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Old 3rd November 2010, 10:14 PM
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aurobindo pharma 5 shares
ind-swift laboratory 550 shares
jubilant life sciences 55 shares
cipla 25 shares
gufic bio sciences 500 shares
birla cotsyn 10,000 shares
nandan exim 4350 shares
suzlon energy 500 shares
indage vintners 200 shares
praj industry 200 shares
karuturi global 650 shares

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Old 3rd November 2010, 10:35 PM
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basically i am an investor and not a trader, i have lost money in trading ; lost lots of money investing in fancy unknown companies. now i have learned my lessons and make less mistakes. i still make them.
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I am managing my wife's portfolio. the following are the stocks

1. ambuja cement 210 shares
2. aurobindo pharma 10 shares
3. cipla 27 shares
4. classic diamonds 150 shares
5. ispat iron 300 shares
6. ind-swift lab 30 shares
7. karuturi global 200 shares
8. meghmani organics 775 shares
9. larsen and toubro 2 shares
10. infosys 3 shares
11. tt ltd 700 shares
12. tcs 20 shares
13. reliance 19 shares
14. wipro 30 shares
15. nhpc 350 shares
16. punj lloyd 80 shares
17. thermax 12 shares
18. suzlon 230 shares

ambuja cement shares are from the initial allotment of modi cement days. overall the portfolio is in a 30% plus stage. i am uncomfortable with suzlon and also with meghmani.
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I like to book profit and invest the money obtained to buy more equity shares. I booked profit in TCS selling it at 1069 or so; I like Jubilant Life Sciences for their line of activity; it is being neglected by the market at present; looking at their reserves could they possibly give bonus shares? Maybe in the next two years? Their last bonus was in 2005, I think. anyway I bought 50 shares.

Today I booked profit by selling 100 TT Ltd. shares. I am holding them for the past 22 years. I bought 400 Gufic Biosciences and 10 Ind-Swift Laboratories.
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I like to book profit and invest the money obtained to buy more equity shares. I booked profit in TCS selling it at 1069 or so; I like Jubilant Life Sciences for their line of activity; it is being neglected by the market at present; looking at their reserves could they possibly give bonus shares? Maybe in the next two years? Their last bonus was in 2005, I think. anyway I bought 50 shares.

Today I booked profit by selling 100 TT Ltd. shares. I am holding them for the past 22 years. I bought 400 Gufic Biosciences and 10 Ind-Swift Laboratories.
Too many stocks. How do you track all of them?
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All shares are unknown to me, I don't track any of them except TCS, Infosys, Reliance and Suzlon and both are sell for me.

Also your profile is heavy on mid-cap or small-cap, which is high risk watch out!
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All shares are unknown to me, I don't track any of them except TCS, Infosys, Reliance and Suzlon and both are sell for me.

Also your profile is heavy on mid-cap or small-cap, which is high risk watch out!
Thank you sir, for your comment.

The small cap scrips give a much better return, also, sometimes very bad returns.

My portfolio has nosedived from +15% to -19.39% as on 15-3-2011. worst drubbings have been in jubilant life down 47%, punj lloyd down 48%, suzlon down 32%, however I may lose my shirt in the following scrips: c.g.impex down 72%, indage vintners, teledata informatics down 82%; my recent purchases have been united phosphorous 100, nagarjuna fertiliser 100, sundaram fasteners 50, shanti gears 100, karuthuri global 100 shares..
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Thank you sir, for your comment.

The small cap scrips give a much better return, also, sometimes very bad returns.

