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Answered on 26 Jan Tuition/BCom Tuition/Income Tax Laws

Neha Shyamdasani

HRA is exempted to the least of the following: Actual HRA received 50%of basic salary Rent paid -10% salary 30000 60000+10000(50%retirement benefits)= 70000×50/100= 35000 23000 Exempt= 30000-23000=7000 read more

HRA is exempted to the least of the following:

  1. Actual HRA received
  2. 50%of basic salary
  3. Rent paid -10% salary
  • 30000
  • 60000+10000(50%retirement benefits)= 70000×50/100= 35000
  • 23000
  • Exempt= 30000-23000=7000
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Lesson Posted on 07/08/2020 Tuition/BCom Tuition/Business Mathematics and Statistics

Index Numbers

Sasikala C.

I have 17 years of experience in teaching Mathematics and Statistics for all UG & PG Degree courses in...

INDEX NUMBERS Definition: Index Numbers are statistical devices designed to measure the relative changes in the level of a specific phenomenon with respect to time, geographical location or other characteristics such as income, profession etc. EXAMPLE : If the index number of the wholesale price of... read more

INDEX NUMBERS

Definition: Index Numbers are statistical devices designed to measure the relative changes in the level of a specific phenomenon with respect to time, geographical location or other characteristics such as income, profession etc.

EXAMPLE :

If the index number of the wholesale price of spices in 2019 as compared to 2018 in 124, the implication is that the wholesale price of spices in 2019 has increased by 24%.

Here 2019 is the current year, and 2018 is the base year.

Note: 

  1. Index numbers are expressed in percentages.
  2. The base year index usually equals 100.

 

USES OF INDEX NUMBERS:

  1. They help in framing economic and business policies.
  2. They reveal trends and tendencies.
  3. They help in simplifying the data, thus facilitating the comparative study.
  4. They are used to measure the purchasing power of money.
  5. They are useful in deflating.
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Answered on 17/06/2020 Tuition/BCom Tuition/Indian Economy

Deepika Agrawal

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Land Settlement Policies: Colonial government introduced various land settlement policies such as the Zamindari system in which maximum profit coming from the agriculture sector went into the hands of Zamindars instead of cultivators. Therefore, the zamindars adopt a stubborn attitude. read more

Land Settlement Policies: Colonial government introduced various land settlement policies such as the Zamindari system in which maximum profit coming from the agriculture sector went into the hands of Zamindars instead of cultivators.

Therefore, the zamindars adopt a stubborn attitude.

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Indicators - Technical

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

Indicators The categorisation of Indicators: By what they tell. By the data they use. By lagging vs leading types. Oscillators and Non-Oscillators. Indicators By what they tell: Trend Indicators Momentum Indicators Volatility Indicators Volume (Market Strength) Indicators Support &... read more

Indicators

The categorisation of Indicators:

  • By what they tell.
  • By the data they use.
  • By lagging vs leading types.
  • Oscillators and Non-Oscillators.

Indicators By what they tell:

  • Trend Indicators
  • Momentum Indicators
  • Volatility Indicators
  • Volume (Market Strength) Indicators
  • Support & Resistance Indicators
  • Cycle Indicators
  • Trend: persistence with which prices move in any direction. (sustainability)
  • These indicators show how strong a trend is, whether it is weakening on strengthening.
  • Examples:
    • Trendlines, MAs, MACD.
    • Aroon, Directional Movement.
    • Envelopes & Channels.

Momentum Indicators

  • High Momentum
  • Slow Momentum
  • Momentum: the speed at which prices move over a given time.
  • Changes in momentum often lead to changes in price.
  • Examples:
    • Momentum (ROC), Stochastic, RSI.
    • MACD
    • Ultimate Oscillator. (Popular oves)
    • Much slow momentum & Strong Trend.

Volatility Indicators

  • Volatility: the magnitude of “day-to-day” fluctuations in prices.
  • Volatility is independent of direction.
  • Changes in volatility tend to lead changes in prices.
  • Examples:
    • VIX may help as it uses option data. A rather other Indicator in this group uses mostly prices.
    • Bollinger Bands, Ketner Bands
    • Standard Deviation, Standard Error.

