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40. T A  Jan 24, 2011 9:04:17 PM IST Reply


I think investing now,in the 10 individual stock of CNX REALITY for equal amount is, the best time to invest in the reality sector. As this sector is near life time low so have good upside opportunity...
Expert Comments are Invited....
39. Gane  Jan 24, 2011 8:04:42 PM IST Reply

Like KK says,

we can watch manapuram tomorrow. Also sesagoa due to good results and cairn-vedanta deal. Not to forget sterlite (good numbers expected) as well as clearance on their long pending legal battle.

39.1. Durai Raj,Tirupur  Jan 24, 2011 8:23:58 PM IST

Gane and KK

Ok let's play carefully, as RBI's policy would impact more than that of companys results, so lets better avoid tomorrow...
39.2. Durai Raj,Tirupur  Jan 24, 2011 8:39:38 PM IST

SRS Real Infrastructure Ltd

Looking into the BSE website, it seems that the REAL estate company named SRS Real Infrastructure ltd, is to be listed tomorrow, but in 'T' group, so no one can do intraday, even if you do, will be gone to auction (i remember once before 2 months when zee learn was listed under T group and many done intraday unknowngly and lost huge because, the bought around 16 and sold at 17, but since it's T group, i heard from money control board that for them, the stocks were auctioned and bought for 100+, just calculate the loss...)
So it's dangerous, but we can buy and hold for few days if it also beaten down like Zee learn in listing since there is no circuit limit,

But since i am in room, i can't look at its annual reports (available in PDF formats only)as i am having only mobile now so Gane or KK can you please look and inform me about it's EPS, Revenue growth, etc...
38. KK Natarajan  Jan 24, 2011 7:48:57 PM IST Reply

I dont hold any of these stocks as I have very limited exposure in secondary market. I stopped accumulating after learning some hard lessons. Nowadays I buy, wait for 1 or 2 days for any news or results and sell even if it is at loss. I used to hold any share that went into loss not having the mind to accept loss, but more often than not I have seen them go down further.
37. KK Natarajan  Jan 24, 2011 7:43:50 PM IST Reply

I am not an expert to suggest as I am often losing while learning. I will buy Talwalkars and Thangamayil tomorrow. Idea celluar results seem to be above expectation. So we can watch that. I hold Manappuram, which posted a 24% increase in profit today. So if it goes up I will sell. I had bought Reliance 2 days back at 955. Though the results were good, it went into red today. I did BTST (or should I say BYST!) in BHEL.
36. A g pujari  Jan 24, 2011 7:36:39 PM IST Reply


What is price fixed for its proposed rights shares ? Any one knows ?
35. Durai Raj,Tirupur  Jan 24, 2011 6:40:35 PM IST Reply

KK & Gane....

Dear Gane and KK,

Do you have any result awaiting stock, for tomorrows intraday, as i had sold off some holdings to cover the debts in my account.

And here are some important stocks giving out results tomorrow...
Asahi India
Century Enka
Deepak Fert
Dr Reddys Labs
EIH Assoc Hotel
Essel Propack
Grindwell Norto
Guj Heavy Chem
Hyderabad Ind
Indiabulls Sec
Indian Metals &
J Kumar Infra
Nahar Spinning
Oriental Hotels
Sterlite Ind
Supreme Petro
Tata Sponge Iro
Usha Martin
35.1. Gane  Jan 24, 2011 6:52:46 PM IST

KK & Gane....

Durai Ayya,

Today it worked well with union bank as the result expectation is quite good. And it posted good results.

For tomorrow, I am little bit hesitant to say anything on any of the stocks. RBIs policy will have huge influence on the market tomorrow. So Sreedhar or KK can help us in picking the stock for tomorrow. Lets wait for their response.

34. Ravi, Bangalore  Jan 24, 2011 5:15:28 PM IST Reply

Stock Selection - Secondary Market

33. Vasudev

They appear in TV channels. Juhunjhunwala is a BULL & Shankar Sharma is BEAR.

Watch their comments. You will learn how to analyse stocks.
33. Vasudev  Jan 24, 2011 4:52:25 PM IST Reply

Seconadary Market Stock Selection

Hi Ravi,

Are there any websites where we can follow Rakesh Jhunjhunwala & Shankar Sharma for stock picks.

Is it
32. Ravi, Bangalore  Jan 24, 2011 2:13:24 PM IST Reply

Seconadary Market Stock Selection

24. BSN RAO / 2. Priya jain

For secondary market picks, watch Rakesh Jhunjhunwala & Shankar Sharma.

There are two aspects in investment- stock selection & timing. For stock selection, these gentlemen will pick for you. Eg: Delta Corp, VIP Industries, Tata Motors / Auto Sector (Shankar Sharma). Some people like Shankar Sharma & some people not- but, he got his calls right.

Regarding timing, don't buy when they appear in TV & ask you to buy. Even don't buy when TV anchors like Ashu, Udayan give tips. Wait for some corrections - buy in three instalements at every 15% correction in three instalments if they are Top-200 comapanies or buy in three instalments as & when stock corrects if they are mid-caps.

Always pick the sectors that are outperforming. In that, pick outperforming stocks. Don't pick underperformers. Stocks underperform because of obvious reasons. Common investors don't understand the reasons. Outperforming stocks outperform the markets for couple of years. Don't play for Rs.5 / Rs.10. Beggers play for small profits. When people play for small profits, they loose more than they make.
32.1. BSN RAO  Jan 24, 2011 7:01:22 PM IST

Seconadary Market Stock Selection

Dear ravi
your point is very correct and i will fallow the same.
31. d d  Jan 24, 2011 10:11:21 AM IST Reply


I have purchased from IPO. Though the company is having sound finances price is not picking up. Can anybody guide me whether to hold or sale. I am in position to hold for about a month.

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