It gives us immense pleasure to share that all our subscribers will receive Hidden Gem - Oct 2011 research report as Diwali gift during this week. Yes... you read it right, you will receive it for FREE without any cost. Hidden Gem of this month will be released soon by your equity analysts.
To value our relationship with all our existing Hidden Gems subscribers, Hidden Gem - Oct 2011 issue will not be considered in annual subscription cycle.
We are sure, all Saral Gyan readers will appreciate this small gift from us during this festive season. We also take this as an opportunity to share the returns on investment given by one of our most admired service Hidden Gems, during last one year.
We are delighted to inform you that our Hidden Gems outperform small cap index by whopping 41.33%. During last one year, average returns of Hidden Gems is +18.90% compared to average returns of -22.43% of Small Cap Index.
Small cap index along with all major indices have fallen significantly during tough times of stock market. In last one year, Sensex has corrected from 20,221 to 17,289 giving negative returns of -14.5% where as Small cap index has fallen from 10,849 to 6,899 giving negative returns of -36.41%.
Hidden Gems continue to shine during turbulent times giving maximum average returns of +47.05% and as on date average returns of +18.90% to our Hidden Gems subscribers in last one year.
Below table represents past performance of last 11 Hidden Gems (upto July) recommended by our equity analysts.
Some of the unique advantage of investing in Small Cap stocks:
1. Small companies adapt fast to changing environment - they are nimble and can therefore move fast.
2. Given low liquidity, while retail investors can buy small caps, many fund managers cannot - so retail investors have a first mover advantage with a good small company.
3. Small caps are high in demand but less in supply - that means prices rise really fast when demand increases.
Through Hidden Gems, we're providing you opportunities to invest in such small caps stocks today. Infosys, Pantaloon, Unitech, Glenmark were the small cap stocks in past and today are the well known companies falling under mid and large cap space. Do note that only small cap stocks have the true growth potential with high probability to become multibagger stocks in couple of years.
The stocks we reveal through Hidden Gems are companies that are either under-researched or not covered by other stock brokers and research firms. We keep on updating our subscribers on our past recommendations suggesting them whether to hold / buy or sell stocks on the basis of company's performance and future outlook.
Note: Subscription cycle of Hidden Gems for all new subscribers joined in Oct 2011 under Special Diwali offer will be Nov 2011 - Oct 2012.
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