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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

16 Dec 2017

STOCK MARKET-10 stocks bought and sold by mutual funds in November 2017.




Below are top 10 stocks bought and sold by mutual funds in November 2017.


Table 1: Top 10 Stocks bought by Mutual Funds in Nov 2017

Company Name
Nov-2017 (Cr.)
Oct-2017(Cr.)
Absolute Change (Cr.)
1
Bharti Airtel Ltd.
Rs 4,843
Rs 3,096
Rs 1,747
2
Infosys Ltd.
Rs 10,380
Rs 9,446
Rs 934
3
ICICI Bank Ltd.
Rs 15,015
Rs 14,135
Rs 881
4
Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
Rs 12,036
Rs 11,321
Rs 715
5
Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.
Rs 7,275
Rs 6,669
Rs 606
6
State Bank Of India
Rs 12,083
Rs 11,538
Rs 545
7
Divis Laboratories Ltd.
Rs 2,611
Rs 2,134
Rs 478
8
HDFC Bank Ltd.
Rs 21,244
Rs 20,784
Rs 460
9
Titan Company Ltd.
Rs 1,251
Rs 801
Rs 450
10
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
Rs 4,356
Rs 3,940
Rs 415

Table 2: Top 10 Stocks sold by Mutual Funds in Nov 2017

Company Name
Nov-2017(Cr.)
Oct-2017(Cr.)
Absolute Change (Cr.)
1
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd.
Rs 775
Rs 1,407
-Rs 631
2
The Federal Bank Ltd.
Rs 3,232
Rs 3,665
-Rs 433
3
Reliance Industries Ltd.
Rs 6,025
Rs 6,407
-Rs 382
4
Bajaj Finance Ltd.
Rs 3,096
Rs 3,473
-Rs 376
5
Aurobindo Pharma Ltd.
Rs 2,451
Rs 2,821
-Rs 370
6
Petronet LNG Ltd.
Rs 2,790
Rs 3,159
-Rs 368
7
Vedanta Ltd.
Rs 2,406
Rs 2,749
-Rs 343
8
Lupin Ltd.
Rs 769
Rs 1,110
-Rs 341
9
HCL Technologies Ltd.
Rs 3,170
Rs 3,509
-Rs 339
10
UPL Ltd.
Rs 2,142
Rs 2,437
-Rs 296


MONEY MARKET- 5 EXPENSES YOU MUST AVOID


Indians are a savings-friendly people.

We want to save more out of our disposable income (total income minus total expenses every month).
Despite these savings habits, we can go overboard with our expenses too:
Festivals and marriages
We love our festivals. And many of us will go to great lengths to celebrate festivals in style. Even if it means spending a lot and ending in debt.

Marriages are another drain on the finances. Parents stake a huge portion of their savings -- even take loans at times -- to get their children (or sisters/brothers) married.
Marriage over, there is a huge hole in the parents' savings, resulting in financial insecurity for the rest of their lives.
Quest for S-T-A-T-U-S
The need to keep up with friends/neighbours/relatives can drive Indians to spend way, way, beyond their means.

15 Dec 2017

SHARE MARKET-BEST SHARE TO INVEST LONG TERM-

                           Kanchi Karpooram Ltd

Incorporated in the year 1992, Kanchi Karpooram Limited (KKL) a Public Limited Company manufactures Camphor, its derivatives, Gum rosin, Value Added Resins and Fortified Rosin.
KKL is in this arena for more than two decades with a proven track record for quality, competitive price and timely supply of its products. The main product is Camphor which has been well accepted in the market. Besides Camphor and its Derivatives, KKL’s other products such as Gum rosin and Rosin Derivatives, also enjoy an enviable share in the market including Corporate Clientele.
KKL’s (ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company) unit is situated near KANCHEEPURAM just 70 KM from Chennai, on Chennai - Bangalore highway, thus Geographically well connected. KKL’s turnover is around `600Million and they planned to augment the sales in a phased manner in the years to come.

KKL has a manufacturing unit in the outskirts of Kancheepuram Town with adequate, modern equipments and machinery for manufacturing of Camphor and Gum Rosins. KKL has a High Profile technical team to carry out manufacturing activities with quality and quantity awareness.

