Investment in shares


RAJESH KOREPU (Audit Executive)     10 December 2009

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Hi every body I'm new to invest in the share market and i want  the detailes to invest in share market.

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SHAYVIDZ Academy (Mentor at SHAYVIDZ Academy)     10 December 2009

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Rajesh,

 

U can also make an ID in http://moneybhai.moneycontrol.com/ for learning..

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YOGARAJ   10 December 2009

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thanks for sharing !!

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Ramalingam K (Founder & Director - Holistic Investment Planners (P) Limited)     20 May 2014

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How to Invest in Stock Market - Long Term and Short Term?

Investing long term in stocks looks like a conservative mode of managing money. Is this a right statement? Will I lose my money by investing short term on the stock market? Do I reap the ‘real’ benefits with short term stock investments? Do you have such questions running in your mind all the time and in turn you move away from investing in the stock market? If so, you are reading a right material here.

 

http://www.holisticinvestment.in/longterm-shortterm-investing

 

 

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Ramalingam K, MBA, CFP,

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Holistic Investment Planners

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Divyanshi Sharma (Financial Adviser)     28 December 2018

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They tend to outperform government bonds, corporate bonds, property and many other types of asset. Share prices can go down as well as up so buying shares is not without risk, but over the long term, they can generate good returns. ...Investors may buy shares specifically for income.


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