If we look at major indices of 3 years back, most of the investors have not made money from stock markets. Major indices like Sensex and Nifty have moved only a little. On 15th April 2011, Sensex was at 19,387 and after 3 years, it is at 22,485 giving overall returns of 16%. Nifty was at 5,825 and yesterday it closed at 6,733 giving returns of 15.6% in last 3 years. However, Small Cap Index and Mid Cap Index have given negative returns during the same period.
Moreover, big daddies of dalal street, companies like Reliance, BHEL, SBI and L & T have given negative returns in the range of -5% to -30% to investors who invested in them during Jan'11.
We always suggest salaried employees as well as businessmen / entrepreneurs to invest via SIP (Systematic Investment Plan) route. Simply get some savings from your monthly income and Invest in equities for long term. SIP not only allows you to save every month in a disciplined way but also help you ride through ups and downs of stock market.
Invest some portion of your monthly income in good companies without timing the stock market and you will definitely get rewarded in long run.
Just take care of Basic Principle of Investing in Equities:
1. Invest in stock market with a long term view (3 - 7 years or more).
2. Invest in companies which are fundamentally strong with scalable business.
3. Follow disciplined approach by Investing regularly in equities.
4. Build a diversified portfolio by investing in small & mid cap companies.
5. Avoid frequent buying / selling of stocks, Its trading not Investing!
6. Review performance of your holding companies at least once a year to decide whether to buy / sell or hold.
Lets review how SIP approach have benefited our Hidden Gems members during last 3 years. Below is the table which illustrates value of Rs. 10,000 invested (every month) in Hidden Gems (Unexplored Multibagger Small Cap Stocks) vis a vis value of Rs. 10,000 invested in BSE Small Cap Index during last 3 years.
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We are delighted to share that average returns of Saral Gyan Hidden Gems (30 stocks) during last 3 years is 62.8% compared to 2.9% of BSE Small Cap Index. Investment of Rs. 10,000 in Hidden Gems during last 3 years not only allowed you to save Rs. 3 lakh but also appreciated your investment giving overall profit of Rs. 1.88 lakh, making your total Hidden Gems stocks portfolio of Rs. 4.88 lakh. However, if you invested the same amount in Small Cap Index, you would be sitting with an marginal gains of Rs. 8,613.
In fact, actual returns of Hidden Gems are much higher as we suggested partial / full profit booking at higher levels in many of our Hidden Gems like Camlin Fine Chemicals, WPIL, De Nora Ltd, Cravatex, SAB TN Ltd etc and exit in few of non performing companies like National Plastic, Sumedha Fiscal, Puneet Resins etc.
Through Hidden Gems and Value Picks, we're providing you opportunities to invest in such small / mid caps stocks today. Infosys, Pantaloon, Dabur, Glenmark were the small cap stocks in past and today are the well known companies falling under mid and large cap space.
The stocks we reveal through Hidden Gems & Value Picks 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 recommendation suggesting them whether to hold / buy or sell stocks on the basis of company's performance and future outlook.
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