Markets inching to high levels

Session on One Time Investment in Stock Markets (Ignore if already registered by email)

(Special Session ONLY for graduates of
Dr.Bharath Chandra’s Stock Market Workshop)

Session will be predominantly conducted in Kannada

Dear Friends,

We hope and presume that you have been investing on a monthly basis for long term in Stock Markets to save money for various events of your life such Children Education & Marriage, Retirement etc.

However, many of you may have some lumpsum amount as savings which you would like to invest for long term as one time Investment.

We are conducting a Special Session highlighting the efficiency of One Time Investment for long term and practically invest a Lumpsum amount in the Stock Markets in already researched and time tested bluechip companies.

For example, an investment of Rs.12.60 lakhs made around 17 years back in Jan 2000 as One time Investment in selected bluechip companies suggested by us, has grown to Rs.7.16 crores in June 2017. This works out around 24% p.a. average returns without attracting long term capital gains tax.

A lumpsum One time investment in Stocks of Rs.1,20,000 when a child is 3 years old will approximately make the Professional education like Engineering and the Marriage of the Child Free.

The topics of the Special Session will be as follows:

  • Which is more profitable – One time Investment or SIP (monthly basis)

  • How to Practically Plan & Invest Lumpsum Amount for Children Education & Marriage

  • How to Invest for Your Retirement

  • How long you need to wait to get fool-proof Positive Gains from Stocks

  • How to Monitor your Portfolio periodically (once in 3-6 months) to ensure continued profitability.

In case you already have a demat account, you can invest the Lumpsum amount through the same account. If you do not have a demat account, required assistance will be provided.

Date – 9 July 2017 (Sun)

Time – 6.10 pm to 8.00 pm

LAST 23 seats are available for the Session.

Normal Fees – Rs.400/-

Special Fees – Rs.200/- (Only if Paid on 9 July at 5.30 pm)
(Please note the Spouse is allowed Free).

Please note that this Session will not be repeated and hence do not miss this Session.

Who is Eligible to attend this Session?

Past participants of our Stock Market Workshop who already have a demat account and have started investing.

You must strictly carry your registration card/ name badge or study material given to you when you attended the Workshop.

Guests or general public are not allowed for this Session


Blog meant for 7 July 2017 Friday

Dear friend,

Nifty had a good rally today but towards the last one hour profit booking took place and finally closed 37 points higher. Markets closed higher and almost touched life time high inspite of global cues being negative. As of now also, global cues are all negative tonight. We have to see if markets turn negative tomorrow due to the profit booking and weak global cues.

The indications as per technical analysis for short term are –

Nifty is Hold zone. The indications for individual stocks are –

THE HOLDS ARE – DIVISLAB,  ITC, Titan, Maruti, Yes Bank, Reliance, HDFC

Sell – Axis Bank (Last few chances, Axis Bank has been going above red line and then quickly showing Sell indication. This is mainly because its financial results are currently little weak due to bad loans and hence this could be the reason it is not picking up momentum in short term).

Wait to Buy – ACC, Asian Paint, SBI

Don’t Buy –  LUPIN, BHEL, ONGC, TCS, L&T, Infosys, M&M


Question of the Day

Question – I have a lumpsum amount of Rs.3 lakhs. How do I divide this amount in shares?

Answer –

A lumpsum amount for long term can be invested at any time for a period of at least 10 years. Preferably when you invest a lumpsum amount, you must invest with a time horizon of minimum 10-15 years. The amount can be divided equally in the list of bluechips given to you in the Workshop.

Suppose, you have Rs.2 lakhs, divide the amount equally in the shares. Monitor the shares once in a quarter and keep track of any news regarding the companies you have invested in.

Do not apportion different amounts to different shares. Invest equal amounts in each company. Also, ensure that the shares you have invested in are in different sectors so that your portfolio is diversified.

All the best!

Dr.Bharath Chandra & Rohan

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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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