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Plz tell me best stock for trading?

Asked by Captain Ramchandani, 17 Jan '09 12:43 am
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Nobody knows .otherwise he will become a millinaire.
Answered by ashokreddychalla, 17 Jan '09 12:47 am

 
  
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Joine me for good trading calls and good advice joine me on dh_r333 on yahoo messenger
Answered by girish nagpal, 17 Jan '09 10:43 am

 
  
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IF you are interested in trading it is better to trade with nifty,other purchase niftybeesfor investment since nifty cannot become zero
Answered by CHANDAN BHOWMICK, 17 Jan '09 09:07 am

 
  
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PSU stocks
Answered by Raghesh Mony, 17 Jan '09 08:09 am

 
  
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Here are some stocks:
Apollo Hospitals
Apollo Hospitals has been growing its sales at an annual rate of 21 per cent in the last five years. The company has leveraged its core healthcare services business to launch pharmacies, and testing centers, and is now looking at manufacturing its own drugs and offering clinical trials. A focus area will be the growing medical tourism market (current market size of Rs 2,000 crore, and expected CAGR of 55 per cent till 2012). For Apollo, while foreign patients account for 17 per cent of the total patient volumes and roughly a third of revenues, the company expects this to improve to 25 per cent and 40 per cent, respectively.
The pharmacy segment, which accounts for a fifth of the revenues, is expected to grow at a much faster pace as the company ramps up the number of centres to 1,000 in FY09 from 750 currently. While operating margins are hovering around 17 per cent, numbers will improve going ahead, when the pharmacy segment (yet to make a p ...more
Answered by antnkt, 17 Jan '09 06:57 am

 
  
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I feel it is better to study share holding pattern and invest in stocks with Govt. stake like IDFC, NLC, NTPC, Power Grid, IFCI , BHEL, NOIDA TOLLBRIDGE etc. Atleast they will not vanish all of a sudden.
Answered by Roshan, 17 Jan '09 06:42 am

 
  
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Man dont trie volatile and news based scrips for trading because risk is higher and they dont take time to lose 10-20% more then 5 min. Always trade in fundamentally good co's which are RIL, BHEL, NTPC, L&T, SBI, TATASTEEL, HDFC which can lose but do not take time to recover with market. If u have loss in trading in this co's then u can take delivery and these can recover in one week, u may also make profit. Where in volatile stocks its not like that. Avoid trading realty stocks. Because in india i dont see any realty company fundamental strong during recession.
Answered by Vishal, 17 Jan '09 01:00 am

 
  
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Ril
Answered by Praveen, 17 Jan '09 12:49 am

 
  
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At current scenario, even Satyam can be tried out ...
Answered by Lucky, 17 Jan '09 12:43 am

 
  
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