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29 Apr 2017

QUOTES-- Ambition Quotes From famous authors.


Hi Friends,  Stock Markets are basically irrational.  They are driven by almost everything except reason and logic, or rather, reason and logic are overshadowed by hopes, fears, greed, ambition, fads, hot tips, rumours, superstition, ignorance, fanciful projections, news headlines and numerous other irrational causes which are impossible to identify and list.  It is difficult to see how a rational investment policy can possibly succeed in such an irrational environment.  But surprisingly , it does.  In the long run rationality does pay.   The investor who can keep his head, while everyone around him is losing his, does succeed in the stock market.

The two strongest emotions operating in the stock market are greed and fear.  Greed is the dominant emotion in a booming market.  It makes individuals grasp and grab when they buy shares.  There is often a mad scramble to get on to  the stock market bandwagon during a boom. Share prices skyrocket to levels which lose all touch with reality.  On the other hand, fear takes over in a falling market.  Share prices nosedive and panic selling starts as investors and speculators scramble to get out before the prices fall further.  It is greed and fear that lead to excesses of over valuation and under valuation of shares in the stock market.  The rational investor takes advantage of these market over-reactions to make profits.  He buys when the shares are under priced and sells when they are overpriced.  The more irrational the market, the greater the opportunities for the rational investor to make big profits.  An irrational market provides rich money-making opportunities for the cool, objective, rational investor.  In short, an irrational market is a rational investor’s dream come true.

Good Luck.                                                        See You Later.

28 Apr 2017

QUOTES--Awesome Friendship Quotes from well known persons.




Hi Friends, Please read the following frequently asked answers.

1.       EBITDA                    : Earning Before Interest Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization.                                            It means: Gross Profit
                                         Minus Operating Expenses.

2.       EBIT                          : Earning Before Interest and Tax.

3.       EAT                           : Earnings After Tax

4.       CAGR                       : Compound Annual Growth Rate

5.     Balance Sheet        : A financial statement showing a Company’s assets, liabilities,                                            and  shareholders’                 
                                       Equity at a given rate.

6.    Bear Market          : A Stock Market where the majority of investors are selling (bears),                                      which causes a
                                     Prolonged decline in equity price, the opposite of bull market.

7.   Book Value          : The value recorded on the balance sheet at which the assets                                           would be valued at if the
                                  Company were liquidated.
     Bullion                   : Metal such as gold , that is formed into bars

9   Call Option            : The right to buy a specific number of shares at a specific price by                                     a fixed date.  The
                                    Buyer pays a premium for the right.

26 Apr 2017

SHARE MARKET-- Top 35 Equity Trading & Dealer Interview Questions with Answers

1)      Explain what is “Over the Counter Market”?
Over the counter market is a decentralized market, which does not have a physical location, where market traders or participants trade with one another through various communication modes such as telephone, e-mail and proprietary electronic trading systems.
2)      Mention what are levels of traders?
·          Senior Trader
·          Intermediate Trader
·          Junior Trader
3)      Explain what do you mean by private equity transactions?
When private equity firms make investments in particular target companies, it is referred as private equity transaction.  A target company is an enterprise that has potential to perform in the short period of time.
4)      Explain what are two types of orders issuers may issues in equity trading?
The two basic types of orders issuer’s issues in equity trading are
·          Buy Orders
·          Sell Orders
5)      Explain what is equity funding?
Insurance policy paid for by a mutual fund is referred as equity funding.  The value of the mutual fund shares pay the premiums of the insurance policy, enabling individual investors to have a benefit of a traditional mutual fund investment

25 Apr 2017

STOCK MARKET-- 9 Common Questions about the Stock Market Answered

Is You Wondering what the stock market is or how it works?
Have you ever seen images of people screaming into three phones in front of a screen filled with numbers and wondered what they were doing?
The good news is that you can increase your financial awareness about what the stock market is.
Here are 9 fundamental questions about the stock market
#1: What is the stock market?
The term stock market  is used across old and new media and often  conjures up the image of a type of financial casino. But the stock market is much more than that. It’s a powerful tool for low risk wealth creation.
By thinking about the stock market as a place for wealth creation you can focus on investment strategies that will make this a reality.

QUOTES--Well known quotes from great Jimi Hendrix .




24 Apr 2017

SHARE MARKET-- 10 Questions about Investing in Stocks That Every Beginner Asks.

Curious about investing in the stock market but still confused by its strange terms and conflicting headlines and advice? Here's the straight talk on 10 common questions novice investors usually ask.

1. Is there factual evidence that I'll make money buying stocks? 

According to Standard & Poor's data, total annualized return of stocks from 1926 through 2013 was 9.9%. With the potential for those returns, however, comes greater risk. Despite all the expert advice you'll no doubt come across when researching specific stocks, there are no guarantees as to how a stock will perform; the broader market is impacted by so many forces that are uncontrollable and unpredictable -- including consumer emotion, political events, and natural disasters. That said, long-term historical market performance data demonstrates the potential benefit of investing in stocks. This is particularly true for long-term investors who can minimize their exposure to market volatility and avoid buying based on emotion and reacting to market downturns in a panic.

23 Apr 2017


Dear friends,
                    Below mentioned 5 shares are technically and fundamentally strong shares to invest. Those who are interested consult with your adviser and take a decision.These shares are recommended by analytical firms.

Thanking you,                             see you later.

QUOTES-- Beautiful Christian messages of good morning

Believing in God makes us feel protected by a divine force. If before leaving home to go to work or school, you pray to God, you will be lucky and your spirit will feel peaceful. Share with your friends how great it is to have God in our lives with a Christian message.
Do you want to greet your loved ones this morning with a message that get them closer to the Creator? In this section we will show you a list of Christian messages for wishing pretty good mornings. Send them as SMS or post them on facebook or twitter to all your friends got blessed.
 “God has given us a beautiful day to enjoy with people who are important part of our life, taking every second to express to them your love and also wish them a good morning”
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