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How to gain maximum profit??

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1How to gain maximum profit?? Empty How to gain maximum profit?? Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:50 pm

swan03


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Need your valuable comments.

2How to gain maximum profit?? Empty How to get maximum profits........ Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:45 pm

aship

aship
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Senior Equity Analytic
@swan03 wrote:Need your valuable comments.

High risk, High analysis, patience bom study silent cheers

3How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:53 pm

MarketResearch

MarketResearch
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Good timing.

4How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:49 pm

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
1. Use fundamental analysis to identify which companies' shares to buy; use technical analysis to decide when to buy and when to sell.

2. Listen to what people are saying, but do your own independent analysis.

3. Stick with your convictions. Just because your share price is on the decline does not mean that the company is in decline. ("If a business does well, the share price eventually follows.")

4. Small is beautiful: Smaller companies are more likely to be multi-baggers than bigger companies are.

5. Be an investor, not a trader: If you could afford to buy a particular company at its current market price, would you? If yes, buy the share. Else, don't.

6. Don't expect to reap a harvest immediately after sowing the seed. In this game, Patience pays - quite literally.

Happy Investing!

5How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:07 pm

godswen

godswen
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@Antonym wrote:1. Use fundamental analysis to identify which companies' shares to buy; use technical analysis to decide when to buy and when to sell.

2. Listen to what people are saying, but do your own independent analysis.

3. Stick with your convictions. Just because your share price is on the decline does not mean that the company is in decline. ("If a business does well, the share price eventually follows.")

4. Small is beautiful: Smaller companies are more likely to be multi-baggers than bigger companies are.

5. Be an investor, not a trader: If you could afford to buy a particular company at its current market price, would you? If yes, buy the share. Else, don't.

6. Don't expect to reap a harvest immediately after sowing the seed. In this game, Patience pays - quite literally.

Happy Investing!

Be an investor not a trader! Hi5!
Positive rep from me! Smile

6How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Be an investor, not a trader. Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:12 pm

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@godswen: Thanks!

For investors: It might be a good idea to keep 75% of your shares under the CDS locked balance facility. The remaining shares, you could trade with - to take advantage of short term movements. (Just a thought.)

7How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Wed Mar 30, 2011 11:30 pm

Meta Trader

Meta Trader
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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well i don't like to chase profits.

it is all about risk control . if u have a proper risk control strategy .......

enjoy the life .....

profits will follow you .........

don't be a slave to the profits .




8How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Thu Mar 31, 2011 9:54 am

2011_NewComer

2011_NewComer
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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@Antonym wrote:@godswen: Thanks!

For investors: It might be a good idea to keep 75% of your shares under the CDS locked balance facility. The remaining shares, you could trade with - to take advantage of short term movements. (Just a thought.)

Thanks for the explanation, your answers very helpful to new comers like me. so + rep

I have a question on this post. Please explain what you mean by ' It might be a good idea to keep 75% of your shares under the CDS locked balance facility.'


You mentioned in the previous comment 'use technical analysis to decide when to buy and when to sell.'... please give some guidelines on this, how to learn about technical analysis (it's mainly reading graphs right?)

Thanks Smile

9How to gain maximum profit?? Empty Re: How to gain maximum profit?? Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:08 pm

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
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@2011_NewComer wrote:Please explain what you mean by ' It might be a good idea to keep 75% of your shares under the CDS locked balance facility.'

You mentioned in the previous comment 'use technical analysis to decide when to buy and when to sell.'... please give some guidelines on this, how to learn about technical analysis (it's mainly reading graphs right?)

The CSE has recently introduced a facility whereby you have the option of 'locking away' your shares, if you do not intend to sell them in the near future. They are maintained in a 'locked account' in your name; I think it is a sub-account within the main account. For me, that's a good way to resist the temptation to sell. Check with your broker for details.

Yes, technical analysis involves reading charts and graphs. At one level, it is linked with behavioural science and is fairly reliable. However, it is NOT a substitute for fundamental analysis. I would suggest that you read up on the basics - on the internet, perhaps...?

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