Who regulates Investments in US stocks for Indians?
Foreign investments are clearly defined in the RBI guidelines. According to RBI's Liberalized Remittance Scheme , an Indian resident can invest up to US $250,000 per financial year through an authorized dealer.
We have partnered up with Vested to provide a platform for US investing. Vested is registered as an investment advisor with SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission). Therefore, the platform is under the regulation of The SEC.
Can I use same 5paisa account to trade in US stocks or I have to open a new account?
You can use your existing 5paisa account although; you will need to open an account with our US investments partner Vested to start trading in the US stocks. To start please visit, 5paisa.com/invest-in-us-markets
Is it safe to invest in US stocks on 5paisa?
Your account with 5paisa - Vested is also insured by SIPC (Securities Investor Protection Corporation). Under this insurance, the securities in your account are protected up to US $500,000. Furthermore, the investment brokerage account is opened ...
What are Vests and how is it different from stocks?
Vests are custom and curated portfolios that comprise stocks and/or ETFs. Vests are constructed with different goals or themes in mind. Some Vests are built to enable investors to invest into diversified core assets that balance performance and ...
Can I exit from smallcase and sell my stocks?
Whole Exit If you want to completely exit your smallcase position, you can do so by going to the Investments page > clicking on the smallcase you wish to exit > click on the Exit button After the exit smallcase pop-up opens up, you would need to ...
Can collateral be only in the forms of MTF approved stocks?
Yes, Collateral can be in the form of approved stocks. It can also be mix of cash and collateral. Client can pay us the margin in the form of cash/ collateral in any form. Suppose if margin requirement is Rs. 10000, client can pay us partial i.e. Rs ...