6 Best Demat Account For New Small Investors

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Demat account is a must for an individual who is planning to buy and sell shares and can be used to hold shares in the electronic form. 

New investors who wish to start trading should be smart in choosing a demat account or else he has to end-up paying a high fee and charges for each transaction. Different charges are applicable for opening and maintaining a demat account. 

Say, for example, new investors can be interested in opening an account with low brokerage broking firm, firms offering zero account opening charges, or one with low Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC).

Individuals, while choosing a Demat account should check firms with good customer support along with other charges.

Here are 6 best Demat account for new small investors:

Zerodha

Zerodha was one of the first brokerages in the country to start discount broking in the country. The company is now scaling high with its new technology.

Zerodha is amongst the fastest growing, top volume contributors with an average daily trading turnover of over Rs 10,000 crores. The company now offers traders and investors in equities to open demat account instantaneously with their Aadhaar.

The brokerage firm charges a flat fee of Rs 20 per transaction. Intraday and equity futures attract a fee of 0.01% or Rs. 20/ trading transaction whichever is lower

  • Equity delivery transactions are offered free.
  • Demat account opening charges are Rs 100. 
  • Demat account Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC)  are Rs 300 per year.

 

Upstox

Upstox previously known by RKSV is backed by world-class investors and has now become one of the largest low-cost brokerage firms in India with thousands of customers across the country.

Upstox charges a brokerage of just Rs 20 for intraday, F&O, commodity and currencies for each executed trade irrespective of the volume. Stock investments are for free i.e. no brokerage is charged.

  • Demat account opening charges - Nil
  • Demat account Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC) -Rs. 150

Angel Broking

Angel Broking is one of the leading stock broking and wealth management firms in India with a presence in over 900 cities.

If you are new to stocks, you can consider this as there is free SMS advisory service.

  • Demat account opening charges - Nil
  •  Flat discount of 20% on brokerage for all online transactions
  •  Annual Maintenance Charges- Rs. 450 plus a onetime fee of Rs. 50 towards POA and Rs. 36  for KRA plus applicable service tax

Motilal Oswal

Motilal Oswal has a vast experience of 30 years in the field with seven lakh customers.

The company is a 4-time winner of Best Performing Equity Broker by UTI-CNBC TV18 National Financial Advisory Awards. 

  • Demat Account Opening Charges - Nil
  • Demat Account Annual Maintenance Charges - Rs. 441
  • Free Brokerage for first month (limited period offer)
  • For equity intra-day trading the brokerage charge - 0.03-0.015%
  • For equity delivery trading the brokerage charge - 0.25-0.18%

Company is currently offering a Limited period offer of upto Rs. 5000 cashback on brokerage charges.

Sharekhan

Sharekhan is one of the popular stock broking firm with an international presence through its branches in the UAE and Oman.

Individuals investors can get an idea of happening in the markets from Sharekhan fundamental research reports.

  • Demat account opening charges - Nil
  • Trading account opening charges - Rs 750
  • Demat Annual Maintenance Charges- Rs 400
  • For equity intra-day trading the brokerage charge - 0.1%
  • For equity delivery trading the brokerage charge - 0.5%

 

SAS Online

SAS Online offers lowest charges among discount brokers at Rs 9 per executed order or unlimited trading for Rs. 999 in a month. There are different plans available depending on the type of transactions.

Demat account opening fee: Nil

Account Annual Maintenance Fee: Rs. 200

 

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