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and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

27 Jul 2015


 The main objective of investment are maximizing the return and minimizing the risk. An investor should make investment in diversified portfolio. Don’t put your money in one single share, instead you select some growth oriented industry then select one share minimum from each industry For e.g. You select industries like Banks, Pharma ,FMCG, Auto ancillaries, Media  and entertainment etc.

Banks- Recommended shares are Axis Bank, HDFC Bank City  union Bank State bank of India Federal Bank and Dcb Bank

 Media & entertainment- share to be considered- Zee entertainment and Entertainment net work of India,

Pharma- recommended shares are Cipla, Natco Pharma, Aurobindo Pharma, Sun Pharma, Markson Pharma, Indoco remedies,.

FMCG- Goderage consumer products, ITC, Hindustan liver.

Auto ancillaries- Munjal showa

. Fresh investors have to wait for correction in the stock market for purchase or otherwise you select shares from the above group( at least five ) and start investing Rupees 1000-2000 every month in those selected shares by purchasing 10 or 20 shares each in every month just like SIP in MF. It benefits that your price of shares will be averaged. This investment will be continued for 3 to 4 years. Except those mentioned above, there are other group of industries like Hotels, Irrigation, Fertilizer, Cement,Power,Building and road Infrastructure, distribution of electricity etc.

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