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Annual Result - which shares will do better after the elections?

Annual Result - which shares will do better after the elections?

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Expert: Shailesh Saraf
  • Stocks
  • Personal Finance
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  • Beginners
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This webinar by Mr. Shailesh Saraf will focus on analysing companies that have declared annual results and expected to do better after Elections.

Key Topics 
Mr. Saraf will cover the below Topics in his webinar.
1.     Analysis of Company Annual Results in FY 2019 vs 2018
2.     List of stocks to invest in and expected to do better after Elections
3.     Q&A
 
Target Audience 
The Audience will be people who regularly invest in the Stock Markets, Financial Companies, Investors, Traders and Brokers either from Trading firms, Financial Institutions or Freelancers, who want to stay informed and up to date.

The Learning Outcome of This Webinar 
The aim is to enrich the audience with the understanding and study of company Annual Results. Audience will leave this webinar with enhanced knowledge of the Stock Market industry and list of stocks to invest in and expected to do better after Election. Lastly, but surely not the least, Mr Saraf will help and educate the audience on the important parameters in identifying the right stocks that can be added to ones portfolio.

Shailesh Saraf

Mr Shailesh Saraf has an experience of nearly 25 years in the financial markets, especially in areas related to capital & derivatives market operations, trading, research and management. Mr Shailesh Saraf has learnt international best practices and continues to strive for nothing but the best in terms of both moral and material growth. Passionate about Research, Mr Saraf spearheads the Research team, constantly striving to give maximum value to our clients, whether it is stocks or mutual funds. www.dynamiclevels.com, a research website and an initiative of Mr Saraf, aims at providing comprehensive updated research and knowledge on all the NSE Stocks and Nifty, to empower traders to trade independently.
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