From where to start investing?

#42
I think it all depends on you and your goals. What exactly are you looking for? Is it a long term scheme or short term? Just try your best to research and you will find out soon.
 
#43
I think it all depends on you and your goals. What exactly are you looking for? Is it a long term scheme or short term? Just try your best to research and you will find out soon.
 
#44
I think it all depends on you and your goals. What exactly are you looking for? Is it a long term scheme or short term? Just try your best to research and you will find out soon.
That's right! Research is what will help you find the best options. A trader should always be updated about the availabilities.
 
#45
First it is good to begin! Markets have a lot of potential and many opportunities to make money.

Few inputs from my side:
- Never rely on Tips or people/friends even relatives telling you "Trust me this share will double within 6 months"
- Don't believe SMS or unsolicited calls telling you we have a method to make money for sure with an amazing track records
- Study and learn how market is working
- Attend free or paid seminars to understand how to push an order, how to use a stop loss, how to read Research Reports, how to read Annual Reports etc...
- Never invest in a company if you don't understand the basics of its business model and products. You don't need to be an expert but you need to get what they are about and what is going to influence their activity
- Good company = the sector of activity is promising and growing, profit track record is good, the governance is solid and share price not too expensive. If you have all this, invest! Not easy to find but after market Covid 19 crash there is a number of companies having such a profile
- Don't rush. If you have 5 lakhs or any other amount to invest....take your time. Invest in steps over few months only when you are fully convinced that you found the right companies.
- Time is your ally. Be patient. If the companies you selected are good, overtime your return will good!

Enjoy investing!
 
#47
I think it all depends on you and your goals. What exactly are you looking for? Is it a long term scheme or short term? Just try your best to research and you will find out soon.
True, decide how much you want to gain and in what length of time, accordingly plan your investment. For most people, one very popular objective is how much they want to amass by the time they retire from work- that being said, as a general rule, aim to invest a total about 10-15% of your income each year for retirement.
 
#48
True, decide how much you want to gain and in what length of time, accordingly plan your investment. For most people, one very popular objective is how much they want to amass by the time they retire from work- that being said, as a general rule, aim to invest a total about 10-15% of your income each year for retirement.
Exactly we must have a long term vision of our very idea behind investing in these markets. Unfortunately many traders lay less focus on it.
 

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