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WHY & HOW TO INVEST IN
The formation of mutual funds take place when the funds are collected from diffrerent investors & then are invested in different souces like shares,stock or bond . As it is collectively managed so that the highest possible return can be earned & for that a professional manger is there who looks upon to the whole investment & takes the decisions accordingly so that they could earn the maximum return on that.As mutual funds is one of the best ways in which we can allocate our funds in the right direction.

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Posted on: 25-Jun-2019 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('1')
Prepare for Question Answers Asked in Job Interview
Prepare yourself for interview by question answers generally asked by the interviewer for any field or position of job openinig.

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Posted on: 09-Jun-2019 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
What is stock market and how stock market works
The stock market is a collection of market and exchange what regular activity of buying, selling and issuing of shares takes place. All these activities are conducted through a institutionalized and formal exchange. If anyone says that he/she trades in stock market, it means they buy and sell shares/equities on one or more stock exchange that are a part of the overall stock market.   Written By: Rakshit Chauhan

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Posted on: 21-May-2019 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
What is book building in stock market?
What is book building in stock market?
A book building is a process which is used by companies when they are raising capital through IPO. Book building is actually a process for efficient price discovery of shares. 

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Posted on: 17-May-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
Magic of reversal candlestick pattern
Magic of reversal candlestick pattern
This is the truth of the market that nobody can tell us about the top and the bottom of the market. But candlestick can help you to identify the bottom or the top where reversal is possible. Learn the art of trading in NIFM.

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Posted on: 09-May-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
What is Secondary Market in Stock Market?
What is Secondary Market in Stock Market?
Secondary market is a place where you can trade in securities. The company which is listed in stock market is available for trading in secondary market only. 

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Posted on: 25-Apr-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
Why should you invest in stock market?
Why should you invest in stock market?
First of all everybody should invest in stock market. The reason behind that you may get good interest if you will compare than other investment like banks, mutual funds, property, gold etc. But it is not possible without information. Before going to invest in anything you work out for that same here in stock market, you have to know what, where, when you have to buy or exit in share market.

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Posted on: 18-Apr-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
3 Black Crows candlestick reversal pattern in zinc, what it means?
3 Black Crows candlestick reversal pattern in zinc, what it means?
Technical Analysis is a method to predict the future price on the basis of past price movements. This method will help you to generate a call for intraday, short term and long term.Candlestick gives signals for reversal trend.

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Posted on: 11-Apr-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
What is Primary market?
The primary market is a platform where an investor gets chance to invest in a company through the IPO. Which is helpful for private companies as well government.

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Posted on: 30-Mar-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')
Common investing mistakes in share market
Common investing mistakes in share market
Trading in stock market is not so easy.  Share market is highly volatile market where investment is difficult, much harder than the people think. You must not repeat those mistake.

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Posted on: 21-Mar-2017 | Posted by: NIFM | Comment('0')

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