Perceived Risk v/s Actual Risk Of The Market? Are You Getting It Right?

Perceived Risk v/s Actual Risk Of The Market? Are You Getting It Right?

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  • ahmad        
    S K Tapader
    feb 08,2018 at 06:07 - Reply

    Very good stuff. Certainly helpful. The writer deserves praise.

  • ahmad        
    Vikas sindalkar
    feb 08,2018 at 03:49 - Reply

    Really good article... Helps to invest for long term

  • ahmad        
    Mallikarjuna S
    feb 08,2018 at 01:00 - Reply

    Thanks for sharing good information.

  • ahmad        
    Sanjay Bejwani
    feb 08,2018 at 12:55 - Reply

    Amazing facts and very interesting article !!!! Kudos to Stockaxis Team !!!!

  • ahmad        
    Kekin
    feb 07,2018 at 11:35 - Reply

    Superb Article....to the point.

  • ahmad        
    Kamlesh Patel
    feb 07,2018 at 10:55 - Reply

    Great analysis for all facts and figure.... Keep going...thanx to stock axis

  • ahmad        
    G K RAGHAVAN
    feb 07,2018 at 08:37 - Reply

    Very useful informative article, thank you so much sir.

  • ahmad        
    Manish Srivastava
    feb 07,2018 at 12:34 - Reply

    Amazing information sir. Great article

  • ahmad        
    sathiya
    feb 07,2018 at 08:48 - Reply

    Let us all keep investing till we reach 13657 NIFTY

  • ahmad        
    SATHIYAMOORTHY T
    feb 07,2018 at 08:41 - Reply

    Excellent article with facts and figures.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:34

      Dear SATHIYAMOORTHY T,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!


      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

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    calaiselvi
    feb 07,2018 at 02:33 - Reply

    Very good article. Thumbs up to stock axis.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:35

      Dear calaiselvi,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Maxim
    feb 06,2018 at 11:22 - Reply

    Excellent analysis

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:35

      Dear Maxim,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

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    Ramesh Gundu
    feb 06,2018 at 10:50 - Reply

    Very good information.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:36

      Dear Ramesh Gundu,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

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    Bhalchandra sadashiv ranade.
    feb 06,2018 at 08:18 - Reply

    This is the time to invest more.

  • ahmad        
    Anirban Pal
    feb 06,2018 at 07:40 - Reply

    Very good and helpful article. Thanks to stock axis again

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:36

      Dear Anirban Pal,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    Madhav Nandurkar
    feb 06,2018 at 07:00 - Reply

    Ab. Aur. Kitna market tutega

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:48

      Dear Madhav Nandurkar ,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you for writing to us. If the Fed choose to hike the US interest rates, it will undoubtedly cause more volatility in the future but the fundamental factors suggest that we can continue higher, even if not in a straight line. That will create some good investment opportunities, but we must remember that ultimately corporate earning drives stock prices and this is still growing.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

  • ahmad        
    KPL
    feb 06,2018 at 06:38 - Reply

    This market may take a big fall and then recover wonderfully. The bigger problem is that it is fully dependent on the central banksters (the Big 4 - the Fed, ECB, BoJ, PBoC and the smaller 2 - SNB (how much have they lost in the last couple of days?) and BoE) working in tandem. Unless these central banksters, working in a coordinated manner as they have been doing since 2012,, come riding in, you can fully expect this market to completely breakdown. It is a market kept afloat by the central banksters and given the cowards they are they may well come running in now. But the question that remains is whether these central banksters can do it for ever. Are they really the ATLAS they think they are?

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    Azad
    feb 06,2018 at 06:24 - Reply

    Nic

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    Patel Parth Ashvinbhai
    feb 06,2018 at 06:08 - Reply

    Excellent article

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      feb 07,2018 at 10:39

      Dear Patel Parth Ashvinbhai,

      Greetings from StockAxis!

      Thank you so much for appreciating our article and happy to know that you found our article useful.

      Happy Investing!

      Regards,
      Team Stockaxis

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    Vivek kumar
    feb 24,2017 at 08:25 - Reply

    Very interesting informative and

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    F.C. Rustagi
    feb 16,2017 at 05:03 - Reply

    In your considered view presently stock market is in which state I.e. Anxiety, fear, excitement or euphoria? Pl. guide. Thanks.

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      mar 07,2017 at 06:13

      Hello Mr. Rustagi,

      The market has been consistently maintaining its growth phase for the past couple of months now. And just recently, one can say that it is in a consolidating phase, awaiting the election results and the Fed meet outcome.

      But fundamentally, one can see no visible market sentiment dampener and the companies have gained momentum in their paths to recovery and then growth. Hence, the market is looking forward to continuing its merry run, and as per the terminologies of the current blog, one can say that the market is in between "Optimism" and "Excitement", but more towards the former.

