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You might sometimes ponder over the best practice to pick stocks – whether to look at the fundamentals or go by the technical charts? These are two distinct methods that sometimes give similar and sometimes give the contradictory view of the same stock. Then which one should you follow? Before going into that, let’s just quickly go over the crux of these two methods of analysing a stock
Have you ever noticed that as the economy fluctuates, some stocks react extremely, while a few others remain unaffected! Called as Cyclical Sector and Defensive Sector, knowledge about these stocks can help you plan your investment portfolio. Let us understand them in detail.
You must have noticed that many stocks such as Sri Adhikari Brothers Television Network Ltd (SABTN), Dr,Reddy’s and Coal India are trading below or near their all-time low prices and you might think to yourself that this would be the best time to enter such stock
In February 2017, a news of BHEL and Idea being removed from the Nifty50 must have caught your eyes. If u have been in the stock market or following it for a while you must have heard of such news of stocks getting added to or removed from or replaced by others in the Nifty 50 quite a number of times.
Are you interested in trading and investing? Then you must have a demat account. It is a primary requirement to begin your investment journey. Demat account have changed the stock market scenario. In the era of internet, demat accounts was a revolution. Here is everything you want to know about demat accounts.
Every taxpayer goes through this during the last quarter of the financial year. Sudden decisions are made without proper planning. To save tax becomes the objective for investing.A lump sum amount is then invested in the Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS).
One of the most-awaited events in the global financial world is Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.
BTST refers to Buy Today and Sell Tomorrow
Fellow Traders, pay less tax this year. Invest in ELSS (tax saving mutual funds) with SAS Online best discount broker company and you can save upto Rs. 46,350 in income tax by investing upto 1.5 lakhs.
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