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1 FUND MANAGEMENT on 29th May 2011, 1:46 pm

WOOD

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HAI...THIS QUERY IS NOT SPECIFIC BUT GENERAL AS IAM VERY NEW TO THIS FIELD

IF WE ARE GETTING PROFITS FROM MARKET,WHAT WE HAVE TO DO?

1.REINVEST IN MARKET?
2.INVEST IN DIVERSIFIED?
3.PERCENTAGE OF INVESTMENTS?
4.HOW TO TACKLE TAXES?

IF WE ARE GETTING LOSS FROM MARKET,WHAT WE HAVE TO DO?

1.NEXT STEP?
2.IS THERE TAXES FOR THIS TOO?
3.HOW TO RECOVER LOSSES?

PLEASE HELP THIS QUERY....... study



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2 Re: FUND MANAGEMENT on 29th May 2011, 2:33 pm

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I CAN ANSWER ONLY 1 ANSWER OF THE ABOVE...

IF U R GETTIN PROFITS FROM THE MARKET U SHD PULL BCK 50% AND REMAINING 50% U SHD INVEST IN UR LONG TERM PORTFOLIO.
1ST 50% CAN BE RESERVED FOR FUTURE LOSSES IN INTRADAY.

ITS MY PERSONAL VIEW EXPERTS MAY CORRECT ME


VERY GOOD QUESTIONS U ASKED WOOD IT WILL BE USEFULL FOR ALL


REGARDS,
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3 Good post on 29th May 2011, 3:15 pm

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Hello Wood,

First of all your post are superb and surely it will help to all the members.

Everyone has different idea and different view on what to do on profit and what to do when loss happened. I am sharing my view here.


1) Your stock market income should be like your business income or income from service. If you earning 10000 rs from market. add 25% on your portfolio (buy blue chip stock for long term) and rest 75% take out from the market. This 75% money you can use for right opportunity in market like some time we see big fall in market so that money should be utilize for buying in cheap rate so you can re-gain from that.

2) Yes you need to pay short term capital gain tax for your profit.

3) If you are suffering from loss take a rest for sometime don't be greedy to recover in 1 month as we all know it is next to impossible. Check out what mistake you did for your losses and according to this change your pattern of trading or investing.

4) No bro. you need not to pay taxes for losses. bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce

5) There are many tax saving mutual fund are in market. So you can invest in this for saving your tax.

This is my personal view and personal thought on wood questions.







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4 THANK YOU on 29th May 2011, 3:18 pm

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VERY WORTH FULL POST. BIGBULLS KEEPING YOUR POST AS A STICKY

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5 Re: FUND MANAGEMENT on 29th May 2011, 3:43 pm

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I do agree with viral

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6 Re: FUND MANAGEMENT on 29th May 2011, 5:22 pm

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thanks viral for such a nice expressing ur views..........

thanks wood for asking such an usefull question.

kindly asked anythg which u have doubt on above reply u wil sure get in bigbulls

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7 Re: FUND MANAGEMENT on 31st May 2011, 8:52 pm

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WOOD U HAVE ASKED A MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION. BEACUSE EVERY BODY IS OR WANT TO ERAN THRU MARKET /STOCKS BUT ITS VERY HARD. SO MONEY MANAGEMENT IS MORE IMPORTANT.
VIRAL YOU HAVE VERY RIGHTLY SAID
Your stock market income should be like your business income or income from service. If you earning 10000 rs from market. add 25% on your portfolio (buy blue chip stock for long term) and rest 75% take out from the market. This 75% money you can use for right opportunity in market like some time we see big fall in market so that money should be utilize for buying in cheap rate so you can re-gain from that.

IF U CAN ELABORATE WITH AN EXAMPLE OF RS. 1 LAKH I WANT TO PLAY WITH AND HOW I SHOULD DIVIDE IT IN INTRADAY, SHORT TERM , AND LONGTERM (PORTFOLIO)

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8 Re: FUND MANAGEMENT on 1st June 2011, 1:03 pm

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I AGREE WITH VIRAL

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