Tata Elxsi - all-time high again. A lot to learn from this chart. ✅ https://t.co/IooKK2EYpy
Tata Elxsi (W) - near to the resistance zone again 5th time. @nishkumar1977 @suru27 @rohanshah619 @indian_stockss @sanstocktrader @BissaGauravB @RajarshitaS @PAVLeader @Rishikesh_ADX @VijayThk @Investor_Mohit @TrendTrader85 @jitendra_stock pic.twitter.com/aIC5kO8XqA— Steve Nison (@nison_steve) December 18, 2020
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I believe 5-10 stocks are enough for a retail investor to achieve super performance. And with small capital, there is no point in buying 20/30 names which doesn't even get appropriate initial capital.
Fresh case - RUPA https://t.co/nqq5nI1wLU
Sir Edwards & Magee discussed sloping necklines in H&S in their classical work. I am considering this breakdown by Affle as an H&S top breakdown with a target open of 770.— The_Chartist \U0001f4c8 (@charts_zone) May 25, 2022
The target also coincides with support at the exact same level. pic.twitter.com/n84kSgkg4q
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🏷Market Cap: 52,550 Cr
🏷One of the World’s leading provider of design and technology services across industries including Automotive, Broadcast & communications and Healthcare
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🏷Part of prestigious TATA Group
🏷Established in 1989, A forward looking IT business
🏷Company earns revenue primarily from providing information technology, engineering design, systems integration & support services, sale of licenses and maintenance of equipment
🌁The company operates in 2 segments
1. Software Development & Services
It is further sub divided into EPD and IDV.
🏷Embedded Product Design (EPD)
🏷Industrial Design & Visualisation (IDV) division
2. System Integration & Support (SIS)
🏷Manoj Raghavan (MD & CEO) : 22 Years of experience (2.42 Yrs tenure)
🏷CEO compensation ($USD 578.96K) is below average for companies of similar size
🏷CEO compensation has increased by more than 20% in the past year
🏷Change in promoter holding (Vs last quarter): -0.21%
🏷Change in FII holding (Vs last quarter): -0.78%
🏷Change in DII holding (Vs last quarter): +0.59%
🏷Change in public holding (Vs last quarter): +0.41%
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In the early 1950s, the shipping industry was a dying business.
New York’s docks were handling half as much domestic cargo in the early 1950s as they had been in the depressed 1930s.
In thirty years, no one had invested significant money in coastal shipping.
As McLean found out, loading ships was difficult and slow.
A truck or train would deliver items to the port. Each item was unloaded separately, recorded, and carried to storage.
When a ship was ready, each item was taken from storage, counted again, and hauled on-board.
The cost of this labor was significant. As one expert at the time explained:
“A four-thousand-mile voyage for a shipment might consume 50 percent of its costs in covering just the two ten-mile movements through two ports.”
Yet, despite the industry’s issues, it felt little pressure to change.
Foreigners were barred from operating domestically. Cartels ran international routes. And gov. subsidies eased the pain of labor costs.
Reshaping the industry needed an outsider.
Enter Malcolm McLean.
Ahobilam is the place where Prabhu appears in his fierce form, called Ugra Narasimha, who is Svayambhu (self-manifest).
Ahobilam is one of the 108 Divya Desams. It has 9 shrines for different forms of Narsimha.
Ahobilam was the exact place where Sri Narasimha appeared and tore apart Hiranyakashipu to save Prahlad. At that moment, all the Devas appeared and praised him as Ahobala (Aho is mighty and bala is strength). So the place came to be called Ahobilam.
Out of the 9 shrines, most famous is the Ahobila Narasimha Swamy where Prabhu is seen as Ugra Narasimha.
In another shrine, Prabhu appears as Malola Narasimha Swamy. Malola means beloved of Lakshmi. Here Prabhu is in peaceful mudra with his consort Ma ChenchuLakshmi.
Jwala Narasimha Swamy shrine is the actual spot where the fierce anger of Prabhu reached its culmination when he tore Hiranyakasipu.
Ugra Stambham is the pillar from which Narasimha appeared with such force that the entire hill split into two.
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3. @Potus knew that before he could begin cleansing the US and the rest of the world of the DS, he would have to cut one of the financial head's off the snake (Alwaleed). After JK met w/ King Salman, Alwaleed was arrested and divested of billions; MBS became leader of SA.
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The full story of || Dhruv ||
We’ll see How Dhruv occupied a fixed position in the northern sky?
I repeat “Untold Unsung now Unearthed”
Go through entire thread carefully.
OM NAMO BHAGWATE VAASUDEVAAY
RT & spread the knowledge.
Any questions use #AskPratz
.... continuing from previous thread/story
O prince! Thus concentrate on that omnipotent eternal Lord with the mantra - ‘OM NAMO BHAGWATE VAASUDEVAAY’ .
So you too go and recite the same mantra in order to please Lord Vishnu.— Prateechi \U0001f6eb\u2708\ufe0f\U0001f6e9\ufe0f (@BahuRaani) February 6, 2021
\u2026To be continued
It\u2019s a beautiful long story. Read it to your loved ones.
(Next Weekly Thread)
We\u2019ll see How Dhruv occupied a fixed position in the northern sky?
The prince Dhruv greeted the sages and continued on his journey. At last, he reached a beautiful forest Madhuvan on the bank of the river Yamuna. It was the same forest, which was later occupied by a demon Madhu.
Shatrughana, the youngest brother of Sri Rama had killed demon Lavan, son of Madhu in the same forest & founded the township of Mathura. In the same forest, prince Dhruv decided to carry out his penance. As per the dictate of the sages, he began to recite the mantra continuously
Very soon, the earth began to move because of Dhruv’s severe penance. Even the seat of Indra could not remain stable. A stampede resulted among the gods. The gods then hatched a conspiracy to disturb the penance.
Scientists of the modern world credit an English scientist John Dalton (1766 CE -1844 CE) for the Atomic Theory.
And this is because, most of us are not even aware of an ancient Indian Sage named Kanada, who was the first to formulate the theory of atoms, almost 2600 yrs before Dalton and talk about earth's gravity.
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He saw plentiful grains scattered along the path leading to the shore of river Ganga. It's a tradition in Hindu families to scatter the grains for the ants and birds to feed on them. Suddenly, an ant caught his attention, who was feeding on a rice grain.
He was mesmerised by this very fact that how a small grain of rice becomes food for the ant but to satisfy the hunger of a person so many grains are needed together. This incidence made him realize the importance of a single grain of rice.