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21-Aug-2018
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21-Oct-2018
Market capitalization:- is the aggregate valuation of the company based on its current share price and the total number of outstanding stocks. It is calculated by multiplying the current market price of the company's share with the total outstanding shares of the company. Market capitalization is one of the most important characteristics that helps the investor determine the returns and the risk in the share. It also helps the investors choose the stock that can meet their risk and diversification criterion. For instance, a company has 2Cr.  outstanding shares and the current market price of each share is Rs100. Market capitalization of this company will be 200,00,000 x 100=Rs 200 crore. What are the new definitions for Large Cap, Mid Cap and Small Cap by SEBI Ø  Large Cap: 1st to 100th  company in terms of full market capitalization Ø  Mid Cap   : 101st  to 250th  company in terms of full market capitalization Ø  Small Cap: 251st company onwardsin terms of full market capitalization. Read More...
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21-Oct-2018
very good explanation sir Read More...
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11-Nov-2018
Price to Book Ratio: It is a financial valuation tool used to evaluate whether the stock a company is over or undervalued by comparing the price of all outstanding shares with the net assets of the company. In other words, it’s a calculation that measures the difference between the book value and the total share price of the company. This comparison demonstrates the difference between the market value and book value of a company. The market value equals the current stock price of all outstanding shares. This is the price that the market thinks the company is worth. The book value, on the other hand, comes from the balance sheet. It equals the net assets of the company. The market price per share is simply the current stock price that the company is being traded at on the open market. The book value per share is a little more complicated. We first subtract the total liabilities from the total assets and divide the difference by the total number of shares outstanding on that date. Read More...
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11-Nov-2018
my guess the P/B ratio should be 1 ideally. if less than 1 its undervalued and over valued if greater than 1 So buy < 1 and sell > 1 pls let me know if I am correct Read More...
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12-Nov-2018
suggest some similar stocks for 2025 ..suggest penny stocks for long term or good potential companies .. Read More...
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13-Nov-2018
The following have the capability of providing good returns: Usha Martin DCB Bank, Ashok Leyland, Bandhan Bank, Jamna Automobiles, L&T Finance, Edelweiss. Read More...
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10-Nov-2018
How to define stop loss for long term investment stocks? For eg Yes bank went down to 175 and again reached 225. @InvestSmart Read More...
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10-Nov-2018
There is no need to put a stop loss on stocks which you are buying as a long term investment. If you are buying for short or medium term you should probably put a stop loss according to your loss bearing capacity, because market cannot be correctly predicted, even some high market cap companies can witness lose in share value in short term, but it will surely rise in long term. My advice, invest a fixed amount of money every month in different different companies, do not put a stop loss or target limit, just invest and forget about it, don’t even monitor it closely, just take a peak once in a month. Now, how to choose good companies, just invest companies listed in Nifty 50. Nifty 50 comprises of all well established companies, your money will be at low risk and you can expect a good returns in few years. Read More...
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27-Sep-2018
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10-Nov-2018
An article published on moneycontrol I truly believe that investing and finance is not as complicated as it is made out to be. Last week, I chanced upon meeting an old client of mine, who worked with the army. He told me that he started investing in mutual funds with a sum of Rs 5,000, way back in 1997(back then the industry was still in its nascent stage). As time progressed, he spread out his investments into some blue-chip stocks but never did the investment amount exceed more than Rs 20,000 a month. He retired a few months back, with a neat corpus of Rs 3 crore; the wealth he solely created by investing in mutual funds and some equity stocks.Mind you, the gentleman was no stock market wizard – just a diligent investor, who regularly placed a part of his corpus in investment instruments and saw his returns gradually grow with time. He, as Rolf Dobelli put it, did not base actions on the outcome but based his decisions on the fact that money invested smartly will multiply with time. Read More...
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05-Oct-2018
frnds cmnt on below stocks and give some suggestions Read More...
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06-Oct-2018
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21-Dec-2018
I want to invest around 10k in stocks for long term and high yield. Please suggest me best picks... #StockMarket #smallcase #stock_is_better Read More...
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