There seems to be lot of interest in trading in overseas markets like US on this forum.
Please avoid trying to arrange setup like gifting money to NRI and other sorts of solutions.
Consider the following points-
Expensive brokerage - TD Ameritrade, one the most well know brokerages charges $5 per order so $10 per trade and if you trade futures and options add $2.25 per contract. SO if you trade a 10 lot options trade. The expenses would be $5 + $2.25 x 10 = 27.5 x 2 = $55. So around $55 x 70 = Rs. 3850 for one single trade. Compared to Rs.40 with Zerodha + around 1500 per crore other charges. = 1540. per crore. example for 12 lot Nifty is worth around a crore.
US Taxation = U.S is hands downs the most complex taxation system in the world, and filling as to be done through physical paper and it involves 5-6 different forms and CPA costs Rs. 80k.
Not like India where you can easily get a Nice CA to help for Rs.10k and there is one single form that too you can efile.
Other factors- Also there are other regulatory risks associated like RBI.
And they money will have to be Wire transferred which in itself is not a simple and quick process and involves correspondent banks. And takes upto a week for funds to get credited. Also there is exchange rate fluctuations and other remittance charges upto 2rs. per dollar every side. So if you get and receive $10k it would around rs.40k round trip just to move money.
Unlike our beloved RTGS and NEFT, also IMPS.
So the conclusion is friends, avoid “Shiny Object Syndrome” and stick with Indian Markets, even though the margins maybe high they are for your own good, if you are a profitable trader, margins should not be a worry, may not be the case if you want to gamble on heavy leverage.
Saare Jahan se Accha Hindustan Hamara, Contribute to our own beloved nation and make it financially 10 times better than any other overseas market.