New Delhi, Dec. 3 (ANI- NewsVoir): Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), India’s number one financial magazine since 1986, along IIFL, India’s leading brokerage firm, and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) have recently organised a series of Investment Awareness Programs (IAPs) across India.
In its first wave 11 cities of Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Maharashtra were covered. Leading media house Dainik Jagran was the media partner for the series of the events.
The IAP bandwagon has now moved to Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh and is schedule to cover eight top cities.
IAPs have been receiving fabulous response from the retail investors, who attended them in good numbers to get knowledge about stock investment, the many dos and don’ts of stock investment, their rights, and even responsibilities of investments in shares and the method of picking good stocks and sectors.
Various eminent speakers from DSIJ, IIFL and BSE have addressed the confusion involving various aspects of stock investment, including ways of building a diversified portfolio.
Speakers have enlightened investors how the stock market is governed and how an investor can tackle any grievance arising against any broker, along with the dos and don’ts about the demat-related activities.
This highly educative and enlightening journey of DSIJ’s flagship Investment Awareness Program is scheduled to cover many more cities across India in a phased manner.
To continue this journey the IAP third wave is scheduled to start in December 2015 and will cover top cities from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and West Bengal.
Most big things start small. And that applies to the DSIJ Company as well. Starting off as a 12-page cyclostyled stapled booklet in 1986, Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), the flagship product of the company, soon began to be looked upon as the gospel of stock market investing. Indeed, it has been a remarkable and rewarding journey so far!
At a time when quality financial and guidance was rare, the company (DSIJ) pioneered many ‘firsts’ to cater to the fast growing investor base of India. Over the years, its primary publication and other products have helped investors create and protect their wealth in the most meaningful manner, guiding both new investors and the experienced ones, not to forget the established traders, to choose the right stocks, avoid pitfalls and reap the benefits of high tides in the vast ocean of equity investments.
As a matter of fact, DSIJ is elder to SEBI (1992), NSE (1992), online trading (1995), Demat (1996), internet trading (2000), etc. It is this vast experience, study and toughening during all kinds of scams and markets ups and downs that gives DSIJ an unbiased balanced insight about the several unfolding events without getting swayed by temporary and misleading populous excitement. ANI