Filed under panch-tattva/basis of analysis

EICHERMOT @30090 on 14/11/2017

It did give you an opportunity to buy under 30000/- and also sell at profit if held for medium term as it went past 32500/- in first week of Nov ’17; you may retain it else buy it for medium/long term…ref 1061/0.33 (105/330/2195/1250/1250/1200/1200/963/3M/cld/0917/10186). Prev Advice: EICHERMOT @30192 on 10/08/2017 Those who sold above 30000/- , may … Continue reading

ADANIPORTS @414 on 13/11/2017

You may retain this as well as add some more for medium/long term…ref 1171/24.8 (125/850/2570/1150/1250/1200/1200/3M/cld/0917/10219). Prev Advice: ADANIPORTS @396 on 14/08/2017 Retain what you have and rest may accumulate on dips for medium/long term…ref 1133/24.72 (90/655/2570/1150/1200/1150/1200/1056/3M/0617/9792). Prev Advice: ADANIPORTS @341 on 25/05/2017 You may remain invested in this; those who don’t have it may accumulate on dips … Continue reading

panch-tattva : some insight

Friends, Some people are intrigued by the words ‘vedic’ , ‘panch-tattva’ and the like that have been used by us when we refer to our system. Please dispel any misconception that you may have regarding the ‘panch-tattva ‘ teknik (system of analysis)  and please go through the next paragraph. You may understand that the five elements … Continue reading

panch-tattva / basis of analysis

About me This website is devoted to stock related study and advice. The ‘Vedas’ say that the ‘Shrushti’(the material existence) consists of ‘Panch Tattva’(five elements) i.e. Prithvi (the earthly material), Jal (the water i.e. liquid material), Agni (the fire i.e. the combustibility), Vayu (the airy material) and Akash (the ethereal material). We  see the companies’ … Continue reading

panch-tattva…some guidance

Dear Investors/Traders, We cover NIFTY stocks (search by using NSE symbols) and form an opinion. The results, whenever announced, are analyzed and observations are made considering almost all aspects of the business and environment. You will find such opinion in a nutsehll under ‘stock-specific recommendations’. We call our system of study as ‘panch-tattva’. To understand … Continue reading