TopShareBrokers.com provides you the Brokerage Comparison Calculator to know your brokerage upfront with different Discount Brokers, your break-even points, taxes and your total profit and loss in a trade.
We recommend you to use our Brokerage Calculator to calculate what you will be paying to trade in different segments of NSE with different Brokers.
Brokerage for discount brokers is already feeded. All you have to do is select any five discount brokers at a time or select any four discount brokers and other to compare discount brokers with any one full service broker having percentage base brokerage. In that case you have to input brokerage percentage for that particular full service broker.
One brokerage calculator serves as equity brokerage calculator, Intraday brokerage calculator, Future brokerage calculator, Option brokerage calculator, currency future brokerage calculator and currency option brokerage calculator.
Our Brokerage Calculator Comparison is unique in a way that it highlights even the tiniest charges you have to pay when you go with different Discount Brokers.
Stamp Duty is a tax levied on documents and it varies from state to state. Usually, it is charged on per crore basis except for few states where maximum stamp duty charged is Rs 50. Most of the Discount Brokers do not include it in the calculation of brokerage. Our brokerage calculator tells you how much stamp duty you need to pay when you go with different brokers.
Another point to consider is Professional Clearing Members fee or PCM fee. PCM is the part of Transaction Charges and is usually charged with transaction charges. Only one or two out of all the Discount Brokers doesn’t charge any PCM fee.
In this comparison we are providing brokerage calculation for major discount brokers like Zerodha, ProStocks, RKSV, SAS Online, Trade Smart Online, SAMCO, Compositedge, MyValueTrade, Tradejini, Wisdom Capital, Achiievers Equities and Fyers.
ProStocks is the only discount broker who is not charging any PCM fee in any of the segments.
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