Indian stock brokerage Dhan joins TradingView’s list of partner brokers

Rick Steves

The Indian market has now become much more accessible to TradingView users, who can quickly register with Dhan for brokerage services.

TradingView has announced a significant milestone for the ever expanding charting platform with the addition of an Indian stock brokerage partner, Dhan.

As of now, Dhan will be the only broker from India through which users can send orders directly from TradingView charts and invest in Stocks and Futures on NSE, BSE, and MCX.

Traders can verify an account in less than 10 minutes and access the broker’s features and offerings like their advanced option chain, basket orders, and webhooks.

Dhan charges no fees on account opening, maintenance, nor brokerage delivery

Dhan boasts zero account opening fees, zero brokerage on delivery, and zero annual maintenance charges; continuously helping users do more for less.

Launched in 2021, Dhan’s mission is to offer a user-first platform for trading & investing driven by technological innovations. The broker is regulated by SEBI and provides 24/7 support for all its users across various channels like the Dhan App, email, phone, and Twitter.

The Indian market has now become much more accessible to TradingView users, who can quickly register with Dhan for brokerage services.

Dhan was born out of Raise’s $22 million fundraiser

Not to be confused with Dhani, Raise’s Dhan aims to conquer Indian investors’ hearts as it plans to expand its offering include HNIs, insurance, payments, mutual funds, lending, and card products.

Raise Financial Services has recently raised $22 million in a Series A funding round, of which $15 million will be used to fuel the development and expansion of its trading platform, Dhan.

Founded by former Paytm Money CEO Pravin Jadhav in January 2021, Raise owns and manages Dhan, a stock trading platform that competes with the likes of Groww, Zerodha, and Upstox.

In August 2021, Raise acquired Mumbai-based stockbroking firm and SEBI-registered company, Moneylicious Securities, which resulted in Raise securing the required licenses to become an integrated online stock broker offering trading on all exchanges (BSE, NSE, MCX).

Raise is using the acquired authorizations to set up Dhan as a multi asset trading platform with an offering that spans across all segments: equity, exchange-traded funds, futures, options, currencies, and commodities.

The $15 million investment will boost Dhan’s product, engineering, operations and customer experience teams as well as expand the product range to include financing, insurance, investments, payments, and wealth management.

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