My portfolio has nosedived from +15% to -19.39% as on 15-3-2011. worst drubbings have been in jubilant life down 47%, punj lloyd down 48%, suzlon down 32%, however I may lose my shirt in the following scrips: c.g.impex down 72%, indage vintners, teledata informatics down 82%; my recent purchases have been united phosphorous 100, nagarjuna fertiliser 100, sundaram fasteners 50, shanti gears 100, karuthuri global 100 shares..
Cipla is an old maid moving in a very narrow range; no excitement. so I sold 10 shares for a small profit and bought 50 Punj Lloyd with the money. .
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Cipla is an old maid moving in a very narrow range; no excitement. so I sold 10 shares for a small profit and bought 50 Punj Lloyd with the money. .
On 17-6-2011 I bought 10 RIL at Rs. 875; it is falling down steadily. my shares are down 24% as of now and I do not have enough cash to reenter the market. my gains are getting chipped away one by one..
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On 17-6-2011 I bought 10 RIL at Rs. 875; it is falling down steadily. my shares are down 24% as of now and I do not have enough cash to reenter the market. my gains are getting chipped away one by one..
My losses are less now due to the improving price of Jubilant Life; they are at about -16%. sold rec for a small profit and bought 500 karuturi global at rs. 13. further purchases are 150 aarti industries at rs. 50 share, 10 jubilant life at rs. 207. booked loss in Pentamedia (I still have 1000 shares),

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My losses are less now due to the improving price of Jubilant Life; they are at about -16%. sold rec for a small profit and bought 500 karuturi global at rs. 13. further purchases are 150 aarti industries at rs. 50 share, 10 jubilant life at rs. 207. booked loss in Pentamedia (I still have 1000 shares),
My scrips tanked again and the notional total loss is 1.02 lakhs. I sold 100aarthie industries; but I bought 100 ispat industry and 100 gvk and 50 ttml. all are down.
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Hold on to GVK for long term, good value at 17, less than BV.

Long term positive on airports, roadways, mines, power business.
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Hold on to GVK for long term, good value at 17, less than BV.

Long term positive on airports, roadways, mines, power business.
Thank you for your suggestion; of the two ispat industries price has fared worse than gvk. Yesterday on an impulse I bought 50 ivrcl and 100 karuturi global; I am enamored of karuturi; my average price of 1700 karuturi is rs. 13.2. Maybe I will buy more of gvk.
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Thank you for your suggestion; of the two ispat industries price has fared worse than gvk. Yesterday on an impulse I bought 50 ivrcl and 100 karuturi global; I am enamored of karuturi; my average price of 1700 karuturi is rs. 13.2. Maybe I will buy more of gvk.
My fault is I always buy and sell scrips on the same day. I never stagger them. on 12th I sold 100 city union bank and bought 4 scrips: 50 gvk, 50 karuturi, 25 suzlon and 20 jaiprakash associates. later in the day the scrips all fell and I rue my decision. I seem to never learn my lessons.
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Maintain a separate list of Buy and Sell stocks. For each buy stock mention a range within which you will buy.

As RJ says, markets always give time both to the buyer and the seller, one just needs to be patient enough.
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Maintain a separate list of Buy and Sell stocks. For each buy stock mention a range within which you will buy.

As RJ says, markets always give time both to the buyer and the seller, one just needs to be patient enough.
Yes, you are correct. now is the time to be patient; but I still stand by my stop loss observation: we small investors have only a few hundred shares of any company and it is possible to get out even with a loss and reenter later. may be this time around I will be wiser. As on 14-12-2011 my shares are down in value by 42% and my wife's 28%. I have about 17,000 in cash and my realized losses are about rs. 5,000.In the last bear phase all my scrips were in the red; but this time around some 6 or 7 of 42 are still in green.
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I hope you are not putting all your savings in to stocks!!

