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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Stock Markets tips for Indian Stock Markets

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With major world stock markets reeling under various uncertainities like Us Economy downgrade, Euro debt crises and riots. It becomes very difficult to decide the stock in which one wants to invests money, currently gold is favourite for investments but we know nothing can replace stocks as best investment option.

Indian stock indices like Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's NIFTY are very volatile currently hence for a investor(whether he is beginner or experienced in stock trading) the basic principal is to stick to the basics of stock market investing. Here I have compiled together my very best posts which guides the potential investor while investing in Indian markets. Just understand these basic principlesof stock market investing and I am sure that you would minimise the probability of makiing a loss in your investment.

Doing Online trading
49 must follow Stock Investing tips
Making a profitable Investment
Stock Markets investing tips
Short Selling explained
Choosing a Stock broker
Best Books to follow
Online trading techniques for beginners
10 Evergreen Investing tips
Best Investing Strategies
Dont's of Share markets

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Types of investors in Stock trading

In my quest to make Livebombaystockexchange as one stop blog for stock tips, Indian Stock markets daily updates, here I post various types of stock trading or type of people under different categories. Many people are full time investors ie their occupation is stock market investing, whereas majority are not full time investors and put their money for just short durations in stock markets.

Different types of Categories of people associated with stock markets and share investing:

Investors: People falling in investors category are those who like to keep their money for more then a quarter atleast before selling in order to make profit or keep it even for a longer time. One very famous example for this category is legendary investor Warren Buffett of USA, you can read my take from book "Warrenn Buffett way of investing" in this post. Investors working for investment is basically a three step functioning mechanism.

1. Choose the Company to invest( shortlisting a particular company is not an easy task, it needs domain knowledge, analysing atleast last 3 years of balance sheets, image of directors of company and much more)
2. Choose the amount of money to invest and probable duration of investment into shortlisted company.
3. Invest

Short term traders: This category of people doesnot fall in investors category and thus falling in traders category. Short term traders usually invest for 2-3 weeks at max and often invest befor quarterly result of company is due and profits are sure. They generally make around 20-30 perc if their stars are bright and if they have used atleast some analysis.

Day traders: These people follow principle of "Raat Gai Baat Gai" and generally start their trading as stock markets open and end with the closing of markets thus making max about 4-5 percent returns in a trading day. You can also read my posts on day trading tips below:
Intraday trading tips
Top 3 trading tips

So while concluding I can say that Indian stock markets see stock purchasing/selling done by above mentioned type of traders/investors

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Top 3 investing tips for Volatile Stock Markets

We all know that Indian Stock Markets are one of the most volatile markets of world and correct prediction of Indian Stock markets is not easy at all and any person who says confidently that he can understand Indian Stock Markets correctly and hundred percent profit gurrantee if someone invested through him/her is simply making fool of the Amateur investor who goes to him for advice. One should always be careful if he comes across such investment agency or person, you can seriously lose your hard earned money.

I am trying to put some light on the best 3 investing tips for such volatile stock markets, but don't forget to use your own brain too along with these top tips for investing in Volatile stock markets.

So The top 3 investing tips for Volatile stock markets is following:

1. Diversify your investment - The best strategy to minimise risk of loss(If it happens) is to diversify while investing, which means that you should not invest whole of the monesy available in one single stock or I would say not even in a single sector too. The reason is that if you invest all of your hard earned money into one stock or sector, the chances of loosing whole of the money are too high if that sector becomes bearish. It is always better to diversify your investment for eg- If investor wants to invest 100,000 rupees into stock markets (which are very volatile, like the Indian Stock markets). He can break the amount into parts and then invest in different sectors thus making probability of loosing whole money very less, you can invest 25k in FMCG, 25000 in IT, 25000 in banking, 25000 in Auto sector stocks.

2. Expel the word 'Panic' out - The golden rule to any investment which involves some amount of risk is 'DON'T PANIC' if you follow these two golden words then you will definitly make profits, and always be a long term investor , Remember short term investment decisions are more prone to losses as compared to carefully analysed long term decisions in stock market investing. The worst thing you can do as an investor is panic and sell everything and then wait for the market to recover. Always remember "Buy low Sell high" should be motto in stock market investing.

