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The Uprise of Mobile Trading in India

Feb-15-2022Blog by – Mr. Dhruv AjmeraRead Time: 3 Min.Word Count: 665
762The Uprise of Mobile Trading in India

As more and more investors are turning towards mobile trading apps, the days of having your broker`s phone number on a fast dial are outnumbered. Most brokerage firms that have enabled mobile trading have seen a significant increase in volume as the number of investors using the mobile platform has nearly doubled.


The adoption of smartphones by people has brought a significant change in the trading world, as it has enabled lower brokerage and exchange rates. Retail investors are finding it comfortable to use these applications on their devices.


The accessibility of smartphones and mobile internet has increased thus enabling young retail investors to research and invest in stocks with ease. A recent study has suggested that there was a substantial increase in the installation of mobile trading applications.


With a rising community of new-age investors in India, as well as the new normal of working from home, millennial investors appear to be more interested in self-analysis and selecting the best stock online.


Furthermore, trading allows investors to create a second income stream at a time when most companies are either laying off employees or implementing salary cuts to deal with the business slowdown caused by COVID-19.


There is a part of the population whose salaries have remained unchanged, but savings have soared as expenditure on travel, restaurants, movies, and other luxury items have dropped. This group is likely to invest a lot more than they were doing earlier through mobile trading apps.


According to the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), retail investors account for slightly more than 50% of all transactions. As a result, the investor`s awareness is essential for success. The stock market has indeed been brought to the doorsteps of investors in a transparent manner by electronic trading platforms and regulators such as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Moreover, this is only possible with the support of low-cost mobile devices and broad access to high internet throughout the country.


Because of the availability of online trading, especially mobile trading in India, not just traders but investors of all types now feel empowered. They are growing comfortable with prompt accessing and time analyzing information on various trading devices for their financial assets.


India is one of the most exponentially growing markets for internet and mobile trading. The fact that, in comparison to online trading, mobile trading is relatively new to the Indian market. India started mobile trading in 2010, however, online trade has been around since 2000.

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One of the most huge benefits of mobile-based trading is that it now makes the stock market accessible to investors in Tier 2, 3, and 4 cities. Even if a person does not have access to a computer, a simple smartphone can provide access to an online trading platform. It also aids in the empowerment of women and housewives. They, along with their daily routine, now have the ability to profit from stock market investing. People will soon be able to drive maximum traffic on the stock market using their portable devices.


You can now trade in the cash, futures, and options segments, commodities, and currency markets using mobile trading apps. Some brokers also allow you to invest in mutual funds, non-convertible debt, and bonds through these apps.


Call-in trades are a convenient way of trading that has significant delays in connectivity. This is largely overcome by trading using mobile apps. It won`t be surprising if such a classic way of dealing fades into obscurity and is only available in books in the near future.

Conclusion

These trading apps assist in the seamless transmission of funds thanks to the mobile banking feature. This ensures that no trading opportunities are missed owing to a shortage of funds. You may now move funds across your trading accounts in minutes using your smartphone.


These apps provide live streaming script quotes in real-time. They also give you access to company-specific financial data. Previously, people had to rely on a system or terminal to access such information.

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Yogi mukhat

Your information was very helpful to me. I was in search of a brief introduction to mobile trading topics for research. I am happy to learn that mobile trading apps allow me to trade cash, futures, and options markets, commodities, and currency markets. Thank you!

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