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11 minutes ago, North said:

I don't pop in here too often, I stick to my MFs and Index Funds.

 

Its never been in the red before. I started adding it to about a year ago - and today its absolutely down bad.

 

I know this isn't supposed to be that concerning and I should just buy the dip - but this isn't a regular dip so a little concerned.

 

Any comments or do I just dump in a bunch more cash? will do so tomorrow.

 

Also - my Coin acc is linked to my HDFC account - but now I have a Canara Bank acc with more funds. But the Coin app won't let me use that account for UPI.

I tried transferring from Canara Bank to HDFC bank but UPI doesn't allow money transfer since both are my own accounts. Any work around?

Its not a regular dip but MFs are usually for long term and historically market has proven that is always go up. I am assuming the worst and thinking it will last entire year. 

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8 minutes ago, dante77 said:

Its not a regular dip but MFs are usually for long term and historically market has proven that is always go up. I am assuming the worst and thinking it will last entire year. 

 

if covid crash can recover - I guess so can this.

 

PS. I opened up Canara's net banking portal - its hot garbage - went to all the trouble of adding my HDFC acc as beneficiary, never done net banking before on my own - and it tells me I need to reset a transaction password - and that option is currently not working on the website.

 

pathetic online services. will find a different way hopefully.

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On 3/6/2022 at 2:41 PM, dante77 said:

Yeah. I don't really understand. I have 7 shares. How many will they buy back? 

DP

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On 3/6/2022 at 2:41 PM, dante77 said:

Yeah. I don't really understand. I have 7 shares. How many will they buy back? 

TCS entitlement ratio as announced is 1 share for every 7 shares (guaranteed ). this ratio is 14 % as against around 40% the previous 3 buybacks. So yes, the ratio is low. But the final acceptance ratio( the no of shares tcs will accept over and above the 1 in 7) can be anywhere near to 50% to 70%( last 3 times it was 100%).

So in short tender all shares for buyback, even if you have less than 7 shares.

If lucky TCS can buy around 3 to 5 shares for every 7 shares tendered.

 

Welcome back HOPE...

 

 

 

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I would say invest somewhere else with 10k you are not going to earn much even with high risk. Also you forgot to mention the holding period. The only way is to go for high reward is to invest in options but it falls in very high risk category 

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On 3/15/2022 at 9:44 AM, LordSpymaster said:

So say I want to put 10K into the market today, with a medium/high risk appetite. Where would you suggest I put that? 

 

Currently hold Jubliant Ingrevia, DIL, Aortel and ICICI

I would say look at Piramal. Demerger is coming and every analyst in the world is tracking it but probably not enough to correctly value the NBFC business. The pharma business is next to none.

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10 minutes ago, KunjanPSD said:

Motilal Oswal suspending existing SIPs in the international funds ex: Nasdaq 100 FoF.

Stupid RBI can't even raise the limit, my SIP is due on 1st April itself.

What ? My next SIP was also on 1st April. April fool bana diya RBI ne. I am guessing it will take at least 15-20 days to sort this out. 

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4 hours ago, SuperT said:

What ? My next SIP was also on 1st April. April fool bana diya RBI ne. I am guessing it will take at least 15-20 days to sort this out. 

Most probably more than that. I don't think retail, foreign investment is their priority.

It's been quite a while since lumpsum payments and new SIPs were stopped. 

Although I am hoping they will be able to get it done soon after March ends and new financial year starts.

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Used the Kuvera Tax Loss Harvesting feature for the 1st time today. Seems quite straightforward. Unfortunately, my other funds are (mostly) SIP only so probably won't be able to use this for them once their turn arrives. 

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