3. Rebalance your investment - This tip requires some logical and analytical ability from the investor but would help in bringing the probability of risk down to maybe even zero percent. I would try to explain this tip with help of an example(feel free to comment in case you need more explanation).
Consider a person wants to invest 50,000 INR and he is not sure what percent he should invest in stocks or bonds, Do remember that always invest only that amount in stocks which is inline with the risk you can afford. There should be a balance maintained between investing in stocks and investing in govt bonds. He decides to invest 35000(70 percent) in stock markets and remaining 15000(30 percent) in bonds, Now there can be strong probability that the stock markets gave higher return on investment then the bonds. Considering that the person reinvested the dividends and profits again in stocks would become a riskier affair because the percentage of money invested in stock markets would rise and could reach levels of 80 to 85 percent, This would mean that the investment is no longer inline with the risk which person could tolerate and he might loose huge money if there is a stock market crash in next year of investment.

Now at this time the investor should again rebalance the investment between the bonds and the stocks so that risk always remains inline with what he can afford to lose. He should invest adequate percent of money earned through dividends in bonds so that overall percentage of investment remains as initial(70:30::stocks:bonds).

Thus rebalancing the investment is very important while investing in volatile markets like Indian Stock markets

So before closing this post I would summarize that Indian Stock markets like The Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange are very volatile and investor should follow these 3 tips for investing in such markets in order to minimisez the probability of losses.

For Best Stock investment tips you can read this post

Monday, October 11, 2010

Metals, Oil and Gas, Auto stocks shine as Indian stock markets closes up

The 30 stock benchmark index Sensex closed at 20339.89, up 89.63 points. The 30-share index touched a high of 20461.27 and low of 20250.26 during intraday trading today.

BSE Midcap Index was up 0.79 per cent and BSE Smallcap Index moved 1.30 per cent higher. BSE Auto Index closed up y whopping 1.93 percent today, and BSE Metal Index also moved up by 1.57 percent whereas BSE Oil&gas Index moved 1.29 percent and was slightly less compared to former subindices.

Similar environment was present at National Stock exchange which closed above the 6135 mark today, The index touched hogh of above 6150 today(6187) during intraday trading.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

All about Mutual funds Investing

Mutual Funds For Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance))

This post for Mutual funds investing can be considered as continuation to my previous posts for tips on Mutual Fund investing, which can be found hereMutual fund investing tips and is related to my other posts on Mutual funds whose links are below(So that you can know each and everything about What Mutual Funds are? How they work? Top 10 Indian Mutual Funds or you may want to know about Mutual Funds companies present in India.

You can use this post as a tutorial for starting investing your money in Mutual Funds but using your own brain is atmost important.

I'll start with a very basic question which will clear some air about what Mutual funds investing is?
A company which brings a Mutual Fund issue in market requires money to invest in various domains which can range from Infrastructure, technology, Govt Bonds, Share markets etc etc. The difference is only our money for investing would be negligible as compared to pool of money which the company collects from various Mutual Funds investors. This helps in getting advantages available for large investments as compared to smaller investments.

The other question which arrives about Mutual Funds is about the Net Asset value or NAV for Mutual Fund so what is Net Asset Value (NAV) of a mutual fund?
- The Net Asset value of a Mutual Fund is Market value of the Assets of Mutual Funds or indirectly we can say NAV is profit which a Mutual Fund has made after subtracting all the liabilities, Managing company's fees or commision and other taxes. You can estimate your share of the holding of the mutual fund by the Net Asset Value per unit. So it is always important to know about NAV rather the return percent in order to invest in Mutual Funds, Majority of the MF Agents just donot talk about NAV's and fool the potential investor by simply talking of return percent which is of no use at all.

