do you rely on suggestions received from experts or do you do a research of your own independent of any influence???
No, Never, What ever These expert says Stock perform Opposite.
Yes, I do my own Research after Selecting any Stock.
2.Delivery % at Present
3.Mutual funds Holdings in stock
4.FII & DII Activity in That stock.
5.Shareholder who is buying who is selling.
6.See the Stock price Movement on chart on my setup of Moving averages & Other Indicator.
The only thing You can Trust in Stock market is The DATA, DATA, & DATA this is your only Eye & Ear in Stock market.
(I don’t Invest in Long Term)
One Smart way to select shares is by watching what the BIG brothers in the Western World are doing in our Indian market.
Avoids the inconvenience of you having to do your own research late through the night.
FII’s do their research with analysts and algorithms smarter 100 times better than the ones we find on our own television media.
To follow what these FII’s are doing , track their Master plan and follow it:
The data gets updated every quarter, check the new data by the second week of every new quarter.
Be SMART, be a cuckoo and lay your eggs in the crow’s nest. And allow them to hatch it for you.
Can we copy their investment ideas without doing our own research?
Track this for this Quarter and decide for yourself:
thanks @portfolioplus911 will check this
Let me Tell you one thing. I think most of the people know this.
FII & DII are very smart they Enter in any stock very smartly at a very Good price.
Now, A question Arises? When They Exit?
Very simple They create a Hype in market And Retail Investors Start buying that stock And Create Volume & Liquidity for FII & DII exit and Retail Investor Thinks the Stock will go up but They don’t know stock has already came far away and beyond their imagination and FII & DII exit smoothly by Booking Huge Profit. (And Bacha kuch Retail Investor apas me lad jhagte rhte hai )
Considering the LTCG benefits, the are more likely to stay with it for a year.
Even I was having this question in my mind.By the time the holdings data comes into public there can be a significant run-up in prices.
how long after FII have invested that info is made public??
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