Equity Research

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A Project Report
On
“Technical Research on Stocks”
Submitted By:

HARSHAL HOLKAR
MMS (FINANCE)
ROLL NO -17
2011-2013

Under the guidance of
PROF.ABHAY NAGALE

A PROJECT SUBMITTED IN PART COMPLETION OF MMS COURSE WITH

Chetana’s R.K. Institute of Management and Research
Bandra (E), Mumbai – 400051
July,2012

DECLARATION

This is to declare that the study presented by me to Chetana’s R.K.Institute of management and Research, in part completion of the MMS under the title “Technical Research on Stocks” had been done under the guidance of PROF.ABHAY NAGALE

Signature of the Student Harshal Holkar

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the study presented by Harshal Holkar to the Chetana’s R.K.Institute of management and Research, in part completion of the MMS under the title “Technical Research on Stocks” has been done under the guidance of PROF.ABHAY NAGALE.

The project is in the nature of original work that has not so far been submitted for any program of Chetana’s R.K.Institute of management and Research or any other University/ Institute. References of work and related sources of information have been given at the end of the project.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This project would not have been a success without the guidance and motivation of all my mentors. I am thankful to all the persons behind this project.
Thereby I take an immense pleasure in thanking Mr. Shantilal Chandaliya , our Chairman at Crown Consultants (P) Ltd. for having permitted me to carry out the project work.
I wish to express my deep sense of gratitude to my internal guide Mr. Abhay Nagale, for his guidance and useful suggestion, which helped me in completing the project work in time.
Last but not the least I would like to thank Mr. Darpan Chandaliya, who had been a source of inspiration for all the interns through his timely guidance and support in the conduct of our project

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