KKL has adequate quality control measures manned by qualified and experienced personnel for online process and other quality control checks for incoming raw materials and finished goods. Quality control tests are being carried out meticulously. Kanchi Karpooram Limited laboratory is fully equipped with the latest equipments.
KKL has been certified with ISO: 9001:2008 by the Certified body of Tuv Sud South Asia Private Limited.
KKL enjoys the patronage of various clients including corporates for its various products.

Its Q1 + Q2 (1917-1918) results are excellent. Equity capital is only 4.14 Cr.Face value of the share is 10/- Technically and fundamentally strong position now. Its trading PE is 13.92/32.87(Industry PE).Other financial matters verify company website atwww.kanchikarpooram.com consider for long term investment. Capital appreciation including Bonus is awaited.

Wish you good luck


QUOTES--AWESOME POSITIVE INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES-


I've learned that people will forget what you said, 

people will forget what you did, 
but people will never forget how you made them feel
Maya Angelou


There are four ways, and only four ways, in which we have contact with the world. 

We are evaluated and classified by these four contacts - what we do, 
how we look, what we say, and how we say it
Dale Carnegie


Hope is like a road in the country; there wasn't ever a road, 

but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence 
Lin Yutang


If you put fences around people, you get sheep
William McKnight


The miracle is this - the more we share, the more we have
Leonard Nimoy

14 Dec 2017

TELEPHONE INTERVIEW- 7 TIPS TO IMPRESS IN A TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW.


Telephonic interviews are conducted over the phone to pre-screen candidates in order to narrow the pool of applicants who will be invited for in-person interviews.
It is often considered the most difficult and first stage of the selection process and generally lasts for 10 to 15 minutes.
Interviews by director Roger Thomas and researcher Dr Susan Purdn of the American 'Social and Community Planning Research Center at The survey method' (SCPR) shows that candidates with knowledge and behaviour are detected properly in a telephonic interview which is otherwise not in general terms.
Here are some tips for doing well in a telephonic interview.

1. Be prepared


Since you may not know when to expect the telephonic interview, one should always be prepared for it.
Prepare yourself to answer all the tricky questions that will be asked.

13 Dec 2017

STOCK MARKET- HOW TO PICK GOOD STOCKS.


Hi Friends,   The most important thing to remember before making any kind of investment is the current financial scenario of the investment destination-whether it is bank accounts, fixed deposits or in the stock.  These do not operate in a financial vacuum and are notorious for their illusive speculative-ness and other malpractices.  Reading , understanding, observing and internalizing market trends is an art-an art which can be perfected only after years of practice, patience and fortitude.  It is no child’s play and small investors with no experience of stock trading can be easy target for frauds.  Hence, it is extremely necessary that the investor  keeps an eye on the market, learns its operational norms, peculiar institutional behaviour and uninsured risks. Only after the investor, with or without the help of professional advisors, executes this plan of action can he/she hope top make any headway in terms of profits.


However the ground reality seems to be different.  Elated by the realization that they understand market jargons with the help of written material, investors indulge themselves in ill-advised dealings and end up incurring heavy losses.  Therefore, in order to  pick good stocks, it is important to read and understand the current market scenario in detail.




The next step, in the process of picking good stocks to invest in, is the knowledge of financial record of the target company.  Companies and corporations, however big or small, have often been found of malpractices while dealing in the stock market and hence it becomes absolutely essential for investors to run a background check before making any important investment decisions.  Before picking a stock for investing one’s money , one must determine the parent company’s moral and practical standing in the market, its production performance in the recent past, its record with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), its current situation and future plans of expansion in business and production.  Only after a careful consideration of all  these factors can one hope to make a truly informed decision.


Another factor to consider before arriving on the final verdict is the ‘Price: Earnings ratio.’  This ratio is one of the simplest of parameters to analyse the financial reliability of one’s investment destination and can be very useful in picking good stocks.  However, it has to be analysed with the assistance of professional advisors with the clear notion that in itself, it cannot guarantee financial returns.


