I am an investor in the Indian stock markets from a long time now. I use my own custom made software platform to help me in my research. I employ a host of machine learning algorithms and big data techniques to narrow on my stock selection. I believe a combination of technical and fundamental analysis is the best way to create wealth in the long term. I do not try to find stocks that look good today, but I am always on the look for stocks that would prove to be big winners in the near and medium term. I also do not believe in buy and forget theory. I do not try to talk about a lot of stocks but whatever I discuss, it is safe to assume that I would have vested interest in the stock and one should take his own decision while buying or selling or holding the stock. I would not be giving any buy/sell/hold calls here. My Aim is to compound money and my objective is to make this compounding faster than usual. This blogs presents stock story and not research and does not ask investors to buy/sell/hold anything. Investors should take their own decision, ask their investment advisor or better go via mutual fund way. This blog should be considered as my digital diary for my own keeps.
P.S: This blog is not involved in any commercial activities (and has never been) and there’s no charged service of any kind. The blog is purely academic in nature and does not believe in charging any money for anything. The blog is completely free, just and fair for everybody. PLS DO NOT GET INFLUENCED BY WHAT IS WRITTEN ON THIS BLOG. ONE SHOULD DEPEND ON THEIR OWN RESEARCH.
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Disclaimer: I AM NOT REGISTERED WITH SEBI. As per the clarifications provided by SEBI: “Any person who makes recommendation or offers an opinion concerning securities or public offers only through public media is not required to obtain registration as research analyst under RA Regulations”. Readers are advised to not take any action on their trades based on what is written on this blog and should strictly consult with their own financial/investment advisor. Furthermore, its safe to assume that I/relatives will have vested interest in any stock story that i discuss. For novice investors, SEBI registered mutual funds are the best route.
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