Investing in stocks is sexy, but look at the long term returns of SENSEX [See this post]

Interest rates are on a high now. Well chosen debt instruments may provide safer and consistent returns and may even beat the market in general over the next 5 years.
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After considerable hesitation I recently bought 8000 shares of birla cotsyn and 30 of punjab and sind bank the former at re.0.25 and the latter at rs. 60.8.birla cotsyn has been completely neglected by the market; but it is still in business turning out goods; I may be in luck! can someone explain why this company is not favored? Regarding the bank it has a low p/e ratio and is quoting at its yearly low. Being a nationalized bank it may not disappoint me. Of such hopes is my life made bearable!
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After considerable hesitation I recently bought 8000 shares of birla cotsyn and 30 of punjab and sind bank the former at re.0.25 and the latter at rs. 60.8.birla cotsyn has been completely neglected by the market; but it is still in business turning out goods; I may be in luck! can someone explain why this company is not favored? Regarding the bank it has a low p/e ratio and is quoting at its yearly low. Being a nationalized bank it may not disappoint me. Of such hopes is my life made bearable!
11-1-2012 wish you all a happy new year! Maybe this will be the last greetings you are going to get! My love affair with pharma stocks still continues. Today I bought 20 jubilant life sciences at rs. 178.2 per share; this scrip is in the sidelines now.
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11-1-2012 wish you all a happy new year! Maybe this will be the last greetings you are going to get! My love affair with pharma stocks still continues. Today I bought 20 jubilant life sciences at rs. 178.2 per share; this scrip is in the sidelines now.

NO KUMARAPPAN SCRIP NAME QUANTITY PURCHASE RATE SCRIP STATUS
1 AUROBINDO PHARMA 55 82.9 OK
2 BHEL 15 352 HIGH RATE
3 BIRLA COTSYN 17000 0.7 RISKY
4 CG IMPEX 700 20.5 LOST
5 CHEMCEL BIOTEC 500 4.8 AVERAGE
6 EMPEE DISTILLARY 100 110.7 POOR
7 EMPEE SUGAR 330 12.5 POOR
8 FACOR ALLOY 1000 5.56 AVERAGE
9 GAMMON INFRA STRUCTURE 500 13.42 AVERAGE
10 GUFIC BIOTECH 500 AVERAGE
11 GVK INFRA STRUCTURE 250 AVERAGE
12 INDO WIND ENERGY 500 AVERAGE
13 INDSWIFT LABORATORY 457 OK
14 JUBILAND INDUSTRY 4 OK
15 JUBILAND LIFE 160 HIGH RATE
16 KALYANI STEEL 100 HIGH RATE
17 KARUTURI GLOBAL 2150 HIGH RATE
18 LARSEN AND TUBRO 10 OK
19 NANDAN EXIM 425 OK
20 OPTO CICUIT BOARD 25 HIGH RATE
21 PENTAMEDIA GRAPHICS 1000 POOR
22 PUNJ LLOYD 140 HIGH RATE
23 SAIL 50 HIGH RATE
24 SUZLON 445 HIGH RATE
25 TATA TELE 1055 HIGH RATE
26 TELE DATE 700 VERY POOR
27 THERMAX 15 OK
28 KOTHARI INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL CORPN. LOST
29 INDAGE VINTNER 310 29.87 LOST
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TOTAL INVESTMENT 324,216.00
MARKET RATE ON 18-9-2012 188,787.00
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TOTAL INVESTMENT 324,216.00
MARKET RATE ON 18-9-2012 188,787.00
You have not mentioned purchased rates of many scrips.

If I am not mistaken, you biggest loses are in junk scrips.

You portfolio still has many such junk stocks.
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My scrips are down 30% as on 31-12-2012, even after I booked losses of about 10,000 rupees. they were in the green by 12% two years back. my last purchase was 5 shares of BHEL and 10 of Opto Circuits on 30-12-2012.
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My scrips are down 30% as on 31-12-2012, even after I booked losses of about 10,000 rupees. they were in the green by 12% two years back. my last purchase was 5 shares of BHEL and 10 of Opto Circuits on 30-12-2012.
Like Prof. Bakshi stays making mistakes is OK. But perpetuating the mistake by holding on to losing stocks is a crime.

From your existing portfolio only L&T, BHEL and Thermax can be retained. Sell everything else and start afresh.

Start by buying Bank BeES (ETF on Bankex) and Nifty BeES (ETF on Nifty 50) in a periodic manner (SIP). Once you have enough confidence in investing on your own, start picking stocks.
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