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General Questions

There is no such minimum investment required for our calls. You can choose the lot size according to your convenience but it would be easier for you to have atleast 50k to trade in intraday efficiently.

We always suggest Intraday Trading to our customers because in the present scenario, the Indian markets are mostly governed by the global trends which can change in a day or night. Hence, most of our all calls are purely intraday..
You can anytime call us at our Support Number: +91 731 4286900/ 09630985531 , you can contact to our specific departments (Pre- Sales, Sales and Client service group).
Yes, we have an HNI pack for the investors and traders who trade in heavy lots and Viva Pick is also our Premium service in which we provide every call with almost 100% accuracy..
The tips are given through SMS and Yahoo messenger for timely entry and exit in the trade and an executive is dedicatedly assigned for each client for support.
Profits should be booked as per your judgment, However Targets are given. Also, you should exit as per your judgment. However, Stop Loss has to be strictly followed. .

Other Questions

You can subscribe with us by depositing cheque in our account or by net banking. However you need to inform us with payment details after making payment, so as to avoid any delay in starting your services. For step by step subscription details please checkSubscription Procedure.

We Accept payments through Check, Online Funds Transfers (RTGS/NEFT), DD & Cash .
We provide support to the customers in the best possible way and recommend applying stop loss on strict notes and trying to avoid huge loss. But there is no provision for refunding of money..


Business Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 9am to 7pm
  • Saturday: 10am to 3pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Why we are?

We are dedicated to ensure that the money of all our clients is invested in the best trading opportunities.

  • Ensuring optimal trading opportunity
  • Maximising profits with minimum risks
  • Gradual and Consistent returns