FYERS is an Indian fintech discount broker based in Bangalore. The companies focus is on reducing the cost barriers for equity investors. When the long term capital gains (LTCG) tax of 10% on equities was introduced in the Union budget of India 2018 the company reduced its brokerage fee to zero for some of it's thematic investments. It charges ₹20/- otherwise per executed order.
FYERS provides trading or investing in equities, equity derivatives, currency derivatives and mutual funds. It is a member of the National Stock Exchange of India, BSE Brokers Forum and Association of Mutual Funds of India (AMFI).
FYERS thematic investing platform allows its customers to invest in their own investment strategy without actually looking at specific stocks. Their themes can be customized base on the users’ risk preferences. It offers 100 plus unique investment portfolios and three investment profiles of users.
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