High Priced And Super High Priced Stocks – Don't Just Ignore Them...

High Priced And Super High Priced Stocks – Don't Just Ignore Them...

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  • ahmad        
    K.l.sharma
    mar 08,2019 at 09:23 - Reply

    Sir ,Thanks a lot .

  • ahmad        
    Ajay Kshirsagar
    feb 07,2019 at 10:02 - Reply

    I would appreciate if you can elaborate on where to get info on Equity Share Capital or it is available on the company site. Thanks for educating

  • ahmad        
    Nitin bochare
    dec 16,2018 at 12:43 - Reply

    Eye opener article

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      dec 19,2018 at 01:06

      Dear Nitin bochare,

      Thank you for visiting us and believing in us!

      We recommend you to also read following blogs.

      5 Rules to Deal With a Volatile Market

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    RK gupta
    nov 17,2018 at 08:20 - Reply

    Are you providing PMS services.AsI have lost huge money.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      nov 27,2018 at 10:56

      Dear RK gupta,

      We have forwarded your number to your assigned Relationship Manager. We will be in touch with you shortly.


      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Suresh
    nov 04,2018 at 03:02 - Reply

    I love to hold TCS and Infosys in my portfolio for long term. So I purchased TCS Qty 20 @ 2080, Qty 10 @2040, Qty 10 @ 1925. Infy Qty 10 @700, Qty 10 @ 664... I want add more of these shares to portfolio as the price is down ... is it good to have only these two shares in more number or better to diversify? ..... if not please suggest some best diversified shares with these for long term.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      nov 06,2018 at 01:01

      Dear Suresh,

      Sir, we have forwarded your query to your assigned RM. You will be contacted shortly with the resolution on your query.

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Hafizullah shaikh
    oct 05,2018 at 07:16 - Reply

    Thank you for your email

  • ahmad        
    KPRao
    aug 22,2018 at 05:01 - Reply

    Good analysis. Good rationality for investment in high priced stocks. Keep throwing light on value investments

  • ahmad        
    Mahendra
    may 09,2018 at 02:33 - Reply

    When a script is highly priced, the tendency to avoid them is partly Human nature. One gentleman advocated purchasing blue chips and holding them on real long term basis and also invest in scripts which are well managed, show consistent sales growth, capacity expansion, increase in ROE, increase in profits and prudent cost controls. Your article is well written and informative. Congratulations. Mahendra

  • ahmad        
    Abey Thomas
    apr 08,2018 at 01:07 - Reply

    excellent articles, for empowering this knowledge to investors

  • ahmad        
    Brijendra
    apr 05,2018 at 10:09 - Reply

    Very good analysis by u so thnks i am doing sort term so give me good tips and advice. A lot of thanks

  • ahmad        
    Virendra
    nov 14,2017 at 05:14 - Reply

    very useful information given by you. Thanks for the same.

  • ahmad        
    Apurva Sharma
    nov 08,2017 at 11:18 - Reply

    Great article and well presented . For someone who hasn't entered this market , this newsletter can be of great motivation since it reduces your fear and gives you a clear and basic understanding. Keep on the good work!

  • ahmad        
    Nagesh
    jul 02,2017 at 09:38 - Reply

    Very usefull article. I am planning long term investment in stocks. Thanks.

  • ahmad        
    Jinne
    aug 16,2016 at 01:45 - Reply

    Sir, This good information for investor and thanks for this pl. given any good idea for investment.

  • ahmad        
    pk
    aug 14,2016 at 10:44 - Reply

    sir i am short term invester which your service is good i donot hold longterm 5%to10 % return every stock .i exit

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      aug 16,2016 at 09:20

      Hello Mr. Vivek,

      Our advisor will get in touch with you shortly.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    sanjay gupta
    aug 12,2016 at 10:26 - Reply

    Its an eye opening and very informative article thanks stockaxis team

  • ahmad        
    Ramesh B Patel
    aug 03,2016 at 07:24 - Reply

    You are right, for high value stocks. But a small investor will afraid, if market goes down, because of high value, They will also react highly. Small investor will have less patience. All these will not have study of fundamentals. These are the problems with small investor. Otherwise your matter is very much useful. For example I had purchased shares of Eicher motor(10no.)(For this I had asked to you also). I actually I was thinking of long term for a period of 5/7 year, but sold it before three days with a consideration of buying at lower levels (22430/). What can be lower price at which one can enter?

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      aug 05,2016 at 11:56

      Hello Mr. Patel,

      If the market goes south, not only the high priced stocks, but almost all stocks start falling. And the notion that, the high priced ones are highly volatile is wrong.

      All stocks have different levels of volatility, some are very stable, some show fairly large price movements. But, end of the day, everything depends on the 'percentage fall' and not the 'price fall'. One needs to understand that a stock priced at Rs. 10000 will fall by Rs. 1000 (which seems to be huge) in case of a 10% fall. Similarly, a Rs. 10 stock will fall by just Rs. 1 (seems pretty ordinary) in case of a similar 10% fall.

      But what investors see is "1000>>>>1" and not "10%=10%". The overall stock value in either case is 10% down, doesn't matter what the price of the stock is.

      In case of Eicher Motors, you can enter the stock at Rs. 21780 levels and add more at Rs. 20150 levels. To know more, feel free to write to us at at research@stockaxis.com and we'll get back to you ASAP.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    RABINDRA
    jul 11,2016 at 06:21 - Reply

    Thanks. An eye opener.

