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The "STOP-LOSS" Order: Not Just for Preventing Losses

Posted on 28 November, 2015 at 8:55 Comments comments (88)



Hi Friends,

I know its been a long time that  we have posted anything on our website, but believe me we were really busy with our clients and making strategy to earn money for them.  In this past one month have seen many ups and downs for specific stocks and market as whole was in downtrend. We have seen upside in Tata Motors, Motherson sumi, Cupid, Aviation Stocks etc.. and downtrend in Dr. Reddy, Sun Pharma, Tree House etc..which were star performer...

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Saving vs. Investing --- What you will choose?

Posted on 29 October, 2015 at 13:25 Comments comments (304)

Saving vs. Investing --- What you will choose?

There are lots of reasons to invest. Whether it's for a down payment on a house, your child's education, or your retirement, your goal is to accumulate enough assets to meet your financial objectives.

Although saving and investing are often used to mean the same thing, they are not the same. If you simp...

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Deals of the day 28th Oct, 2015

Posted on 27 October, 2015 at 18:30 Comments comments (37)

Hi All,

Following suggestions and recommendations are by no means for intraday trading. Please do your study if you have any doubt on this investment ideas: 

Buy Trident ltd @ 42 for the short term target of T1: 48 Rs and T2: 53 Rs

Buy Container Corporation @ 1300 to 1330 for the target of 1450+ Rs

And you can buy snowman logistics @ 91 to 92 for target 102 rs and more.

Happy investing!!!



Spicejet- The world is not Enough!

Posted on 24 October, 2015 at 10:10 Comments comments (48)

SpiceJet, the country's favourite low-cost carrier, achieved the highest Occupancy Rate of 93% for the month of September 2015. This is the sixth consecutive month that the airline has topped the charts in terms of Occupancy Rate. It is also the fifth consecutive month that SpiceJet has maintained an Occupancy Rate of over 90%, a feat unparalleled among its peers.


The airline has also remarkably bettered its OTP (On Time Performance) over the past few months and its OTP fo...

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Deals of the day 23th Oct, 2015

Posted on 22 October, 2015 at 11:45 Comments comments (1)

Hi All,

Hope you all had a good holiday yesterday and also global market did pretty well because of US data and ECB’s Draghi hints at more QE in December. As this is the good news for Equity asset class hence all the major indices went up significantly as there will be more liquidityo the come into the system. And this makes Euro weaker against the US dollar so people who have shorted EUR/ USD last week or earlier this week are at good profit  as we too had also shorted EUR/U...

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Deals of the day 20th Oct, 2015

Posted on 19 October, 2015 at 15:15 Comments comments (79)

Buy Rane Brakes @315 for the target of 375 rs in short term

Buy Kitex Garment between 800-820 rs for the short term target of 900+

And Buy SKS Microfinanc by between 445 to 460  for the target of 500 to 550 in short term.

as these stocks are on the verge of breakout and with their decent quarter result it got the trigger as well. So recommending buy for these stocks.

Kitex Garment:

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Deals of the day 19th Oct, 2015

Posted on 19 October, 2015 at 0:00 Comments comments (39)

Buy Spicejet @ 45 target 76 rs for coming 3 months.

Buy Repro [email protected] 450 Target 500 rs in few weeks.

Buy CCL Product @ 220 Target 280 rs in short term.

Buy Jet Airways @ 396 Target 450 rs in few weeks.


Happy Investing

Important Points About Stock Investing!!!

Posted on 17 October, 2015 at 7:55 Comments comments (65)

The Ten Most Important Points about Stock Investing:


1. You`re not buying a stock; you`re buying a company.


2. The primary reason you invest in a stock is because the company is making a profit and you want to participate in its long-term success.


3 If you buy a stock when the company isn`t making a profit, you`re not investing — you`re speculating.


4. A stock (or stocks in general) should never be 100 percent o...

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