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View Poll Results: Stocks as a percentage of my net assets are -
0 - 25% -- I'm like the most conservative Indians. I love FDs. 219 32.02%
26 - 50% -- I have a few stocks. 302 44.15%
51 - 75% -- I'm an active trader. 113 16.52%
76 - 100% -- Hey, I'm an i-banker!!! 50 7.31%
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Old 23rd January 2008, 14:07   #301
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Here are my votes

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so much confusion, I wonder if moneycontrol best pics are really good, and if I can go ahead and invest the funds on those ?

Reliance RSF - Equity

Not good selection.
(Not many consistent performers. too much of midcap)

StanChart Premier Equity (G)
(Same reasons as Reliance)

ICICI Pru Infrastructure (G)
(Very good stock selection, will consistently return you favors.)

JM Emerging Leaders Fund (G)
(Not impressed with the selection, Midcap and Small Cap types companies abound)

Tata Infrastructure Fund (G)
(Another good fund, very good and stable prospects and sure returns almost guaranteed)

what is your advice?
Apart from the above, check out SBI Magnum. Very very good MF.

Don't touch products offered by Reliance, not because of any personal grudges but they are new in market and yet to prove their mettle. Besides that, can you believe that there are over 750 active funds and about 200/300 more coming in next few years. Damn! Trust the leaders. They won't leave their safehouse for nothing!

Disclaimer : I am fully booked in stocks & don't have any MF holding at all.
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Old 23rd January 2008, 14:08   #302
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HDFC Top 200 (Dividend) & Fidelity Equity Fund (Dividend) - two excellent MFs, now & forever

Which MFs to go for in Fidelity and SBI Magnum?

Fidelity Investments

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Old 23rd January 2008, 14:13   #303
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Well market seems to be doing well today but its actually hammering few companies whos fundamentals were good.
Jai corp was one which is being hammered
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Old 23rd January 2008, 14:26   #304
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Seems to be losing a bit now, profit booking by people maybe. Nift has lost about 100 points in the past 20-odd minutes.
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Old 23rd January 2008, 14:32   #305
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Stocks I picked up after the mayhem(small quantity trading) today and yesterday
TATA Power
Suzlon
Jindal Stainless
MRPL
Ranbaxy
NTPC
Powergrid

Stock I picked up on mad monday(Expecting tuesday to be better)
KRBL
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I have a question for people here who wait for the markets to go down to invest in stocks. Where was your idle money (which you are now putting into stocks?). Do you keep a buffer in your savings account for such future investments, or some liquid fund(i guess it takes around 3-4 days to redeem) or is it something else?
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Which MFs to go for in Fidelity and SBI Magnum?

Fidelity Investments
Huh, where did you get that link from? This is the correct one -

https://www.fidelity.co.in/our_produ...und/index.html
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I have a question for people here who wait for the markets to go down to invest in stocks. Where was your idle money (which you are now putting into stocks?). Do you keep a buffer in your savings account for such future investments, or some liquid fund(i guess it takes around 3-4 days to redeem) or is it something else?
As for me, I have 2 ICICI savings account. One is linked to the DEMAT account and other is linked to Quantum optima (its like Fixed Deposit where excess money > Rs 10k from your savings acct automatically transferred to FD). Buffer amount goes to the 2nd account where it will be sitting and earning interest ..

I also have a citibank savings account combined with an investment account. I buy and redeem MF's using this. But as you said, it takes 3 days to redeem.
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Has anyone stopped trading completely because of the crash in the last 2 days?
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I have a question for people here who wait for the markets to go down to invest in stocks. Where was your idle money (which you are now putting into stocks?). Do you keep a buffer in your savings account for such future investments, or some liquid fund(i guess it takes around 3-4 days to redeem) or is it something else?
A good question indeed. My strategy is to keep reserve cash (upto 50% of my current equity value) and then wait for dips or buying oppurtunities. This market correction was anticipated by many in Oct-Dec 07 and then i started to build my reserve corpus. Now i am slowly letting that money into the markets for the past 4 days and i will sell them on highs to rebuild my corpus.Hope this works for me this time too.
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Huh, where did you get that link from? This is the correct one -

https://www.fidelity.co.in/our_produ...und/index.html


Is this the Fidelity equity fund(dividend)? or are their any other type of fund?
Please ignore by innocence.


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Has anyone stopped trading completely because of the crash in the last 2 days?
Those who have no spare cash left and those who maxed out their leverage/margins would have stopped.. The rest will be buying like there is no tomorrow
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Has anyone stopped trading completely because of the crash in the last 2 days?
Nope. I bought the below:

21/01: Rel. Capital. It is now under red. Will wait for this to go up as it is a large cap and future looks good.

23/01: NTPC/Suzlon/PowerGrid & Hotel Leela. the quantity is less though. The the markets are up for these.
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Is there any website which sends SMS automatically if Sensex falls below/rises above a certain index?
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Is there any website which sends SMS automatically if Sensex falls below/rises above a certain index?
you could set SMS slert for stocks in your portfolio in ICICIDIRECT, it worked one time and expired. not sure if they have changed anything in it recently.
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