How to Enjoy Lowest Intraday Brokerage Rate Of 0.05% | Jupiter Securities Sdn Bhd

Jupiter Securities Sdn Bhd has lower the brokerage rate for intraday trades for online  trading accounts. 

You will automatically enjoy our low intraday brokerage rate of 0.05% with minimum of  RM10 for online  cash upfront account or minimum of RM12 for online collateralized account.

Best of all, you do not need to apply for this privilege rate.


This rate will be automatically granted to you when you trade intraday via online effective Friday, 23 July 2010.


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Brokerage Rates (Cash Upfront)

Brokerage  Rates (Collateralise)


0.05% or min RM10

0.05% or min RM12

For overnight (T+1 onwards) trades, you continue to enjoy our existing low online rates  as well as continue to enjoy high interest rates on your Trust Money.

Jupiter Securities Sdn Bhd has revising upwards the interest rate on clients’ cash balance of equal or more than RM500,000 from 2.20% per annum to 2.35% per annum effective 21 July 2010.

With this adjustment, the interest rates on your Trust Account will be as follows:

DEPOSIT AMOUNT                                              NEW INTEREST RATES

1) Deposit of equal or more than RM500,000                  2.35% per annum

2) Deposit of equal or more than RM50,000                     2.10% per annum

and less than RM500,000

3) Deposit of less than RM50,000                                     1.80% per annum


You can now trade intraday and make money. 

WOW! With such low rate of 0.05%, you can “profit from just 1 tick”!

2 Responses to “How to Enjoy Lowest Intraday Brokerage Rate Of 0.05% | Jupiter Securities Sdn Bhd”

  1. Personally i dont really need Intraday Day rates at the lowest price because i don’t do Contra trading. Most of the stocks i pick are for medium and long term.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    Apex deputy managing director Lim Teck Seng said that while e-trading was not new, the company planned to aggressively adopt online trading to increase its market share.

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