1. What are the services provided by Wanteg Sekuritas?

Wanteg Sekuritas gives clients access to trade Indonesian stocks and other financial instruments. We also provide numerous other services such as research, financial advisory and underwriting.

2. How do i open an account with Wanteg sekuritas?

Opening an account with us can be done in person or through mail. For more details, please click here

3. What are the fees to trade stocks through Wanteg Sekuritas?

For trades made through WON (our online trading platform), transaction fees are 0.185% to buy and 0.285% to sell. Please note that dealer assisted trades may cost more.

4. What is online trading?

It is an online platform that enables investors to perform transactions without the need to contact brokers / dealers. Wanteg offers this service through Wanteg Online Trading (WON) to all our customers.

5. What are the differences between transactions through online trading and regular transactions?

6. When can investors trade public stocks?

Stock transactions can be made in the following hours:

7. What is investing?

Investment is spending money or capital in the hope of gaining profit in the future. Investing can be done through various instruments and degrees of risks. The financial instruments can be selected based on an individual’s risk profile.

8. What are the differences between investing and saving?

The differences between investing and saving can be seen in the table below:

9. Why is investing important?

By investing, you can safeguard your asset values from inflation and can also help meet future needs. The earlier you invest, the more prepared you are to face the risks that may arise in the future.

10. What is a stock?

A stock is a security which indicate proof of part ownership of a public company with shares listed and transacted on the stock exchange. Buying shares of a company means owning part of the company and also entitles you to part of the company’s wealth and income (Shareholders may receive a share of the profits distributed to them through dividends)

11. What are the benefits of investing in stocks?

Benefits of investing in stocks can are dividends and capital gain.
Dividends are the distribution of profits provided by the company that were derived from the income generated by the company. The dividends are granted after obtaining approval in the shareholders meeting.
Capital Gain are profits earned from selling a security at a price higher than the security was purchased for.

12. What are the risks associated with investing in stocks?

There are several risks in stock investing, such as capital loss and stock illiquidity risk.
Capital loss: A decline in the price of a stock purchased, this is the opposite of capital gains. Capital loss happens when investors sell stocks lower than their purchase price.
Stock illiquidity risk: The risk that there might not be enough market interest in that particular stock. The lack of buyers may lead to owners of the stock being unable to sell their stocks quickly.
Please note that there are other risks not listed here.

13. Is it safe to invest in stocks?

Yes, the stock market is regulated by the government. There are several regulating bodies in place such as KSEI (Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia) and KPEI (Kliring Penjaminan Efek Indonesia) to make sure that all transactions clear. KPEI guarantees investors who buy stocks will receive the security and stock sellers will receive their money.

14. What are the institutions that support the capital market?

Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), organizes and provides systems and facilities to bring together parties who wish to buy and sell securities.
Financial Services Authority (OJK) is tasked with fostering, managing and overseeing investment activities in the capital market and formulating a transparent policy for investors as well as society as a whole.
Kustodian Sentral Efek Indonesia (KSEI), a depository and settlement institution in the capital market. Holds centralized securities deposit as well as records activities and completion of securities transactions.
Kliring Penjaminan Efek Indonesia (KPEI), an intermediary to conduct legal transfers between exchange members and KPEI in guaranteeing the settlement of exchange transactions.
Exchange Member or Anggota Bursa (AB), is a securities company that has obtained license from Ototritas Jasa Keuangan and Bursa Efek Indonesia to perform brokerage services such as securities underwriting and investment manager.

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