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17 Jun 2018 13:00

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Let`s look at the top 4 myths and unfold the truth about them.

1. Stock market investing is akin to gambling A lot of people believe that there is no rationale about how stock market investments work. This misconception probably stems from the day-to-day movement in stock prices or market indices like Sensex or Nifty 50. However, this is quite far from the truth. Stock price movements are based on information on how the business concerned is doing as well as on news or information that can affect the business` performance in the future. Negative news can affect the concerned stock prices in the short run, however, if the business is a fundamentally good one with a sound profitability model, competent management and competitive edge, it will recover from negative shocks and be on the growth track again. Take for instance the stock of Nestle, which dropped to Rs 5,100 levels when the Maggi MSG controversy broke out. The management rolled out an effective strategy to deal with the crisis and the losses it incurred. Eventually, Maggi came back stronger as a nd and today Nestle India stock price is in the Rs 9,000 range. Thus, when you invest in equities your income is mainly based on the business` actual performance and on investors` expectation of how the business will do.

2. Only experts can make money in the share market A lot of people find investments intimidating because in their reasoning, "if returns depend on technical factors like business` prospects, industry cycle, etc., I shouldn`t play the game I`m no market expert." Well, it`s true that knowledge is required to identify good shares and buy/sell them at good prices. Not everyone can dedicate the time and effort to get these things right. But this is why mutual funds exist! Mutual funds have dedicated teams of professionals having the knowledge and expertise to manage investments in capital markets. By investing in mutual funds, you can enjoy the benefit of professional expertise. Not only that, but more benefits like diversification, because every fund`s portfolio typically consists of a number of securities, so one investment going bad doesn`t affect your wealth too badly.

3. It takes a lot of money to invest in equities Another common belief is that stock markets are for the rich and the well-heeled because it takes a lot of money to start with. Nothing can be farther from the truth because you can invest in equities through equity mutual funds, where investments can be made with a minimum amount of Rs 500 per month. Contrast that with the big ticket investments required for real estate, most Indian household assets are concentrated in.

4. My money is going to be locked-in for a long time Stock market investments do not come with a lock-in period. You can redeem your mutual fund units whenever you need the money. That said, given the nature of the markets, it is advisable to invest in stock markets only for goals that are a long way off.

This implies first and foremost that you need to think about the goals for which you will invest. Typically, if you`re investing for any goal that is less than 5 years away, it is better to avoid equities.

For goals like retirement, children`s higher education, marriage which may be due in 10, 15 or 20 years there may be no other asset class that can help to reach the desired corpus better than equities. Ironically, people think it safer to be locked in for 10 or 15 years in FD or PPF at a fixed rate that often gives negative returns in real terms due to inflation, than to stay invested in equities that have the capability to beat inflation in the long term. Equity returns, though fluctuating in the short term, tend to be stable over long periods.

With the top 4 myths on stock market investing debunked, we hope you will gain confidence to choose the right assets for investments, especially for crucial long-term goals like retirement. The first step, like we highlighted, is to gain clarity about the goals themselves.

Investments can then be allocated to equity, fixed income, real estate and gold, according to your goals. Concentrating in one asset class, is a bad approach. Seek the help of a professional financial advisor who can help you lay out a plan for meeting goals, identify suitable investment avenues and coach you through the journey....

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17 Jun 2018 12:59

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

According to the latest available RBI statistics, only 5% of the national household savings are held in financial assets of these bank deposits form the overwhelming majority. What could be the reasons why investors shun equities? ------- India has traditionally been a stock-markets-shy country where people are reluctant to invest in equities. Savings are mostly held in the form of non-financial assets, mainly real estate and gold. According to the latest available RBI statistics, only 5% of the national household savings are held in financial assets of these bank deposits form the overwhelming majority. What could be the reasons why investors shun equities? One of the important reasons seems to be the lack of knowledge, or rather misunderstanding about stock markets and equities....

17 Jun 2018 11:51

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

Does the government actually plan to do anything to get rid of the loss making Air India before the 2019 elections? I would suspect not. There seems to be a remarkable lack of interest in actually trying to get rid of the carrier----------------------Does the government actually plan to do anything to get rid of the loss making Air India before the 2019 elections? I would suspect not. There seems to be a remarkable lack of interest in actually trying to get rid of the carrier. First there were all those onerous conditions that the government put in when it asked for bids. And when not a single bid came in by the deadline, the government seems simply content to carry on as it was doing before the bids were invited. Indeed, the news coming out is that the RSS and its affiliates like the Swadeshi Jagran Manch would prefer the government to continue running the ailing Maharaja. And if that is not possible, they would like a minority equity sale, with some amount of Air India stock being sold to either retail investors or to institutions like LIC etc., and they think that it will be the long term solution to the Air India problems.

I suspect the government would like to go slow till the elections. All politicians know that Air India is an albatross around the neck of any government, and it sucks up tax payers money year after year, even as its services and market share deteriorates. Equally, no political party is going to let go of the opportunity to castigate the government for selling off the national carrier. The Congress and the CPI-M have been among those who have already made enough noises on that score. With general elections coming up in a year`s time, why would the government want to give them one more thing to criticize it.

