Why Do Few Investors Make Most Of The Money In The Stock Market?

Why Do Few Investors Make Most Of The Money In The Stock Market?

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  • ahmad        
    Durgaprasad Dixit
    nov 22,2017 at 10:06 - Reply

    I am small investor and frequent visitor on site of stock axis and user of stock axis app must say that stock axis is having most dedicated research team with honest opinion .the articles and blog are really inspiring in the age where every morning you will receive the SMS regarding doubling your money in 5 trading session .stock axis in really trust worthy .after reading and checking the app of stock axis I must say the perception of investment change for me.

  • ahmad        
    may 27,2017 at 02:01 - Reply

    i really agree with this encourage small investors

  • ahmad        
    jan 20,2017 at 04:00 - Reply

    I really love this point.it can help me my selection.

  • ahmad        
    jan 17,2017 at 03:34 - Reply

    Very nice & encouraging for small investors not "traders".

  • ahmad        
    Raghul krishnan
    jan 09,2017 at 11:42 - Reply

    Patience and consistent investing for the long term will yield multiple returns as mentioned in the article. But the real struggle is finding the stock at the right bargain price. How to make out whether the particular stock is trading at cheap valuation? An article about this would benefit your followers in an immense way!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ()

  • ahmad        
    jan 08,2017 at 08:36 - Reply

    BTW I understand your point on high P/E ratios. They are justified if the company does achieve a huge increase in earnings, but the point is that of risk. At such high P/E ratios if the slightest thing goes wrong the stock price will immediately come down by a large percentage, Thus it is a matter of risk to take for the reward. It is not only the reward that you have to look at.

  • ahmad        
    Ramesh Kumaar
    jan 08,2017 at 02:01 - Reply

    A very nice article. You have correctly mentioned about the weekly day 9.15 A.M. syndrome, the urge is there to switch on the TV and channel surf, the business channels, and of course buy something the expert recommends. You are also right that most of these experts either give a rosy picture when the markets are up and predict doomsday when the markets are down. A perfect example is during Brexit a leading commentator mentioned that it will take a very long time for the markets to come up, and of course everybody knows what happened.

  • ahmad        
    D D Kochar
    jan 07,2017 at 12:30 - Reply

    Patience is a virtue which very limited humans posses in this world. Warren Buffet's advice is most pertinent not only in dealings of stock exchange but in any sphere of activity. By the way,i read another article with a similar theme 'Perceived threat vs Actual Threat' in stocks. Articulation was differrent but idea was the same.

  • ahmad        
    jan 06,2017 at 09:04 - Reply

    I agree to Warren buffets quotes, but I need small clarification as to whether such patience is equally applicable to aged retired small inverters, who expects monthly income for his and his partner survival. I am one such small inverters fall on the line. I shall much oblige if something positive reply received from you sir. Thank you with regards.

  • ahmad        
    jan 06,2017 at 07:56 - Reply

    How much ur investors earned in 5 yrs. Some time in long run stock reduce to 1/10th. Like steel shares after 2008. Now tech shares. AMBANI SHARES . HOW MUCH u charge for 1yr. Monthly how many shares u recommend

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jan 07,2017 at 03:34

      Hello Mr. Goyal,

      We can surely assist you with your inquiries. Our advisor will get in touch with you shortly. You can also refer to our performance page (click here) for the same.

      Also, one should always focus on the industries in trend during stock selection, apart from the fundamental and technical factors required for stock selection. Steel being under the hammer for quite some time now, one can avoid such companies and focus on sectors like Dyes & Pigments, Paper & Paper Products, Chemicals, etc. You can find the top 10 industries here (click here).

      Happy Investing!

  • ahmad        
    K K SHAH
    jan 06,2017 at 07:51 - Reply

    This is perfect advise for investors . Sound business stocks, patience , using long term investments as fix deposits and no greed is the key for success .

    • ahmad        
      Team StockAxis
      jan 07,2017 at 03:28

      Hello Mr. Shah,

      We are pleased to see that you liked the article. You can also read ‘P/E Ratios: Look at them Like an Analyst!!!’ (click here) and ‘When To Buy A Stock - The GREAT PARADOX!’ (click here) for further insights into investment methodologies. Hope you find them useful!

      Till then, Happy Investing!