Volume (Market Strength) Indicators

  • Volume strength or lack of it for a price can often indicate future price moves.
  • Examples:
    • Accumulation / Distribution.
    • On Balance Volume (OBV), Positive (Negative) Volume Index, Price Volume Trend (PVT).
    • MA (Volume Adjusted).
    • Indicator trends give an Idea of what happened at a certain time.

Support & Resistance Indicators

  • Prices tend to rise/fall to certain levels and reverse: this is Support & Resistance.
  • Examples:
    • Andrews Pitchfork, Envelopes
    • Fibonacci, Trione, Gann.

Cyclical most useful in commodities.

  • Agri (Definitely)
  • Base metals

Cycle Indicators

  • Securities often show cyclical behaviour.
  • Useful in predicting price changes.
  • Examples:
    • Fourier Transform,
    • Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO),
    • Fibonacci Time Zones.
  • Pro
    • Used to find out when & where it might turn in another direction.
  • Corn
    • To use it in a short period, e.g., Intraday – pro highly impossible.
    • Indicators give warning something is going to happen.
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Divergence

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

Divergence What is a Divergence? Interpretation in different market phases common mistakes Divergences When prices and indicators move in the same direction, then are “in line” The price trend is likely to continue There is NO divergence When the indicator moves in a different... read more

Divergence

What is a Divergence?

Interpretation in different market phases common mistakes

Divergences

  • When prices and indicators move in the same direction, then are “in line”
    • The price trend is likely to continue
    • There is NO divergence
  • When the indicator moves in a different direction to price then BEWARE – the indicator and price trend and Diverging
    • The divergence indicates that the velocity of the advance or decline is decelerating.
    • The prevailing trend MAY be about to reverse.
    • Can the trend velocity increase again?

Negative / Bearish Divergence

  • Price – return line
  • Momentum – Indicator Trend
  • In an Uptrend:
    • The Up Trend Line connects the Bottoms of Price Action, BUT when checking for Divergences, you should connect the TOPS of an Up Trend.
  • In a Downtrend:
    • The Down Trend Line connects the Tops of Price Action, BUT when checking for Divergences, you should connect the BOTTOMS of an Down Trend.

Positive / Bullish Divergence

  • Price
  • Momentum

In Divergence

Observing the momentum so that something going to happen in the price.

Divergence Strength: Points to note…

  • Point A – point of maximum velocity of the price.
  • Points B & C – price continues to rise (or fall) but at a slower pace.
  • Divergence – the conflict between price and momentum (i.e. velocity of price)
    • Rising or Falling prices are supported by weaker momentum
    • Deterioration in Momentum is an early warning of weakness in the price trend itself!

Divergence Strength:

  • Greater the Negative Divergence:

Greatermeans – the longer durations of the trend (How many Tops & Bottoms.)

  • Fewer informed investors are buying while more of the uninformed buyers move in – Distribution? – when the weak buyers also start to sell then sharper the fall.
  • Greater the Positive Divergence:
    • More and more informed investors are buying – Accumulation? – when the uninformed move in the price rise is mostly to be faster.
  • Most mkt bottoms have at least one Positive Divergence
    • If the market is reaching a bottom and one does not see a positive Divergence then may be the market is NOT bottoming!
    • The above does not necessarily apply for tops.

Divergence Strength: Number of Divergences

  • Greater numbers are indicative of longer & more significant weakening of the underlying trend (esp at mkt tops)
  • When the confirmation (something happened in the ‘Price’) occurs, the reversal is likely to be sharper and faster.