  • ahmad        
    K.P.Janakiraman
    jul 08,2016 at 12:47 - Reply

    A good eye opener for investors The MRF example explains clearly.But where is the money for small players? It is fit for HNIs .Article is useful .

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 08,2016 at 02:03

      Hello Mr. Janakiraman,

      Thank you very much for your insights. Speaking on the second part of your comment which states "But where is the money for small players?", we would like to mention that an article has already been covered by us on how intraday trading is harmful for retail investors (click here for the link).

      But yes, considering pure investment into the picture, one can say that it is the only way, by the only way we mean one of the safest ways, to make money.Trading is betting on what other people are likely to do, whereas, investing is betting on what is company is likely to do. I'm sure, even you will agree on the part where we say that it is almost, well not even almost, it is completely impossible to predict and analyze what your fellow traders are thinking of doing, but it is definitely possible to analyze the company, meet the management and understand their capability and vision, which is where we come into the picture.

      Also, like Warren Buffet rightly says, "If A Business Does Well, The Stock Eventually Follows", we urge people to find and invest in businesses, and not the 'stock market'. Invest like you are investing in a private and not a listed one, and only then will you do your diligence at the best and actually make money, irrespective of your corpus amount. Hope that was useful.

      Do let us know if you would like us to solve any of your stock investment queries, we would love to assist you. Feel free to comment here or write to us at research@stockaxis.com and we'll get back to you ASAP.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    Satesh Kumar
    jul 03,2016 at 10:39 - Reply

    "Do not avoid the High priced stocks " was a real eye opener for me. The article was very informative and strikes at the fundamental psyche of every retail investor. Please keep posting such informative articles ...Thank your team for the fabulous work!!!

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 04,2016 at 09:49

      Hello Mr. Satesh,

      Thank you very much for your remarks, we are pleased to hear them. Also, we are happy to see that you have found this article useful.

      Feel free to contact us at research@stockaxis.com or give a missed call at +91-9773076000 in case you have any queries related to the stock market. We will be happy to assist you.

      In the meanwhile, dont forget to read Why Trade Intraday? Go To Las Vegas Instead!!! (click here) for further insights into investment methodologies.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    chirag vidja
    jun 23,2016 at 04:20 - Reply

    Dear sir. What are you show technical and fundamental in stock to buy time plz suggest

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jun 24,2016 at 11:44

      Hello Mr. Chirag,

      We can surely assist you with your queries. Our advisor will contact you shortly.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    Brito R. Fernandes
    jun 21,2016 at 03:51 - Reply

    Wonderful! I hope good people will learn from your article.

  • ahmad        
    Nitin62
    jun 18,2016 at 12:30 - Reply

    Thank you for excellent comments. You guys are just fabulous. I could just think of the stocks you have listed above but I was not aware such small cap but high priced unknown stocks so yes, you are absolutely right!!

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jun 18,2016 at 01:36

      Hello Mr. Nitin,

      Thank you very much for your remarks. We are pleased to hear them. Do let us know if you have any queries, we would be happy to solve it.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    Nitin62
    jun 18,2016 at 10:13 - Reply

    Very good analysis and eye opener. in fact in such situation by investing in high priced shares, you will not go wrong as they have been priced high, its bound go up!! its a time tested scenario where as for small priced shares, you may lose money!!

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jun 18,2016 at 11:39

      Hello Mr. Nitin,

      You are spot on with the first part, and to an extent with the second part also. But, if the stock price seems high, that doesn't mean that the company is good one, and by good one, I mean which will make your wealth appreciate, and not other factors.

      Consider examples of Bombay Oxygen Corporation Ltd (Trading at Rs. 5689.00 with a market cap of just Rs. 85.34 Crores), Kaycee Industries Ltd (Trading at Rs. 3000.75 with a market cap of just Rs. 19.05 Crores), etc. These companies trade at 'relatively' higher prices compared to most of the stocks, but do not have great fundamentals. Hence, irrespective of any price that the stock is trading at, you need to to analyze the fundamentals and then come up with a correct valuation.

      Also, don't forget to read New Products and New Management - How do they facilitate stock price movements? for further insights into investment methodologies. We would love to hear your feedback on the same.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    bipad taran laha
    may 21,2016 at 04:28 - Reply

    I interest your service(small investor)

  • ahmad        
    Jacob Thomas
    may 06,2016 at 05:52 - Reply

    It is inexplicable, but can't ignored, interesting

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      may 06,2016 at 06:15

      Hello Mr. Jacob,

      We are pleased that you found the article useful. Also, feel free to read P/E Ratios: Look at them Like an Analyst!!! for further insights into investment myths. We would love your feedback!

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    Vandana Srivastava
    apr 18,2016 at 10:15 - Reply

    This will convert a lay -man into a strong-sensed investor. It was an eye-opener to go through each one of them. Highly appreciate, the, knowledge bank opened to us! Happy investing .

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      apr 21,2016 at 11:34

      Hello Ms. Vandana,

      We are pleased to see that you found our blog useful. We'll be coming up with such research-backed articles on a regular basis.

      In the meanwhile, feel free to get in touch with us for any queries related to the stock market. We will be happy to assist you.

      Happy Investing!