However, politics aside, it would be a terrible economic decision if the government actually decided to hang on to Air India or tried to transfer partial ownership instead of selling it lock, stock and barrel. Despite regular talks about how Air India is improving efficiency, cutting losses, and even making operational profits, the hard fact is that the airline has been losing market share regularly, and it is too dependent on government handouts to keep on flying. Even today, there is news coming out that its cash flow situation is so bad that it is waiting for some money from the government to pay out ries. The operational profits it talks about is a mirage - the fall in crude prices in 2014 to 2016 and the attendant lowering of aviation fuel prices allowed it to save some face. Now that aviation fuel prices are going up again, it is likely to start posting operational losses once again.

A number of honest and competent bureaucrats have taken the saddle of the airline and tried to turn it around. The problems have proved too difficult for them. Air India is hugely overstaffed and a lot of its employees do not believe in doing their bit to turn the carrier around. They want higher pay and less work and are ready to strike at the slightest talk of reducing any of their perks. Then, there is the debt. And there are other operational problems. One senior executive of a well-run airline told me in an off the record conversation that it would be far easier and less expensive option to start an airline from scratch than to try and turn around Air India, despite the prized foreign slots it had. His point was that it would take well over five years to turn around the airline, and even then, there would remain debt to be paid off, etc. As he pointed out, even Kingfisher Airlines did not have the problems that Air India has. Sure, it was losing money and had plenty of debt, but its service quality was superior and its staff probably had better attitude.

Can the government turn around Air India if it cannot find a buyer? I do not think so, and I suspect neither does the current government - they might be having second thoughts about selling it a year before the elections but they would never have gone as far as to invite bids if they thought it was going to be easy to turn around. Will the selling through equity route work? Again I think it would not. If the shareholding of Air India is just going to be a handful of government owned companies and some scattered retail holding, it will never manage to get a top management team in place to take the hard decisions that are necessary. In fact, no one except a new owner with complete control over management can turn around Air India. And even then it would take a lot of effort.

What happens if they cannot find a buyer for Air India? Politically unpalatable as it would be, it makes no economic sense for the government to continue using tax payer money to keep running it even as losses keep accumulating. A better economic solution would be to bite the bullet and wind it down.

Will heavens fall if we do not have a flag carrier? The US has managed just fine without one, and I see no reason why we need one either as long as we have better and more efficient airlines serving the Indian market....

15 Jun 2018 19:38

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

best stock to invest -----for fresh and also for SIP mode (for all type of investors and traders). Best stock to invest and trades: buy : bajaj finserv, bajaj finance, HDFC bank. Kotak bank. NIIT tech, mindtree, kpit, TATA elxsi TCS, infosys, icici prudential life insurance. Ujjivan finance and few more. All 10 star rating buy for trading and also for investment for long term mid term as well as for short term. There all are multibagger....

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15 Jun 2018 19:34

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

already 4-5 months ago told u u can see some brutal correction in mid cap index and small cap index !!!!!! again tell u for next 2 years for next two year if you really want to make some good money (in term of investment) then u have to really focused in selective large cap blue chip and good quality IT stocks. Indian market will show some gradual (sometime brutal also) correction in overvalued weak mid cap and in small cap stocks in near future !!!!!!! Dont be trap in bounce at mid cap and small cap. those bounce are part of the market (because vertical ups and downs never exist in reality in financial market). some bounce u can see but in longer run simply u can see more net correction in mid cap and small cap (except IT and few mid cap blue chip) for next 1 year even for 2 years !!!!! apart from investment if you really if you are an excellent traders (with some excellent capabilities like hedge, swing trade, different kind of scalping trade, short term trade etc. ) then its a perfect market for u to make huge wealth for next few years. Remember India (all emerging markets upside are limited and in India still earning growth is not up to the mark even comparing to other Asian market) have limited upside in terms of growth and so many factors. !!!!!!...

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01 Jun 2018 14:19

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Bajaj finance tgt 6200. Bajaj finserv tgt 12500. NIIT tech tgt 2000. Mindtree tgt 1650 next 1920. Kpit tgt 350 - hexaware tgt 550. Hdfc bank tgt 4000. Kotak bank tgt 1800. Ujjivan finance tgt 540. Tcs tgt 4500. Infosys tgt 1600. Icici prudential life tgt 600. Reliance tgt 1250....

01 Jun 2018 13:36

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દ્રારા પોસ્ટેડ : anibillon

Hiiiiii. Best stock to invest and trades: buy : bajaj finserv, bajaj finance, HDFC bank. Kotak bank. NIIT tech, mindtree, kpit, hexaware. TCS, infosys, icici prudential life insurance. Ujjivan finance. All 10 star rating buy for trading and also for investment for long term mid term as well as for short term. There all are multibagger. U can expect huge return and profit from these...



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