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Like to invest in shares, minimum money needs to invest and how to invest i like to know?

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03 Mar '07 10:42 am
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I am not sure if someone will give you a detailed answer to this question. If you are looking for meaningful answer, why don't you ask the same to any reputed trading experts? Websites like www.moneysukh.com has the option of users like you and me to ask trading related questions to their in house experts. That will be a good place to seek answers.
Answered by Robin Goel, 03 Mar '10 05:56 pm

 
  
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Hello.My advice for your long term investment would be these fund schemes.These funds are Equity linked and have delivered good returns when the market has gone up and sustained the bad periods of the market since its inception.Hence they are the proved ones.They are tax free for upto 1Lac rupees invested in them.Equity linked Mutual Fund earnings are Profit (or) Loss earnings and not interests (or) fixed income earnings as in case of Balanced (or) Debt Funds.Try to invest in 3-5 schemes if you can to diversify your portfolio.They are 1)SBI Magnum Global-G(Blue Chip),2)SBI Magnum Contra-G(Midcap),3)Franklin India Prima Plus-G(BlueChip),4)Sundaram Select Midcap-G(Midcap),5)Reliance Vision-G(Midcap),6)HDFC TOP 200(BlueChip),7)HDFC Tax Saver,8)SBI Magnum Multiplier Plus-G(BlueChip),9)SBI Magnum Taxgain-G,10)HDFC Equity-G(LargeCap)
You may invest in any of these funds for your long term plan(above 5 years atleast) and you will surely get good returns.Remember invest 60% of your investment ...more
Answered by Abdul Rehman, 04 Mar '07 05:40 pm

 
  
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Depends on lot of shares,i.e. 10/50/100 and rate of share i.e.Rs.5, 20 1000 etc.
if 3 rupee 100 share if u buy it will be 300 rupees.if 1000 rupee 5share if u buy it will be 5000 rupees.but don't invest fot the heck of itfirst understand market & then proceed.
Answered by mohan h nayak, 03 Mar '07 10:46 am

 
  
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