Buy Buy Brigade sitting on D grade highly illiquid manipulated multi baggers???

Discussion in 'Ask A Query About Your Stock Picks And Portfolio' started by kharb, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. kharb

    kharb Well-Known Member

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    I am really amused at lot of noise made in media , by Buy Buy Brigade D grade Stock Champions, who I assume are sitting on Highly Illiquid manipulated multi baggers D grade stocks. I as small invester will certainly look at Secular large cap Blue chip stocks of sectors like Quality Pvt retail banks,leader in infra Cum defence, FMCG, Insurance, petrol Cum telecom Cum retail play, leader in passenger car etc if they correct more from 31 January prices so that my LTCG tax burden amount is paid by market correction. If there is substantial_substantial further Deep Blood Bath in small and mid caps, I would like to take small, mid cap mutual funds route if I decide to invest in that space . But I as small invester will certainly not touch even with Fork, D grade Highly Illiquid manipulated Multi baggers stocks by listening to Buy Buy Brigade of D grade stock Champions, who are Stuck in LTCG tax Carnage, why I as small investors should behave like a Govt agency to bail them out. Just for discussion, not any buying or selling recommendation as always as I am not an expert and nothing specific against any Individual.
     
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    kharb Well-Known Member

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    Although I always invest only in Top Quality stocks and had already removed any stocks which I consider was not of Top Grade during market Rally well before Budget and Shifted to stocks of Highest Quality . I still feel this is a market where you can not do any thing on Big Fall, but still can Shift from Poor Quality Stocks to Good Quality Stocks on every Rise without looking into 10 or 20% losses in D Grade Stocks . Forget about averaging in third grade stocks, Time to remain in Third Grade Stocks seems to be over. No recommendation to buy or sell as always as I am not an Expert , just for discussion in this forum.
     
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