shyam sundar (Article Assisstant) 04 August 2010
I am a new comer in trading shares, can some one suggest me the steps to identify the shares in which i can trade to get profits..
kindly say few shares which are good to invest for long term holdings..
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Harpreet (* * * * * *) 04 August 2010
You have to regular watch on the share market as well as overseas market. I would suggest you to watch TV Channel like Zee Business and NDTV Business etc. Waise now a days a programe is running in Zee business called icici sub broker challenge they offer 15 shres of the company in which u have to trade.
Keep Watch and stay updated and keep patience in long term also waise bhi market this time is in its peak.
Best of Luck
CA Himanshu Bansal (Risk Manager) 05 August 2010
Not always go by tips blindly..Have a short research abt any company which you want to enter....Set you time horizon..
Chk its basic fundamentals like EPS,P/E ratio, etc etc.. compare with its peers ..
An advice : Never enter any running stock..matlb, kabhi chalti bus mein sawar hone ki koshish mat karna...
Patience is also very important.You may not be able to take back your money when you need it.. Invest only sum ,which you can risk...
Good Luck .
hi , if u r a new comer in share market plz study well before u enter or invest in share market . watch CNBC or ZEE Business to learn more about share market.PLz try some practise trading offer by moneycontrol.com. for long term i recommand u to buy REC ,PFC,Engineer India,Yes Bank Discloser :- this all is subject to market risk.plz do study before any investment.
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