Nifty50 At 9150!!! But Do These 'Levels' Actually Matter?

Nifty50 At 9150!!! But Do These 'Levels' Actually Matter?

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  • ahmad        
    Bunty patil
    jul 28,2017 at 11:43 - Reply

    I am interested

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jul 31,2017 at 06:35

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    Hansa Thakkar
    jul 28,2017 at 06:34 - Reply

    We totally agree on your view of market.

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    G.B.Nadgir.
    jul 28,2017 at 11:53 - Reply

    What is the techniclal and fundamental of Indian Hotels future prospects?

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      Team StockAxis
      jul 31,2017 at 06:37

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    Group Captain DV Arora VSM Veteran
    jul 27,2017 at 09:46 - Reply

    excellent.......

  • ahmad        
    gangadhar
    jul 27,2017 at 08:31 - Reply

    i was thinking market i is expensive and correction will come , thanks for your analysis , hope i receive these sort of awareness and alertness in future .

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    SK THKAUR
    jul 27,2017 at 01:22 - Reply

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      Team StockAxis
      jul 27,2017 at 03:51

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    Rajender Kumar Gaur
    apr 22,2017 at 05:39 - Reply

    A very good article indeed. But problem with me is that of my age group. I am around 67 yrs of age. Is it advisable to dribble in equities at this age or limit my exposure to FDs/NCDs etc. or to MFs maximum? Pl advise.

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    sourav mahajan
    apr 21,2017 at 09:23 - Reply

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      Team StockAxis
      apr 21,2017 at 10:45

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    Giri
    apr 20,2017 at 07:49 - Reply

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      apr 21,2017 at 10:22

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    dr. k. b. verma
    apr 20,2017 at 06:18 - Reply

    good article.

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    SANJIV MARATHE
    apr 20,2017 at 03:46 - Reply

    Great!!!! You are looking at companies with sound management prospects so why worry where the nifty is!!!!!

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    Vinay
    apr 20,2017 at 01:46 - Reply

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      apr 20,2017 at 04:00

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    Neville KOOTAR
    apr 08,2017 at 06:23 - Reply

    Love this write up, superb, touched my heart.

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    Ashok Wadhavkar
    mar 19,2017 at 02:57 - Reply

    Good article thanks

  • ahmad        
    Kekin Shah
    mar 18,2017 at 07:40 - Reply

    Super Article....right on the target as far as Retail Investors like me are concerned.

  • ahmad        
    Manish
    mar 18,2017 at 09:47 - Reply

    Excellent knowledge

  • ahmad        
    MANOJ THACKER
    mar 17,2017 at 10:48 - Reply

    Good article. Enlightening. Going through it made me look into the market with a new perspective--that of ignoring the level of index while investing in a well-researched stock. The logic given of getting rewarded in the long term due to growth in the economy is also sensible. Keep up the good work of educating investors. Thank you .

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 12:58

      Hello Mr. Manoj,

      You mentioning the fact that it is wise to bank on the growth story of our economy alongside buying companies with a long term horizon, as long as valuations are justifiable, is spot on! The theory is very simple - If the company has a sustainable and a growing business model, nothing can stop it value from appreciating. Yes, market sentiments might sometimes stop the stock price in its tracks, but it only enables the price to bounce back with even more momentum, when the sentiment changes, and everyone knows how frequently market sentiments change.

      Also, it is our goal at StockAxis to enable all our readers and subscribers to make informed investment decisions. Do let us know if you have any other queries related to the market, we'll be happy to assist you.

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    umeshgiri m goswami
    mar 17,2017 at 10:35 - Reply

    given me one call in long turm invest

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 01:04

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  • ahmad        
    Gopal
    mar 17,2017 at 08:25 - Reply

    After seeing below 7k nifty, now 9k appears like bubble. India will go LS poll in 2019. I do not feel that Nifty can stay above 10k in any case. the retracing to 8k in 2018 is sure. I do not think it is time to buy long lead for long perid Equity . Ok good stocks are always good one should only bank on very large cap Good stocks of MCap more than 1 Lakh cr Makt. Mind it the current market levels of Nifty /Sensex are not safe not good for small investors. If you want to make money wait for low levels and than exit and then repeat the cycle but never quit.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 01:58

      Hello Mr. Gopal,

      Thank you very much for sharing your views with us; they're highly appreciated.

