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10 Feb 2018

SHARE MARKET--AN INVESTOR EXPERIENCE--What are the best small cap Indian stocks for 2019?

                         CHRISTY BOY J, RTD. GOVT.SERVANT.
I am in Equity market since 1988 and my portfolio is always on the greener side (confidence in stocks which I hold)
A. Shivalik bimetal control Ltd. cmp is 98
B. Genus paper and boards ltd cmp 13.80
I have not given any target as speaking out of my 30 years of experience in stock market you do not earn by buying or selling stocks its only what you hold for long term.
Trust me 100% that all the mentioned stocks above will make your money double even triple if you hold it for minimum of 2 years (without having a look at daily movements which would make you sell the stock eventually at lower levels)
Let’s start investing 10% every month and become a billionaire in 15 years.
PS: always remember if you help other people to become rich you eventually would be the richest (something more than just money)


 Hi, Today I give you an interesting Tip. My request is you don’t love Shares. Only make friendship with your holdings. Our main aim is to make money in the Share market. Any personal attachment with a particular share is dangerous because you will not able to sell it in time to book profits or loss. I tell you a real story from my experience. When Share of SBI was trading @ Rs.150,face value Rs 10/- ( before 2000) and Silverline was trading @ Rs.10/-.One of my friends holding 100 Shares of SBI, sold it as per my direction and bought 1500 Silverline for 15,000. After few months the price of Silverline high rocketed in the market and one day it quoted Rs.1200/- per Share.

 I told my friend to sell Silverline Share. But my friend replied me that price will be increased FURTHER more in coming days as the  software Company is very famous. If he sold the Shares in those days he might have got Rs.18, 00, 000/- (1500X1200).But unfortunately he did not sell it and still he is holding the Share .This is not a story. It is really happened. You refer those days paper. Now Silverline is quoting Rs.2/-.What I say about this. He loved Silverline and had given personal and emotional attachment to this share. So my friends, my opinion is that you don’t love your holdings, only make friendship. After buying a Share, You decide how much profit or loss you need. Sell it in time accordingly without fail.

Good luck.                                                             See you later.

7 Feb 2018


3 GOLDEN RULES from  :  Who is Helping You,  Don’t Forget them.   Who is Loving you, Don’t Hate them.  Who is Believing you,  Don’t Cheat them.  --  Swami Vivekananda

Anything that makes you weak physically, intellectually and spiritually, reject as poison.  Swami Vivekananda

Fill the brain with high thoughts, highest ideals, place them day and night before you, and out of that will come great work.  --  Swami Vivekananda

Talk to yourself at least once in a Day..  Otherwise you may miss a meeting with an EXCELLENT person in this world.  --  Swami Vivekananda

Morality are more important than life, but it is important for those relationships to have life in them.  --  Swami Vivekananda

You have to grow from the inside out.  None can teach you, none can make you spiritual.  There is no other teacher but your own soul.  --  Swami Vivekananda

Like me or Hate me, both are in my favour,  If you like me I am in your Heart,  If you hate me I am in your mind.  --  Swami Vivekananda

By the study of different religions we find that in essence they are one.  --  Swami  Vivekananda

If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.  --  Mother Teresa

6 Feb 2018

SHARE MARKET--Long Term Capital Gains Tax On Equity: Ten Things To Know

1. Long term capital gains mean gains arising from the transfer of long-term capital asset. The Finance Bill, 2018 proposes to provide for a new long-term capital gains tax regime for the following assets: Equity Shares in a company listed on a recognized stock exchange; Unit of an equity oriented fund; and Unit of a business trust. The proposed tax applies to the above assets, if the assets are held for a minimum period of twelve months from the date of acquisition; and the Securities Transaction Tax (STT) is paid at the time of transfer. However, in the case of equity shares acquired after 1.10.2004, STT is required to be paid even at the time of acquisition (subject to notified exemptions).
2. The long term capital gains tax will be levied only on transfer of the long-term capital asset on or after 1 April, 2018, as defined in clause (47) of section 2 of the Income Tax Act.
3. The long-term capital gains will be computed by deducting the cost of acquisition from the full value of consideration on transfer of the long-term capital asset.
4. The cost of acquisition for the long-term capital asset acquired on or before 31 January, 2018 will be the actual cost. However, if the actual cost is less than the fair market value of such asset as on 31January, 2018, the fair market value will be deemed to be the cost of acquisition. Further, if the full value of consideration on transfer is less than the fair market value, then such full value of consideration or the actual cost, whichever is higher, will be deemed to be the cost of acquisition.
5. In case of a listed equity share or unit, the fair market value means the highest price of such share or unit quoted on a recognized stock exchange on 31 January, 2018. However, if there is no trading on 31 January, 2018, the fair market value will be the highest price quoted on a date immediately preceding 31of January, 2018, on which it has been traded. In the case of unlisted unit, the net asset value of such unit on 31 of January, 2018 will be the fair market value.

5 Feb 2018


Hi friends, please read the following funny quotes for your inspiration.

I’m not here to judge, I’m just pointing out all the mistakes you’re making.

I don’t need a psychiatrist to prove into my personal life and make me tell them all my secrets, I have my friends for that.

I called the restaurant and I asked them if they take orders, when they said they do, I told them run outside naked!’.

I put my phone in airplane mode, but it’s not flying!

Whoever said great things come in small packages hasn’t seen my big screen TV.

The hardest thing to find in life is happiness – money is only hard to find because it gets wasted trying to find happiness.

Life is like a very long TV show, without a remote control.

The best things in life are free.  The rest are too expensive.

Did you ever notice, whenever you need your keys the most, that’s when they’re the hardest to find?

The richer you get, the more expensive happiness becomes.

Thanking you,                                   see you later.

4 Feb 2018


Hi Friends,   Answer to an Investor's Question(?):     Can you give me

 some points which I should remember in order to make profit in Indian 

Stock Markets in India?

Ans:   Remember that trading or investing is not a game just for playing.  Trading should be planned properly  before venturing.  Remember the below mentioned rules  (though you will find these things written everywhere).  Never venture into stock markets without a proper plan.  You should know the money you are ready to invest, the risk you are going to take and know your expectations.  Have a clear plan, as one wrong move in stock markets can take all your money away from you.  Keep a notebook with you to note the amount you are losing and winning in trades.  Never over trade and trade only in limited quantity.  Learn from the losses you make in trading.  One important thing you learn from trading is patience.  Failures are the stepping stones to success.  A hard reality of stock trading is that good trader of today had been a loser  in stock trading at one time.  If you do not over trade, you will never lose your temper.  Losing patience and over trading go hand in hand. Do not fall in love with any particular stock.  It has been seen that if a person has lost in ITC stock, then that person wants to earn from that stock only.

Treat Stock Market investment as a business and not a “do or die” act.  Don’t put all your eggs in one basket , means,  do not put all your money in stock markets at one go.  Put a part of it only.  Do not give big losses and take small profits.  It should be big profits and small losses.  Try and judge the effect of news.  It is generally seen that good news bring the market down and bad news take the markets up.   Treat market to be supreme and do not think that market will go as per your wishes.  You will have to go as per the wishes of the market.  Remember  ‘contrary opinion rules’.  It has been seen that investors go to the NSE (National Stock Exchange) or BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) terminal or their Broker office with a view that they want to sell a particular stock but  the investors sitting there convince him to rather buy that stock.  Investor should not be influenced by judgment or opinion of others.  Investors must believe in themselves and do their own home work, after all it is their money at stake.