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Friday, 23 October 2015

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How to Make Safe Stock Market Investments

There are many people who try to invest in the stock market. They are always on the lookout for some sure shot way or some strategy which is safe and there are minimum chances of losses. Investments are always associated with risks but there are some steps which can be taken to make the stock market investment much safer and with low chances of loss. In this article we will discuss some of the ways which minimize risks and are for a safer stock market investment.

1) One has to first decide the purpose of investing in the stock market. Whether one wants to have a regular income out of the investment or one wants to have a growth in the investment. The first case is of short term trading and the second done is of long term investment. The long term investment is always safer than the short term trading as it is difficult to anticipate the market movement in short term

2) One should check the fundamentals of major companies and try to invest in the companies which provide regular dividends. Choosing the companies which provide regular dividends reduce the risk of investments. The good companies in the Sensex and Nifty Index are the best bet for investment.

3) One should try to maintain a diversified portfolio. That is the investment should be in stocks of different sectors. This will prevent the investor from putting all the eggs in one basket. Thus even if there is downfall in one particular sector, the other sector can cover the losses incurred.

4) The investor should always try to consult a financial advisor and maintain a portfolio on his advice. The financial advisor should be one having good accreditations and certifications. The investor can also take the help of some advisory firm which provide accurate stock market tips. The advice can also be taken for the long term investment.

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