      Sir, it is never possible to time the market as a whole. When Nifty50 reached 6830 levels during the previous budget, everyone expected 6000 levels or even worse. In fact, no one even expected such a huge downside until they saw the same. When Nifty started declining from the 8500-8600 levels, for some, the apt level was 7800, for some 7500 and so on. So it can never be predicted. Then when the index changed its direction, everyone started expecting 8000. Now that it is 9150, there is a feeling of overvalution among a lot of investors. In the entire process, never ever can one catch the accurate levels of the market to invest, say in a particular company.

      It always depends on the company's business model and its fundamentals and nothing else. Sure, the market levels can influence stock prices, but they should only be used to add more of the now-cheaper yet the same business model.

      And yes, you are spot on with the fact that one should never quit the market, because it is a proven fact that no other financial instrument can every give such stellar returns if invested wisely. Looking forward to hearing more on this from you.

      Happy Investing.

  • ahmad        
    Siddharth Mehta
    mar 17,2017 at 04:18 - Reply

    If you timed Eicher correctly in the last year or two you would get 15K going to 25K. If you mistimed you get 21 going to 25. One returns 67% while the other returns 19%. Agreed that you cannot get perfect timing but even if one gets 40% it is twice better than 19%. There is no question that good companies if bought at REASONABLE valuations are a great investment. However, when the market falls, the valuations in companies like Eicher Bajaj FinS Maruti etc. become reasonable. So actually a market fall only proves your point only that investments must be made at reasonable valuations. I'm not sure what you have against better valuations. In mid caps the prices fall a lot, say by 40% during a fall. So your Rs. 100 becomes Rs. 60. If the price then reaches 200 as you projected, you have made 100% gain while the person buying on the fall made 230% gain. More than double. Secondly, companies like Eicher Motors HDFC etc are to be bought for a long term holding say 10 years or more. Thus these are to be bought in a fall only. Mid caps that may rise quickly can be bought at any time. Hence, companies that are expected to move should be bought immediately. Stable companies like HDFC should be bought cheaper. This is because if you buy it at 1000 and it goes to 10,000 in 20 years then you made 10 times. But if you bought at 700 and it goes to 10,000 then you made 14 times your money That is 40% better! Finally if there is a 2 year bear market then your average return per year will fall even more if you bought at a peak. No doubt, in a rising country like India, all sins are washed away. But why to sin? Buy blue chips on a fall. For midcaps that are going to move, buy now.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 03:21

      Hello Mr. Mehta,

      Thank you very much for writing to us and sharing your views on the article. Firstly, you are absolutely spot on with the all the numbers that you've mentioned in your comment. This is what we would like to add:

      Consider the example of Eicher Motors, that you've mentioned in your comment. When Nifty50 made its then high of 8000 back in September 2014, it can be said that it was one of the merriest runs that investors had ever witnessed. Eicher Motors was trading at Rs. 10200 levels during the time. From 4600 levels in January 2012 to 8000 levels in close to 34 months, Nifty50 gave an almost 75% return, which was phenomenal. But, as against this 75%, Eicher Motors gave a stellar 560% gain in the same period.

      Hence, Eicher Motors, from Rs. 1500, moved to Rs. 10200 in just 34 months. If we would have applied the approach of playing the waiting game here, it would only have made Eicher grow by another 50% in the next 18 months. Now, Rs. 15000 would seem even more pricey and eventually one would have to let go of buying that company, only to see it at Rs. 25000 i.e. another 67% gain in 12 months.

      The bottom line here is, if one would have waited for the correct price at Rs. 1500, he/she would have missed out on a 1565% gain. So, if Rs. 1500 was justifiable but pricey, one can always start adding in smaller quantities and be confident on his/her research. If the price goes down (due to market sentiments), it is as good as a pure bargain.

      Same is the thing now; a lot of investors feel that 9150 is not justifiable and one should wait for a correction. Yes, that is a reasonable theory, but all that matters is what is the right price of a company according to your research. If you feel that the stock (a well researched and a growing company) is trading at reasonable valuation even at 9150 Nifty50 levels, you can always buy it. If sentiments somehow happen to take the price down, it should be used as an opportunity to complete your allocation target at a lower average price.

