Zerodha Margin Calculator tool allows the discount broker’s clients to find out the funds they need to maintain in their trading accounts. Zerodha offers services in different segments like Intraday, Delivery, F&O, Currency, and Commodity and this calculator lets you find out the exposure provided by Zerodha in all these segments.
Scroll further down the Zerodha margin details page to get a comparative view of the leverage offered across the different segments.
New rules starting 1 July 2018:
SEBI now requires brokers to maintain SPAN + Exposure margin in investors’ accounts for overnight positions. Accordingly, Zerodha has adjusted its margin requirements for all the FNO orders. These rules impact all the following:
- FNO NRML – Carry forward position
- FNO MIS – Margin Intraday Square Off positions. These orders allow additional margin and are valid from 10 am to 3:15 pm.
- FNO CO/BO – Intraday Cover Order (CO) and Bracket Order (BO)
Zerodha Exposure Calculator / Zerodha Leverage Calculator
Below table provides a decent indication of Margin or Exposure provided by Zerodha for all segments.
|Zerodha Exposure / Leverage|
|Equity Intraday (MIS)||3x|
|Equity Covered Order (CO)/Bracket Order (BO)||4x – 15x|
|Equity F&O||1x – 9x|
|Equity F&O MIS||3x – 25x|
|Equity F&O CO/BO||10x – 30x|
|Currency Futures||Upto 5x|
|Currency Options||Upto 8x|
The objective behind Zerodha margin calculator is to help our readers and investors get a quick overview of the leverage offered by the discount broker. While we keep updating this page regularly, investors should understand this page is for information purpose only. In order to limit their downside, brokers keep revising leverages offered. Several times, leverages are required to be brought down by SEBI. For most up to date information, investors should contact the broker.
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