Investment Brokerage - National

The Hindu Business Line  11 hrs ago  Comment 
JMFLIndusInd Bank (Buy)CMP: ₹1,437.60Target: ₹1,572IndusInd Bank has been one of the most successful turn-around stories among listed Indian companies. Its management team has not only placed the ba...
The Economic Times  Apr 11  Comment 
There were allegations that a handful of brokerages gained by logging in early, multiple log-ins, and connecting themselves to less crowded servers.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 11  Comment 
EquirusSadbhav Engg (Long)CMP: ₹339Target: ₹379Founded in 1988 by Vishnubhai Patel, Sadbhav Engineering Ltd (SEL) today is considered among the few elite infrastructure companies in the country. Sadb...
Insurance Journal  Apr 11  Comment 
LevelFirst, the wholesale broker and MGA binding facility owned by IIAT Services Co., has appointed Richard Deal as business development manager. Deal is tasked with maximizing the potential of existing relationships as well as growing revenue...
Insurance Journal  Apr 11  Comment 
Risk Strategies Company, a privately held, national insurance brokerage and risk management firm, has added to its employee benefits practice and expertise with the acquisition of Mosse & Mosse Associates LLC’s commercial benefits and consulting...
Mondo Visione  Apr 11  Comment 
Torstone Technology, the leading provider of post-trade securities and derivatives processing, today announces that MainFirst, the independent German headquartered European financial services firm, specialising in equity brokerage, capital markets...
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 10  Comment 
Sunidhi ResearchKEI Ind (Buy)CMP: ₹191.10Target: ₹256New Delhi-based KEI Industries was established in 1968 as a partnership firm, Krishna Electrical Industries. It primarily manufactures house-wiring...
MarketWatch  Apr 8  Comment 
Some brokerages are forging ahead with a new retirement-savings rule.
Reuters  Apr 7  Comment 
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch brokerage unit is launching a renewed push to recruit and train young advisers to supplement a sales force that is aging industry-wide, Merrill Lynch head Andy Sieg said on Friday.
Motley Fool  Apr 7  Comment 
If you're not planning to use your dividend income to pay your living expenses, DRIPs are a smart way to put the money to work.


A broker is an individual or firm that charges a fee or commission for executing buy and sell orders submitted by a customer.

Up until the 90's, most buy and sell orders were executed by calling a broker on the phone who would then execute your order anywhere between $70 and $200 a trade. With the advent of the Internet, a whole new discount broker industry formed which now allows investors to trade at a much lower cost.

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