominent national stock exchanges. However, it is not possible for stock exchanges to handle thousands of requests to buy and sell shares or other financial instruments. As a result, brokerage houses are established that take care of the trade transactions. Nowadays, investors can trade online through various trade platforms such as Upstox. Stock trading entails frequently buying and selling shares in the secondary market to time the market. It is necessary to know about the primary and secondary markets. In the primary market, the shares of a company are offered to the public for the first time. This is called the Initial Public Offer(IPO), where the transaction takes place between the issuing company and buyers. After that, the share gets listed on the secondary market. Here, buying and selling take place between buyers and sellers. Stock traders aim to benefit from short-term market occurrences by selling stocks at a profit or buying stocks at a low price. Some stock traders are day traders, meaning they purchase and sell many times every day. Others are just regular traders who make a dozen or more deals every month. Stock traders conduct significant studies, frequently dedicating many hours every day to market monitoring. They use technical stock analysis, which involves employing tools to analyse a stock's movements to identify trading opportunities and patterns. Stock trading information, such as analyst reports, stock research, and charting tools, is available through many internet brokers. Trade in stocks can have a decent amount of return on investments and include some risks. The risk of volatility in the market is always associated with the trade in stocks. Fundamental and technical analysis of the company must be done before trading online.

Types of Trade

Traders can apply different types of trade strategies as per their objectives to earn decent returns.
Here is the list of trade strategies:
Intraday Trading
In intraday trading, traders buy and sell stocks on the same day and book profits or bear losses due to volatility in the stock market. Volatility refers to an increase or decrease in the prices of the shares of companies listed on stock exchanges.
Position trading
In position trading, investors hold shares of the companies more than the intraday period, i.e., for like months. Position trading helps investors understand the movement of prices and industry and determine the perfect time of entry and exit from the market.
Swing trading
It helps investors minimise the risk of occurring loss in selling or buying the securities and holding stocks for more than a day.
Momentum Trading
Investors usually pursue trading in the stocks moving in one direction in bulk. In such a type of trading, traders move in the direction of the market to get desired profits. If many stocks are moving in an upward trend, they will act according to the market trend only.
Short-term trading
Short-term trading allows traders to hold stocks from a day to a few weeks. Traders make a profit by buying stocks at a lower price and selling it at a higher.
Long-term trading
Holding financial securities for a longer time, i.e. more than a year, is considered long-term trading. Long-term trading involves a fundamental analysis of the company to estimate future performance and growth of the company simultaneously with the industry.
However, it does not matter which type of trading a trader pursues. Trend analysis and technical evaluation of the company and industry are necessary to create wealth through trading in stock markets. How does trade work in India?

Several elements in the stock market play crucial roles in connecting dots from the companies to regulatory bodies to final investors. To trade in the stock market, traders have to go through various formalities and open up a Demat account for the purpose of trading. When trading in the share market, there are the following elements that play a crucial role: Stock Exchange
Stock exchanges are the platforms that help investors conduct trading activities under one umbrella. India's Securities and Exchange Board regulates the activities on this platform. The participants have to register with SEBI and the stock exchange to conduct trades.
Companies
At the initial stage, when companies are first time issuing their share, IPOs (initial public offerings) are issued to the public as per the prescribed procedures in the primary market. Investors apply for the IPO of the company for a first time purchase. Further, shares are allotted to the investors depending upon the bidding and number of investors. After issuing IPO, investors can buy and sell shares from each other to book profits. The investors book profits through buying at lower rates and selling at a higher rate in secondary markets. There would be no company involvement in secondary market trading of shares.
Stock Brokers
To conduct trade activity in the stock market, a stockbroker comes into the picture. Stockbrokers are the entities that are registered with the stock exchange to trade in shares. Stockbrokers act as an intermediary between the investors and the stock exchange. When a trader attempts to trade in the share of any company, the stockbroker passes on the information to the stock exchange. Multiple parties are involved in making buy and sell or bidding decisions.
Order confirmation
Stockbrokers pass on the buy order to stock exchanges in India, where the sale of the same shares can be matched, and the trade activity takes place.
Exchange of shares in consideration
When buyer and seller finalise the price, they agree to pay for shares of the company, stock exchange settles the transactions and ensures that there should not be any default in the middle of the transaction.
Transfer of ownership
After the settlement of the transaction between buyers and sellers, the respective stock exchange will transfer the ownership of shares of the company. Buyers will receive an SMS on their mobile number, which will confirm the transfer of ownership of the shares.
Role of Demat account
Earlier, at the time of non-digital trading, trade in shares took time to conduct the overall activity of the trade in stocks. But in digital trading, all trading activities are done through the investor’s Demat account only. Trading takes place online and is reflected in the Demat account of the account holder.
Currently, the settlement takes place within T+2 days. This implies that if you trade today, your shares will appear in your Demat account in two business days.

