Underperfroming Stocks

POSTED BY Tarun Jain ON September 25, 2010 4:58 pm COMMENTS (2)

Indian Stock  market is almost at all time highs…, some argue it is next bubble in formation, but there are still hundreds of stocks which did not perform in this rally.

During last one year since Diwali, many stocks have given negetive returns: Reliance, JP Associat, GmrInfra, DLF, Unitech, Suzlon, ICSA, HCL-insys dropped substantially.


What should be the strategy if some one is holding any of these stocks and his portfolio has underperformed wrt index ?

2 replies on this article “Underperfroming Stocks”

  1. If the fundamentals of the company is not good & balance sheet is showing less profit q after q, it’s better to exit from such companies & book your loss.

    On the other hand, if fundamentals of the company is good, just hold them & purchase more in deep correction time. Sometimes, some stocks get “cought” as far as technicals of the chart are concerned. They take some time to move upward again.

    Hope it will help you.

  2. Hemant B says:

    Price of Infosys in 2000 was higher than its price in 2007 end. It touched a new high only in year 2009.

    Maximum of IT stocks have never touched there highs of 2000.

    Take your own call 🙂

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