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- Jesus answered, "The scripture says 'Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God'."

28 Feb 2017

QUOTES-- Imagination Quotes from well known authors.








The stocks which could witness significant movement on February 28 are ONGC/HPCL, DEN Networks, Transformers and Rectifiers (India), State Bank of India/Punjab National Bank/Bank of Baroda, Coal India.
ONGC/HPCL: ONGC may acquire HPCL in USD 6.6 billion deal. The share prices of these companies to remain in prime focus on Tuesday.
DEN Networks: DEN Networks has launched DEN TV+, OTT services for its subscribers. The share price of the company is to be watched out on Tuesday.
Transformers and Rectifiers (India): Transformers and Rectifiers (India) has won order worth Rs 153 crore from Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation (GETCO). The share price of the company will remain in focus on February 28.
State Bank of India/Punjab National Bank/Bank of Baroda: State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda will be watched out on Tuesday as public sector banks’ staff to go on strike on highlighting issues of NPAs.

Coal India: Coal India’s wholly-owned subsidiary South Eastern Coalfields has approved the buyback of 150443 fully paid equity shares of face value of Rs 1000 each.  The share price of the company will remain in limelight on February 28.

27 Feb 2017

QUOTES-- Dreams Quotes from well known persons.



SHARE MARKET-- How can I read a stock chart in five seconds? & read some clues to pick some good stocks to invest.

Let me show you what I mean regarding simple and introductory knowledge of technical analysis.. Quite often on those television shows and stock analysis magazines and websites, you’ll see complex graphs showing the ups and downs of a particular stock price or stock index. You’ll see something that looks sort of like this:

What’s pictured above is a screen capture from Yahoo! Finance’s chart of Google’s stock price over its history. It’s a nice little picture that shows it going steadily up until about the start of 2008, then dropping a little.
Stock pundits love these kinds of graphs. Not only do they look pretty cool, there’s a lot of data compressed in there. Even more important, many stock pundits believe that you can use this history to predict where the stock is going to go.
That predictive process is known as technical analysis, and people have debated for years over whether it actually works. Technical analysis basically says that you can look at patterns in the past behavior of a stock – combined with basic tenets of human behavior – and predict where the stock is going.
Here’s an example of one tenet of technical analysis (if you’re really interested, the Wikipedia article on technical analysis is a killer read). According to technicians, over short periods of time, a stock often has a “level of support” and a “level of resistance.” A “level of support” is a price that a stock simply can’t seem to drop below, while a “level of resistance” is a price that a stock simply can’t seem to break through. This will usually hold true for some period of time until an exceptional piece of information comes along pushing the stock over the resistance or under the support, at which point new lines form.
Here’s an example on the Google stock graph from above:

25 Feb 2017

QUOTES-- Equality Quotes from well known authors.



Hi Friends,   Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is known as stock guru  and warren buffet of India.  By profession Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is a qualified Chartered Accountant.  He started his investment in stock market when BSE Sensex was at 150 in 1985.  He started his investment with 5000 rupees and now his portfolio worth Rs.5119 Cr.  He manages his own portfolio as a partner in his asset management firm,  Rare Enterprises.  Jhunjhunwala’s portfolio of stocks is tracked religiously by many followers.
    Capital:  To make money you need money, this may not be true in many cases but in case of stock you need a lot of capital to become zero to hero or to become successful billionaire Investor.  But another big thing is capital can be made also.  This is what Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has done.  How he has gone with a starting capital of Rs.5000 to a net worth of a few thousand crore rupees is now the stuff of urban legend.  Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said in one of his interview  “I had no capital when I came to the markets, and no further gifts and no father-in-law gifts.  So I had to earn the capital to invest.  How do you invest if you don’t have the capital?”  And  I got the capital by doing future trading.  In 1985 when Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has started 5,000 rupees was said to be good capital  for investment today you at least required 2-3 lakh as initial capital to start investment in stock market.
 Knowledge:  In Today’s world for every business or  job you need relevant experience and skills.  Without knowledge and experience one cannot get good job or cannot establish good business.  Same is true in case of investment & stock market.    Rakesh Jhunjhunwala said  “Markets are about money, but markets are also about knowledge.  Markets are also about egos; markets are also about the satisfaction of having been proved right.  Especially , when that right is from an original thought and not from a guided source or following somebody.” You need to do lot of research, a lot of data gathering and a lot of knowledge accumulation before making investment in stock market.

