SAS Online FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

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Incorporated in 1995, SAS Online is an online discount brokerage firm offering brokerage services for stocks, future and options, currency and commodities at NSE, BSE and MCX exchanges. SAS Online started offering its discount brokerage services since 2013. As of Aug 2019, they have 30000+ clients spread across 750+ cities of India. They are doi... Know more about South Asian Stocks Ltd

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  1. What is AMC for SAS Online?

    SAS Online charges Rs 0 Annual Maintenance Charge (AMC) for a trading account and Rs 200 for a Demat account. AMC is charged to maintain the accounts.

  2. How much SAS Online charge for delivery?

    SAS Online charge Rs 0 for equity delivery trade. These trades are also known as cash & carry trades or CNC.

  3. How much SAS Online charge for intraday?

    SAS Online charge Rs 0 for intra-day trades. These orders are also known as Margin Intraday Square-up or MIS orders. All open intraday orders are auto squared-off at the end of the day. Extra leverage is offered for these trades.

  4. How much SAS Online charge for futures?

    SAS Online charge Rs 0 for equity, currency and commodity futures trading.

  5. How much SAS Online charge for options?

    SAS Online charges Rs 0 for equity, currency and commodity options trading. Options are highly leveraged derivative products. Options trading is used in many ways including hedging or to reduce the risk exposure of the portfolio.

  6. How much SAS Online charge for commodity?

    SAS Online brokerage charges for commodity futures is NA and commodity options is NA. Commodities futures are agreements to buy or sell raw material (food, energy or metal) at a specific date in the future at a particular price. Commodity options contracts are the right to buy (call option) or sell (put option) underlying commodity futures at predetermined prices on the date of contract expiry.

  7. How much SAS Online charge for currency trading?

    SAS Online charge NA for currency futures trading and NA for currency options trading.

  8. What are transaction charges in SAS Online?

    Transaction Charges (or Exchange Turnover Charges) is a fee charged by the stock exchanges for trades done through them. Most brokers include clearing charges to it. These charges can be seen in the contract note.

    SAS Online Transaction Charges 2021
    SegmentTransaction Fee
    Equity Delivery0.00325% (Rs 325/crore)
    Equity Intraday0.00325% (Rs 325/crore)
    Equity Futures0.0022% (Rs 220/crore)
    Equity Options0.055% (Rs 5500/crore) on premium
    Currency Futures0.0012% (Rs 120/crore)
    Currency Options0.045% (Rs 4500/crore) on premium
    CommodityNon-Agri: 0.0036% (Rs 360/crore)
  9. Can I apply for an IPO through SAS Online?

    No. SAS Online doesn't offer online IPO applications to its customers. You could still invest in IPO using net-banking of the bank you have a bank account with.

  10. Does SAS Online offers Mutual Funds?

    No. SAS Online doesn't offer Mutual Funds investment. You could buy Mutual Funds directly from Asset Management Companies (AMC) i.e. ICICI Prudential, HDFC, Aditya Birla Sun Life.

  11. Do SAS Online provide margin funds?

    Yes. SAS Online provide margin funding.

  12. Does SAS Online provide trading tips or investment strategies?

    No. SAS Online doesn't provide trading tips for stock and commodity trading to its customers.

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Information on this page was last updated on Saturday, June 6, 2020


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