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Simbha3 wrote:

If it was that easy everyone would be millionaire by now.

That's why i still hunt for loots on DD sweat_smile
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MrKool_JJ wrote:
Learn TA bro raised_hands

If it was that easy everyone would be millionaire by now.

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I agree.. may not be the investments of the decade but definitely in top 50.

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ConfirmPassword wrote:

I agree.. may not be the investments of the decade but definitely in top 50.

So what's ur thought process on long term
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No major downturns after 2008, even after Covid. 

Now worldwide interest rates are rising. So, inevitably stocks will fall.

Sell when others are greedy and buy when others are fearful.

Buy after the downturn and those investments will define your life.

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Titan i agree exceptional company, itc if demerged, hdfc life if they can take market share from lic like hdfc bank did from sbi
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Is it a good decision to completely square off all CNC positions (some very long term holds and full portfolio) now, pool the cash to bank and wait for the final fall and re-enter, say after q1 next year?

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Agnivo007 wrote:

Is it a good decision to completely square off all CNC positions (some very long term holds and full portfolio) now, pool the cash to bank and wait for the final fall and re-enter, say after q1 next year?

Nobody knows as no one can predict .

One thing which saved me in 2020 crash was trailing stop loss 
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MrKool_JJ wrote:
Learn TA bro raised_hands

If it was that easy everyone would be millionaire by now.

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Simbha3 wrote:

If it was that easy everyone would be millionaire by now.

That's why i still hunt for loots on DD sweat_smile
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He gets more or nearly 1 crore commission from selling mutual funds. Wise not following him for investment decisions or thinking what he thinks! He is just a sales man trying to keep his stocks in limelight always
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Agnivo007 wrote:

Is it a good decision to completely square off all CNC positions (some very long term holds and full portfolio) now, pool the cash to bank and wait for the final fall and re-enter, say after q1 next year?

Never Time The Market - "BIG BULL" 

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MrKool_JJ wrote:
For me ITC has no future because their main revenue is from cigarettes though it's a diversified sector but still.
ITC is good around 200 levels only that too on charts...
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Yaa.. sometimes i also thinks the same. A announcement on Cigrette and ... All finish. I think you got what i mean😉

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MrKool_JJ wrote:
For me ITC has no future because their main revenue is from cigarettes though it's a diversified sector but still.
ITC is good around 200 levels only that too on charts...
@malikcool @bikidas2060

Itc if demerged have good potential in other shares which you will get for free. Don't know when will that happen but shares always known to give return in Long run only. Right? 

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Bk100 wrote:

Itc if demerged have good potential in other shares which you will get for free. Don't know when will that happen but shares always known to give return in Long run only. Right? 

For me ITC=200 levels only biggrin
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MrKool_JJ wrote:
For me ITC=200 levels only biggrin

Adani wilmar is very high but itc food and agri business at 200 only? 😜

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jennyllwilliams wrote:

Yaa.. sometimes i also thinks the same. A announcement on Cigrette and ... All finish. I think you got what i mean😉

Liquor and cigarettes are cash cows for any Government. Very very difficult to ban them outright. Even if a state ban them e.g. Bihar neighbouring states sale rises and smuggling increases. In Bihar's case, smuggling from Nepal somewhat takes care of the demand plus locally produced illegal liquor which takes toll on more life. I don't see a countrywide ban for either of these items in our lifetimes. Plus there can be innovations in the delivery of nicotine like e-cigarettes (which is banned in India)  in future which reduces the harmful nature.

What mainly worked for ITC case is that they committed to distribute 80-85% of their profit after tax as dividend. Plus their FMCG, hotels, paper, agri trading businesses came up with good set of results. Earlier they used to spend their profit into new hotels or capex, acquisitions etc. Now because of their policy they have to be careful with mindless expenses.  Even though maximum PAT is because of cigarettes, rest of the businesses are growing well. ITC Infotech and hotels can be easily demerged from the parent.

I have been holding ITC shares for a long time and happy to keep holding them.
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Liquor and cigarettes are cash cows for any Government. Very very difficult to ban them outright. Even if a state ban them e.g. Bihar neighbouring states sale rises and smuggling increases. In Bihar's case, smuggling from Nepal somewhat takes care of the demand plus locally produced illegal liquor which takes toll on more life. I don't see a countrywide ban for either of these items in our lifetimes. Plus there can be innovations in the delivery of nicotine like e-cigarettes (which is banned in India)  in future which reduces the harmful nature.

What mainly worked for ITC case is that they committed to distribute 80-85% of their profit after tax as dividend. Plus their FMCG, hotels, paper, agri trading businesses came up with good set of results. Earlier they used to spend their profit into new hotels or capex, acquisitions etc. Now because of their policy they have to be careful with mindless expenses.  Even though maximum PAT is because of cigarettes, rest of the businesses are growing well. ITC Infotech and hotels can be easily demerged from the parent.

I have been holding ITC shares for a long time and happy to keep holding them.

@MrKool_JJ

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jennyllwilliams wrote:

@MrKool_JJ

That's what i said though it's a diversified sector but this cigarettes have no future and yes Govt will never ever ban it because they earn a good amount of money from it..Though i don't smoke but AFAIK a single cigarate cost 18rs which is humongous money but one who is addicted to will still keep on buying it so dizzy_face
If they demerge this business then it would be interesting to know how their overall business pans out.
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