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Bible Quotes--

I tell you the truth, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Jesus Christ

11 May 2018

SHARE MARKET--An experienced share market Guru mentioning few points to keep in mind while doing intraday trading which will surely help you and improve your intraday trading.



·       Stock selection: Selection of stock plays a major role in intraday and if you don’t improve that, your earning chances will remain poor. So how should be selection of stock? Let me brief you that you have to select only A group stock while trading for intraday which has good volumes. Never select high volatile stocks like PC Jewellers or JublFood. Select less volatile and stable stock for intraday which gives movement with market. Buy Bullish stocks in rising market and Sell bearish or weak stocks in falling market.
·         Risk Management: Risk plays a big role in intraday trading. It’s not necessary that you will get profit everyday or your all trades are right so you have to stop your losses somewhere and for that Stoploss is Must. You should apply a calculative stoploss to overcome your risk. If you are aiming for 10 Rs target, you should put 3 to 4 Rs stoploss as well. If you can’t do that, you can’t minimize your losses.
·         Market trend: First of all you have to identify market or Nifty trend before entering into any intraday trade. You are not supposed to buy any stock because it has fallen much or you are not supposed to sell a stock because it has risen too much. Never grab a falling knife or never do bottom fishing. Identify market trend and go with trend only.

10 May 2018

STOCK MARKET--How to Find Multibagger Stocks for Investment?/read it--


Stocks that multiplies your wealth and give multifold return is known as a Multibagger stocks. Investors are always in search of good multibagger stock for the investment. That is the reason, one of the most frequently asked questions by investor is – How to Find Multibagger Stocks for Investment? In this post I will address your query of identifying good multibagger stock by simple flowchart.
What are Multibagger Stocks?
The term multibagger is used for the stocks that have a potential to grow multiple times in short period of time. This term is coined from two words multi and baggers. Multi means too many and bagger means bags. So, the stock that gives a return in multiple bags is known as multibagger stock. Today let’s discuss about how to find multibagger stocks for investment.

How to Find Multibagger Stocks for Investment?
In order to identify next multi-bagger stock, you need to follow simple flowchart containing various checks. This checklist will surely help you in identifying a stock that has a potential to become next multi-bagger.
Future Business Potential

9 May 2018

SHARE MARKET--A PAPER COMPANY SHARE FOR YOUR INVESTMENT/A DARK HORSE.



       PUDEMJEE PAPER ORODUCTS LTD.

Pudumjee Pulp & Paper Mills Ltd. (PPPM) established in the year 1964, started with the manufacture of high quality papers to meet customers critical and demanding requirement in packaging of food and oily products. Pudumjee Paper Products Limited was incorporated on 14th January, 2015 as a public limited company under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. Pursuant to the Scheme of Arrangement and Reconstruction (Demerger) between Pudumjee Pulp & Paper Mills Limited (PPPM), Pudumjee Industries Limited (PIL), Pudumjee Hygiene Products Limited (PHPL), Pudumjee Paper Products Limited (PPPL) and their respective Shareholders and Creditors, the paper manufacturing businesses of PPPM, PIL and Hygiene products business of PHPL have been transferred to Pudumjee Paper Products Limited with effect from 1st April, 2014 vide order of Hon`ble Bombay High Court. The Company`s manufacturing capacity of 60,000 MT per annum comprises of 2 state of the art fourdrinier specialty paper machines supplied from Voith Sulzer Germany which is updated from time to time with current capacity of 38000 MT per annum and 2 Yankee Machines with combined capacity of 22,000 MT per annum for production of crepe tissue products, M.G. Papers and other specialty products. PPPL`s distribution network has a presence Pan-India and an effective reach in Europe, South-East Asia, U.A.E, and Iran amongst others. The Company`s equity is Rs.9.50crore while company has huge reserve of around Rs.215.45crore. Promoters hold 67.11% while investing public hold 32.89% stake in the company. Promoter have increased 0.22% stake in Q4FY18 which is positive sign. It has reduced debt by Rs.30.19crore in FY17. During FY17, its net profit zoomed 96.34% to Rs.19.87crore on 9.49% higher sales of Rs.513.84crore fetching an EPS of Rs.2.09. During Q3FY18, net profit soared 31.21% to Rs.6.18crore from Rs.4.71crore in Q3FY17 on sales of Rs.131.27crore fetching an EPS of Rs.0.65. During 9MFY18, net profit zoomed 11.75% to Rs.15.59crore from Rs.13.95crore in 9MFY17 on sales of Rs.372.42crore fetching an EPS of Rs.1.64. Currently, the stock is trading at 14x. Pudumjee has established a strong market positioning with around 40% market share in the various sub-segment of specialty paper which supported by extensive experience of the promoter and a wide range of product portfolio. Recently some paper companies have declared fantastic numbers for Q4FY18. Looking at the trend other paper companies like Pudumjee may also declare good numbers for Q4FY18. Investors can accumulate this stock with a stop loss of Rs.27. It may give very good returns in medium to long term. Consult with your trade advisor and take decision. Good luck. 


