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How can one manage the online share trading a/c

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Asked by MUTHUBALAKRISHNAN Murali, 30 Sep '07 06:02 pm
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JOIN ON OF THE COMPANIES LIKE GEOJIT ETC AND GET STRATED
Answered by biju v, 30 Sep '07 06:03 pm

 
  
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welcome to the fascinating world of transacting in share market.

but it has a lot of inherent risks. so transact with the

guidance of a well-versed and well-known broker.

if u want to play safe, better start with systematic

investment planning for a while, gain experience and

then enter direct. meanwhile, u can also subscribe to

the i p os of reliable and reputed companies( reliance mega

i p o is in the offing) read all the business newsletters

in rediff.com, sify.com, moneycontrol.com, yahoo.com and if

u r fm tamilnadu, also read naanayam vikatan( which carries

a mine of information and news u can use)

still, if u require some guidance initially, please write

to me phoenyx108@hotmail.com ur age, profession,

investible surplus etc. so that i could offer u

still concrete guidance. ( no obligations bothways )


goodluck. subramanian (retd.sbi)
Answered by subramanian, 30 Sep '07 08:22 pm

 
  
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Trading in stock exchange needs a long study and experience. You need to contact an experienced, sincere and faithful person. Discuss with him and under his guidance start trading. Reply +ly. Are you satisfied tell me.
Answered by R. S. Khandekar, 30 Sep '07 06:11 pm

 
  
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You have to first open an online account. Preferably a reputed one. Initially you can take bet on your brokers advise. However after some time you will be able to do your own. In my openion there is substitute of your own reasearch.
Answered by Kumkum Sinha, 30 Sep '07 06:28 pm

 
  
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