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Luke 5:31, 32 And Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a physician; but they that are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.

31 Jan 2017

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Hi Friends,  Is it a good strategy to pick Small Cap shares for investment?

You may be thinking about to invest in small cap companies.  Though they are rarely on the top of investors’ priority list they can give very good returns, provided  they are chosen with care.  The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) small-cap index fell over 20%.  However the benchmark, the BSE Sensex, rose 0.15%.  While small cap stocks can give big gains, the losses , too, can be huge.  Small-cap stocks are not tracked closely by market analysts and that is why the real value of good small cap stocks can remain undiscovered for long.  This makes investing in them risky.  But the rewards of finding a hidden gem are huge too, for such a stock may become a mid cap or even a large cap stock over time, giving superlative returns.  Twenty (20) percent is the fall in the Bombay Stock Exchange Small cap index.  However, select small-cap stocks have given stellar returns. “ Small cap stocks are like trees that have just been planted.  Obviously, they will take a few years to grow and blossom.

30 Jan 2017






Hi  Dear Friends,   Why Invest in Shares?

Studies have proved , time and again, that shares (or equities) are one of the best long-term investments in the financial market place.  They tend to outperform government bonds, corporate bonds, property and many other types of asset including Bank deposits.  Share prices can go down as well as  up so buying shares is not without risk, but over the long term, they can generate good returns.  If you want to double your money in a year, for example, buying shares is not the best way to do it.  But if you want to invest for 5 to 20 years, shares may be a rewarding investment.  Shares are designed to provide investors with two types of return, annual income and long-term capital growth.  Most shares offer income in the form of dividends, which are typically paid every year.  

Dividends can be seen as a reward for shareholders.  They are paid when a company is profitable and has cash in the bank after it has satisfied all its obligations.  In most cases , the more profitable a company is, the higher the dividend payments.  If a company is making substantial amounts of money and making significant dividend payments, it is usually considered a good investment so the share price rises.  Investors may buy shares specifically for income.  Many companies generate substantial amounts of cash every year.  They may use some of that money for general corporate purposes, such as paying rent and wage bills, and they may use some o the money to invest in equipment, research and development.  But a proportion of that money may be paid to investors as a dividend.  As dividends are usually paid out , they can provide investors with a regular income.  

Companies that pay generous dividends are known as income stocks.  Some companies have heavy investment programmes so they plough their profits back  into the business.  These companies are often at an early stage of their development and they are keen to expand and grow.  They are known as growth businesses and , if their plans succeed, their share price will increase substantially.  Long term capital growth comes about when a share price increases over a period of time, we may expect Bonus Share, special dividends etc. as the company grow substantially. 

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Good Luck .                                                                See You Later.  

29 Jan 2017

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Hi Friends,  Penny Stocks/Micro Cap Stocks are those which trade at very low prices and has a low market capitalization.  Penny stocks generally trade at Rs. 0.05 to Rs.10 per share.  Its share price is usually fluctuating hence the investors may lose money.  Therefore investors should know the following things before trading or investing in penny stocks. 

1.       Take care the value of shares instead of share price.   Now a days penny stocks are available in very low price.  Some media may also recommend these shares for investment as to fulfill their interest.  Share price would tempt investors to buy such stocks.  For example, Reliance stock price per share is Rs.834/-,  but a penny stock Agro Duch Food is Rs.3/-.  If you have Rs.10,000/- to invest, you would get only 12 Reliance shares, while on the other hand you would get  3333 shares of Agro Duch Food.  Here not think how many shares you are getting but think about what value these stocks offer.  So always research about the value of such shares you invest.

2.      Low trading volumes/Low liquidity.   Take an example Agro Duch Food, price Rs.3/- volume 15,000 on 28.09.2015.  If you want to sell and come out is very difficult in these shares.  But in Index shares, within seconds you can sell your holdings as this counter gives very high volumes.  In the above Agro Duch Food counter the amount traded is only Rs.47,100/-.  Such stocks have less liquidity as it would depend on demand from buyers.

3.       Insider Trading.   As per SEBI rules insider trading is prohibited, even then, since the penny stocks have low volumes, share price of such stocks can be easily manipulated by market participants, vested interested brokers or promoters of the company.  If a penny stock price is reaching upper circuit everyday without any news about the company, it is clear indication that someone is manipulating the share price.  So beware it,  and study the fundamentals of the company and if the fundamentals show growth then only you go for that share.  Otherwise  No.