Now I hope you are clear about NAV's and Mutual Funds I would explain how a Mutual Fund actually works?
It's rather simple to understand how a Mutual Fund works, A Company which floats a Mutual fund in market hires professional's or they may be it's own employees. When they get investors money then the Professional's decide where to invest, but in many cases it is predefined in which sector they will invest investors money, you may have heard like, Equity funds, Infrastructure funds etc , These are nothing but investment funds with predefined domain of investment. And the investors invest by seeing the Net Asset value of the mutual Funds, The higher the NAV more expensive it would be to invest. The advantage of MF investing is that since a particular individual invest in very small amounts the risk is very less of a bankruptcy of that investor(in case of loss).

I hope by now you are very much clear about all the basic questions about Mutual Funds and Mutual funds investing, you are now ready to follow tips for Mutual Fund Investing.
HAPPY Mutual Fund Investing!!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Indian Markets | SENSEX | NIFTY gain.. awaiting correction?

Major Indian stock indices including Bombay stock exchange's 30 component Sensex and National Stock Exchange's Nifty are continuing their upward journey for second week on the row, with stock touching all time high, Now the question is whether this buying is artificial for profit booking? and Indian stocks are looking for some correction in coming days because one feels that currently indian stocks are overpriced where as the global peers like Dow Jones industrials, European stock are looking normal.

For complete guide on Stock investing tips(click here)

India Stock indices SENSEX closed well over 100 points up today at 19346.96, up 138.63 points. The 30-share benchmark index hit intraday high of 19487.07 and low of 19218.13 during intraday trading(read Intraday trading tips).

If we check report card for the components of SENSEX, It looked as below at end of today's trading:

Company Name Industry LastPrice Change % Chg Mkt Cap(Rs cr) Weight
ACC Cement - Major 970.90 -18.95 -1.91 18,247.09 0.62
Bharti Airtel Telecommunications - Service 356.35 7.40 2.12 135,324.98 4.62
BHEL Engineering - Heavy 2,500.65 8.80 0.35 122,411.82 4.18
Cipla Pharmaceuticals 310.45 3.80 1.24 24,926.69 0.85
DLF Construction & Contracting - Real Estate 341.25 8.40 2.52 57,923.88 1.98
HDFC Finance - Housing 672.60 8.45 1.27 98,094.83 3.35
HDFC Bank Banks - Private Sector 2,335.25 53.10 2.33 107,349.27 3.67
Hero Honda Auto - 2 & 3 Wheelers 1,721.75 -5.90 -0.34 34,381.20 1.17
Hindalco Aluminium 186.50 -3.75 -1.97 35,686.33 1.22
HUL Personal Care 278.45 0.10 0.04 60,766.69 2.08
ICICI Bank Banks - Private Sector 1,100.25 2.95 0.27 122,728.34 4.19
Infosys Computers - Software 2,975.95 40.45 1.38 170,790.10 5.83
ITC Cigarettes 165.00 2.00 1.23 126,281.15 4.31
Jaiprakash Asso Construction & Contracting - Civil 126.25 4.05 3.31 26,823.51 0.92
Jindal Steel Steel - Sponge Iron 711.60 -4.95 -0.69 66,459.38 2.27
Larsen Engineering - Heavy 1,920.65 16.75 0.88 115,847.29 3.96
Mah and Mah Auto - Cars & Jeeps 670.05 9.50 1.44 38,758.00 1.32
Maruti Suzuki Auto - Cars & Jeeps 1,346.10 19.90 1.50 38,890.18 1.33
NTPC Power - Generation/Distribution 205.65 -1.25 -0.60 169,567.98 5.79
ONGC Oil Drilling And Exploration 1,395.35 19.45 1.41 298,447.58 10.19
Reliance Refineries 987.75 -4.45 -0.45 323,116.51 11.04
Reliance Comm Telecommunications - Service 162.55 -0.35 -0.21 33,550.76 1.15
Reliance Infra Power - Generation/Distribution 1,055.80 0.80 0.08 25,853.40 0.88
SBI Banks - Public Sector 3,113.70 -33.55 -1.07 197,683.68 6.75
Sterlite Ind Metals - Non Ferrous 170.80 4.45 2.68 57,416.16 1.96
Tata Motors Auto - LCVs/HCVs 1,054.45 28.05 2.73 60,166.92 2.06
Tata Power Power - Generation/Distribution 1,265.20 -9.75 -0.76 30,024.11 1.03
Tata Steel Steel - Large 596.80 -4.35 -0.72 52,960.63 1.81
TCS Computers - Software 894.15 14.50 1.65 175,004.92 5.98
Wipro Computers - Software 417.45 14.75 3.66 102,254.38 3.49

