Lord Jesus Christ Says...

For what shall it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his soul? Jesus Christ

4 Mar 2017

QUOTES-- Forgiveness Quotes from well known persons.


STOCK MARKET-- PE ratio: How it helps buy great stocks

Have you ever experienced the following scenario: you buy 1 kg of apples at Rs 100 per kg, only to find out they were available at Rs 80 per kg just a few feet away? Aren't you disappointed at having to pay more for the same quality of apples?
The same also applies to stocks.
If you buy a share of company 'A' for Rs 100 and later on find out that the share of company 'B', with better earning prospects, is available for Rs 60, it is bound to disappoint you.
So how do you find quality bargains? How can you decide if the current stock prices make sense? Does the price justify the earning prospects of the company?
The answer to these questions is: Price-Earning (PE) ratio.
Introduction to PE ratio: PE ratio is one of the most widely used tools for stock selection. It is calculated by dividing the current market price of the stock by its earning per share (EPS). It shows the sum of money you are ready to pay for each rupee worth of the earnings of the company.
PE = Market price / EPS

3 Mar 2017


Dear God, Thank you for your amazing power and work in our lives, thank you for your goodness and for your blessings over us. Thank you for your great love and care. Thank you for your sacrifice so that we might have freedom and life. Forgive us for when we don't thank you enough, for who you are, for all that you do, for all that you've given. Help us to set our eyes and our hearts on you afresh. Renew our spirits, fill us with your peace and joy. We love you and we need you, this day and every day. We give you praise and thanks, for You alone are worthy! In Jesus' Name,


1. I’m going to stand outside. So if anyone asks, I am outstanding.
– Unknown
2. Friendship is like peeing on yourself: everyone can see it, but only you get the warm feeling that it brings.
– Unknown
3. I was standing in the park wondering why frisbees got bigger as they get closer. Then it hit me.
– Unknown
4. If you say you’re cooler than me…
Does that make me hotter than you?
– Unknown

MONEY MARKET-- Rs. 150 Bank Charge on Cash Transactions Explained In 10 Points

Savings and salary account customers of HDFC Bank will now have four free cash transactions (which include both cash deposit and withdrawal) per month.
India's leading private sector lender HDFC Bank has raised charges on cash transactions at bank branches, effective from March 1. An HDFC Bank official said that the charges on cash transactions at branches are being raised with an objective to promote digital payments.

Here are 10 things to know:

1) Savings and salary account customers of HDFC Bank will now have four free cash transactions (which include both cash deposit and withdrawal) per month over the counter at bank branches. From the fifth transaction onwards, the customers will have to pay a minimum of Rs. 150 per transaction (plus taxes and cess).

2 Mar 2017

QUOTES--Well known Quotes from Famous Booker T. Washington.





Hi Friends read my investment mantras,   in my blog I have narrated more than 400 articles relates to share market and investment.  My website viewed more than 2, 00,000 individuals from all around the world.  I stared the site since 14.06.2015.  Most of the comments received from clients are appreciating the way of writing and the contents.  From the request from viewers today I am writing my investment mantras in share trading.
I do not believe in short term investment instead I am keeping my portfolio minimum for 3 years and above.  I brief below my mantras for investing shares.
a.       Don’t look multibaggers.  Simply do home work well and find out a well organized company with good growth potential.  One day this company become a multibagger in future time.

1 Mar 2017

QUOTES-- Death Quotes from famous authors.


SHARE MARKET-- How to study the company before investing?( all in a nut shell)

What is Fundamental Analysis
Invest in Good Company
Current Valuations of the Shares
Future Earnings Growth
Debit status of the Company
Company’s Announcements
What is Fundamental analysis?
Fundamental analysis is basically done for long term and mid term investment which is also called as delivery based investment or trading.
The main important aim behind is to study and understand the company in which you are planning to invest your hard earned money and get excellent returns.

Generally hard core fundamental analysis is very and is out of the scope of this website, but if you are interested to learn then please contact us and we will provide you appropriate resources to study the same.

How to analyze the fundamentals of the company?

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: