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Frequently Asked Question!
Anything above 20k is a good capital to start.Most have started with small capital and gradually increased the capital.
However, return is synonymous to capital. Higher capital would fetch more profit. So, without financially exhausting yourself whatever you are comfortable to start with, you can !!
8k is an advance one-time fixed payment (non refundable) for lifetime account maintenance. No monthly charges.
After starting, 30% of the profit you need to share whenever profit reaches near 10% of your capital. For example, with starting capital of 1lakh, once it becomes 10k, you need to give 3k. Here we will consider Net profit (profit after brokerage, taxes and other expenses).In case of loss, we’ll first cover up the loss, bring back profit and then only profit sharing will resume again.
There’s no guarantee of min or fixed return like debt instruments (i.e. – Fixed Deposit, Bonds etc). You’re entering into F&O trading which is one of the riskiest financial instruments. You should only invest that much which you’re comfortable to lose!!
The performance shown in my channel/website is past performance of the accounts we manage. We always try our level best to keep it same or better in future too. As our earnings is linked with your profitability, our aim would always be giving decent profit in your account keeping the capital safe.
We work solely in stock option buying (NO option writing/selling).
90% of the trades do hit our target in Intraday only but if in some cases it doesn’t hit, we carry it positionally as the idea is not to forcefully exit it until we get the maximum benefit from a trade setup. Now, to get an Idea of accuracy and risk reward you can go through the P&Ls of my AMS clients’ in our official website/telegram channel.
Note :- The terms and conditions are non-negotiable. No queries will be entertained on reducing the One-time Operational charges or Profit sharing ratio. Only if you’re OK with all the terms then you can proceed forward.
There are two kinds of financial instruments
- Debt (Like Fixed Deposit etc.)
- Equity ( Like Stocks, Mutual fund etc.)
Debt instruments are for protecting capital as it’s risk free. It gives a minimum return guarantee (usually 4% to 6% annually)