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How to use Zerodha Brokerage Calculator

What is Zerodha Brokerage Calculator?

It’s a calculator taking hardly a minute to let you know how much profit you will earn from your trades after deducting all charges. This calculator takes care of transaction charges, GST, SEBI charges, and Stamp Duty Charges. In extras, it will also inquire you about total turnover per transaction.

Why Zerodha Brokerage Calculator?

Brokerage charges are not limited to calculating calculating asset classes like Equity, Commodity, F&O and others. It stretches up to knowing the Stamp Duty charges as per your own state.

Plus, there is a vast difference between brokerage charges when you switch from NSE to BSE stock buying or selling.

Zerodha Brokerage Calculator covers it all without taking your valuable time. A few inputs and you will be given the amount of final net profit.

Mr. Raval is an Intraday and Swing trader.  Everyday he sits down to analyze how many shares he wants to buy or sell the next day, at which price he wants to buy or sell, what would be the target price and what would be the stop loss price. The only problem is, even after having 90% accuracy with all these trades, Mr. Raval ends up with profit less than expected.

Mr. Raval deals with various kinds of trades like Equity, Futures & Options, Commodity and others. For each trade, he just has a slight idea that he is paying low as compared to other discount brokers but not the exact idea.

To know the exact profit he will earn from his predetermined trades, he has to calculated all-inclusive brokerage charges.

But calculating brokerage charges is a tedious process. Not only he has to sit down with a calculator for transaction charges, he also needs to be aware of how many charges are there, difference between Intraday charges and Swing trading charges, charges variations among equity, F&O, commodity, etc. Acquiring knowledge regarding other puzzling charges like STT, Stamp Duty, and GST is also a necessity.

Check your Brokerage Cost before take position.

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