Can I buy 1 share of stock in India?

Short Answer

Did you ever think of investing in stock market? Can you buy a single share? Yes, you can buy one share of stock in India. There isn't any reason why you can't do so. Let's see how is it possible.

Detailed Answer

There is no reason why as we can’t invest in the stock market and buy a single share. There are different types of stocks that you can buy. Penny stocks are those that trade for 50 paisa, one rupee, and so on. However, blue-chip stocks trade anywhere from 10 rupees to 7000 rupees and more for a single share. Therefore, buying one share of stock in India is quite feasible, and there are no restrictions associated with this whatsoever.

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    You can buy one share and you can buy one lakh shares in the stock market. No one is stopping you from doing so. But keep in mind that yo would have to pay a brokerage fee either while buying or selling. It's all based on the stock broker you have chosen.

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