Double Top And Double Bottom: The Ms and Ws you need in life!
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Double Top And Double Bottom: The Ms and Ws you need in life!

If you're reading this article, then you've definitely heard about the stock market. Many of you might have heard words such as scam, dangerous, or gamble used as synonyms for the stock market. Some of you believe it's true; we do too! (Just kidding!).

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The Stock Market Scams that shook the Indian Investors
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The Stock Market Scams that shook the Indian Investors

Let's Offend: "Congratulations! You are one of the lucky winners and just won a sum of ₹1,00,000. Fill out your Aadhar and Pan details below and claim your prize right now!" If you received this message on your phone, you would have clicked on the link, filled out the form and emptied your bank account in about a minute. Congratulations on getting scammed!

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Cryptocurrency vs Stock Market, more like Gamble vs Safe bet
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Cryptocurrency vs Stock Market, more like Gamble vs Safe bet

Warren Buffett, a veteran investor, quotes that one must never depend on a single source of income and must invest in multiple avenues to create a second source. With the pandemic, the financial uncertainties led to a boom in investing culture. Mid-aged individuals and veteran investors used to dominate this space. However, due to the pandemic, millennial and beginner investors aged 20 to 30 flooded into the trading and investing sector. It has become one of the most popular sources of income due to easy-to-use trading tools and a wide range of information available over the internet. A report by SEBI claims that the brokerage industry opened more than 1 crore new accounts in India, in 2021 alone. 

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Why are Cement Stocks falling?
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Why are Cement Stocks falling?

Cement is the binder that holds together all the other components of concrete, resulting in the strongest foundation for the construction sector. But it seems like the industry stocks are themselves getting down. 

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How Tata steel earned more profits than TCS?
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How Tata steel earned more profits than TCS?

We have always heard about the groundbreaking results of Tata Consultancy Services, like "TCS's net profit has grown by x per cent" or "TCS revenue went up by y per cent". TCS is the largest IT firm in India, and it could become the most valuable company in India. This is not far-fetched and is quite a possibility as it currently ranks 2nd on the list. 

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Top Fertilizer Stocks in India
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Top Fertilizer Stocks in India

The Agricultural industry has always been one of the largest employers in India. However, this industry is heavily reliant on fertilizers. Giving ‘Dugna Lagaan’ would have been child’s play for the farmers of the Bollywood blockbuster ‘Lagaan’ if only, along with using fertilizers, they also had the opportunity of investing in the fertilizer industry if it had been booming then the way it is now! 

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High ROE Stocks in India
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High ROE Stocks in India

As investors with a long-term investment horizon, it becomes crucial to understand company fundamentals. Doing so ensures a good return when it comes to your investment. There tend to be many parameters one may use to assess the firm. One key measure is called return on equity, or simply ROE. It is always favourable from an investor’s point of view to choose stocks that provide them with a high ROE.

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Fundamentally Strong Penny Stocks
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Fundamentally Strong Penny Stocks

Penny stocks, as the name implies, are the stocks accessible at low prices, have a low market capitalization, and are loved by aggressive investors for the belief that these stocks can provide huge returns in a short period of time. However, they are scrips that are not so easy to find. Furthermore, a fact that very few people realise, is that these stocks are beneficial not just for short-term investment. 

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What is Contrarian Investing?
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What is Contrarian Investing?

A popular dialogue from a Rajnikant movie, “Jhund me toh kutte aate hain, sher akela chalta hai”. Yes, that might be the ideology most contrarian investors believe in. Contrarian investing, as its name suggests, follows an investment strategy that runs contrary to the popularly used ones. It means buying assets at a time when others are panic selling it. 

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Top UPI Stocks in India
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Top UPI Stocks in India

When was the last time you went to your bank branch or used a check to pay someone? 

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Top 7 Textile stocks in India
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Top 7 Textile stocks in India

Why is everyone talking about the Indian Textile Industry?

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Top 5 Logistics Stocks in India
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Top 5 Logistics Stocks in India

Let's Offend: We have top 5 list of all kinds of stocks.  Aj humne logistics pe bhi bana lia 😛

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Bull Vs Bear Market- A Stock Market Concept Explainer
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Bull Vs Bear Market- A Stock Market Concept Explainer

Let's Offend: No matter whether you are bullish or bearish but if you are a trader then here is an update for you- 90% intraday traders loose money in the stock market. Thus, we recommend that you should stick to long term investing. 😛

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How & When Was Netflix Founded : Inspiring Story
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How & When Was Netflix Founded : Inspiring Story

We’ll make a guess about you right now, over here. So, if anytime in the next few days you will be stuck with a few strangers at a party or anywhere else, at some point in time, the conversation will shift to… the Netflix show you and those people are binging upon currently!

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Money Market vs Capital Market
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Money Market vs Capital Market

As the name implies, financial markets are a type of marketplace where you may sell and purchase assets such as bonds, shares, foreign exchange, and derivatives. They go by many names, including "Wall Street" and "capital market," yet they all mean the same thing. Simply explained, financial markets allow businesses and investors to raise funds to grow their operations or create more revenue. Maintaining and developing money are the two options for wealth management. It's difficult to know which course to take. Recent reports of rising inflation have made investors nervous.

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The Volatile Journey of SAIL Shares
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The Volatile Journey of SAIL Shares

SAIL made the rounds of various media outlets recently, and not for the greatest reasons. The stock has been highly volatile over the last few weeks. While this volatility is what gave the stock its 15 minutes of fame in recent times, these ups and downs are very in trend with how SAIL’s shares work. For over two decades (23 years to be precise), SAIL stock prices have been the reason for multiple heart palpitations and bouts of anxiousness for many investors.

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Top 5 Hotel Stocks in India
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Top 5 Hotel Stocks in India

What comes to your mind when you think about a luxurious hotel? The lavish rooms, state-of-the-art facilities, delicacies to savour, and…the huge hotel bill, right? Well, here’s a different perspective on a hotel. What if you invest in a hotel stock and earn enough profits to schedule a luxury vacation instead? Interesting, isn’t it? The prices of hotel stocks in India were on the slide due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the industry is reviving quickly!

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What is Scalping Trading?
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What is Scalping Trading?

Investing in the stock market is highly popular in India, with over 8.3 Crore individuals registered with depositories CDSL and NSDL for their Demat account. Stock market investing has become even more popular in the country since the COVID-19 pandemic when many people lost their jobs and had very few options left for earning an income. There are basically two types of individuals who put their money in the stock market: traders and investors. While traders aim to make quick gains with short-term holdings, investors add securities to their portfolios with a long-term view.

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