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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 6th December 2007, 17:58   #61
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Default Huge tip on Harig Crankshaft !!

This morning good tip for Harig Crankshaft presently at 3.41/-Rs to touch 20/-Rs by March08 due to acquisition by Bharat Forge. It has been closing in UC everyday after markets open. So place your orders early in the morning before the games begin. Cheerio.
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Old 6th December 2007, 18:02   #62
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sorry.. it was MRPL. Just thought my comments should not be misconstrued as a recommendation of a particular stock.

Technocrat, I have invested in Fidelity India Equity (growth) fund. It has given over 20-25% in just over 6 months. But now is not a good time to judge how well a MF is doing, because every Tom, Dick and Harry makes 20% return on stock market.
Me too MRPL gainer, but only 20%. I got impatient. Bought at 80 and sold at 107 :(

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I am totally noobie in this. Which MF is good? As in Relaince\HDFC\ICICI Prudential etc
Buy little bit of multiple MFs to diversify and minimize risk
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Old 6th December 2007, 18:09   #63
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Me too MRPL gainer, but only 20%. I got impatient. Bought at 80 and sold at 107 :(
Ahh.. u must have bought my shares.. bought at 40 and sold at 80.. And again bought @ 120 levels..
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MRPL is going to be a multi-bagger. Stick for long term. Same holds for a few stocks like RPL and few power stocks.
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Old 6th December 2007, 20:49   #65
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For Mutual Funds - Value Research: The Complete Guide to Mutual Funds

Moneycontrol is also good

For analyzing stock trends, Fast movers, etc.. check this site
it has a lot of useful reports and charts.
NSE Watch - NSE India - Stock Watch
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This morning good tip for Harig Crankshaft presently at 3.41/-Rs to touch 20/-Rs by March08 due to acquisition by Bharat Forge. It has been closing in UC everyday after markets open. So place your orders early in the morning before the games begin. Cheerio
Thanks Juda, any link to the news of the take over?

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Old 6th December 2007, 21:27   #67
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Default I am thrilled !

I was thinking of starting a thread on stocks, and here it is ! Seems like there is nothing under the sun that is not covered here in T-bhp

Stock market is my bread and butter. I left a job that was paying me 25 k to 35 k p.m. and jumped into this heaven/hell 3 years back. I do everything - long-term, short-term, daytrading, but not much of F&O (I lost heavily playing in F&O).

I never put my hard-earned money on somebody's recommendation/rumours. I do extensive research before investing; although daytrading and momentum trading is a different thing...

Also, my wifey has invested in ULIPS and ELSS for Insurance and tax saving purposes.

ShareKhan and 5paisa (India Infoline) are my brokers.
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Any idea about United Spirits & Sterlite? Can we buy at these levels?
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Thanks Spadival, Tanveer & Fillmore, Those were some nice tips :-)
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Old 7th December 2007, 13:19   #70
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I go by technicals, esp the charts, either Candle stick or line charts. General Target for me is to make atleast 2 grand every fortnight. Mostly I reach 50 % of it. My kind advise to all, please dont use your hard earned money in DAY TRADING, its a pain, lost 30000 in a single day, took some time to recover.

If you can learn charts, its very easy
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Any site to get data for technical, if possible ready made charts?
Yahoo data is one day old if used with software like Venice etc.,
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This morning good tip for Harig Crankshaft presently at 3.41/-Rs to touch 20/-Rs by March08 due to acquisition by Bharat Forge. It has been closing in UC everyday after markets open. So place your orders early in the morning before the games begin. Cheerio.

Any source of your information . As such its a good company from past records

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You can get the charts from bseindia.com itself
Stock trading is a very addictive thing. It's fun while the going's good but.........

Anyways, Tanveer, if you are not very experienced in these matters I suggest you to wait for some time. The P/E for BSE30 stands at 23.5 approximately. This is way over the historic P/E of around 16
Pls take caution. Remember last May ?

Also, pls do not buy on someone else's recommendations.
I have made a lot of money in stocks over the past few years, but I also lost 3 lacs in a single day ( still had some profit left )

Take care and best of luck.
Any questions you may want to ask pls pm me.
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I prefer charting.bseindia.com or yahoo charts. Even though yahoo is a day old, it does give me the trendlines necessary for trading. If you want live charting, bse is the best. If my understanding is correct, I use the close of the day prices for my trending lines to see how the patterns are
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You can get the charts from bseindia.com itself
Stock trading is a very addictive thing. It's fun while the going's good but.........

Anyways, Tanveer, if you are not very experienced in these matters I suggest you to wait for some time. The P/E for BSE30 stands at 23.5 approximately. This is way over the historic P/E of around 16
Pls take caution. Remember last May ?

Also, pls do not buy on someone else's recommendations.
I have made a lot of money in stocks over the past few years, but I also lost 3 lacs in a single day ( still had some profit left )

Take care and best of luck.
Any questions you may want to ask pls pm me.
I am slowly exiting the market on profit making stocks, and holding on to stocks in red.I can wait a few months for the market to bounce back.
Right now, its MF and some limited stock trading.
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