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Demat Account

An account that is used to hold shares and securities in electronic format is called a Demat account. The full form of the Demat account is a dematerialized account. During online trading, the purpose of a Demat account is to hold shares that have been bought or dematerialized (converted from physical to electronic shares), thus making share tradin...

Future & Options

A market much bigger than equities is the equity derivatives market in India. Derivatives basically consists of 2 key products in India viz Options and Futures. The difference between future and options is that while future is linear, options are not linear. Derivatives means that they do not have any value of their own but their value is derived f...

Intraday Trading

Intraday trading is buying and selling stocks on the same day. Many traders do this type of day trading to earn quick money. In intraday trading, the trader sets the target to execute the transaction. The transaction executes, once the stock hits that price. After understanding the intraday trading meaning, let us look at an example of the same.

IPO

When a privately held business collects money from the public and in turn gives them shares in their company. The shares are then traded for the first time in the stock market. The process is called Initial Public Offering.

Mutual Funds

What is a Mutual Fund? A vehicle for investing in stocks and bonds A mutual fund is not an alternative investment option to stocks and bonds, rather it pools the money of several investors and invests this in stocks, bonds, money market instruments and other types of securities. Buying a mutual fund is like buying a small slice of a big pizza. T...

Offline Trading

All the activities of Offline Trading are carried out with the aid of brokers where they help you in the entire process while spending a lot of time. During offline trading, you will have to call the customer care executive of the brokerage house in order to do intraday trading or positional trading. You will have to keep calling again and again to...

Online Trading

Online Trading is an active style of participating in the financial markets, which seeks to outperform traditional buy-and-hold investing. Instead of waiting to profit from long-term uptrends in the markets, traders seek short-term price moves in order to profit during both rising and falling markets. As a trader, you can be your own boss, work fro...

Share Market

New to the stock market? I will take you through the world of share market in this article. Firstly, let us learn what is share market? Share market is where buying and selling of share happens. A Share represents a unit of ownership of the company from where you bought it. For example, you bought 10 shares of Rs. 200 each of ABC company, then you ...

Trading Account

Similar to a bank account, a trading account acts as a common platform to sell or purchase securities. Securities are purchased through a trading account, held in a Demat account, and payments are done through the linked bank account.

Account Opening

How to open a paperless account? HENSEX securities gets all the details required for paperless opening from KRA. Clients who want to open account can get KYC verified and then HENSEX securities just need your PAN card details. Through a secure E-KYC system, HENSEX securities will fetch your details form the KRA system and fill out the details f...

Adding Funds

How do I add money using UPI to my trading account? The UPI payment option allows you to transfer funds from your mapped bank account using a UPI (Google Pay, BHIM, etc) app in your mobile.

Adding Bank Accounts

You can link 1 Primary bank and up to 1 Secondary Bank Accounts to your HENSEX Account. Note: With a primary bank account, you can add funds to your trading account and make withdrawals. Secondary bank accounts can only be used to add funds to your trading account.

Brokerage & Other Charges

What are charges for using trading software?

Funds Withdrawal

How do I withdraw money from my trading account? You can place a withdrawal request by logging into Hensex Web and click on the Funds tab and select Overview. Enter the amount you want to withdraw in the Withdrawal Amount field and click on proceed. The same process is applicable for mobile as well. You can open Hensex Wave on your mobile browser...

Attention Investors :

Prevent unauthorized transaction in your account, update your mobile number/email IDs with us. Receive information of your transactions directly from stock Exchange on your mobile/email at the end of the day. Investment in securities market is subject to market risks, read all the related documents carefully before investing.

HENSEX Securities

SEBI Reg. No. - INZ000209725 |NSE Member ID - 14345 | MCX Member ID – 45785 |NCDEX Member ID - 01030 |BSE Member ID - 6720 |ARN Number - ARN-160303 |

Registered Address:

7 Bhagat Ki Kothi Extension, NH-65, New Pali Road,JODHPUR-342005(Rajasthan),
Compliance officer: Mr. Tahir Hussain Ph:0291-2720168 Email: tahir@hensex.com.

ALERT: KYC is one time exercise while dealing in securities markets - once KYC is done through a SEBI registered intermediary
(broker, DP, Mutual Fund etc.), you need not undergo the same process again when you approach another intermediary.

Kindly note that as per NSE circulars nos: NSE/INVG/36333 dated November 17, 2018, NSE/INVG/37765 dated May 15.2018 and BSE circular nos: 2017 1117-18 dated November 17, 2018, 2018 0515-39 dated May 15.2018, trading in securities in which unsolicited messages are being circulated is restricted. The list of such stocks are available on the website of NSE & BSE. Investors are advised not to blindly follow the unfounded rumors, Tips given in social networks, SMS, WhatsApp, Blogs etc. and invest only after conducting appropriate analysis of respective companies.

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