Stocks and Shares

Equity Trading:

Shares are one of the best long-term investments in the financial market place. However, it can be a precarious proposition due to the risks involved in potential returns. The level of risk involved varies but, if you want to make money, you can't cut out all the risk. It’s best to take help of an experienced and trustworthy expert who will guide you on when, where and how to invest.

We provides thorough guidance on the stock market along with multiple trading solutions and value-added tools & services so that you get the best returns out of your investments.

Currency and Forex Trading:

The global increase in trade and foreign investments has led to inter-connection of many national economies. This and the resulting fluctuations in exchange rates, has created a huge international market for Forex, opening up another exciting avenue for trading. The Forex market offers unmatched potential for profitable trading in any market condition or any stage of the business cycle.


  • Low Commission
  • No Middlemen
  • Standardized Lot Size
  • Transaction Costs as low as 0.07%
  • High Liquidity
  • Instant Transactions
  • Low Margin, High Leverage
  • Online Access
  • Inter-bank Market
  • Self-regulatory
  • No Insider Trading
  • Limited Regulations


The derivative segment is a highly lucrative market that gives investors an opportunity to earn superlative profits (or losses) by paying a nominal amount of margin. Over past few years, Future & Options segment has emerged as a popular medium for trading in financial markets. Future contracts are available on Equities, Indices, Currency and Commodities. Angel with its membership as Trading and Clearing Member of NSE F&O Segment and BSE Derivatives Segment, provides you a gateway to the exciting world of derivative market.

Open Demat/Trading Account Online:

Demat Account:

Initially, stocks and shares used to be exchanged via physical receipts called certificates. However, this resulted in lengthy paperwork and took up a lot of time. To counter this and to take advantage of an electronic trading platform which was gaining traction in West and the Asian Markets, the process of dematerialisation (demat) of shares was initiated in 1996. Physical share certificates were converted into electronic form securities of equivalent number and price and were credited to the investor’s demat account. Thus, the advent of trading commenced this way.

In a more simplistic approach, demat accounts allow the investor to buy and sell as well as transact not only shares and stocks but other products conveniently without the need of any sort of paperwork.

Open your Demat account by registering with a Stock Broker.

Trading Account:

Equity has outperformed most other asset classes in the past few years. In a growing economy like India, the equity market will continue to grow, and enable traders and investors to earn high returns*.

Having an online trading account is invaluable if you want to trade in shares. You will be able to carry out trades quickly and efficiently and make the most of developing situations.

Opening this type of account is a straightforward and seamless process. Whatever be your appetite buying and selling equities, an trading account to meet your requirements.

Need of Demat/Trading Account:

Such accounts are of crucial importance today because, the entire financial platform of investing, trading and maintaining have become digitised. Hence, to enable the user with a seamless and straightforward experience, demat accounts are the necessity of the day. These accounts are essential to trade in India’s stock exchanges. Although SEBI – Securities and Exchange Board of India, has permitted traded up to 500 shares to be settled in the physical form, it is not a preferable option these days since it causes excessive inconvenience of maintenance and tracking.

This account retains certificates of financial instruments such as shares, bonds, government securities, etc. Thus, the dematerialisation account aids the investor to maintain their investments systematically as well as concedes an easy movement to buy and sell any products they desire.

Investing in physical shares is a lot of paperwork together with a lengthy procedure and a high risk of receiving fake shares. To keep this entire process simple and streamlined, an investor should choose to open a demat account.

Online trading, enables the shares and securities to be held in such an account in dematerialised or electronic format. Dematerialisation is the process of converting the physical share certificates to an electronic form to increase its accessibility

As per SEBI guidelines, such accounts is mandatory for every shareholder who intends to trade in stocks and shares and other products.

Hence, to settle trades electronically, an investor requires a specific demat account number.

It is a similar concept to that of a bank account; wherein there is a record of the debt and credit of the balances maintained in a bank passbook. Likewise, when a purchase or sale of a share is undertaken, it will be either credited or debited to or from the account respectively. Thus, holding a such an account allows the investor to buy and sell shares or any other product and hold them safe and sound.

A demat account can be used to retain several investments like shares, stocks, index and gold, bonds, Government securities, initial public offerings(IPOs), Exchange traded funds (ETFs), non-convertible debentures(NCDs), mutual funds, etc. which are traded on the exchanges. You can open a demat account without owning any shares or products together with maintaining a zero balance account.

Benefits of Trading Account

Once you know how to open trading account, you have access to several advantages. Here are some of them:

Secure trades: Carry out safe and convenient transactions. Whether you’re on your laptop or mobile phone, intraday buying and selling is quick and seamless.

Lower costs: Low brokerage fees ensure that costs don’t affect returns. Also, you can benefit from no charges for the first year.

Real-time monitoring: Monitor stock price movements as they happen.