Divergence Strength:

Most Recent Divergence around Equilibrium…

  • Closer the last point of the Indicator is to be Zero level the more significant the Divergence.
  • Mid point cent----
    • Negative Divergence: point C is at / below the midpoint of the indicator.
    • Positive Divergence: point C is at / above the midpoint of the indicator.
  • Refer to the charts on Pos & Neg Divergence,

Divergence Strength:

Time between divergence

  • Greater the time gap between the price and momentum (indicator) greater the significance.
  • Keep in mind the time frame one is looking at: short – Intermediate – long term?
    • Short time frame settings have importance for the subsequent intermediate trend.
    • Intermediate time frame settings are important for the next primary.
    • When comparing peaks and bottoms of an indicator then compare like time frames. (Comparing the peak / bottom of a short time frame with an intermediate time frame indicator is wrong!)

Confirmed Divergence

  • Divergences on their own do NOT signal a price trend reversal
  • When Price Reversal signal is formed then any pre-existing divergence is said to be Confirmed.
    • Egs of price reversal: Trendline break, MA Crossover, Price pattern completion, etc.
    • Until the price reversal happened then it is a “Tentative Divergence”.

Divergence Trap

  • A Point where price reversal is expected
  • Price eventually breaks down and initial divergence is confirmed
  • Indicator moves to a level higher than the previous one or more tops.

Divergence Trap

  • A trader who is not aware of Divergence Trap will give up on his bearish view at Point A – where a fresh rally starts (and is also likely to be confused about divergences!)
  • Eventually the confirmation happens and the price reverses.
  • Exercise: Draw the Bullish Divergence Trap.

To check the strength of the Divergence check with the shorter, medium, longer and in all the three then it is more evidence.

Complex Divergences

  • Price trends are determined by Interaction of many different time frames.
  • Indicators look at only one time frame.
  • Good practice to have 2 (or more) different indicators with different time settings.
  • Various scenarios can occur with such a study.

Complex Divergences

  • Price and indicators more in same direction – a very healthy trend.
  • Shorter time cycle indicator peaks and falls while the longer time cycle one continues to rise – cycles are out of important sync – beware!
  • Both indicators show divergences – body of evidence of a price reversal is stronger.
  • Always wait for confirmation with price trend reversal.

All reversal does not / need not to come with the Divergence

Complex Divergences

  • Ensure that the different time cycles are separated properly. Eg 10d vs 20d is fine but 10 vs 12 is not.
  • Longer term indicator should be peaking when shorter term indicator is close to equilibrium point –
  • Exercise: Illustrate Complex Divergence at tops and bottoms.

Strong Momentum BUT Weak Price

  • Price
  • Strong momentum BUT respectively weak price move
  • Momentum
  • Sign of a mature trend – May not he a aggressive reversals.

Divergences.

Common Errors…

  • Divergences can be misleading in a strong trend.
    • Many (mild) bearish divergences before a price top materializes in a strong uptrend.
    • Many (mild) bullish divergences before a price bottom forms in a strong downtrend.
    • Alternative Interpretation of this…
  • Getting too excited about divergences.
  • Always confirm with a Price Reversal!
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Price Patterns

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

Price Patterns The Indicator chart itself can provide clues to future price moves. When studies together with the price chart, one can get better insights into market movements. TA Principles on Indicators The concepts of trend, patterns, MAs etc can be applied to Indicator charts Such a study... read more

Price Patterns

The Indicator chart itself can provide clues to future price moves.

When studies together with the price chart, one can get better insights into market movements.

TA Principles on Indicators

  • The concepts of trend, patterns, MAs etc can be applied to Indicator charts
  • Such a study can offer advance notice of impending price trend changes.
    • And of the Indicator itself.
  • Price confirmation is always required!

Trendlines

  • One of the most reliable indicators of trend of momentum
  • Importance based on
    • Number of points on the TL
    • Duration of the TL
    • Angle of the TL
  • Once a TL is broken, extend it for it may become a future Sup / Res of the Indicator.

Tops & Bottoms

  • Uptrends with HTs & HBs and Downtrends with LTs & LBs occur in Indicators also.
  • The principles of the tops & bottoms NOT holding indicating deterioration of the trend apply to indicators also.

Advance BOs and BDs

  • Price – Subsequent high is often the high of the market
  • Higher High Advance BO
  • Lower Low – Advance BD
  • Momentum
  • Subsequent low is often the low of the market.

