Some Stock Tips


wealthymatters.comStock timing can help us eek out a little something more from our investments.The following insights with respect to a few popular Indian stocks should help us time our entries/exits better.I have culled them from here:http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/stocks/market-news/traders-bet-on-price-patterns-to-earn-big-bucks/articleshow/12973643.cms

Infosys stocks have corrected an average 7% on the day of the earnings announcement in seven out of the past eight quarters.

HCL Technologies has  risen 4% in four out of five years after the announcement of December quarterly results.

In the past 9 out of 10 quarters, Ambuja Cements has seen buying 2-3 days prior to the earnings announcements, gaining an average 3.5%.Post the result announcement, profit-booking results in a price correction of 3-4%.

In Axis Bank, the stock sees a build-up before results, and then it falls on profit-booking irrespective of the nature of results.

These probabilities should allow for better buying/selling timing of these stocks.Atleast, till such time as the whole world does not start acting on the information , nullifying the observed patterns.

If you know of any more such relationships please make a note of them using the comment feature.I would love to hear of them.

BTW should you feel like speculating on the basis of such probabilities remem,ber that you could lose the shirt off your back.So hazard only what you can afford to lose.

About Keerthika Singaravel
Engineer,Investor,Businessperson

3 Responses to Some Stock Tips

  1. indore20 says:

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  2. Glenn says:

    Thanks for posting this.You provided a truly enlightening post here.. Great job!

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