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Im new to trading..recently i bought a share but i lost my amount.so how to analayse and trade.what are the steps needed for basic..It will be helpful...
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peoples earn from others mistake u have to look for that.
Right time Right bet u need.
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Brokerages like sharekhan have their traders learning resources. I find that they have collaborated with online academy (US) , which has huge resources for trading. Currently they are publicizing there "IGNITE" programme where one can learn to trade.

Worth exploring.
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But remember nobody becomes a good trader without losing.
Loss is an asset which fires the engine of our inquisitiveness to assimilate knowledge.
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so that i need to know,how to analyse,whether price will increase or decrease.how to know that.can you anyone guide me.For eg: unitech
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Brokerages like sharekhan have their traders learning resources. I find that they have collaborated with online academy (US) , which has huge resources for trading. Currently they are publicizing there "IGNITE" programme where one can learn to trade.

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But remember nobody becomes a good trader without losing.
Loss is an asset which fires the engine of our inquisitiveness to assimilate knowledge.

so that i need to know,how to analyse,whether price will increase or decrease.how to know that.can you anyone guide me.For eg: unitech
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so that i need to know,how to analyse,whether price will increase or decrease.how to know that.can you anyone guide me.For eg: unitech

whole broking industry is running and over 8000 crore ppls across the world are earning or loosing money just because price have no definite reason to move up or down
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The process is some what like---

process1__Learn>Assimilate>Apply>Fail

process2__Analyse Failure >Search answers >Assimilate>Apply>Fail

Keep repeating process2__until it becomes

process3__Analyse Failure >Search answers >Assimilate>Apply>SUCCESS

There are some factors that of observing throughout the process like
positivity , faith and deligence which one should either have in abundance or should cultivate.
But one who will endure will succeed.
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Price will increase if the dividend distribution of the company increases.
Dividend will increase if the profits of the company increases.
Profits will increase if the revenues of the company increses OVER TIME.

invert the equation for the causes of decrease.

Rest all is Noise
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