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While investing money in the stock market, what all things should be considered?

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Asked by Diya, 13 Mar '12 09:51 am
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Visit my blog - shareways.blogspot.com. You wil get a better idea about share market investment. Also you can visit - indvision.blogspot.com for stock recommendations.
Answered by Jayaprakash, 15 Mar '12 01:54 pm

 
  
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Simple advice.

No.1: Don't go by Expert Advice because it will do you no good. 99.99% people don't give you the right advice. Anyone who bought a penny stock like Antgraphic also thinks he is an expert.

No. 2. Stay away from small stocks. They have a tendency to be manipulated and then thrown into the dumps.

No. 3. Stop listening to CNBC and NDTV Profit.

No. 4. Pick from Nifty 50 or BSE 100 or BSE 500.
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Answered by Omega, 13 Mar '12 10:39 am

 
  
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1. Pick 'safe' stocks. Stock picks are paramount in any kind of market, and especially so in a market like ours that has had a significant run up. The market is now trading at around 20 times one-year forward earnings, an unprecedented level. Even at the best of times earlier, valuations have not exceeded 16 times one-year forward earning.

The first mistake to avoid is to assume that the cheapest way to enter this market is through initial public offers.

Says Gaurav Mashruwala, a Mumbai-based financial planner: "Many people say that the market is too expensive and putting money in an IPO would be cheaper. That is a wrong strategy. Companies just getting listed are more risky than established blue-chips."

The safest way to enter the market is by investing in large companies, ideally those that are part of the market index.

Once you gain some experience, you can diversify. Even then, it's better to stick to well-known players. Try and get research reports from reputed brokers ...more
Answered by ankit shivam, 13 Mar '12 09:56 am

 
  
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1, Company's past history, Market share of the company, industry performance and technical chart in addition to fundamentals of the company.
Answered by Tushar Kher, 13 Mar '12 09:54 am

 
  
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Here is an article written by Mr. Milan Parekh of Action Financial Services. The article highlights the necessary things that need to be considered.
Source: http://www.rediff.com/business/slide-show/slide-show-1-perfin-tips-to-invest-in-the-stock-market/20130313.htm
Answered by Kaushik Sharma, 13 May '13 07:33 pm

 
  
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Most of us have our own perception of investment based on our experiences, but also tend to be confused with the opinions given by others. Knowing the dos and donts of the stock market would help us turn really as a smart investor.

http://www.holisticinvestment.in/dos-and-donts-in- the-stock-market

Humans have a natural tendency to follow the crowd, but when it comes to stock market investing, following the crowd can often result in losses. Why replicate the mediocrity of the masses when you can clone the success of the Worlds Greatest Investor?
The investment secrets of warren buffet have got unveiled here.

http://holisticinvestment.in/7-secrets-of-winning
Regar ds,
Ramalingam K, MBA, CFP, ...more
Answered by RAMALINGAM, 11 Feb '13 12:33 pm

 
  
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How much you can lost.
Answered by rekha agarwal, 13 Mar '12 10:06 am

 
  
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