Something like a nationalised bank will help your cause since their lending rates are way below what private banks have on offer.
To quote an example, for a loan under 20 lakhs, someone like HDFC will quote about 11.75% currently, whilst Bank of Baroda will quote a max of about 10.50%...
I've bin thru the first four installments and they seem just fine. To the point and not too theoretical. I think its a great start.
Wil post my candid views for you out here, as I move onto the better stuff on your portal ...... n yes, Welcome to the Forum :-)
It wouldn't hopefully be totally outta place for me to quote my pretty association with Ventura Securities so far. I have had only excellent service from them.
I recommend them as strongly as any other.
a. Good service.
b. No dedicated RM, but you have someone you can call...
Thanks for takin a lotta pain in describin the Settlement Cycle .... I had tht part covered ... but a little bit of clarification/ confirmation of my understanding is always called for and in order :)
Having understood all of this, what does the Settlement Date specify? THis is because I made...
Alright ...... these should have the company well up from whatever levels it is currently enjoying ..... I hold a stake too and am hopeful of the uptrend which is nonetheless gonna b thr because of the strong fundamentals and expected positive Q3 results .....
However ..... wat I was asking...
I am sorry but I don't follow .... atleast not yet :)
Supposing I see the Settlement Date stated as 22/01/2007 for 50 Shares of Ispat traded that day or a day back, does it mean that my Demat account was given delivery of those shares on the 22nd?
Payin/ Payout are unfamiliar terms for me...
I have a query on Contract Notes.
I receive one as per the T+2 settlement system. Say I buy shares today, I get a Contract note confirming Delivery the day after the next.
Now, a couple of terms in there: Trade Date, & Settlement Date
I understand the Trade Date to be the...
I don't presume you'd imagine we'd b making fun if it were half as decent a question, would we?
For people who don't get it ..... so far ........ no you cant buy stocks with credit card. There is no system in place for you guys to do such a thing.
Any other "fake boob" question or something?
That indeed is sad! I can't say much for it except that your friend may have to speak to their top bosses (someone from a managerial cadre) and threaten legal action through means of a consumer court or something. Has he taken recourse to something of this sort?
I think I might have someone in DSJ Mgmt who can possibly look into this ..... but then again its something you are bound to face with any magazine vendor whose subscription you have bought. I used to face this same scenario with Reader's Digest
It just turns out that these guys have poor...
I think its all a matter of trusting your own judgement and sensibilities; which I feel is apparently lacking.
Guys, he is not making or running the market for that matter. Give him a break. Do you fancy someone can exactly predict what will happen globally and how these cues affect our Stock...