Whereas Nifty closed at 5795.55, up 35.55 points or 0.62 per cent.Hence the mood at dalaal street was very promising today.

If we check perfomance of both Bombay Stock exchange and National Stock Exchange sector wise then following picture arised at end of the day:

BSE Sectoral updates today:

Index NameLast TradeChange
BSE 3019,346.96 138.63(0.72%)
AUTO INDEX9,278.80 125.07 (1.37%)
BANKEX13,524.06 69.50(0.52%)
BSE - 10010,307.75 54.27(0.53%)
BSE - 2002,463.36 10.20 (0.42%)
BSE - 5007,790.97 23.42(0.30%)
BSE - CAPITAL GOODS15,307.57 84.86(0.56%)
BSE - CONS. DURABLES6,047.75 93.09(1.56%)
BSE - FMCG3,497.17 12.89(0.37%)
BSE - HEALTHCARE5,736.80 0.16(0.00%)
BSE - INFOTECH5,804.72 83.24(1.45%)
BSE Mid-Cap8,061.27 51.10(0.63%)
BSE PUBLIC SECTOR10,247.01 38.12(0.37%)
BSE Small-Cap10,195.40 76.54(0.75%)
BSE TECK INDEX3,633.58 46.37(1.29%)
METAL INDEX16,301.82 86.63 (0.53%)
OIL & GAS INDEX10,461.87 25.40 (0.24%)

And National Stock exchange report card looked as given below:

Index NameLast TradeChange
S&P CNX NIFTY5,795.55 35.55 (0.62%)
S&P CNX DEFTY4,326.90 22.85(0.53%)
CNX NIFTY Junior12,483.40 25.95 (0.21%)
S&P CNX 5004,828.55 15.30 (0.32%)
CNX MIDCAP 2009,140.20 43.30 (0.47%)
BANK NIFTY11,928.35 55.50 (0.47%)
CNX IT6,441.75 83.60(1.31%)

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Best Stock Markets Investing Tips - Evergreen

Stock Market investing requires sheer analysis of the stocks and economy as both work in correlation. But still there is lots of risk involved in it, but that can be minimised by following the stock market tips , These are evergreen tips, just follow the link below to go to the post. However expecting profits from first investment looks very very Amateur.

Evergreen Stock Market Tips
Indian Stock Markets today live

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Strategies for making Stock Investing PROFITABLE

Searching for investing strategies online will lead to investors confusion for sure.

The best method is to study the stock you want to purchase, here I provide the methods/strategies to make profitable investment.
PS - It requires a lot of analysis of the stock you want to purchase.

1. Look for Under valued stocks : Always look for stocks which are undervalued presently,Investors who use this strategy seek to find stocks that they believe will earn more than analysts expect or believe the firm has assets that are currently underappreciated by the market. The proof of success is that this strategy is used by legendary investor Warren Buffett(read more..)

2. Look for stocks which has high growth prospects, these are the stocks which have given first in their domain, If such company comes with IPO then one should definitly go and buy it's stock. The these investors seek to find stocks that they believe will grow faster than the market expects.

3. For investors who are looking for short term investing, the best ways for this is to do technical analysis by analysing the stock charts of that company over a period of time as charts are best method to check the movement of stock.

Hope this would provide a idea about investing strategies to readers

Stocks Investing tips - How to choose your broker

This post is for the beginners of stocks investing.

For starting online trading the first thing one needs is broker, this can be fulfilled by choosing a broker who knows you, or you can go for any of the top brokerage houses, for list of top brokers available click here.
and one should prefer one of these brokers.

