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What is the difference between per trade and per executed order brokerage?

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Both are the same. Flat fee discount stock uses these terms to tell the brokerage fee. The more accurate term among these is 'per executed order'.

Example:

5paisa, the discount stock broker charge flat Rs 10 per executed order brokerage fees.

  1. If you place a limit order to buy 100 shares of Wipro, there are 3 possible scenarios:
    • You get all 100 shares
    • You get 80 shares only
    • You get 0 shares

    In case 1 and 2; you pay flat Rs 10 brokerage. Irrespective of how many parts these trades took place, you pay one simple flat Rs 10 brokerage on this transaction at the end of the day.

  2. You placed an order to buy 100 Wipro and 100 Infosys shares. These are considered 2 different orders and if executed successfully, you pay Rs 10 for each trade (total Rs 20 brokerage).
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3 Comments

3. amit shah  Jul 19, 2021 11:46:15 AM I Like It. | Report Abuse Reply
Upstox is doing same excution in parts and 20 rs on every execution
3.1. Team Chittorgarh.com  Jul 19, 2021 11:50:28 AM I Like It. | Report Abuse
Dear Mr Amit,

Upstox charge Rs 20 per executed order. That means even if 1 order is executed in 100 parts, the brokerage fee remains Rs 20 for the entire order.

The same is applicable for all flat rate discount brokers including Zerodha, 5paisa, Angel etc.
2. Shitesh  Jul 4, 2020 10:17:05 AM I Like It. | Report Abuse Reply
Yes exactly they are doing like this... my 100 lots order got executed in 10 times and they charges 9* 10 = 90. Can anyone clarify is it genuine or fraud??
1. Sushant  May 2, 2020 2:19:45 PM I Like It. | Report Abuse Reply
Wisdom capital calculate per trade brokerage..for e.g.
We place order of buy 10 lot of nifty in single order and suppose unfortunately that executed 1 by 1 in trade ..then the calculate 10 trades and multiply brokerage by 10..that become 9*10 = 90 for that order.
Fake broker and wrong commitment