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If I sell my flat and invest 30 lakhs in share Trading can I double it within 2 to 3 Years ?

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Asked by anantharaman, 03 Aug '10 09:03 pm
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Yes sir, you can. But its also possible to make a loss. I suggest you let the flat out on rent. The value of flat will defenitely increase. Also you can get a decent amount as earnings through rent.
Answered by RAJAN MHAMAI, 03 Aug '10 09:08 pm

 
  
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You could but you could also lose all of it! Buying and selling shares has an element of risk - my advice is do not invest more than you can afford to lose.
Answered by Janis, 03 Aug '10 09:42 pm

 
  
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Not at all a good thing to do Sir. I am sure you are aware of the dictum of the old days that, the most important thing one should possess is a roof over one's head. Having acquired it, never to mortgage it against anything or do something by which you have to forgo it for whatever obstensible reasons it may be. Nothing else, even if one doesn't have anything else, we would not be out on the streets or even at the mercy of one's own children pandering to their whims, fancies and likes and having to adjust to a routine or life to which one may not be accustomed to at that age. Even in the worst case scenario, one may die of starvation in one's own house but wouldn't have to be out there on the street, cuddling up on a pavement warding off the cold and the undesirable elements.

You can do stock market and one can always go from a small capital, keep working on it and with persistence added with some luck, would go on to have 6 or 7 times that small amount at the end of 3 years. The tr ...more
Answered by Omega, 03 Aug '10 10:11 pm

 
  
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Think twice. My persosnal advice is not to try that. Share trading is highly risk.
Answered by Mahadevan Subramaniapillai, 03 Aug '10 11:15 pm

 
  
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Sell the flat, put the money in high value FD of 8-10%.
Take FD interest and invest in share, so even if share goes to 0 you have FD
Answered by suppandi, 03 Aug '10 10:36 pm

 
  
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Double or Trouble - no one can predict. Invest only surplus funds not assets like flat.
Answered by Roshan, 03 Aug '10 09:32 pm

 
  
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Do not even think of it
reinvest in property if reqd
Answered by anil garg, 03 Aug '10 09:17 pm

 
  
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Calculate the risk facors and rent loss
Answered by hitler, 03 Aug '10 09:08 pm

 
  
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Yes U should
Answered by Sandy, 03 Aug '10 09:06 pm

 
  
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Yes, but why 02 to 03 yrs, even u can double within 02 to 03 months similarly calculate the chances of loosing yr flat & money also.
Answered by sushil trivedi, 03 Aug '10 09:06 pm

 
  
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