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For the first time, I bought a copy of MoneyLIFE (issue dated 8 May 2008) and found it good, though expensive at a cover price of Rs25. It is good that you have a respected personality like Ms Sucheta Dalal actively involved with the publication.
V Vijaykumar, by email
I am a regular reader of MoneyLIFE. I rate your magazine among the best of all personal finance magazines available in India. While reading ML some questions do crop up in mind. You always advise that one should sell a stock as soon as it falls 20% from its price. Similarly, I also want to know what will be the bullish signs to enter a stock. Only a single factor of 20% fall is enough to get...
Refer to ‘Stand Up and Fight’ (MoneyLIFE, 5 June 2008). In view of the Right to Information Act and for the convenience of tax-payers, especially those who have claimed refunds but not received them, I suggest that the status of all IT returns filed must be put on website of the income tax department. Details of refunds sent by the tax department and those that have been returned undelivered...