5Paisa Capital shares hit 5% lower circuit on market debut

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Mumbai: Shares of 5Paisa Capital Ltd, the demerged entity of IIFL Holdings Ltd, made a weak debut on stock exchanges on Thursday. The stock was locked at 5% lower circuit immediately after opening as no buyers were available but what stood out was the major difference in share prices of the company on the two national stock exchanges. The online discount broking stock was listed at Rs650 per share on the BSE with trade volume of 247 shares. It was listed on the NSE at Rs400 per share with trade volume of 27,136 shares. At closing, the stock was locked at circuit at Rs617.50 and Rs380 on BSE and NSE, respectively. “We don’t have any comments, however, all we understand is that price determination takes place at each of the…
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Mahindra Scorpio News & Reviews

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Mahindra Scorpio Price in India   The Scorpio is a household name in the Indian car market since the year 2002; the SUV has many accolades to its name including ‘Best car of the year’, ‘Best SUV of the year’ and much more. While the first generation SUV was introduced back in 2002, the second generation was introduced just after four years in 2006. Much later Mahindra decided to up their game and introduced the third-generation SUV back in 2014. Now after almost three years of its production Mahindra has decided to launch the facelift variant of the SUV.   EXTERIORS   Like we already mentioned above the test mule of the facelifted SUV was spotted a couple of times and from the spy shots of the test mule, it is…
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Last stand of SAS heroes at Tobruk: The ultra-secret British troops who infiltrated enemy lines

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To jeers of ‘Dummkopf’, the convoy of lorries from Rommel’s Afrika Korps barely slowed as it sped through the checkpoint on the road into Tobruk. From the front seat, an officer in his Wehrmacht uniform imperiously waved his papers at the Italian soldiers manning the roadblock and barked that he had scores of British prisoners of war captured in the desert to deliver into custody. The Italian sentries lifted the barrier and waved them through. As the three trucks drove on unhindered, the ‘German’ officer could hardly believe the breathtaking bluff had worked. In reality, he was no German but Captain Henry Buck of Britain’s SOE, the Special Operations Executive. As for his 80 ‘prisoners’, crammed on benches in the back of the trucks, they were actually heavily armed British…
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The story of Raghu Kumar’s Upstox and how their free investing, user friendly app, shocked the brokerage landscape

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As odd as it might sound, my brother (Ravi) and I knew that we wanted to get into the world of trading from a very young age. I grew up in the West (France, Canada, and the USA), and in the West one thing they do very well is cultivate the idea of thinking differently from an early age. When I was 15 or so, my economics teacher had a stock picking challenge for the class. Each student had a small amount of fake money to purchase stocks with. At the end of the year, the student with the highest returns would get a guaranteed top rank. Realising that the chance of winning was going to be very difficult, I knew I had to think outside the box. While everybody…
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Technical Spotlight: Tracking Shares of Samco Gold Limited (SGA.V)

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The Percentage Price Oscillator Histogram trend indicator is currently under zero on shares of Samco Gold Limited (SGA.V). Active traders may be carefully tracking the indicator to see if the position is pointing to the stock as a sell. After a recent technical review, shares of Samco Gold Limited (SGA.V) have a 200-day moving average of 0.04. The 50-day is 0.03, and the 7-day is sitting at 0.02. Using a wider time frame to assess the moving average such as the 200-day, may help block out the noise and chaos that is often caused by daily price fluctuations. In some cases, MA’s may be used as strong reference points for spotting support and resistance levels. Employing the use of the moving average for technical equity analysis is still highly popular…
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Fyers has the most hassle free way for millenials to invest in the Indian stock market

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Fyers is an online stock brokerage company with stock analysis tools. The brokerage has introduced a thematic investment platform that allows anyone to invest in their ideas, without actually looking at the stocks. This allows millennials to invest in the stock market just like professionals. Each theme has stocks from hand picked, well performing companies. Users of the platform only have to select the ideas that think will give the maximum returns for the future. The themes are simple to understand, such as "consumer electronics", "core sectors", "cashless economy", "navratnas", "celebrate monsoon" or "sugar fest". Each theme is accompanied with information on how volatile the theme is, an index, and a mechanism to track the trends for that theme. Each theme has a minimum individual investment. The "sugar fest" theme…
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