Always give preference to online stock trading over telephone trading or some other method of stock trading, The reason for this is simple that online trading has highest transparency, and very minute chances of getting duped by your broker.

For most novice investors, it is much much better to go with beginner-friendly brokers. The brokers geared for professionals offer lower trading fees and some advanced tools, but this will most likely just confuse beginning investors.

However still your mind is the best analyst according to me.

Monday, July 19, 2010

SENSEX closing rates - 19-7

The benchmark index SENSEX closed slightly in red today read details here.
PS - The red color of table shows that SENSEX closed down today.
SENSEX 19 Jul 2010
Company Name Industry LastPrice Change % Chg Mkt Cap(Rs cr) Weight
ACC Cement - Major 811.95 -0.25 -0.03 15,259.79 0.56
Bharti Airtel Telecommunications - Service 297.75 -0.95 -0.32 113,071.46 4.15
BHEL Engineering - Heavy 2,415.00 -23.70 -0.97 118,219.08 4.34
Cipla Pharmaceuticals 329.80 -0.75 -0.23 26,480.35 0.97
DLF Construction & Contracting - Real Estate 315.15 -4.50 -1.41 53,493.27 1.96
HDFC Finance - Housing 3,050.65 29.95 0.99 88,759.06 3.26
HDFC Bank Banks - Private Sector 2,050.35 11.65 0.57 94,252.68 3.46
Hero Honda Auto - 2 & 3 Wheelers 1,957.80 -20.85 -1.05 39,094.82 1.43
Hindalco Aluminium 152.35 2.20 1.47 29,151.81 1.07
HUL Personal Care 264.15 -1.90 -0.71 57,639.65 2.12
ICICI Bank Banks - Private Sector 900.40 -2.05 -0.23 100,380.67 3.68
Infosys Computers - Software 2,770.30 -8.00 -0.29 158,987.82 5.84
ITC Cigarettes 290.85 -7.50 -2.51 111,198.59 4.08
Jaiprakash Asso Construction & Contracting - Civil 129.25 -1.25 -0.96 27,460.90 1.01
Jindal Steel Steel - Sponge Iron 625.50 -0.25 -0.04 58,418.14 2.14
Larsen Engineering - Heavy 1,892.10 21.25 1.14 114,125.25 4.19
Mah and Mah Auto - Cars & Jeeps 607.40 3.30 0.55 35,134.11 1.29
Maruti Suzuki Auto - Cars & Jeeps 1,364.15 -15.40 -1.12 39,411.67 1.45
NTPC Power - Generation/Distribution 202.65 4.40 2.22 167,094.34 6.13
ONGC Oil Drilling And Exploration 1,256.95 1.50 0.12 268,845.58 9.87
Reliance Refineries 1,056.25 -6.70 -0.63 345,433.29 12.68
Reliance Comm Telecommunications - Service 191.25 4.15 2.22 39,474.51 1.45
Reliance Infra Power - Generation/Distribution 1,140.60 -10.85 -0.94 27,929.90 1.03
SBI Banks - Public Sector 2,456.15 15.00 0.61 155,936.91 5.72
Sterlite Ind Metals - Non Ferrous 163.60 -2.50 -1.51 54,995.80 2.02
Tata Motors Auto - LCVs/HCVs 825.45 -6.15 -0.74 47,100.18 1.73
Tata Power Power - Generation/Distribution 1,330.40 -4.50 -0.34 31,571.35 1.16
Tata Steel Steel - Large 511.45 2.25 0.44 45,386.58 1.67
TCS Computers - Software 824.20 -8.20 -0.99 161,314.15 5.92
Wipro Computers - Software 403.95 1.70 0.42 98,847.32 3.63

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Stock Markets Investing tips -you never knew earlier

Investing in Stock Markets is always considered very difficult job by the people, since it has lots of risk and investing Acumen at stake, One thing is sure that no Stock market investment companies can give gurantee of their investing tips so atlast it comes to ones own self to analyse the market and gain from it.

