# Brokerage Calculator

 BlinkX Others Brokerage ₹0.00 ₹187.5 External Charges ₹144.64 ₹3.00 STT/CTT ₹125.00 ₹125.00 Transaction Charges ₹4.19 ₹4.19 State Stamp Duty ₹18.75 ₹18.75 SEBI Turnover Fees ₹0.13 ₹0.13 GST ₹0.78 ₹0.78 PCM ₹0.0 ₹0.0 Total Taxes and Charges ₹148.84 ₹168.84 Total Profit and Loss ₹24851.16 ₹24831.16 Net Saving with BlinkX ₹20.00
*These numbers are for illustration purpose only. Actual numbers may vary.

## What is a Brokerage Calculator?

A brokerage calculator helps investors with a clear picture of their online trade. Using a brokerage charges calculator tells you exactly how much expense you need to pay for your online trade.

## How to Calculate Brokerage?

Brokers charge traders brokerage fees to facilitate market transactions, particularly when buying or selling stocks. These fees are typically calculated as a percentage of the deal value, which may vary depending on the broker and deal size. In the share market, this percentage is determined using a formula:

Based on the entire cost of the shares at the selected percentage, the brokerage is calculated. Thus, the following is the brokerage formula:

If the intraday charge is 0.05 percent and the delivery fee is 0.50 percent, then

Intraday brokerage is calculated as follows:

market price per share * quantity of shares * 0.05%.

Delivery brokerage is calculated as follows:

market price per share * quantity of shares * 0.50%.

## How does the BlinkX Brokerage Calculator Work?

The BlinkX online stock brokerage calculator utilises fundamental variables including the kind of trade (delivery or intraday), the buy and sell price of securities, its quantity and the stock exchanges to be selected.

## How to use the Brokerage Calculator?

The BlinkX brokerage calculator simplifies the process of calculating trading costs by considering various parameters such as transaction fees, STT, GST, and SEBI charges. Here's how to use it:

• Step 1:
Select the Type of Trade: Determine whether you're buying or selling stocks.
• Step 2:
Enter the Stock Buy & Sell Price: Input the price at which you bought and intend to sell the stocks.
• Step 3:
Provide the  Number of Shares: Specify the quantity of shares involved in the transaction.
• Step 4:
Choose the Stock Exchange: Select the stock exchange where the trade is taking place.
• Step 5:
Calculate the Total Trading Cost: Once you've entered these parameters, the BlinkX brokerage calculator instantly calculates the total trading cost, factoring in all relevant charges.

By following these steps, users can quickly and accurately determine the total cost associated with their stock transactions, enabling them to make informed decisions.

## What are the Types of Brokerage Calculators?

There are three main types of brokerage calculators:

• Equity Calculator: This equity brokerage calculator is for people who invest in company stocks through stock exchanges like NSE or BSE. It helps you calculate brokerage charges for your stock trades.
• Commodity Calculator: This calculator is used for trading commodities like gold, silver, or agricultural products. These trades can be physically delivered or settled in cash. It helps you figure out the brokerage charges calculator for these commodity trades.
• Currency Calculator: This calculator is for those who invest in foreign currencies. It's commonly used in the forex market. It helps you calculate brokerage costs for your foreign currency investments.
• F&O brokerage calculator: The F&O brokerage calculator helps traders estimate the fees associated with Futures and Options trading, including brokerage charges, taxes, and other expenses, aiding in profit calculation and strategy planning.

## What are the Factors on which Brokerage Calculation Depends?

The key factors that can affect the  brokerage calculation are as follows:

1. Type of Trading: There are different types of trade in the stock market. Accordingly, if you trade intraday, futures options, and equity, the charges will be different.
2. Volume of Trade: The volume of trade affects the brokerage charge. In larger volumes, trading charges are based on a fixed amount, whereas in lower volumes, you need to pay a small percentage.
3. Current Price: The current price is also a big factor that can change the value of your trade. So, keeping the current price in mind, you have to make a proper trading plan.
4. Types of Broker: In the stock market, you invest through two types of brokers: discount brokers and full-service brokers. Discount brokers offer traders lower prices and a handful of services. Compared with a full-service broker, you get more add-on services along with a bit more brokerage charges.

## Benefits of a Brokerage Calculator

Here are the benefits of a brokerage calculator:

1. Transparency: The brokerage calculator provides precise details about any charges that the trader can easily ignore. Be aware of each charge that you add to your online trade.
2. Price Comparison: You can compare price offers from different banks and brokerage firms. BlinkX's brokerage cost is competitive and reasonable for investors.
3. Free to Use: The brokerage charges calculator is free to use. It allows you to analyse the cost of your online trade in just a few seconds. All you have to do is enter essential data, and you are good to check your brokerage fees.
4. Easy to Use: By entering simple details, you can get an overview of your trade, brokerage details, and the cost value of your trade. To process your calculation, access the calculator from your smartphone or computer, along with an internet connection.
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## Brokerage Calculator FAQs

Brokerage fees are assessed on the whole deal value, or turnover, in intraday trading. Depending on the kind of broker, the brokerage for intraday trading usually varies from 0.01 to 0.05% of the deal value or a set cost per executed order.

Brokerage calculators use a straightforward formula to determine fees: Brokerage = Number of shares x Price per share x Brokerage percentage. This formula applies to both intraday and delivery trading calculations, making it easy to calculate brokerage costs.

Yes, you can use the brokerage charges calculator free of cost and analyse the cost of your online trade in just a few seconds. All you have to do is enter essential data and you are good to check your brokerage fees.

Brokerage is calculated by multiplying the number of shares traded by the price per share and the brokerage percentage. The result represents the broker's fee for facilitating the transaction.

The brokerage formula calculates intraday brokerage by dividing market price by the number of shares and delivery brokerage by the market price multiplied by 0.50%.

Use the following calculation to get your break-even point in units: Break-Even Point (in units) = Fixed Costs ÷ (Unit Revenue – Unit Variable Cost).

SEBI levies 0.0001% of the turnover for both buy and sell transactions in order to regulate the market. The button below can be clicked to learn more about costs and prices.

CTT's full form is Commodity Transaction Tax.

The commodity trade value is used to compute commodity brokerage. Because each broker sets their own fee, the price may vary for each broker. It may take the form of a percentage or a flat charge.

The security transaction tax on all trades of equities by the Government of India. The value of STT is about 0.025% of the transaction value which is applicable on the sell part of an intraday & equity transaction.

The cost of brokerage depends on the price at which you buy or sell one unit of a security. The higher the price, the higher the brokerage. Transaction volume, or how much you buy or sell, also affects the brokerage cost, whether you calculate it manually or use a brokerage calculator.

When you buy a stock for Rs 100, you pay a brokerage fee of 0.05% on that amount, which is Rs 0.05. When you sell the stock, you pay another Rs 0.05 as brokerage. So, the total brokerage cost for both buying and selling is Rs 0.10. This fee is a percentage of the total cost of the shares.

A stamp duty is a legal fee charged by the Indian government for carrying out transactions on the stock exchange. It applies to all types of financial assets.

Indian exchanges collect transactions on the turnover for providing traders with the technology to trade in the stock exchange. These fees vary between securities.

Yes, the brokerage amount is almost the same for both NSE & BSE.