8 May 2018

SHARE MARKET--If you could only invest in any 5 of the companies from NSE/BSE for the rest of your life. Which companies would you choose?



It’s difficult to decide just five companies to invest for a lifetime.
There are a lot of loopholes in ‘BUY AND FORGET’ strategy and the investors may face heavy losses in case they do not monitor/alter their portfolio regularly.
For example- during 2008 recession, Sensex crashed over 60% and many of the companies went bankrupt. If you were not monitoring your portfolio that time, the losses could have been significant.
Moreover, a large entity that is growing rapidly cannot maintain that growth pace forever. That’s why even if you investing for long-term, you might need to revise your portfolio after 8–10 years.

7 May 2018

BANK PO--GST - Expected Questions on Goods & Services Tax (GST Bill) l MCQ for upsc ssc bank railway


GST - Expected Questions on Goods & Services Tax (GST Bill) l MCQ for upsc ssc bank railway
GST - Expected Questions on Goods & Services Tax (GST Bill) l MCQ for upsc ssc bank railway.

Hello Readers, In this post we are sharing MCQs on Goods and Services Tax (GST) -2. These all Important MCQ related to GST most important for UPSC, CGL, SSC, RAILWAYS ,PSUs and all state level competitive Exams.

Q.1. The Number of Digits in the PAN based GSTIN registration Number will be:

(A) 10 Digits
(B) 12 Digits
(C) 14 Digits
(D) 15 Digits


Q.2. The Issuance of the Invoice or Receipt of Payment is known as :
(A) Actual Tax Point
(B) Basic Tax Point
(C) Either of the above
(D) None of the Above

Q.3. What will be the Amount of TDS in GST?
(A) Full Tax Amount
(B) SGST Tax Only
(C) CGST Tax Only
(D) 1% of the Payment

Q.4. The Tax Collected by E-Commerce Operators from the actual Suppliers of Goods is
termed as:
(A) TDS
(B) TCS
(C) Service tax
(D) All of the Above

Q.5. The filing of Monthly Returns in GST will be:
(A) At a stretch
(B) Two Phases
(C) Three Phases
(D) Four Phases

Q.6. The number of Return to be filed by a Casual Trader
(A) GSTR-1 Only
(B) GSTR-2 Only
(C) Both GSTR-1 and 2
(D) GSTR-1, 2, and 3

Q.7. The basic nature of assessment in GST will be:
(A) Self assessment
(B) Provisional Assessment
(C) Best Judgment Assessment
(D) Protective Assessment

6 May 2018

STOCK MARKET--8 Financial Ratio Analysis that Every Stock Investor Should Know:


8 Financial Ratio Analysis that Every Stock Investor Should Know:


1.       Earnings Per Share (EPS) – Increasing for last 5 years
2.       Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E) – Low compared to companies in the same sector
3.       Price to Book Ratio (P/B) – Low compared companies in the same sector
4.       Debt to Equity Ratio – Should be less than 1
5.       Return on Equity (ROE) – Should be greater than 20% 
6.       Price to Sales Ratio (P/S) – Smaller ratio (less than 1) is preferred
7.       Current Ratio – Should be greater than 1
8.       Dividend Yield – Depends on Investor/ Increasing preferred