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Advice on Stock Broker Selection - Softlogic, NDB, vs Capital Trust

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samwar


Stock Trader
Hi, I have contacted following 3 stock brokers to open my first CDS account. 


Softlogic
Software - Direct FN
Minimum investment - N/A

NDB
Software - Atrad
Minimum investment - Rs. 50,000

Capital Trust
Software - Atrad
Minimum investment - N/A

NOTE: I hope to manage trading using online account mostly with little or no interference from the broker.

Based on my conversation with the brokers, my initial impression was Softlogic is a good match. 

NDB person was unfriendly and Capital Trust was so imposing like Mr. know it all Sad

But I would appreciate some advice from the experienced users.  

Thanks!

trasantha


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Don't depend on stock brokers 
because they are only advisers you are the person who is investing money. both buying & selling they will win, so do your own research and invest. since our market is small diversified your portfolio and invest

Direct FN is good

Good luck......

3 Thank you! on Wed Nov 01, 2017 10:01 am

samwar


Stock Trader
Thanks again! Smile

dushanp


Stock Trader
Try LOLC instead. They have ATRAD and DirectFN both. No minimum portfolio required as far as I know  Smile

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