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Q:I’m 18 years old, I don’t have any knowledge about stock and I have opened an A/C in INDIA bulls, give me suggestion how.

Answer: One must invest in stocks only what one is willing to lose. So, if you have Rs.1 lakh with you and can take risk with Rs.10000; only invest that amount(10k) in stocks. You could start looking at accumulating blue chip stocks (Eg: L&T, Bharti, Reliance, HDFC Bank etc) at dips in the market. Buy systematically, it will help reduce the cost of acquisition and stay invested for 3-5 years.

 

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