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While Nifty was in correction mode last week, an optimistic Pankaaj Maalde tries to explain in this edition why investors should treat equity as an asset class so that this volatility in the stock market never affects them. For investors, ShareTipsInfo recommend SKS Microfinance for its 15% upside potential from current levels, and SMC recommend Triveni Turbine and Jagran Prakashan for the potential significant growth the two companies are likely to witness. For observers of the India equity market, Nooresh Merani offers a technical view on sensex/stocks/commodities. In other articles, we have Raghu Kumar of RKSV, one of fastest growing online broking firms in India, elaborating on Discount Broking that is becoming the de-facto norm in the West. As usual, we also have a technical query answered by our experts in the 'Ask an Expert' section.

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Discount broking is here to stay!

Raghu Kumar of RKSV says, discount broking has become the de-facto norm in the West, where the concept of brokerage as a percentage of turnover traded does not exist. Full service brokerages are having a tough time competing with discount brokers.

Click here to read the elaborate article by Raghu Kumar


SKS Microfinance: Buy for 15% upside potential from current levels
With the company's Q4FY15 net profit rising 49.5% y/y to INR405.36m, ShareTipsInfo recommend to 'Buy' this scrip becuase of its surplus scenario, which is likely to continue for this financial year and will also keep its growth story in the coming quarters as well.

Technical view on Sensex/Stocks/Commodities by Nooresh Merani
According to Nooresh Merani, although Nifty is expected to bottom out, it is not likely to be easy and will test patience. Hence, medium-term and positional traders are advised to buy Nifty at 8080/8120 and add if it dips to 7950-8000. With stop-loss closing below 7880, it could be a good time to accumulate large cap stock with a medium- to long-term view.


Fundamental picks: Buy these stocks for 31% & 30% upside respectively
According to SMC, while Triveni Turbine robust order book indicates that the company may achieve significant growth in turnover on both standalone and consolidated going forward, Jagran Prakashan is expected to benefit from the expansion in regional language newspaper readership and growth in ad revenue.

Equity as an asset class has always outperformed other assets class in the longer run
According to Pankaaj Maalde, although Nifty had been in a correction mode last week, rather than pressing the panic button, investors should instead understand and follow the basic rules of investing in equity, so that this volatility in the stock market never affects them.

Featured Technical Call for today by 3M Team
Buy UCO Bank for an ultimate target of 50+
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One of our readers and an investor had a horizon of 5 years but was not sure which stocks would have a huge potential. Read the encouraging solution given by Rakesh Rathod.


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