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Modified on May 6, 2020

Dear friends,

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.

 

MUST: Search for Answer before asking Queries

 

We request that readers first MUST do a search on Google and on our website to get answer for their query.

There are many articles already available on internet, which explain investing concepts/definitions in a very simple and clear manner. After reading the online resources, if the investor still has doubts, then we request the investors to write to us her query alongwith her learning from her online search for clarification along with the links to the online sources referred to by the investor.

We request readers NOT to ask any query without doing their own search for answer on Google and our website.

 

Guidelines for sharing stock analysis

 

In case, readers wish to have our views on their analysis of any company, then we request the readers to share with us their comprehensive analysis incorporating the knowledge, which has already been shared at drvijaymalik.com by way of multiple articles and company analysis.We advise readers to go through each of the articles of the below mentioned series of articles and do a detailed analysis by incorporating the learning of each of these articles:

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A comprehensive analysis of a stock would typically include:

Doing comprehensive analysis incorporating existing knowledge at our website is essential as otherwise our responses to reader’s stock analysis becomes only a duplication of the information/knowledge, which is already present on the website.You may take guidance from the following analysis submitted by readers in the amount of insights, which can be brought out by using different publicly available sources of information:

Due to time constraints, we are unable to provide our views on the analysis shared by readers, who have not utilized the existing knowledge & resources about stock analysis available on this website.

All the best for your investing journey!

 

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