28 Jan 2017

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Hi Friends,  Most viewers seem to have some confusion about whether bonus issue and stock splits are the same or not.  They may appear to be the same especially in the eyes of a person not well-versed in finance.  But they are, in fact, two different things.  I explain it in detail.  Simply put – A bonus is a free additional share.  A stock split is the same share split into two.  Usually companies accumulate it’s earnings in reserve funds instead of paying it to share-holders in form of dividend.  This accumulated reserve fund is then converted into share-capital and allotted to share-holders as bonus shares in proportion to their existing holding.  So share-capital of the company increases with a concomitant decrease in its Reserve profits.  Share-holders get bonus shares in compensation of dividend.  But when a share is split, say, from Rs.10 denomination to  Re.1 denomination, there would neither be an increase in the share capital nor a concomitant decrease in the reserves of the company.  This is because while in a bonus issue a person having one share of Rs.10 face value would get another share of the same face value should the company go for a 1:1 bonus what would happen in a stock split is his one Rs.10 share would now be converted into ten Re 1 shares.

27 Jan 2017

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Hi Friends,    There are some Golden rules which need to be followed by specially by new traders (beginners), as until unless you spent some time and gain experience about market never ever try to implement any new strategy and do not try to make money by over night.  When ever you are planning to start investment in share market (never ever think about how traders are making money) just keep patience and start from investment by buying shares.

Do not try to understand what are derivatives, how much exposure given by your  broker , because it will create Greediness in you to become rich in quick period of time and will divert your minds from the core objective of learning.  Always start share investment from your own money, (that must be your surplus), then trade with in your margin only and should be stick with a category scripts at initial days and avoid high  bets stocks.  Learn to book partial profit or to use stop loss at right level.  Then only you will get succeed.  Never run behind the news trading as it might affect for some days and again the price will bounce back.  Do not trade in derivatives and options until unless you earn some money in equity investment.  Whenever you make some profit either withdraw or reinvest that money to buy some a category scripts like SBI, TCS, or Maruti etc.

26 Jan 2017

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STOCK MARKET-- SHARE TIPS - Stocks to look out for on January 27

The stocks which could see a significant movement on either side on January 27 are Exide Industries, IDFC Bank, Avanti Feeds, ITC, SPARC, India Cement, Wipro, Mphasis and infrastructure stocks.
a) Exide Industries and IDFC Bank: The stocks of battery maker and private sector lender will be reacting to their Q3 numbers on Friday.
b) Avanti Feeds, ITC, SPARC and India Cement: All eyes would be on these companies as they would be reporting its Q3 earnings on Friday, January 27, 2017.
c) Wipro: The company has informed the BSE in an exchange filing that it has acquired Info Server, a specialised IT services provider for banking, financial services and insurance sector in Brazil for a consideration of USD 8.7 million.
d) Mphasis: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the board will consider the equity buyback proposal on January 31, 2017.

25 Jan 2017

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Hi friends, though we primarily advocate long term and buy and hold investment strategies, this does not mean that shares should never be sold. Change is the law of life. There is no share which can be bought and forgotten forever. What was a good buy last year may be a better sell a few years hence. Therefore, selling decisions cannot be avoided altogether. The long term or buy and hold investor can postpone and restrict selling decisions in his overall investment strategy, but he cannot eliminate them completely.

Selling becomes necessary when you find that you have made mistake in your initial selection of the share. It enables you to rectify your mistake and cut short your losses. Your investment portfolio needs to be periodically reviewed and constituted by selling shares which have outlived their usefulness and have no further growth possibilities. Apart from enabling you to get rid of such dead wood, selling will provide you with an opportunity to adjust your portfolio to changed economic conditions, switch over from slow-moving shares to fast moving shares, and from sunset industries to the newer, faster growth sunrise industries

24 Jan 2017




STOCK MARKET-- Stock Recommendations for January 2017 by Angel broking

Recent aggressive rate cut by the industry leader SBI has brought hopes of revival in credit growth of banks. The rural side of the economy is also expected to see recovery post the new measures announced by the government. In the last two years, deposit rates have fallen by 200bps. In such an environment, fixed deposits continue to lose attractiveness indicating that equities will attract strong inflows in near term for higher returns. We remain positive on the markets due to the current favorable dynamics. On this backdrop, we are positive on stocks such as L&T, Powergrid Corporation, KEI Industries on the back of government spending and lower interest rates. We also maintain positive stance on Infosys and HCL Tech (IT sector) and Lupin and Alkem (Pharma sector) given their strong fundamentals and lower valuations. In view of lower interest rates and new government measures, the correction in the consumption stocks should be used to accumulate quality companies

23 Jan 2017





MONEY MARKET-- IMF Echoes Urjit Patel's Advice, Asks India To Control Government Debt

The fears of India deviating from its target of reducing public debt come at a time when India's GDP expansion is expected to slow down due to demonetisation.

The IMF expects India's growth rate to fall to 6.6% for 2016-17, from its previous estimate of 7.6%.
Echoing Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel's views, the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday advised India to continue its focus on reducing public debt levels in the medium term.

"Countries with higher public debt levels, like India, should continue to implement their medium-term plans to reduce debt and deficits. Japan and Malaysia should develop plans in these areas," IMF Deputy Managing Director Zhang Tao said in his address at the Asian Financial Forum, Hong Kong.