Stock Investment

Stock Investment
EQUITY SHARE
“Be greedy when others are fearful and be fearful when others are greedy.”

+++ Magic of Equity share:

  1. Warren Buffet’s value of investment between 1956 to 2002 grew by 19835 times. 47 year compounded annual return of 23.4%
  2. George soro’s value of investment between 1969 to 2003 grew by 5913 times. 34 year compounded annual growth rate of 28.6%.
  3. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala started his investment by humble Indian rupees 5000 in 1985 & his wealth grew up to 4000 crore rupees In 2007. Stupendous growth.

These are amazing growth figures. History proves times and again that Equity is the most rewarding class of asset around the world.

Equity capital represents ownership capital. Equity shareholders collectively own the company. They bear the risk and enjoy the rewards of ownership. Of all the forms of securities, equity share appear to be most romantic. While fixed income investment avenues may be more important to most of the investors, equity share seem to capture their interest the most. The potential rewards and penalties associated with equity make them an interesting, even exciting proposition.

In stock market parlance, it is customary to classify equity shares as follows:

  1. Blue-chip shares
  2. Growth shares
  3. Income shares
  4. Cyclical shares
  5. Defensive shares
  6. Speculative shares

Hereby we mention few of “The Money Masters” who have created distinct splash in the world of equity shares:

  1. Benjamin Graham
  2. Philip Fisher
  3. Warren Buffet
  4. John Templeton
  5. Peter Lynch
  6. George Soros
  7. David Dreman

……And few of India’s Money Monarchs

  1. Rakesh Jhunjunwala
  2. Ramdeo Agarwal
  3. Sameer Arora
  4. Parag Parikh
  5. Prashant Jain

Inspired by strategies of top international & Indian investor we at “moneypro” are here to provide you following solution:

  1. Fundamental analysis of stock/ Research report (e-report)
  2. Portfolio analysis
  3. Set up & management of demat account for share trading
  4. Intelligent asset allocation
  5. Risk management

See what can possibly happen to your well crafted capital investment in equity…

Future value of Rs.1 lac per annum
Compound Annual Return
Years 5% 10% 15% 20% 25%
5 127628 161051 201136 248832 305176
10 162889 259374 404556 619174 931323
15 207893 417725 813706 1540702 2842171
20 265330 672750 1636654 3833760 8673617
25 338635 1083471 3291895 9539622 26469780

Isn’t that worth looking at?
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