Always remember no analyst/investment advice company company can give guarantee returns, that is they simply cant work without the disclaimerswhich they attach alongwith their websites or otherwise.

So here are probably 50 best investing tips for a layman who wants to start investing in stock markets without fail...I SAID WITHOUT FAIL !!

1. Do not buy a stock without examining the financial health of the company from atleast last 3-4 years(most of the companies which provide stock advice often donot follow this important tip because it needs lots of analysis and acumen which except Warren buffett no body can provide.

2. Go for a good and professional help so that you can be guided about the market (also check that there are lots of such fake professionals around today so choose a genuine one for investing your hard money(only in case you dont have time for analysis or mental acumen to do so...only if you are a dumb).

3. Never buy a stock without knowing its business and who its competitor is - If the competitor is too big and authoritative(have good political relations) then be away from such small cos.

4. Follow the leaders of an industry so that you can get good knowledge of the market - Examine and analyse functioning of such company from last five years atleast(for a long term investment)

5. Do not guess the futures of Indian stock markets as they are very volatile just have a terrific analysis acumen.

6. Never buy stocks when market indexes are in up-trend because chances of loosing are too high because such trends are often made by brokers but actual fundamentals of that company are too weak.

7. Try to wait until the stock market has clearly turned around. - That wait can be everlasting though due to volatility.

8. Always make your decision to buy the top companies of industries (when their stock is undervalued).

9. Make it a point to buy companies with new products or services (companies which are very innovative in approach) and mind it very few indian cos fall in this list as all are copy cats or inspired by some other company.

10. Make sure that you buy stocks that are expanding in the stock market (this requires analysis of that company from very basic).

11. Try to determine whether large or small caps are favoured in the stock market.

12. The earnings should be growing from last 2-3 years for that company.

13. Try to invest in companies that have high experienced management(because they would know techniques haw to prohibit other cos to come at power).

14. Make decisions after you are fully confident by the findings of your analysis about a company.

15. Do not be impatient(apply wait and analyse philosphy).

16. Be a long time investor for better returns.

17. Go for a good broker (and who can negotiate for commision).

18. Set a strict budget(never go to purchase stocks beyond your financial limits because that can be very devastating).

19. Set your goals.

20. be always optimistic about your approach.

21. Aim higher and i am sure you will achieve it.

22. Try to minimize risk(strong analysis skill required again).

23. Maintain market records - for atleast last three years for the stock in which you want to invest.

24. Do not be greedy.

25. Act wise.

26. Think more.

27. Make a research.

28. Understand the value which a stock can deliver.

29. know about NSE and BSE, and working of stock markets too

30. Buy fixed income securities as these are the best bets.

31. Minimize risk.

32. Try to spend less.

33. Enjoy open communication - on any stock market forum.

34. Keep track of records.

35. Ask for latest updates about your favourite stock.

36. Beware of fraud brokers- mind it their are many on net or outside.

37. Set yourself on win-win situations.

38. have some basic stock investing tips (this post fulfills your this tip).

39. Never average down - mediocre stocks have no life.

40. Pay attention to real estate - but this is highly volatile market.

41. Avoid fraud email links, stock market tricks, websites without disclaimers are fraud for sure.

42. Set your objectives higher.

43. Do not give any credit card details even to the brokers present online (who are not listed on my blog).

44. Never be disappointed - (remember profit and loss are two sides of a coin).

45. Listen to stock news - important if you are going to make short term investment instead of long term.

46. Follow these evergreen investment tips.

47. Consult experienced stock market consultant.

48. Have faith in your hired technical or fundamental analysts (provided he/she high calibre and tremendous analytical skills required for reading face of a company from stock value)

49. Do not overextend your budget - last but a very very basic one for all.

So here i finish my typing and hope that you will definitely gain from these tips and spread a word about them. If you think your tip should also be included here please leave a comment.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

New to Indian Markets - Stock Trading tips for you

i was just checking out the percentage of new investors success rate in indian stock markets. There is no doubt that if you invest in proper stock without spending more then your capacity you can make double of your investment in few months or justin few trading sessions, but the important thing about investing in indian stock markets (i am talking about BSE and NSE only , regional stock exchange might be good for very small investors, i'll not talk about investing in or rather talking about investment techniques in smaller regional exchanges, so this post is to give a startup guidance to people who want to invest in stocks and that to in Bombay Stock Exchange or National Stock Exchange.

