Ask Your Queries

Modified: 06-May-20

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This section is to assist you in the quest for stock market investing. You may ask any of your investment related queries as comments on this page. It would be our pleasure to be of help to you in your investing journey.

 

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20 thoughts on “Ask Your Queries

  1. Surprising as there is no information on Google or co web site about my ODD query of yesterday.
    I thought you will refer this to Co. Supreme ind. As query is very much related to Supreme Ind.

  2. Respected sir,
    My query is odd but very Important.
    Who is the Supreme company or registrar and share transfer agent?
    How much time in months /years should it take to complete the transmission/transfer procedure?

    • Hi Krishna,
      An investor may get the production capacity and sales volume data in the following sources: annual reports, company’s website, credit rating reports, press releases, any news article about the company etc. If such a data is not present in any of these sources, then she may contact the company directly for the information.
      Regards,
      Dr Vijay Malik

  3. Hello Sir, I found this website a few days ago and I read many of your articles. It is very valuable information and knowledge you provided.
    I have one question. I will be very helpful if you give an answer to this question.

    If any company has grown and is fundamentally strong; but has very low volume, demand and supply. Will this company share price increase?

  4. Hi Sir,
    We get 10 years annual reports of companies in Screener Website. Like this, how do we get the conference calls of 10 years? Is there any website like screener?
    Regards,
    Kalyan

  5. Good morning sir,
    I am happy to found the analysis of investments. As a student, I want to learn how to do analysis of financial statement for investment purposes. Kindly help.
    Thanks and Regards
    AZRA KOUSER

  6. Hi Sir,
    The way you are giving the responses to us are awesome and thank you for encouraging us.
    I have doubt about the news:
    i) how are you getting news, which channels do you watch daily?
    ii) what and all newspapers do you read daily?
    iii)what websites do you visit daily?
    iv) Which magazines do you follow?

    Please let me know Sir so that it will help a lot.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Kalyan

    • Hi Kalyan,
      Thanks for writing to us. We are happy that you found our work value-adding!
      We read Mint and Economic Times by way of RSS feeds, which allows us to focus on specific sections. We do not watch TV channels. We do not visit any website regularly. Twitter helps us a lot in focusing on good articles recommended by the people whom I follow.
      We spend most of our time reading annual reports whether for our own existing investments, for finding potential investments or for providing our views on the analysis submitted by readers (for Company Analysis articles). We personally believe that reading as many annual reports as possible will help the investor the most. The following article will guide you in reading annual reports: https://www.drvijaymalik.com/2014/10/annual-report-reading-guide.html
      All the best for your investing journey!
      Regards,
      Dr Vijay Malik

  7. Hi Sir,
    I have invested in a company called CG Power. Avg. price of share I had is approx 17 rs while CMP is 22 rs.
    Now Muruguppa group has taken over and the news is that there will be fresh issuance of shares in Q3 @8.56 Rs to Murugappa group. Approx 65 Crore shares will be allotted to them.
    I want to know that whether this 8.56 rs allotment will also affect the shares in market & the price will fell down to 8.56 rs from CMP of 22 rs. or this deal is only applicable for Muruguppa group & market price will remain unaffected.

    • Hi Ankit,
      Thanks for writing to us!
      We request you to share your current thoughts about whether the new share issuance at a lower price will influence the current market price or not?
      You may search on Google about any similar instances where shares were issued to the acquirer at a price lower than prevailing market capitalization and form your views.
      We will be happy to provide our inputs to your line of thought.
      All the best for your investing journey!
      Regards,
      Dr Vijay Malik

    • Dear Sir, I have tried searching through google but not getting any concrete response, Moreover bit confused with the plethora of information. Requesting to please suggest a specific website or please give your view.
      regards

      • Hi Ankit,
        Thanks for writing to us!
        Ankit, we advise readers to do independent search and thinking and then come up with a possible answer themselves first. Thereafter, we provide our inputs to their line of thought. We can always give our opinion straightaway without the reader searching for an answer. However, this approach is not helpful.
        Request you to sift through the online available information, think about possible factors, outcomes etc. and then frame an opinion and then elaborate it. We will be happy to provide our inputs to your line of thought.
        All the best for your investing journey!
        Regards,
        Dr Vijay Malik

  8. I have been investing in the stock market since past 5+ years. I am a fan of value investing. I do a detailed research about the company before buying the stock. I will not say, that i have always invested in good stocks, but I have learned from the mistakes I have made.
    However, I am always in a quandary when to sell the stocks. When I buy the stock, I keep a track about the financial ratios, annual report, management report. When I buy a stock, sometimes, it may happen, that the fundamentals of the company began to deteriorate. I don’t sell it right away considering that this could be a transient phase for the company. However, most of the time, the fundamentals begin to deteriorate further and now the Share price is below my buy price. It happens for most of my buy.

    So, what would your team suggest, when the fundamentals go awry and the reason I had bought the share for does not exist anymore, should I sell the shares at loss? This feels bad, as I could have made a profit on the share when the fundamentals were good and I had only held on to them considering such frequent selling/buying is against fundamental investing.

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