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Our Goals1. Returns: Help investors to participate in attractive investment opportunities and earn better returns compared to benchmark Index.
2. Alertness: Use all opportunities, small and big, through a combination of trading and investing.
3. Direction: For every X capital with us, give direction to 1000X capital through our Investment Consutling Services.
4. Innovation: Create simple and useful financial products for our clients/investors.
- Investment Notes for Year 2013
- MarketStar Consulting Service India
- MarketStar Consulting Service UK
- MarketStar Consulting Service USA
- Global Market Notes for Dec 2012
- Trades in Year 2012
- Suzlon Energy Achieves Debt Restructuring
- Indian Market View -13 Nov 2012
- India Real Estate Portfolio
- Notes from ONGC Share Sale Auction
Category Archives: Financial Services
**Our Offer** ——————————————————————– MarketStar Consulting Service – For India Market Trading: Top 100 Stocks Nifty Stocks (CNX100) Timeframe: 1 year Target Gain: 20% Performance Guarantee: Fee refund if gain is less than 20% in 1 year Fee: Rs 10,000 per … Continue reading
**Our Offer** ——————————————————————– MarketStar Consulting Service – For UK Market Trading: FTSE 100 Stocks Timeframe: 12 months Target Gain: 15-25% Performance Guarantee: Fee refund if gain is less than 15% in 1 year Fee: £800 per £10,000 trading capital Minimum … Continue reading
**Our Offer** ——————————————————————– MarketStar Consulting Service – For USA Market Trading: S&P 500 Stocks Timeframe: 12 months Target Gain: 15-25% Performance Guarantee: 100% fee refund if gain is less than 15% in 1 year Fee: $800 per $10,000 trading capital … Continue reading
Hi, once in a while, we must take a step back and see if the path we have chosen is going in the direction we wanted. And once we are satisfied that the direction is correct, we will find increased … Continue reading
Every person or organization should have a financial plan. In our experience, those without a plan are very likely to erode their financial position over time and find themselves running short of money to continue normal operations. Roger Babson concluded … Continue reading