So before giving straightaway stock investing tips i would want you to first know about what a Stock market really stands for and how Stock Markets work , in one of my previou posts i wrote in detail about how the stock markets work you should first start by reading this so that some background of stock markets is clear to you before you land into investing phase.

If you actually know about the working details of Stock Markets then i will like to continue with the stock market investing tips straight away.

before starting beware that there are lots of website (some fake too) which promise free stock investing tips so beware of such sites these sites misguide starters and might ask for some money which ultimately helps the starter to go nowhere, i would like to recommend discussion forums like traderji so starting with the tips for investing in Stock markets particularly those in India like BSE and NSE. there are few evergreen stock market investing rules which have very high success rate. You can read these simple but effective rules for Stock market investing Simple investing rules. If you have completed with reading these stock investing rules then i'll like to move forward with the stock trading tips.

I hope that when you reach here your stock market basics might be clear, so i start with more stock investing tips for indian markets.

Due to globalization and opening of Indian economy the trends across various stock markets of world including the US 30 share index Dow Jones Industrials should be analyzed closely and then you should start with the indian markets as we all know that Indian Stock markets are much more volatile then any other stock markets of world. other thing to watch is how the indian rupee is placed against US$ and what is the BSE SENSEX reading at that time you can analyse this by taking a look at closing rates of BSE SENSEX and NIFTY for last year and half on my blog itself. There are two types of stocks. Preferred stocks and common stocks. Preferred stocks have slightly more risk and common stocks are the riskiest of all.

For Investing in stock markets thers are few do`s and don`t which you should strictly follow because it`s your hard earned money!

Dont's of Stock market investments :

1. You should not panic - Indian Stock Markets are very volatile and keeps on fluctuating without any real logic behind , this is just due to profit booking by short term investors, but you should not panic after investing in fundamentally strong companies.

2. You should not get greedy - greediness leads to hell is very true in stock market investments and in no case what so ever you should invest beyond you budget or capacity.

3. you should choose fundamentally strong stocks - this was also the basic principle which world's top investor Warren Bufett used (i got this after reading "The Warren Buffett way" it's real nice thing to read read warren buffett way of investing

4. recently government levied some transaction tax on shares and pay your brokers fees :)

Once you understand these four dont's then you might become world's best investor who knows!!
happy trading

i'll be back with new article soon.. do post comments/suggestions or mistakes you find in this post i'll love to correct them...

Thursday, April 30, 2009

10 evergreen tips for investing in stocks

Following are 10 evergreen tips for investing in share markets or making any other investments, still i would recommend that common sense ans experience is of atmost importance too.

1. Pay off your debts - no point risking more money before you’ve got yourself into the black.

2. Do your research - think about what you are investing in and think why you’re investing in it. There is so much more information at your fingertips these days, but it doesn’t necessarily make the job of picking shares easier.

3. Time is money - think about compounding.

4. Be patient - there are very few chances to make a quick buck unless you get very lucky.

Also read -
-BSE aims at internationalization of listing businessNEW !!
-Effect of Recession on Indian Economy
-Economies hit by recession
-World's Strongest economies list

5. Be tax efficient - consider investing within ISAs so that you don’t pay more tax than necessary.

6. Keep costs low - costs eat into your investment, and mean they have to perform that much better in order to make you a profit.

7. Do not try to time the market - it’s virtually impossible; invest when it’s right for you.

8. Don’t believe the hype - if you’re investing in something after many others have done so, you’ve probably missed the boat, and therefore missed the best performance.

9. Regular contributions are your friend -use cost averaging to your advantage to help smooth the ups and downs of the markets.

10. Learn from your past mistakes.


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