Invest regularly for long term

Blog meant for 14 Feb 2018 Wednesday

Dear friends,

Indian markets are acting like a see-saw in the last few days. It is going up on one day and falling on the next day. Since global cues were positive on Monday, Nifty went up by 85 points. European markets and US markets are mixed tonight. Hence, as of now, it looks like our markets may be quite flat.

But generally it is expected that markets will be weak from now on since major global markets have already seen a 10% fall from its peak and our markets have seen around 5% fall so far and hence scope for further fall is there.

The analysis for Short term as per technical analysis is as follows:

Nifty is in Don’t Buy zone.
The indications for individual stocks are –

THE HOLDS ARE- TCS

DON’T BUY – HINDALCO, ASIAN PAINT, TITAN, MARUTI, VEDANTA, M&M, HDFC BANK,  SBI

SELL – INFOSYS, ITC

WAIT TO BUY – RELIANCE INDUSTRIES, YES BANK, HDFC, AXIS BANK

There are no fresh buy indications for short term as of now. Do not be impatient and buy unnecessarily for short term until Buy indication arises.

Only invest for long term in only the bluechip companies suggested in the Workshop.

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During the last few days, especially after the recent market fall, we have been getting regular emails from our past Graduates asking us for help and advice on what to do about a particular company they have invested in.

What we have noticed is that they have invested in some unknown or small company and that company’s business and share price has collapsed and now they are in a situation of making a huge loss if they sell.

Interestingly, these Graduates state that they have now learnt a lesson and state that they made a mistake by not investing in bluechip companies suggested in the Workshop. These kind of losses occur mainly due to investing in companies which are NOT fundamentally strong and hence when markets fall, such companies fall much more than good companies.

We mention in our blog everyday to invest only in bluechip companies suggested in the Workshop but most times it looks like people like to ‘experiment’ with their money and want to learn lessons only after they personally lose money.

There is a famous saying which is very apt for such situations –

“Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.”

When we teach many things in our Workshop, we might have made some mistakes on our own and some we would have learnt from the mistakes of others. But our Graduates get a huge benefit of learning from other’s mistakes and they should make best use of the wisdom and knowledge so that they do not make the same mistake in their own lives.

All the best!

Dr.Bharath Chandra and Rohan

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(The above comments are only the personal views of the authors of this blog. Please do your own research before taking any investment decisions. The reader of this blog must understand and take full responsibility for the Profit or Loss made by taking actions based on the above views)

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Dr. Bharath Chandra

Hi there! This is Dr. Bharath Chandra & Rohan, International Trainers & Success Coaches. We have addressed more than a crore people on Stock Market, Personality Development, Wealth Management and Financial Planning over the past 35 years.

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