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No beating about the bush.
When your relationship with your broker sours, you realise he holds all the cards. So, take care beforehand
After Prime Securities announced a hefty Rs23 crore mark-to-market provision, investors are running scared; they fear that several big brokerage firms may be in for tougher times, close branches or, worse, dump some losses to client accounts. Plenty of such complaints are already cropping...
If you are not going to be an active trader , revoke the PoA that gives your broker access to your shares and the bank account linked to the demat account
On 17th March, when the Sensex went into a free fall, a businessman with a fairly dormant depository account with a large brokerage firm, idly decided to check the decline in value of his portfolio from the peak. When he checked his demat...
Some action at last on the goof-up with the re-listing of English Indian Clays, but questions remain
Last fortnight, I wrote about the steep drop in the share price of
English Indian Clays Limited (EICL) after an internal de-merger and re-listing which had left its investors shocked and floundering for information and clarity (see MoneyLIFE, 13 March 2008). The developments merit another...