Sno. CIN Company Name 1 L67120G11995PLCO24449 AADHAAR VENTURES INDIA LIMITED 2 L51909WB1982PLCO35460 ACCESS GLOBAL LIMITED 3 L99999G11994PLCO22000 ACIL COTTON INDUSTRIES LIMITED 4 L72900KA2001PLCO28944 ACROPETAL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED 5 L65921WB1979PLCO32200 ADHUNIK INDUSTRIES LIMITED 6 L24230WB1982PLCO34492 ADINATH BIOLABS LIMITED 7 L99999MH1993PLC168521 ALKA INDIA LIMITED 8 L72900MH2002PLC135829 ALLIED COMPUTERS INTERNATIONAL (ASIA) LIMITED 9 L51909WB1981PLCO34052 ALLIED GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED 10 L65921DL1985PLCO22476 ALLIED HERBALS LIMITED 11 L65929DL1985PLCO21037 ALSTONE TEXTILES (INDIA) LIMITED 12 L17100DL1991PLC171468 AMIT SPINNING INDUSTRIES LTD 13 L27101WB2002PLC094979 ANKIT METAL & POWER LIMITED 14 L65923WB1992PLCO54001 ANKIT PRACHI TRADING & INVESTMENTS LTD 15 136999611995PLCO25177 ANSHU’S CLOTHING LIMITED 16 L51109W82006PLC107433 ANUBHAV INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED 17 L51909WB1981PLCO33372 ANUPAMA VYAPAR … Click here to continue…..
The term “save” indicates generating 5%-10% positive return from overall portfolio while market corrected by more than 50%. You can’t expect 20%-30% return while market corrects by 50%+. Even marginal positive return will be great during those situation. You need to take the following steps during major stock market crash – You need to sell-off your entire portfolio much before such stock market crash and seat in cash. Keeping huge cash in hand is another painful experience. For example, as per economic indicators and market data, one should sold-off his entire equity portfolio during October,2007. However from October,2007 to January,2008 … Click here to continue…..
During minor stock market crash it is more of discipline that can save your portfolio. Followings are the disciplines and required action – Don’t sell-of your entire equity holdings to re-enter at lower level. Nobody in this world can predict short term market movement correctly. So, it may happen that after your sell-off market takes U-turn and you are not able to invest at lower level. You may end up with selling at lower level and buying at higher level. Further frequent buying and selling increases transaction cost (brokerage,STT,exchange fees etc) and taxes. You need to pay extra 15% capital … Click here to continue…..
Bonus share is a way to increase the equity base of any company. Investing in any stock with a sole intention to benefit from bonus issue is a wrong concept as price correction occurs later. By no means, it should be considered as a parameter to judge the future prospect of any company. There are several factors that should be kept in mind before investing. It is an additional benefit that the company that you have chosen is also giving bonus shares. But never invest with this sole reason.
It increases your holding, however, the total value remains the same- Suppose, you are holding 10 quantities of ABC stock. Now, after 1:1 bonus issue, you will get additional 10 shares, so your number of holding in ABC stock will increase to 20. Similarly, if 2:1 bonus is issued, then holding will increase to 30. However, the total value would remain the same. For example, you hold 10 shares of ABC company which is trading at Rs-100, making a market value of Rs-1,000. Now, after the issue of 1:1 bonus share, the price would correct to Rs-50 and your holding will increase … Click here to continue…..
Increases the number of outstanding shares and also the retail participation- Bonus issue increases the total outstanding shares of a company. Suppose initially the total outstanding share is 10 lakhs. After the issue of 1:1 bonus, the number of shares increases up to 20 Lakhs. However, the total market value remains the same because the stock price corrects post the issue. For example- If previously any stock is trading at Rs-100, then post 1:1 bonus issue, the stock price will adjust to Rs-50. The price adjustment in the stock price occurs accordingly. However, in this whole process of price appreciation and correction, … Click here to continue…..
Well, there may be various reasons for this. Let’s check them one by one:- 1. To reward their investors- The Company pays gratitude to its investors in the form of giving a bonus share. Also the morale of the shareholder gets boosted and the company gains the confidence of the investors. 2. To increase liquidity of the stock- By offering bonus shares, the total number of outstanding shares increases- which increases the trading – thus resulting in the increased liquidity of the stock and increased participation of the traders. Also, it benefits the company as people buy more and more stocks … Click here to continue…..
After the announcement of a bonus issue, a record date is fixed for the issue. It is the date on which the bonus share is issued and to be eligible for the bonus, shareholders should have their stakes on that particular date. Investors purchasing stakes after that are not eligible for the bonus shares. After the record date, comes ex-date. The price adjustment happens during ex-date. Those who invested during this phase are not entitled to the bonus shares.