Price Patterns

  • Indicators may sometimes show patterns (H&S, Triangles, Rectangles, Double, Triple Tops & Bottoms)
  • CAUTION – a reversal in Momentum does NOT necessarily mean that there IS price reversal also.
  • However, when reversal is confirmed by a price break, it almost always has important consequences.
  • Trends in momentum are generally less sustainable than trends in price.

Price Patterns

  • Usually there is a time lag between completion of a pattern in the indicator and the similar pattern completing in the price – with the indicator usually giving an advance warning.
  • A reversal pattern forming at the extremes: OB and OS levels is more important than one at equilibrium point.
  • On the other hand it is much better to ignore UP side breakouts at OB and DOWN side breakdown at OS levels.
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Instruments To Predict Market Outlook -- Few Basic methods

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

Popular methods of interpreting the market movement Given the Indian methods of data collection, one may also use the following techniques to understand future market movement: Price vs Volume change Advance-Decline Lines New-High and New-Low indicator Use of derivatives data selectively ... read more

Popular methods of interpreting the market movement

 Given the Indian methods of data collection, one may also use the following techniques to understand future market movement:

  • Price vs Volume change
  • Advance-Decline Lines 
  • New-High and New-Low indicator
  • Use of derivatives data selectively

 

 Price vs Volume change for predicting market behaviour

 Technical analysts believe that price and volume are closely related. There are four rules for Price vs Volume change:

 a. A rising index with an increasing volume will indicate a bullish market and a "buy" signal as it reflects unsatisfied demand in the market.

 b. A falling index with decreasing volume shows a bullish signal.

 c. When volume tends to increase during index declines, it is a bearish signal.

 d. When volume tends to decrease as the index rises, it is a bearish signal.

 

 As the Exchanges provides daily volume data, by plotting volume as well as a market index, one can draw an inference about the market by looking at their direction of movement. Similarly, you can plot the volume data of individual securities along with their price movement chart to find a "buy" or "sell" signal.

 

 Advance-Decline line

 Every day several securities advance from its previous closing rate. Similarly, several of them fall off the last day's closing price. The cumulative net difference between the number of issues advanced and declined is used as an indication of the breadth of the market. When such data is plotted, it is called the advance-decline line. A hypothetical situation is given here to show how it is arrived at.

 

 Note that the sign change (plus or minus) has nothing to do with actual figures. It merely shows the direction. Analysts generally specify the initial cumulative rate, a considerable number, say 25000, to keep the collective difference positive. If you plot it daily, you will get the advance-decline line. For analysis, you have to view the advance-decline line against the plot of the Index.

 

 The rules are as follows:

 a. A rising Index with a falling advance-decline line indicates that despite a rise in about 30 blue chips in the Index, many small stocks are beginning to turn down. It is an indication of a weakening market and gives a bearish signal.

 b. A fall of Index with a rising advance-decline line gives a bullish signal.

 c. Technical analysts also believe that when the cumulative number of advances exceeds declines by 2000 over ten days; the market may be "overbought", meaning that it is susceptible to some reactions. Similarly, if the cumulative number of declines exceeds advances by 2000 over ten days; the market may soon have a rebound.

 

 If you are keen about plotting this chart, you can refer to the newspaper The Economic Times, which gives the daily share advance-decline data.

 

 What are the New-High and New-Low indicator?

 A rising market should normally view an expanding number of stocks hitting new high prices and decreasing new low prices. Conversely, a declining market is usually accompanied by an increasing number of new lows and a decreasing number of new highs. Many technical analysts believe that when the movement of New-High and New-Low data diverges from the movement of the market index, the movement of the former will usually provide a clue for the future price movement.

 

 How are the charts prepared?

 We generally use measures of momentum and overbought/oversold readings to aid in our interpretation of a stock. There are three different momenta for charting.

  • Daily momentum for short term trading
  • Weekly momentum for intermediate-term trading
  • Monthly momentum for long term trading

 

 What is a ROC chart?

