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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. 220 31.88%
26 - 50% -- I have a few stocks. 307 44.49%
51 - 75% -- I'm an active trader. 113 16.38%
76 - 100% -- Hey, I'm an i-banker!!! 50 7.25%
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Old 17th August 2009, 12:10   #1261
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I feel August is month of consolidation (4300-4700) and by September end Market would fly high and by year end come out from recession. So my suggestion is to keep investing in August month on every good correction.

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Yes Ravi, your assessment looks most relevant at this point in time. So the bottom would be somewhere near 4300? Or it might drag further down?

Not many sessions left for the month of Aug and I see 4300 PUT most active.
I guess it is safe to assume that. Though in stock market nothing is safe enough
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Old 17th August 2009, 12:54   #1262
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i am in the market since 8 years and am in all categories ie in mf, intraday trading and f&o. i think it would be better if you invest 3000 in mf and rest in stocks directly. the returns from investing in stocks are far better than mf, provided you have to hold the stock for really long term. many lose money in trading their investment portfolio in hope of buying them at declines. just keep an eye on overall economy, find some fundamentally sound stocks with good management, and you are in. dont look at prices on daily basis. if you want more insights please mail me.

I have to agree with vsh here. This is recommended especially if you are young or if you can afford to have a longer term investment horizon(both of which are a bit interrelated by the way.) The current market scenario is also conducive to this. the stock investment also can be in SIP mode - viz. select a few good ones and keep buying over a period of time, instead of a one-shot purchase.
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Old 27th August 2009, 15:31   #1263
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Guys

Any place where we can find NHPC allotment based on application numbers ?

Thanks a lot for your help

Found link in here :

IPO Allotment Status v1.0

Thanks again

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Old 27th August 2009, 15:36   #1264
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Guys

Any place where we can find NHPC allotment based on application numbers ?

Thanks a lot for your help

Found link in here :

IPO Allotment Status v1.0

Thanks again
moneycontrol.com - Have you applied for NHPC IPO? Read the basis of allotment
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Old 27th August 2009, 15:37   #1265
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Any views on TATA steel, stock has taken close to 7% hit today in the last 20 mins of trading.
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Old 27th August 2009, 18:51   #1266
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I got an sms indicating an allotment of 285 shares today and them being credited to my demat account. Need to check my account though.
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Old 27th August 2009, 20:14   #1267
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Exited Aban today 30% in just over a month meant to book a compelling return
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Old 27th August 2009, 23:15   #1268
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I got 713 shares of NHPC.
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^^^ I got 476 of them. How many had you applied for ?
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I had applied for 2625 shares - got only 713.

btw - what do the experts here think about NHPC ?
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Exited Aban today 30% in just over a month meant to book a compelling return

Make that 600% in 6 months. I've bought 100 of Aban @ 240 on 8th Feb, and sold yesterday @ 1600. Made a cool 1.36 lakh, on a 24K investment :-)

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Thumbs down Honeymoon is over..

Looks like my trouble free run with ICICI Bank and its various financial products has finally come to an end..

My ICICI Direct account has been "temporarily de-activated" because the bank has lost my account opening forms and wants me re-execute and re-submit all the documents!! .. Just imagine.. which bank in the world would penalize its customers because the bank itself has been tardy in its safekeeping of documents????

Anyway, I have now re-submitted all the documents by post more than a month ago and sent a mail to helpdesk@icicidirect.com asking for the status. Initially, I got a response asking me to provide courier details etc.. I pointed out that I spent $20 of my own money on post to correct THEIR mistake and I am not mad enough to spend some more on international courier.

After that, absolutely no response... I even forwarded the mail to coo@icicidirect.com and to the persons to whom I had mailed the documents (I guessed their email id). They have maintained a steady email silence so far, I might as well done this ->

Any ideas/suggestions on how to move this forward and wake them from their slumber?
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My ICICI Direct account has been "temporarily de-activated" because the bank has lost my account opening forms and wants me re-execute and re-submit all the documents!! .. Just imagine.. which bank in the world would penalize its customers because the bank itself has been tardy in its safekeeping of documents????
Its a known fact that a year or so before when Mumbai had flood, their record room got affected and hence they requested almost all account holders to re-submit those forms. Did you do at that time? May be its been quite a long time, if not submited and hence deactivated.

Here what ever digital papers, soft copy of document you have in magnetic storage, those are seldom used or believed. The PAPERS have more value than anything else in Indian system.
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Its a known fact that a year or so before when Mumbai had flood, their record room got affected and hence they requested almost all account holders to re-submit those forms.
Who keeps Customer records in the basement ?
After 2 years of incessant rains nothing learnt ?

I believe they have to be convered in to soft copy records and
the hardcopy information has to be done away with, after their retention period is over.
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Guys, I am yet to receive my refund for NHPC ipo. Did anyone receive the same ? Any contact details ? Please help me with this
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