The financial performance of the company selected by investors should also be known.  Debt equity ratio must be known.  Promoter pledging of shares if any, and if answer is yes  what percentage.  In the present market condition debt free company is better to invest.


Good Luck.                                                           See You Later

12 Dec 2017

SHORT STORY-- AN AWESOME MORAL SHORT STORY

                Calming the muddy waters
A wise man was walking from one town to another with a few of his followers and they happened to pass a lake. So they stopped there to rest for a while and the wise man said to one of his followers . . . ‘I am very thirsty, could you please go and get me some water from that lake.’
As requested the follower walked to the lake and when he reached it, he noticed that some people were washing clothes in the water, and right at that moment, several bullock carts started crossing the lake. As a result of this, the water became very muddy and murky. The follower thought, how can I give this muddy water to my leader to drink? So he went back and told the wise man that the water in the lake was very muddy and not fit to drink. 
After they had rested for about half an hour, the wise man again asked the same follower to go back to the lake and get him some water to drink. The follower obediently went to the edge of the lake and this time he found that all the mud had settled to the bottom and the water above it was crystal clear and looked fit to drink. So he filled his water bottle and took it to the wise man.
The wise man took the water bottle and drank, and then he looked up at the follower and said . . .  ‘see what you did to make the water clean and fit to drink, you let it be for a while and the mud settled down on its own so that could then get some clear drinking water for me.’
‘Your mind can also be like that lake when it is disturbed about something, but if you just let it be and give it a little time, it will most likely settle down on its own without you having to put in any effort at all to calm it.
Author Unknown 



TOURISM- GODS OWN COUNTRY ECO-TOURISM PROJECT OF KERALA GOVT( GAVI).-WELL KNOWN PLACE TO VISIT.




                           Gavi

Gavi Eco-Tourism a project of the Kerala Forest Development Corporation has caught the attention of tourists, mostly from European countries. The project is exclusive in many respects and the majority who visited was nature lovers and adventure tourists. Over a short period of time visitors to Gavi gradually increased, especially after 'Alistair International' the world acclaimed tourism major listed it among the leading eco-tourism centres and one of the must-see places in India.


A highlight of the Gavi eco project is the involvement of the local populace in its activities as guides, gardeners and cooks. This will provide livelihood for the locals and also will help to create awareness on conservation of nature. Gavi, located in Pathanamthitta district offers its visitors activities like trekking, wildlife watching, outdoor camping in specially built tents, and night safaris.

11 Dec 2017

HUMAN CHARACTER- - A PERSON OF CHARACTER- 11 points.



                   
     A Person of Character.

Let's face it, it's not easy to become a person of character. It takes a good heart, but it also requires wisdom to know right from wrong and the discipline to do right even when it's costly, inconvenient or difficult.Becoming a person of character is a lifelong quest to be better.
A person of character values honesty and integrity and pays whatever price is needed to be worthy of trust, earning the pride of family and friends and self-respect.
A person of character plays fair even when others don't and values no achievement unless it was attained with honor.
A person of character has strong convictions, yet avoids self-righteousness.
A person of character believes in the inherent dignity of all people and treats everyone with respect, even those whose ideas and ideologies evoke strong disagreement.
A person of character deals with criticism constructively and is self-confident enough to take good advice, admit and learn from mistakes, feel and express genuine remorse and apologize graciously.
A person of character knows what's important, sacrifices the now for later, is in control of attitudes and actions, overcomes negative impulses and makes the best of every situation.
A person of character willingly faces fears and tackles unpleasant tasks.
A person of character is consistently and self-consciously kind and empathetic, giving generously without concern for reward.
A person of character feels and expresses gratitude freely and frequently.
A person of character is not defeated by failure or dissuaded by disappointment.
A person of character seeks true happiness in living a life of purpose and meaning, placing a higher value on significance than success.
                                                     Written by Michael Josephson

“I love the Lord, for he heard my voice; he heard my cry for mercy. Because he turned his ear to me, I will call on him as long as I live. (Psalms 116:1-2 NIV)” 
― AnonymousHoly Bible: New International Version