 A ROC chart or a Rate of Change chart intends to measure acceleration or deceleration in prices. It is conventional to plot this chart along with a price chart for interpretation. For instance, a 15-day Rate of Change (ROC) chart is obtained by taking the ratio of the current price to the price 15 days ago, which is converted to a percentage by multiplying with 100. If such 15 days ROC for each day is plotted, then you may get a 15 days ROC chart. A ROC chart will remain flat as long as the current price trend continues because the market returns will be constant. Any change in the price trend immediately shows up in the ROC chart, as the return will change. Thus basically, you can interpret whether the gross return from the market over constant intervals are undergoing any change, by glancing at the ROC chart.

 

 Can one perform technical analysis, with voluminous data on price and volume? 

 A simple charting for selected scrips as well as the moving average analysis can be easily done if you collect price data from newspapers over a while. As technical analysis is meant for short-term investment analysis, data gathering for more than 2-3 months is not necessary. You can plot the graph on paper. If you have access to a computer, and if you know MS - Excel, this further simplifies your job. You can even derive data on advance-decline, new-high new-low etc. from the daily The Economic Times and accordingly work out your analysis. The purpose of these exhaustive explanations on analysis is to provide an in-depth understanding of the subject. In future, if you read any analytical write-up in an investment journal or newspaper, you would easily comprehend it. Of course, if you have a computer and technical analysis software, you may utilise them for additional benefits. All the techniques mentioned here have been incorporated in the Indian softwares.

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Intraday Trading - My way of doing it

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

Who I am Right now is " I am a Greedy person, compulsive trader, proving person, manipulator, Independent, non acceptor, not touch with reality, ready to book losses saying it is normal to book losses- losses happens, too good looking to myself. Inauthentic, out Integrity person, life/trading is like... read more

Who I am Right now is " I am a Greedy person, compulsive trader, proving person,  manipulator, Independent, non acceptor, not touch with reality, ready to book losses saying it is normal to book losses-  losses happens, too good looking to myself.  Inauthentic, out Integrity person, life/trading is like this I am incapable to change anything, emotional Trader.

Occurrence

  • Disciplined, Extra ordinary Technical Trader
  • Asset multiplier
  • Stubborn Profit maker
  • I am profit Booker 08 out of 10 Trades

Mastery in Trade

  1. I am Identifying scrips based on formulas.
  2. Formulas are M1, M2, Magic Breakout and D2 only.
  3. I successfully enter into trade every time with patients, where I need to enter that too on time.
  4. Before Entry I check the Exit point and calculate whether It is ok for me to take the profit, non profit Ratio. If it is ok then only I am trading.
  5. I reverse once only.
  6. As and when I am present that I have entered "out of formula" In case of out of formula Entry,  In spite of the situation/Reason why I entered into such trade.  
  • I should Book the profit whatever Available.
  • I should come out Instantly.
  1. When Trade going against the profit Direction.
  • Re check the chart/Formula? Entry point. Whether there is any formula target has been achieved.
  • Check for SL/Reversal order.
  1. I have to stick to the monthly lot size for the whole month.
  2. When a profit turns loss and it is coming back to profit then just book the profit and do not wait for your original target.
  3. Minimise the physical presence in front of the PC after 11 o'clock.
  4. As your First target hits make a trial profit order and shut that script out of your screen.
  5. Take care of profit protection order.  Profit will take care of me. Choose increased profit, Profit will automatically choose you.
  6. See what market is offering. Certainly the market will give you whatever you want.
  7. Get the confirm signal. wait for 15 minutes then Enter.
  8. In case profit protection order gets hit Be vigilant and Increase the profit that Day itself.
  9. Enter in a perfect formula only.
  10. Authentically See yourself why do you want to trade that moment., is because you are free or there is a push/urge to do trade or Really there is a Trading opportunity you identified or to increase the profit (Greedy).
  11. When Entering in case of Buy the present day high should be Broken, In case of sell the present day low should be Broken.
  12. Trade the Nifty when it opens Between 28 to 32 points difference or M1 & M2 , Strong magic Breakout, D2 conditions.
  13. In case there are long spikes at the start of the market or at the middle do not trade.
  14. In case If I am hesitant to give a call to anyone then do not trade on such calls.
  15. In case I have made 10% profit do not trade on the next day.
  16. In case on a trading or when I haven't traded on a any day there may be some good moments has happened which I might have missed, In that case I should stop trading further on that day or  on next day (it is quit natural to compensate that i might over trade, everything seems profitable trades.
  17. If I have fought or Disagreement with my wife or myself until I get complete with my wife or myself. Then switch on the pc, only after clear completion.
  18. Before Entering the trade confirm the Exit points.
  19. If I could not entered for any reason

