Transaction charges are percentage based charges levied on your trade value. Thus, on a general level, higher is your trading capital, higher are the transaction charges you are required to shell out.
Transaction charges, although, are levied differently for different trading segments. For instance, in delivery trading, these are charged at both buy and sell levels while for intraday trades, those are done only for sell trades.
Angel Broking Transaction Charges Details
Here are the details of the transaction charges levied by Angel Broking across different segments:
As you can see there are a few segments which require you to pay transaction charges in both buy as well as sell trades while derivatives and intraday trading require transaction charges to be paid only in the sell trades. Make sure you have an idea of these transaction charges while you place trades in the stock market.
Angel Broking Transaction Charges Example
To give you an idea on the total amount of such charges you might end up paying in your trade, here is a quick example:
Let’s say you bought 1000 shares of Infosys each priced at ₹950, thus totalling the total transaction turnover to ₹9,50,000 for a delivery trade.
As mentioned in the table above, for Equity delivery, the transaction charges are 0.00325% of the turnover.
In this case, the Angel Broking transaction charges will be ₹950,000 X 0.00325% i.e. ₹30.87
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Transaction Charges of other Stock Brokers:
Here is a quick look at the transaction charges levied by other stockbrokers in India. Just click/tap on the stockbroker logo and the corresponding page will be displayed to you:
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