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Buy Tata steel / idfc / rpower / unitech / ifci /punjllyoid / hdil / India infoline. these stocks are good for long term as well as it may give you re... more

Answered by animesh , 20 May '09 11:59 pm


L & T touched a low of Rs 557 on 9th March. I had purchased 87 shares totally during that time at average price of Rs 590. I sold 37 shares at average... more

Answered by BABUJI, 09 May '09 10:12 pm


When the promoter of the company himself buys the shares of that company, it is called buy back. The buying would be in huge quantities and therefore ... more

Answered by Indian Hero, 13 Feb '09 04:42 pm


how a stock is benificial in long term?

Asked by tnnarasimhamurthy p, 28 Oct '08 11:38 am , 3 answers

Benificial no doubt but not all stocks... more

Answered by Damodar Biswal, 28 Oct '08 11:39 am


For long term,its certainly a good scripMail us and we will guide on daily before market hoursSMS J... more

Answered by Lokesh Goel, 03 Sep '08 02:19 pm


Investing in high risk high return for short term at present is not good because of lot of fluctuatin in stock market due to hike in crude &oter facto... more

Answered by hardeep singh, 09 Jun '08 12:52 pm


If you are long term investor then it is safe to keep in physical form..otherwise keep them in demat....... more

Answered by yash dhunna, 16 Apr '08 09:20 pm


Shall i invest for long term?is it benificial ........

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I m President of The Estate Agents Association of India As per our knowledge past 2 years 90 % End user have not purchase the Property either Commerc... more

Answered by YASHWANT DALAL, 01 Dec '07 09:11 am


If you believe me do not sell. Invest in and hold the equity shares of fundamentally strong companies for very very long term. People are investing in... more

Answered by R. S. Khandekar, 31 Oct '07 02:21 pm


You have to two catogories of investers, those in service and those retired, so, FD 's are sefe bet for the retired , though intrest is low , but no r... more

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