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 Nov 2017


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.

3 Nov 2017


   Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Kozhikode.

As the name suggests, land and water have struck an extraordinary kinship at Thusharagiri (mist capped peaks). The plantation destination that abounds in rubber, arecanut, pepper, ginger and spices, is also a trekkers delight. Trekkers start early morning from the second waterfall on the hills and climb up through the pristine dense evergreen forests teeming with exotic birds and animals to reach Vythiri in Wayanad district by evening.
Nearest railway station: Kozhikode, about 50 km  
Nearest airport: Calicut International Airport, about 23 km from Kozhikode town
Nearest airport: Calicut International Airport, about 23 km from Kozhikode town
Lattitude:11.473022, Longitude: 76.052896

2 Nov 2017

QUOTES-- Selfish Quotes and Sayings about Selfishness

Some people just want things for themselves and are not fond of sharing while some people loves to just go and share all they have even when they are left with nothing at all. Here are some of the best selfish quotes for those selfish people who only want things for their own pleasure, for their own benefit.
Maybe you can show them how selfish they are through these words.
What are selfish people but ones who use the weakness of others for their own pleasure?
There are people who are so original that they become selfish and use those ideas for profit.
It is sad that most of the people who have great ideas are so selfish and uses them for benefit.
I would not be great to sacrifice too much of yourself as you will then be left with nothing.
No one would ever give all of themselves to you, no one will really care enough like that.
Nowadays, even love is selfish; there is so much selfishness that surrounds the planet we have.
Because selfish people only think of their own sake, the result of what they do is negative.
A great person is that who have let go of his selfishness and wants to help other people too.
Love is always beneficial to a person as well as compassion as long as selfishness is omitted.

Just because you care about yourself means you are selfish, it is by not caring of others that you become a selfish person that only cares for yourself and no one else.

1 Nov 2017


Hi Friends,   The Investors may follow the shares purchased by Good Mutual Fund Trust for their investment.  Because it is selected by the  professional analyst after take care of the growth and fundamentals of the company.  As we are all ordinary people , it is always difficult to select and purchase good shares  for investment.  One thing you have to note that mutual funds normally not selecting and holding small cap shares  as its liquidity is very poor.  As a client you have to go through other methods to select small cap shares.  Some of the holdings of major mutual funds are furnished below for your selection, buy and hold.  I shall publish a detailed post shortly.

Equity Shares held by some mutual funds are  HDFC Bank, SBI, HDFC, Tata Motors, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Maruthi Suzuki, Idea Cellular, TVS Motors, L & T, Pantaloon Fashion , NTPC, Reliance, M&M, Wipro, Infosys, Sadbhav Engineering,  Amar Raja Battery, PI Industry.

Good Luck.          See you later.

31 Oct 2017


             Tipu's Fort, Palakkad
The Tipu's Fort, also known as Palakkad Fort, stands in the heart of Palakkad town. Palakkad is a small town on the lower edges of the Sahyadri ranges of the Western Ghats, with patches of dense forests and crisscrossed with rivers.
One of the well preserved forts in south India, Tipu's Fort was constructed in 1766 AD and is today a protected monument under the Archaeological Survey of India. The sober majesty of the laterite walls of the fort reminds one of the old tales of valour and courage.
The fort was built by Hyder Ali (1717 - 1782), the emperor of Mysore province (now part of Karnataka State), supposedly to facilitate communication between both sides of the Western Ghats, (Coimbatore and the West Coast). He had captured the Malabar and Kochi regions which come under the West Coast area. His son Tipu Sultan (1750 - 1799) a warrior as well as a linguist was known as the 'Tiger of Mysore'. Tipu waged a series of wars against the British colonial rule.
In 1784, after an eleven-day seige, the fort was captured by the British under Colonel Fullerton. Though it later fell into the hands of the troops of the Kozhikode Zamorin, it was recaptured by the British in 1790. Tipu Sultan lost his life in 1799 in an encounter with the British and the fort later came to be known in his name.
Visiting hours: 0800 - 1800 hrs

Entrance is free.

Nearest railway station: Palakkad, about 5 km  

Nearest airport: Coimbatore about 55 km in Tamilnadu State; Cochin International Airport, about 140 km

29 Oct 2017


Hi friends, If you have a promising growth share in mind, and you are only looking for an opportune moment and price for buying it, then the best time to do so would be around the middle of its accounting year. Suppose a company’s accounting year ends on 31st December, then the best time to buy its shares would be around June. This is the time when most investors and stock market operators lose interest in the share. The enthusiasm aroused by the previous years working result wanes, dividends have been distributed and there is nothing to look forward to except the current years working results, which appear too distant to arouse much excitement. This is the best time for picking up the share at a relatively low price- it may even close to its lowest recorded price of the year.

Share price usually record a sharp rise just before an expansion project of a company goes into commercial production. If you are a buyer, then you should do your buying a month or so before this happens. On the other hand, if you are a seller you should sell a couple of months after the plant goes into commercial production so that you can take full advantage of that price rise.

 Companies often issue press-release about their expansion plans, diversification plans, plans to issue better-selling new products, rising order book position and proposals to issue bonus shares, right shares, and right convert able debentures etc. News of this nature has bullish effect on share prices. Therefore, if you want to buy shares in such a company, do not delay placing a buy order with your broker. Ideally it would be best if you buy the shares on the same day as the news item first appeared in the news papers. The same rule should be followed when companies release their half yearly working results to the press, indicating improved performance.

Buying a share immediately on receiving a favourable news item is a good timing decision. It works most of the time. But it is even better, if you can buy in anticipation of a favourable news item or in anticipation of a favourable market development. For example, it is always better to buy a share in anticipation of a liberal bonus or rights issue rather than immediately after the news announcement of such issue.

Keep a watch on the performance of similar companies operating in the same industry group? For example if Ceat and MRF announce favourable operating results, then the chances are that other Tyre companies will also come out with improved performances. Use this information to improve the timing of your purchase decisions by buying shares of those Tyre companies in anticipation of an improved performance. In this way you can substantially improve your investment performance by staying ahead of, and outrunning the crowd.

Wish you good luck.                                                         See you later.