I would say basis fundamentals and dips in stocks I feel have good basics. I don't understand technicals and how they work so really haven't factored them in buying decisions. E.g. of my portfolio Naukri, Yes Bank, HDFC AMC
What is a good strategy to follow for non day traders. E.g. I am a normal investor with goal of long term investing - 3+ yr window. But many times my portfolio has gone +-30% when this happens I wonder if I should have booked profit. So question is it wise to trade equity with long term view or should one keep a look and sell when gains are good (but no guarantee that you can buy a stock at same or lower price if you sell).
Indiabulls Housing eyes a banking licence via merger with Lakshmi Vilas Bank: Here’s what investors should do
This article seems to be interesting in that it says one should exit IndiaBulls prior to merger completion given PE ratio. Should one sell now? Any exit price recommended?