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1 Some Do's and Dont's regarding Stock Market on Tue 14 Jul 2009 - 13:35

Nidhin Das

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What you Must NOT Do in Stock Market

Don't panic: - The market is volatile. Accept that. Stay invested, if nothing has changed in the fundamentals of your Company.

Don't make huge investments: - when the market dips go ahead with buying stocks. But don’t invest in huge amounts. Buy when market has reached its lowest and sell when it is in peak. Pick a few stocks and invest them in gradually.

Don't chase performance: - stock does not become a good buy simply because its price has been rising phenomenally. Once investors start selling, the price will drop drastically

Don't ignore expenses: - When you buy and sell shares, you will have to pay a brokerage fee and a Securities Transaction Tax. This could nip into your profits specially if you are selling for small gains (where the price of stock has risen by a few rupees).

What You Must Do in Indian Stock Market

Get Rid of the Junk: - Any shares you bought but no longer want to keep? If they are showing a profit, you could consider selling them. Even if they are not going to give you a substantial profit, it is time to dump them and utilise the money elsewhere if you no longer believe in them.

Diversify: - Don't just buy stocks in one sector. Make sure you are invested in stocks of various sectors.
Also, when you look at your total equity investments, don't just look at stocks. Look at equity funds as well.
To balance your equity investments, put a portion of your investments in fixed income instruments like the Public Provident Fund, post office deposits, bonds and National Savings Certificates.
If you have none of these or very little investment in these, consider a balanced fund or a debt fund.

Believe in your Investment: - Tread cautiously. Invest in stocks you truly believe in. Look at the fundamentals. Analyse the company and ask yourself if you want to be part of it.

Stick To your Strategy: - If you decided you only want 60% of all your investments in equity, don't over-exceed that limit because the stock market has been delivering great returns.
Stick to your allocation.

Soundharya


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^^ That was simply amazing. Thank you sir

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