      Looking forward to hearing more from you, on this.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    CIGANDHI
    mar 17,2017 at 04:02 - Reply

    my view is that market will have buoyancy as no new capacity is being created, time will come when capacity will be exhausted and there will be shortages. govt must do something to create extra capacity ,as any new capacity establishment will take time. to day extra production is happening due to large capacity that was established in last two decade, it is also fact that there were many who suffered , and till extra capacity is establish market will grow on its own with less competition, until mismanaged by by promoter or who ever handling. India is huge market and with growth of population and more money in hands of people demand will be there. only point arises you have to find right sector and right company.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 01:43

      Hello Mr. Gandhi,

      It is absolutely correct that India is a huge market, with one of the highest growth potentials in the world. And as a growing economy, demand is also set to increase.

      Hence, being a part of one of the brightest spots of growth on our globe, investments in the right companies with sustainable and growing business models, managed by the right people is the key to making some handsome money in the long term.

      Also, do not miss out on New Products and New Management - How do they facilitate stock price movements? for further insights on investment methodologies.

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  • ahmad        
    ANIRUDH
    mar 17,2017 at 02:20 - Reply

    Best article as always & we learn a lot from each article we read. Thanks a lot sir for making us understand the power of investing in equities.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 18,2017 at 01:12

      Hello Mr. Anirudh,

      We are very happy to see that you've been a consistent reader of our blog and have benefited from the same. At StockAxis, it is our goal to enable all our readers and subscribers to make informed investment decisions. Do let us know if you have any other queries related to the market, we'll be happy to assist you.

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    Vishwajitchandra
    mar 16,2017 at 11:28 - Reply

    Super

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 17,2017 at 12:10

      Hello Mr. Vishwajitchandra,

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    Anil Grover
    mar 16,2017 at 10:58 - Reply

    When MKT goes up two days experts predict sensex going 40000, when mkts fall they warn doom. SIP is a good method to go after a good stock. I have success fully done that. The idea is excellent for long term investors & not for traders.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 17,2017 at 01:06

      Hello Mr. Grover,

      That is exactly the case with the financial press all over the globe. Its actually quite simple - it is their job to follow the news, not make them. What makes news is the companies and their performances and that is exactly what you should focus on.

      As mentioned in all our blogs, making serious money in stock market only boils down to research and nothing else. And once the research process has generated that 'one company' for you, it becomes your job to back your research and accordingly take positions. And why not, as long as the company is available at attractive valuations and you are not over exposing yourself to the company, it always remains a BUY.

      Happy Investing!

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    Dr. Bhanwar Singh Rana
    mar 16,2017 at 09:56 - Reply

    Dear sir, I appreciate your confidence for courageous encouragement to investors. I do believe in your contention as I have seen sensex moving from.256 to about 30000 and small companies becoming gaints. If one can find such businesses and invest in them, heay become Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and Warren Buffett. Thank you for enlightening.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 17,2017 at 12:50

      Hello Mr. Rana,

      You've been spot on with the fact if one can find correct businesses and go long in them, he/she are bound to make money. It all boils down to one simple thing - research.

      Also, we are happy to see that you've been following our blog on a regular basis and hope it has helped you make informed investment decisions.

      Looking forward to hearing more if you, in case you have any queries related to the market.

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    Avinash Raut
    mar 16,2017 at 09:39 - Reply

    Good info and at right time. Thanks to Stockaxis.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 17,2017 at 12:15

      Hello Mr. Raut,

      Thank you very much for your remarks. We are pleased to see that you found our blog useful. And yes, it is our goal at StockAxis to help our subscribers make informed investment decisions and we'll be coming up with such articles on a regular basis.


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  • ahmad        
    M B AGRAWAL
    mar 16,2017 at 09:09 - Reply

    Indeed a good article to read.

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    Aktar Mallick
    mar 16,2017 at 09:05 - Reply

    Wow...what a article, we r simply motivated and taken lesson from it . Thank you very much for all your info and guidelines. Awesome 🙂

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 17,2017 at 12:30

      Hello Mr. Mallick,

      We are really pleased to see that you've found our read useful. Please do let us know in case you have any queries related to the stock market, we'll be happy to assist you. You can write to us at research@stockaxis.com or comment on the blog itself and we'll get in touch with you at the earliest.

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