Comparison Table Of Brokerage Charges In India
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Comparison Table Of Brokerage Charges In India

  1. Comparison Table Of Brokerage Charges In India

    Here you will find a table comparing intraday brokerage charges and delivery brokerage charges charged by different online brokers in India : Sharekhan, ICICIdirect, Motilal Oswal, Religare, SBICAP Securities, Angel Broking, 5paisa, Indiabulls, UTI Securities, HDFC Securities, Indiainfoline, Reliance Money. I constantly try to update this table and try to keep it upto date, so if you have any more information, please leave a comment. It is also important that you read the remarks below the table to get a complete picture.

    You may also be interested in MCX / Commodity Brokerage charges.

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    Online Broker
    Brokerage for Delivery
    Brokerage for Intraday trading
    MMC*
    Zerodha
    brokerage charges
    20 Rs / Order
    20 Rs / Order

    R K Global Shares & Securities
    brokerage charges
    9 Rs / Lot
    9 Rs / Lot
    NIL
    SBICAP Securities
    brokerage charges
    0.50%
    0.10%
    NIL
    Sharekhan
    brokerage charges
    0.03% - 0.50%
    0.03% - 0.10%
    NIL
    Motilal Oswal
    brokerage charges
    0.30% - 0.50%
    0.03% - 0.15%

    5 paisa
    brokerage charges
    0.25% - 0.85%
    0.07%

    Angel Broking
    brokerage charges
    0.50%
    0.02% - 0.03%

    ICICI direct
    brokerage charges
    0.75%
    0.15%

    Indiabulls
    brokerage charges
    0.25% - 0.50%
    0.05% - 0.10%

    HDFC Securities
    brokerage charges
    0.50%
    0.15%

    UTI Securities
    brokerage charges
    0.80%
    0.15%

    Religare
    brokerage charges
    0.20% - 0.30%
    0.02% - 0.03%

    Reliance Money
    brokerage charges
    0.01%
    0.01%
    card system
    Geogit
    brokerage charges
    0.30%
    0.03%

    Indiainfoline
    brokerage charges
    0.50%
    0.10%
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    Compositedge
    brokerage charges
    Rs 25 to 15 per order
    Rs 25 to 15 per order
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    MMC=Minimum monthly commitment.
    • Brokerage is usually negotiable: Several of you trying to choose an online broker and open an online trading account must have been frustrated trying to search for the exact brokerage charges charged by various online brokers. But the fact is the brokerage charged by the same broker varies and in several cases is negotiable. For example if you go and tell a brokerage house that you are going to deposit 2 lakh rupees and try to convince them you are going to trade heavily, they might consider reducing your brokerage. That is why in the above table you will find only a range for the brokerage charges in some cases. But that should be enough to get an idea.
    • Effective brokerage with taxes is more: In addition to the above brokerage charges you will have to pay STT (Securities Transaction Tax) at the rate or 0.02% of the total transaction amount. You will also be charged 12.5% Service Tax on the brokerage amount (and not on the transaction amount). For example, if your brokerage is 0.50% for delivery and you do a delivery transaction of Rs.100/- then the total brokerage you pay is 0.50 (brokerage) + 0.02 (stt) + 0.063 (service tax) = 0.58. Thus your effective brokerage (including all taxes) will be 0.58%. Similarly for brokerage on intraday transactions.

    Documents needed to open a brokerage account

    To open a brokerage (demat) account you will need to furnish copies of the following documents.

    1. PAN card - this is a mandatory requirement. (Here is NSDL's official site to apply for a PAN card.)
    2. address proof - you may submit a copy of one of the following to fulfill this requirement
    passport
    voter id card
    ration card
    driving license
    telephone or electricity bill

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  2. Know the Difference between DEMAT & Trading Account


  3. rst

    What about brokage charges in option nifty??
    Is it same for all brokers ?? (re 1 per share)

  4. Quote Originally Posted by rst View Post
    What about brokage charges in option nifty??
    Is it same for all brokers ?? (re 1 per share)
    Options brokerage varies ... Lowest in market is 20 Rupees per transaction (unlimited lots) in Zerodha and highest is ICICI at 95 Rupees per lot

  5. rst

    Great ,
    Its re 1 per share in Angel bokers[i.e rs50 per lot]

    What about R.K.Global

  6. Quote Originally Posted by rst View Post
    Great ,
    Its re 1 per share in Angel bokers[i.e rs50 per lot]

    What about R.K.Global
    Click Here to find out options brokerage comparison for most brokers

  7. Hello sir,
    i am very much thankful to to you for sending me your art of stock investing. Sir, as per your recommendation 55 day Ema and 200day Ema is best for buying shares. but in this bullish market how long will i can wait for the share price of a good company to come down to the said levels? almost all the companies are at their all time high and is going high and high.may be i will miss the bull rally if i wait until the prices come down . is it good to invest now in selected growing shares or wait until the prices to come down, and how long? please give me your valuable reply sir.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by rajeshbdi View Post
    Hello sir,
    i am very much thankful to to you for sending me your art of stock investing. Sir, as per your recommendation 55 day Ema and 200day Ema is best for buying shares. but in this bullish market how long will i can wait for the share price of a good company to come down to the said levels? almost all the companies are at their all time high and is going high and high.may be i will miss the bull rally if i wait until the prices come down . is it good to invest now in selected growing shares or wait until the prices to come down, and how long? please give me your valuable reply sir.
    Rajesh, yes, most of good companies will now be well above 200 day ema ... But, you can still wait for good companies to come down to 50 day ema or good levels ... I am working on building a dashboard which will help with identifying value buys

  9. Hi thanks for your information but some new companey

    svlns financial offering zero brokerage in shares trading and 1/- per lot in f&o segment how about this please explore the terms and conditions







  10. thanks a lot sir for clearing the difference between demat account and trading account. hope to learn more about stock markets from you.

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