How to trade in the stock market?

While starting to trade in stock markets, traders need to open a Demat account with a stockbroker who is authorised by the stock exchange in India. After opening up an account, the most crucial task is to link the bank account with the Demat account. It is to make sure that you can do a money transfer. For trading in shares, trading platforms play a crucial role as the charges that traders have to pay for using such platforms also depend on the stock trading platforms.
Step 1
Select your stock broker
The very first step of starting to trade in stocks is to select your stock broker through which you can open a Demat account. The trading account or Demat account helps you buy and sell the shares in the stock exchange.
While opening up a Demat account, things that need to be considered are the charges of opening and closing the Demat account.
Stockbrokers also charge annual maintenance charges (AMC), including GST. Some stockbrokers provide a free account opening facility also.
Traders should also check the brokerage fees whenever placing buying and selling orders. Such a fee depends upon the other factors, such as the volume of trading, or stockbrokers may charge a flat fee irrespective of the trading volume. Traders must compare potential stockbrokers and select one of them according to their needs and suitability.
Opening a Demat account and trading account To start the trade in stocks, open an account trading and a Demat account online. Traders need to fill up the detail required in an online form provided by the chosen stockbroker. Following are the formalities you need to do for filling up an online form:

  • The applicant is required to fill in personal details such as name, email id and mobile number.
  • Traders need to provide bank account details in order to link trading and Demat account with bank account numbers.
  • Traders have to provide a permanent address.
  • Upload the documents for which details have been entered, such as scanned copies of Aadhaar card
  • Pay the account charges. Most accounts have different pricing for different requirements.
  • For verification purposes, the applicant needs to record a video. The length of the video should be less than one minute. This video needs to be uploaded with the application or website to trade in stocks.
  • The trader needs to verify the signature also. For such a purpose, an e-sign will be uploaded to the application. The applicant needs to sign on the paper and take an image of such a sign and upload it.
  • The individual can take a look at the details entered before making the final submission. If the account opening is confirmed, the person will get the login credentials through an SMS.
  • Traders can change their passwords to whatever they can remember and be safe.
Logging into the Demat account Using the same credential provided by the stockbroking entity, log in to the account and start to trade in stocks. Investors can now add money from the bank account to the trading account and vice versa.
Traders can explore the prices of stocks and trade in stocks according to their analysis.
Benefits of trading in the stock market in India The Indian stock market provides several benefits to its investors. Fundamental and technical analyses of companies have enabled investors to make gains in the market. Here are some areas where investing in the Indian stock market can help investors gain expected returns within a specified period of time. Ownership stake in the company As a company matures, minority shareholders (investors) are considered owners of the company. In a small company, the proportion of shares held by investors is usually small; however, as a company grows, the value of shares held by investors increases. Shareholders can have an impact on management and obtain an understanding of what is happening within the organisation and where it is headed. Shareholders can make financial decisions based on available insights into the company and its plans in order to determine whether the company will thrive or fail. Diversification In contrast to the traditional approach of keeping money in saving bank accounts, investing in assets that can foster wealth creation could be a better option. By creating portfolios through investing in company shares, investors can potentially generate maximum returns on their investments. Dividend yield investments Investing in a company's shares can help a trader to receive dividends from the company. If you invest for the long-term, companies may reward you with dividends for trusting in them. These investments can add value to your portfolio. Liquidity Investors may take advantage of trading in stock to realise a sense of liquidity. Liquidity refers to the ability of an asset, such as a stock or bond, to be turned into cash quickly. Trading in stock may provide you with a sense of liquidity. Investors can withdraw their money whenever they require. However, withdrawing money from the market may be profitable if it is done strategically. Our Trading Platform Features Investors can visit our trade platform, i.e., the trade app and trade website. Our trade app and trade website provides a seamless facility for trade in stock markets. We provide investors with the following features: Portfolio tracking Our app provides portfolio updates, which traders can use to track their investments. Based on the market trends on a given day, red or green will appear beside a percentage representing each investment's current value. Trade website Investors do not necessarily need to download the application from a mobile platform, as every aspect of online trading may also be achieved through our website. Create watchlist Investors can research specific companies to determine their potential for investment based on the investors' financial objectives. Investors create watchlists of companies from which they are potentially willing to purchase shares. After a period of time, they can make trades based on their watchlists. Transparent and pocket-friendly Trade Charges It is essential to understand the different costs, including brokerage charges, and how these charges are determined while stock trading. Brokerage costs are the fees that brokerage charges for delivering their services. These fees are not consistent and frequently differ from one broker to the next. It also varies depending on the type of business you perform. Stockbrokers' brokerage slabs are often dynamic, and customers benefit from cheaper trade charges. Upstox has transparent and pocket-friendly trade charges. For equities, the brokerage charge is Rs.20 or 2.5%, whichever is lower. Here are the charges for equity:

Equity

Upstox Charges Equity Delivery Equity Intraday Equity Futures Equity Options
Brokerage ₹20 or 2.5% whichever is lower on Equity Delivery ₹20 per executed order or 0.05% (whichever is lower) ₹20 per executed order or 0.05% (whichever is lower) Flat ₹20 per executed order.
STT/CTT 0.1% on both buy & sell. 0.025% only on sell. 0.01% only on sell. 0.05% only on sell.
Transaction Charges NSE: 0.00345% per trade on buy & sell. BSE: charges vary as per the scrip group NSE: 0.00345% per trade on buy & sell. BSE: charges vary as per the scrip group NSE: Exchange turnover charge: 0.0020% NSE: Exchange turnover charge: 0.053%
Demat transaction charges ₹18.5 per scrip per day only on sell. No charges No charges No charges
GST 18% (on brokerage + transaction + demat charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction charges) 18% (on brokerage + transaction charges)
SEBI Charges ₹10/crore ₹10/crore ₹10/crore ₹10/crore

Currency

Upstox Charges Currency Futures Currency Options
Brokerage ₹20 per executed order or 0.05% (whichever is lower). Flat ₹20 per executed order.
STT/CTT No STT No STT
Transaction Charges NSE:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.0009%
Clearing charge: 0.0004% BSE:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.00022%
NSE:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.04%
Clearing charge: 0.025%
BSE:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.001%
GST 18% ( on brokerage+transaction charges) 18% (on brokerage+transaction charges)
SEBI Charges ₹10/crore ₹10/crore

Commodities

Upstox Charges Commodity Futures Commodity Options
Brokerage ₹20 per executed order or 0.05% (whichever is lower). Flat ₹20 per executed order.
STT/CTT 0.01% on sell trade (Non-Agri) 0.05% on sell trade
Transaction Charges Non-Agri:
Exchange turnover charge: 0.0026%
Exchange turnover charge: 0
GST 18% ( on brokerage+transaction charges) 18% (on brokerage+transaction charges)
SEBI Charges ₹10/crore ₹10/crore
How Is Upstox a Better platform For Trade Online in India?
  • We don’t charge anything for maintaining the Demat account.
  • We apply a flat charging mechanism. Upstox charges Rs 20 flat per trade brokerage irrespective of the segment, including delivery, intraday, and F&O at BSE, NSE, and MCX.
  • After Market Order (AMO), Cover Order, and Trailing Stop/Stop Loss (SL) services are available on the mobile app and website. Orders for Good-Till-Triggered (GTT) are accessible in both equity and commodity markets.
  • For monitoring the market's ups and downs, Upstox Pro Web Trading Platform is available for analysing indicators of market trends.
  • To code and execute the investment strategy, Upstox Bridge for the AmiBroker platform is available for investors.
  • Upstox Option Chain Tool assists traders in determining Spot, Futures, and vertical evaluations of rates, as well as obtaining information such as circuit levels, Open High Low Close, and market depth.
  • Investors can invest in various mutual funds through the Upstox mutual fund platform.

Experience advanced trading with our Trade Platforms & Tools. Upstox offers seamless, uninterrupted and advanced stock trading. We compare companies, industries and portfolios to help investors make informed investment decisions. We offer affordable charges for our services which include a trading platform for investors to access anytime, anywhere. Trade app access is always available and is accessible on the go. Trade website users are provided with the most recent financial news and information on current market conditions.