Eight questions you must ask your broker before buying a stock

Margin of safety is the extent to which the valuation of the stock is higher than the market price. Greater the gap, greater is the margin of safety

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Amarjeet Maurya Mumbai
Most of us tend to rely on our stock broker's advice when it comes to buying and selling of shares. Remember that the onus of the investment still lies with you. While a stock may be a great business, it may not be a great investment. Similarly, it may be a good investment pick but it may not be suitable for you. Any stock recommendation can never be accepted in black and white with a sense of finality. As an investor the onus is on you to ask some serious questions to your broker before buying the stock to ensure

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First Published: Sep 13 2018 | 1:24 PM IST

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