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Investors: Those who expect minimum 30-40% appreciation and are willing to hold between two months to a few years. They enter only long positions and usually select a scrip based on fundamental analysis. Medium-long term investors can utilise technical analysis to time their entry and profit booking better.       Day traders: Day traders enter long/short trades to square up the same day.

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When we carried an earlier piece on PF vs PPF: What’s the difference?, we were flooded with mails telling us to do a piece on PPF vs NSC. This is what we attempt to do here. Explain the difference between the Public Provident Fund and the National Savings Certificate. The NSC is a post-office savings scheme while the PPF was established by the central government

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Penny Stocks Investing

Penny Stock Investing For anyone new to investing in penny stocks, you should first be made aware of the differences between these micro-cap stocks and the more conventional blue-chip and mid-cap investments. Unlike buying shares in a large, stable company like Ford or IBM, you are dealing with speculative investments. Penny stocks literally trade for pennies per share, or for as much as a

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stocktrading concept

Basic Steps in How Stock Trading Works Trading stocks. You hear that phrase all the time, although it really is wrong – you don’t trade stocks like baseball cards (I’ll trade you 100 IBMs for 100 Intels).  Trade = Buy or Sell To “trade” means to buy and sell in the jargon of the financial markets. How a system that can accommodate one billion

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Tips investors MUMBAI: While stock markets have tanked over the past month, the growth trajectory of corporate India seems to be on track. Leading companies in sectors like engineering, automobiles, petroleum and software are expected to bring out numbers that display strong profitability in the coming year. The earnings for the 30 stocks which comprise the sensex are expected to increase by 16-18per cent

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Views about Market Fall If you have noticed. From last week, market open’s at higher level and ends up at quite lower level. Right now all investors are facing losses , though Indian GDP was expected 8.1% however it is 8.4 % which is above expectations. So it indicates how strong Indian economy is . What do you think, is the reason for this bearish

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What are various Short-term financial options available for investment?

Broadly speaking, savings bank account, money market/liquid funds and fixed deposits with banks may be considered as short-term financial  investment options: Savings Bank Account is often the first banking product people use, which  offers low interest (4%-5% p.a.), making them only  marginally better than fixed deposits. Money Market or Liquid Fundsare a specialized form of mutual funds that invest in extremely short-term fixed income instruments and

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What is a Depository?

A depository is like a bank wherein the deposits are securities (viz. shares, debentures, bonds, government securities, units etc.) in electronic form.      Get Live Intraday BTST Short Term Research Call on Mobile , Yahoo , Chat : visit:www.moneymantrastock.com for Commodity Research call Visit : www.thecommodityline.com

What is Compound Interest?

Compound interest means that, the interest will  include interest calculated on interest. The interest accrued on a principal amount is added back to the principal sum, and the whole amount is then treated as new principal, for the calculation of the interest for the next period. For example, if an amount of Rs. 5,000 is invested for two years and the sinterest rate is

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What is the work of a Stock Broker ?

A stock broker is a person or a firm that trades on its clients behalf, you tell them what you want to invest in and they will issue the buy or sell order. Some stock brokers also give out financial advice that you a charged for. It wasn’t too long ago and investing was very expensive because you had to go through a full

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