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This is probably not the right place for this , but since it is an important part of investing and affects returns, I am starting this post here - soliciting opinions on the best online broker to go with. This might also lead us to buy that stock as well! I have an account with icici direct. What they dont tell you and people might be interested to know is that they also have prepaid brokerage plans which reduce your brokerage to 0. This is offered if you complain! Otherwise, I think they have everything you need for your investing which makes them a convenient one stop shop.
But if others also offer all the options and charge you much less, why not make the shift. He tried to tell me that others have hidden charges which show up only when you trade. Not sure how the others stack up. Although in terms of ease of use, I prefer Sharekhan. Brokerage is more or less the same for all three.
Since most of my stock investments are long-term, the trade frequencies are comparatively low, and I use HDFC Securities for this purpose. The brokerage charge is around 0. I use zerodha account primarily for my Options trading. They offer a flat rate of Rs. They are indeed most expensive and I am also in search of cheaper one with comparable features but as of now I am not able to find any.
Prepaid plan make sense only when your transaction value is high, for example, to make sense with their 25k prepaid plan, you should do transactions worth 15 lacs or more in a year. Their research is pathetic though. Edelweiss I choose mostly for research which is top notch and they do not follow the herd and is independent research on large group of small and midcaps.
Their prepaid plans are pretty good and interface very professional. I use icici direct and emkay through fundsindia. Fundsindia have been talking of including BSE listed shares on their platform for almost 6 months now, but no signs of it happening. If it does, then it will be a good platform.
Am thinking of switching to HDFC Securities myself… The fat finger fiasco which happened few days ago with Emkay has already given me a scare…. I have trading accounts with HSBC as I also bank with them thereby having some degree of control over my excess funds and Edelweiss. I find 2 brokerage accounts very helpful when rolling over derivatives trades. As Rudra mentioned, Edelweiss gives you full access to their institutional research platform and has a very robust trading interface for equities, MFSS, derivatives, FX and commodities.
It also has enough basic features for technical analysis that do the job and I would seriously recommend them for someone who has multiple asset class exposure. They charge me 20 and 12 bps respectively, ex DP charges. I would consider them to be like cyclicals as well and good times may be coming. Edelweiss looks to have a very neat and powerful brokerage platform. Not sure what their reach is. I trade with Religare and I find the service, interface is good but brokerage is high.
I end up paying around 0. There is a AMC cost also. How does compare to what you pay as brokerage? I have recently since around months started trading with sasonline.
This is across all segments, i. I have not availed it, but there is also a Rs. I was earlier dealing with HDFC securities 0. You can also call and trade, but I think the charges for this are higher.
I have never done this. Payin is through the Atom Payment Platform Rs. They also automatically take the shares in your demat account, and provide you collateral for margin trades, if this is interesting for you. I checked HDFC sec it is showing 0. You mentioned only 0.
I spoke with SAS people and it is definitely cheaper than Religare. They scheduled a demo and lets see how it goes. Thanks for the heads up. You are right, the card rate for HDFC securities is higher. But it is negotiable. With Sasonline, you can specify any existing depository of yours for your demat account. You can also open a demat account with them. But to sell shares in your existing demat account, you need to senda request to your DP transferring the shares to your client beneficiary account as SAS.
Basket and ordinary orders before market hours are available only in the desktop version, and yeah, it would be nice to have a GTC facility, but that is not available. There is another online brokerage, Zerodha, which gets good reviews. I have not tried them, they charge 20 Rs. Maybe you can overcome some of these issues with them.
Can I sell today and transfer the shares tomorrow? How to negotiate a better rate? They too charge 0. Shares which you purchase on sasonline, can be sold through sasonline seamlessly.
It is only shares lying currently in your DP that you need to go through the transfer process. I had an account with them, with a RM assigned, so it was easier. Even Kotak offers a 3-in-1 account, and even they negotiated down to 0. I also did this through my RM. Ultimately, I switched from both, because SAS was way cheaper, and the software more powerful.
No way they are willing to negotiate on brokerage. Will try going to branch and speaking. Another thing is Religare 0. SASonline asks to have balance in account before trading, right. Need to understand more as to how they link up demat and bank acc.
Should I go for it? I like the GTC feature, good interface, free phone trading, etc. I was put off by maintaining minimum balance. Do I need to have funds in my bank account before placing order? Also I spoke with Geojit. They agreed for 0. Not sure if I can trust them. I have accounts with icicidirect, smc and prabhudas liladhar. Most satisfied with services and brokerage rates and honesty of PL people. RJ Raja Janakiraman Hi, I trade with Religare and I find the service, interface is good but brokerage is high.
Dear Ashwin I have recently since around months started trading with sasonline. So far, their customer service has also been excellent.
I would recommend them. Glad to be of help. Please tell me know. The http based platform is also decent. ValuePickr Research Resources Basics.