How to Invest in US Stock Market?

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As an investor you keep looking for opportunities to grow your wealth. While the Indian stock market provides ample long-term growth opportunities to investors, diversifying the portfolio across nations brings in the much-required stability to the stock portfolio over the long term.

Taking some exposure in the US stock market may be explore by those who are looking to diversify in international stocks.

A low correlation between these two economies of the world can provide a high risk adjusted return over a longer period of investing.

  • To start investing in US stocks, you need to open an international trading account and have a US bank account abroad. You also have to adhere to the LRS rules of RBI while sending Indian Rupees (INR) abroad. Further, the INR needs to be convert to US dollars (USD) before you buy US stocks listed on
  • US stock exchanges. All these including your KYC formalities can be conduct from here in India through an International brokerage platform (INDmoney) operating in India.
  • The US stocks trading account can be open in a matter of a few days and then buying of stocks or an ETF can begin with a click from India.

Fractional Investing

Fractional investing to help you build a portfolio of US stocks with an amount as low as Rs 5000. The Fractional ownership is allow in US stocks and one can start accumulating US shares with an amount as low as Rs 100.

Unlike Indian stock exchanges, the price is not a barrier in the US stock market. Simply decide how much you need to invest and the number of shares will be automatically calculate for you.

Disclaimer: Always remember, selection of the right US stock or ETF is the key to make full use of international investing, don’t invest without expert guide.

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