      Hope this helps. Also, don't forget to read our latest February 2017 newsletter (click here). Looking forward to hearing from you.

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    Ravi
    feb 16,2017 at 08:33 - Reply

    Such a brilliant write up..... It activates the brain.... Calculate before you leap. Thank you very much.

  • ahmad        
    ASHWIN SONETTA
    feb 15,2017 at 10:44 - Reply

    Very informative and enlightening article. Look forward to getting such articles which will help us become a well informed and smart investor.

  • ahmad        
    N K Handa
    feb 15,2017 at 09:41 - Reply

    Very informative article showing history of stock market.I am in this market as a long term investor which is also strategy of Stockaxis , it gives fantastic returns if invested with patience in diversified portfolio. Stock Axis has good strategy for investors.Good recommendations by Stock Axis.

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    BKSINGH
    feb 15,2017 at 08:39 - Reply

    Very good and inspiring article for novice Investor like me. I want to join your advisory services. Plz offer me membership at discounted price Rgds BKSINGH NTPC SINGRAULI

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    B.G.Upadhya
    feb 15,2017 at 08:20 - Reply

    Thank you for the topic. Well, please share some good companies stocks which you recommend to your clients.

  • ahmad        
    Nitin
    feb 15,2017 at 05:49 - Reply

    Very nice

  • ahmad        
    SUDARSHAN ARORA
    feb 15,2017 at 05:29 - Reply

    VERY EDUCATIVE FOR THE EQUITY INVESTORS

  • ahmad        
    Sunil Bhatia
    feb 15,2017 at 04:37 - Reply

    Dear sir Please send me good shares list to purchase Thanks SUNIL Bhatia Note_____ I am in dubai This Mobil will not work Only you can send me mail Thanks

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    C R sharma
    feb 15,2017 at 04:24 - Reply

    Interesting article. I feel most of the time when one acts in panic and by listening to the Advisers in the media , we end up doing wrong. Those who have patience and long term goal makes fortune .

  • ahmad        
    D D Kochar
    jan 04,2017 at 12:39 - Reply

    Very informative article, elucidites majority of stock market going ons. Devendra Kochar

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    Ganesh R
    jan 03,2017 at 12:38 - Reply

    Very clear and thought provoking article. It clearly explains the behaviour of the retail investors. I was carried away by the Euphoria in 2008 and got caught in junk stocks, which made me scared to enter the market to buy good stocks like MRF which was available at Rs.1600 . I regret my decision to this day.

  • ahmad        
    Ashok Wadhavkar
    jan 03,2017 at 12:33 - Reply

    The article increases inner strength & ambition . Thanks.

  • ahmad        
    Sunil Vishandas Tinani
    jan 03,2017 at 11:41 - Reply

    I'd buy into stocks that thrive on government spending. Examples: HCC, Himachal Futuristic, Aksh Optofibres, etc.

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    Raghul Krisnan
    jan 03,2017 at 10:47 - Reply

    Once again a worthwhile reading. But when you mention about the historical market crash historical graphs will be of immense help with precise market value. I insist giving more details in the form of charts to your valuable readers.

  • ahmad        
    ASHOK MUMBARADDI
    jan 03,2017 at 12:36 - Reply

    Thanks a ton for the insightful article. Got the message.

  • ahmad        
    Sunil Kumar Mandal
    jan 02,2017 at 10:04 - Reply

    Well written and informative . Easy to understand. There is one error viz. Dec 2016 KSE100: 4780.97 (47806.97).

  • ahmad        
    Ravi
    jan 02,2017 at 09:26 - Reply

    It gets too confusing for me sometimes..... sometimes feel like investing at this time....but then get frightened.

  • ahmad        
    Vijaykumar Deshmukh
    jan 02,2017 at 09:13 - Reply

    Excellent guidance for all types of investors.

  • ahmad        
    SATHIYAMOORTHY
    jan 02,2017 at 09:12 - Reply

    VERY USEFUL

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    M B AGRAWAL
    jan 02,2017 at 07:32 - Reply

    Very good article explained in simple words with real life example of equity market. This is indeed beneficial for the ignorant investors. Many many thanks for such efforts to educate the public.

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    Antony Alfred
    jan 02,2017 at 06:28 - Reply

    Good to read and act

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    Sanjay Bejwani
    jan 02,2017 at 06:26 - Reply

    Very well explained !!!!!

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jan 04,2017 at 04:34

      Hello Mr. Sanjay,

      Thank you very much for your remarks. We are happy to see that you found the article useful.

      Do let us know in case you have any queries related to the stock market, we'll be happy to assist you. Feel free to comment in the blog or write to us at research@stockaxis.com and our advisor will get in touch with you at the earliest.

      Happy Investing!