24 Feb 2017

JOBS-- SBI PO Recruitment 2017 – 2313 Probationary Officers Vacancies

SBI PO Recruitment 2017 – 2313 Probationary Officers Vacancies
State Bank of India (SBI) has released a notification for the recruitment of 2313 Probationary Officers (POs) in State Bank of India. Candidates, who are willing to apply for these jobs, may check the eligibility criteria and apply online from 07-02-2017 to 06-03-2017.
More details about SBI Recruitment 2016 including number of vacancies, eligibility criteria, how to apply, selection procedure and important dates are given below:





The stocks which could witness a significant movement either side on February 27 are Mahindra CIE, Stovec, Merck, Sanofi India, Emami, ONGC and State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur.
a) Mahindra CIE and Stovec: Farm equipment major and textile printing company Stovec will be reacting to their respective Q3 numbers on Monday, February 27.
b) Merck and Sanofi India: All eyes would be on these two pharma major as they would be reporting there Q3 earnings on Monday, February 27, 2017.
c) Emami: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the company’s newly setup plant in Pacharia, Dolapathar, Kamrup, Assam has commenced from February 23, 2017.
d) ONGC: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the company’s board has approved development of five projects with an investment of Rs 7,327 crore.
e) State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the entire undertaking of State Bank Bikaner & Jaipur shall stand transferred to and vest in the State Bank of India from April 01, 2017 complying with the government's final approval for the merger.

23 Feb 2017






The stocks which could witness significant movement on either side on February 23 are Coffee Day, Stovec, Emco, Minda Industries, Bharti Airtel and Cosmo Ferrites.
a) Coffee Day Enterprises: The company has informed BSE that its step-down subsidiary "AlphaGrep Holding HK" has divested 40.50 per cent shares in its subsidiary, namely, Lighthouse Financial Technologies.
b) Stovec and Emco: All eyes would be on these companies as they would be reporting their Q3 earnings on Thursday, February 23, 2017.
c) Minda Industries: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the group has entered into a joint venture agreement with Katolec Corporation, Japan, for setting up electronic manufacturing services company.
d) Bharti Airtel: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the company has acquired strategic stake in FinTech start-up Seynse in an all-cash deal.

e) Cosmo Ferrites: The company has informed BSE in an exchange filing that the company has successfully commenced the production of LED lamps and lighting effects after completing phase I of the LED project from February 22, 2017 at its manufacturing unit located at Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

STOCK MARKET-- THE MARKET EXPERT Mr. Porinju Veliyath speak

Ace Investor Porinju Veliyath believes that the year 2017 will be a promising year for the stock market. The key theme of the year 2017 according to porinju will be infrastructure, goods and service tax (GST) & demonetization impact. The MD & Portfolio Manager of Equity Intelligence India Porinju Veliyath is bullish on the effect of cash ban. As per him, Nifty50 will see a reasonable level in the year 2017 and investor should by selected stocks on dips. In order to help investor Porinju Veliyath has recommended 10 potential mutlibagger stocks for 2017. These stocks were recommended by porinju during an interview with ET Now.
Porinju Veliyath Views for Stock Market 2017
Porinju Veliyath said that although most of the global brokerage firms have cut their target for benchmark equity indices, an investor should not take those numbers seriously.

22 Feb 2017

QUOTES-- Society Quotes from famous persons.


Many more Indians flock to MFs. This is an important reason why the Indian stock market did not crash as much as was anticipated with the strong outflow of foreign money in 2016.

The past three years have been phenomenal for the mutual fund (MF) sector. The equity segment, in particular, has seen almost unprecedented growth. Assets under management are now more than the Rs 5 lakh crore-mark; since the start of 2014, a little over 10 million accounts have been added in the equity category. After slipping to 29 million after the Lehman crisis, the investor base has steadily been rising over the past three years to 39.6 mn as of end-January 2017. 

Since May 2014, when the Narendra Modi government took charge, monthly net inflow in equity schemes have never turned negative, except on one occasion, in March 2016. That was mainly due to unexpectedly higher redemption by investors, though gross sales remained healthy, meaning fresh money continued to come in. Total net inflow (net of outflow) during this period has been a whopping Rs 2 lakh crore — over Rs 5,000 crore in average monthly inflow. 

Noteworthy is the burgeoning size of Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs). Last month, flow through SIPs crossed Rs 4,000 crore, huge on an annual basis.