              (i)       Do not trade in the same script (there is always a hangover syndrome)

  • See myself searching other things to compensate the possible profit or loss. In that case do stop the pc.
  • Get complete about it "fully".
  1. Stick to the formula for profit protection order when you are not sure of anything.
  2. In case of huge loss then what is expected acceptable to you. Please do not trade for two days.
  3. Trade after doing Direct access every day.
  4. Check the DIR before entering the trade.
  5. Stick to both profit and profit protection only.
  6. After entering the trade when I feel something is not in favour of the trade plan.  I exit at that moment itself.  After clear trend emerge then I enter into the trade.
  7. Check the inputs myself is there is any opportunity/possibility to enter the trade.  And check whether there is any target achieved  through other formulas.
  8. I am seeing the market through four formulas M1,M2,Magic breakout & D2.
  9. Speak to myself as a third reason about the scripts and broader market and give comparison study that will enlightens about the trend.
  10. I go in depth on all the formulas improvise on the formulas.
  11. I check the scripts on different time intervals before the entry.
  12. Analyse on all the trades at the end of the trade with Arthi.
  13. I let the profit runs/increase and I accumulate then.
  14. When the trade is profit running consider  it has shown Rs.10,000 then my profit protection order is at Rs.5000 points.
  15. On completion of each profit booking pamper myself with anything music, fruits, snacks.,etc.
  16. Switch on the monitor after 15 minutes on successfully hiking the target/booking profit.
  17. Check why I want the profit to run whether ;
  • To cover the loss on
  • Greedy
  • Really there is possibility present.

                                                                                               

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Predict Share Market

Chandrashekar Senthil Kumar

In Later part of my 29 years of Career, 12 years as Professional Trader, Analyst & Devised a Proprietary...

How to Predict Share Market As traders, we must still place the corresponding orders to enter and exit positions at the right times and in the right directions in order to profit. Simply understanding the direction to trade in won't help you near as much as knowing when to get in and when to get out.... read more

How to Predict Share Market

As traders, we must still place the corresponding orders to enter and exit positions at the right times and in the right directions in order to profit. Simply understanding the direction to trade in won't help you near as much as knowing when to get in and when to get out. It would be nice to have a crystal ball. But that's not what trading is all about. Timing is everything. Although we might accurately predict the next move of a stock or the market itself.

It's important to be able to locate and use chart patterns and technical analysis for trading. I sure don't think a trader's ability to tell the future (or backtest the past) will make him a profitable trader. Chart pattern recognition is certainly helpful to traders.

Every trader is going to go through times of being right and being wrong. Successful trading is about damage control when you're wrong and pressing it when you're right. What's most important is staying in sync with the market and adjusting your trading size and frequency at the right times in order to maximise your profitability.

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Hey Priya, Do any Management course where it helps you to understand the core management skills required for any Entrepreneur. Also, get some knowledge in the PR. All the above, you should have some excellent Analytical skills to analyze the market requirements; this can put you into a top-notch position... read more

Hey Priya,
Do any Management course where it helps you to understand the core management skills required for any Entrepreneur. Also, get some knowledge in the PR.
All the above, you should have some excellent Analytical skills to analyze the market requirements; this can put you into a top-notch position as an Entrepreneur.
- I also support comments by MR. S. Santosh.

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