Stock Market Investment Tips – Do and Don’ts!

Studying about the experiences of India in the arena of stock market investment can twist out to be a great benefit for any beginner investor. This is because you will be able to avoid their mistakes while embracing their successful tactics and plans.

Stock Market Tips

Following are the top Share Market Tips in India for beginners – straight from the pros.

DO

  • Before you invest, have a clear idea about the reason of investing in stock market
  • It is very crucial to plan on how much jeopardy you are willing to take in the stock market
  • In case you want assistance deciding which stock is beneficial for investment, select an ideal financial advisor for getting assistance.
  • If the investment is not going the way you had expected, take a small loss and exit the trade instead of waiting and making it into a greater loss.
  • Spread your trade across multiple stocks and sectors and protect the trade.
  • Invest only that money which you can spare.
  • Always read the fine print before signing on the dotted line.
  • It is great to commence with stocks whose business looks quite straightforward, practical, logical, and which can be easily understood by you.
  • Rather than buy new stocks per month, it is vital to add more shares of stocks that you currently hold in your portfolio.
  • For receiving a good income, always divide up your stock purchases into three equal amounts and buy the stock every 30 days.

DON’TS

  • Don’t let emotions make decisions for you.
  • Never trade everything by one stock or sector.
  • Never trade with the money you require.
  • Don’t invest for futures and choices initially.
  • Don’t keep purchasing new stocks
  • Never Book profits.
  • Don’t strive to receive the top and bottom of a move
  • Never jump straight into share market until you have taken the time to learn the basics regarding investment in the Share Market Tips.
  • Do not trade by simply believing to what is said in the media or TV
  • Never pick out investments based on your gut instinct or impulse.
  • If investment is not going the way you had expected, take a small loss and exit the trade instead of waiting and making it into a greater loss
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Author: moneycontrolcommodiy

Moneycontrol Tips is a leading investment advisory firm in India offering tips on share/stock market, nifty, gold, commodity, intraday etc.

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