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A promoter of a company is a person who came up with the business idea and intending to build a company out of it. If… Read More »What is the Meaning of Promoters of a Company?
Nowadays, there are plenty of stock market courses available in the market. If you want to take the stock market as your career, you need… Read More »Top 5 Stock Market Courses for Beginner in India
Literally ‘Penny’ means a small sum of money. The term ‘Penny Stock’ almost bears the same meaning. There is no clear definition of these types… Read More »Penny Stocks Meaning and Best Penny Stocks of India
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So today’s topic is portfolio management with good value stocks. Here, I describe how efficiently you can build a Moneycontrol portfolio. We know that portfolio… Read More »Create a Moneycontrol Portfolio with Good Value Stocks
Muhurat Trading is an ancient tradition in the Indian financial market to embrace the goddess “Lakshmi” in our life. Traders or investors consider the day… Read More »Muhurat Trading in NSE 2019 Timings, Stock Picks, Tips
Previously we discussed normal candlestick chart pattern in our site but today we will cover another variety of candlestick pattern that is Heikin Ashi Candlestick… Read More »How to Trade with Heikin Ashi Chart Pattern?
Before the popularity of internet access, trading was carried by brokers manually. After the introduction of the internet, online trading came into the market. For… Read More »Top 7 Differences Between Online vs Offline Trading