Thursday, January 11, 2024

The Bank, That will Run away !!

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Today We will be Discussing about a Bank, a Potential Breakout and a Big Mover in Coming days ... 


Let's Have a Look at the Chart .. 

This is a Monthly Time Frame Chart and We can See a Very Long Term Ranged Move Almost for 16 Years, and The Stock Breaks Out of the Box, Then it Breaks out Above the Previous All Time High Made in 2007, The Stock is Consolidating in the Small Range again after the Breakout and Retested The Breakout area. 

Now Let's See the Current Few Weeks .. 

 This is a Daily Time Frame Chart and We Can See a Bullish Formation Called Cup and Handle Formation Here, The Neckline Was 247-248 area while the Base is 215, The Breakout of almost 33 points From the Neckline, For this Target Comes at 280 levels. But There were 2 Resistances on the way placed at 254-258, Which are crossed as I am Writing the Blog. 

SO Without Wasting Much time, I will Write the Conclusion here : 

Karnataka Bank Ltd. is a Buy around 255-258 area, The Stoploss for Longs can be Placed around 235 or below for a First Target of 280 and Then 320 in Short Term. 

for a Longer Term View Remains on Long Side But, We will Plan to Buy around 180-200 area, For Long Term The Stoploss will be Close Below 160 and Target will be 320 - 380. 

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Wednesday, January 3, 2024

Potential Multibagger OR .... ??

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Now a Days, I am not Posting a Lot of Things here for Some Reasons, But Still Sometimes I feel the Need to Post Few Things which might help Retail Traders. 

Today I will be Discussing about a Stock. 

This Stock Looks Very Promising on Technical Scale, as the Chart is Developing Nice Formations, Yet it Failed to Impress us on Few Parameters and is unable to Make it's Place in Our EQUITY MARVELS. so I decided to Post in Open Forum and Will Share the Analysis with You Guys Today. 

You May Trade this as Per Your Comfort, Following the Levels Posted or Just Ignore it !! No Need to Express your Smartness here, this is Shared for The Genuine Traders Who Follow us and Trade on our Levels Blindly, Not For Social Media Warriors !!

The Stock is From IT Sector, I am Not Comfortable with the Sector as of Now. So I don't want to talk about Fundamentals and other stuff here, It's Pure Technical Analysis of Charts, Nothing else !! 

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Let's Have a Look at the Chart of the Stock. 

This is Monthly Chart of the Stock, As We can see the Chart is From 2016 to Till date, We Can See Price is Currently Moving around it's Listing levels. The Stock was in Downtrend for a Long time of almost 5 years and During Covid Reversal, The Stock Broke Out of the Falling Trend and Started Moving up but was restricted around the Listing price. It Corrected again in 2022 by almost 60% from the Highs of 2021. From April-May 23 The Stock again Started Reversing from a Strong Support and now again Near the listing price. 

During all this ups and downs, The Stock has Formed a Bullish Cup and Handle Pattern which is yet to complete and Take Breakout. The Neckline of the Formation is placed around 117 levels and above that we might witness a Strong Rally in the Stock. I will still be Not Comfortable unless and Untill we See Price closing above the Neckline for a Few days. We might also think of the Neckline as a Strong Resistance and Price Might Reverse and Fall Towards The 85 Levels or Below if The Stock is Unable to Show Strength and Cross the Neckline. 

To Gather the Strength and Do Accumulation prior to Breakout the Stocks show some Kind of Formations, Which we can see on The Daily Time frame Chart as posted below : 

This is a Daily Timeframe Chart of the Recent Time and Here also We Can See a Bullish Formation During a Fall on Higher Time Frame Chart. The Bullish Formation is Cup and Handle Formation with a Small Depth of the Cup but Much Necessary to Gather the Strength of Breakout on Bigger Timeframe. 

The Cup and Handle on daily Time Frame gave Breakout at 98 Levels, and as per the Rules and Depth of The Cup, The Target for This Breakout comes around 138 Levels. The Major Resistance as well as the Neckline of Monthly Pattern is Placed at 117, so To Achieve the Target of Small Cup and Handle, Price Must Breakout From The Bigger Cup and Handle Also. 

So For me The First Breakout Needs to Cross 117 and Trade above 118, to Achieve the Target of 138, But by the Time it is a Breakout from Bigger Time Frame also, where the Target Comes around 196 Levels as per the Pattern and It's Breakout. 

The Trade Recommendation Here is : 


Buy Around 100-105 

Accumulate on Dips 

Stoploss for the Trade : Close Below 85 Levels 

Targets : 117 - 138 - 155 - 177 - 196 

Caution : The Resistance around 117 Levels is Very Strong, I am Personally Not in Favor of IT Stocks and Particularly The Fundamentals of this Company don't Attract me. 

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Tuesday, January 2, 2024


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Tuesday, October 31, 2023

"Unlocking the Potential of Private Trusts in India: A Comprehensive Guide"

"Explore the world of private trusts in India, their benefits, registration process, and legal nuances. Learn how trusts can safeguard family wealth, achieve charitable goals, and provide tax advantages. Discover everything you need to know about trust creation and management in India."

In India, trusts play a significant role in various legal and financial matters. Trusts are primarily governed by the Indian Trusts Act, 1882, which provides the legal framework for creating and managing trusts in the country. 

Trusts are like guardians for your hard-earned assets, shielding them from the stormy seas of family disputes and property squabbles. Whether you're at odds with your loved ones or just want to ensure your legacy is passed down smoothly, private trusts are your secret weapon. In this guide, we'll unveil the captivating world of private trust registration in India and the fantastic benefits it offers.

Purposes for Formation of a Trust as Per the Act

The formation of a trust under the prevailing legal framework serves a diverse range of objectives, each grounded in specific principles and intentions:

1. Charitable and Religious Sentiments: One of the fundamental purposes of creating a trust is to honor and actualize the charitable and religious sentiments of the Settlor or Author of the trust. This noble endeavor aims to ensure that these sentiments are transformed into actions that benefit the public at large. By establishing a trust, the Settlor can channel their benevolence into initiatives that bring about a positive impact on society.

2. Income Tax Exemptions for Charitable and Religious Purposes: Trusts are often formed with the goal of securing income tax exemptions under relevant sections such as 10 or 11. This legal provision is instrumental in promoting and sustaining charitable and religious endeavors. It encourages individuals and organizations to contribute to causes that serve the greater good by offering financial incentives that, in turn, benefit the community.

3. Family Welfare and Support: Trusts also serve as a robust mechanism for safeguarding the interests and well-being of family members and other relatives who depend on the Settlor. Through the establishment of a trust, the Settlor can ensure that their loved ones are provided for, both in the present and in the future. This purpose underscores the familial aspect of trusts and their role in preserving family legacies.

4. Property Administration and Preservation: The prudent administration and preservation of property form a significant objective behind trust formation. By creating a trust, the Settlor can ensure that their assets and estate are managed in a manner that preserves their value and utility over time. This ensures the long-term sustainability and protection of the assets.

5. Management of Employee Welfare Funds: Trusts are also instrumental in regulating and managing various employee welfare funds, including provident funds, superannuation funds, and gratuity funds. These trusts are established to ensure the financial well-being and security of employees, serving as a testament to the employer's commitment to their workforce's welfare.

In essence, trust formation, as defined by the Act, underscores a range of meaningful and diverse objectives. From promoting charitable and religious causes to supporting family members, ensuring proper property management, and safeguarding the welfare of employees, trusts are versatile legal structures that align with the varied goals and values of their creators.

Understanding Trust

According to Section 8 of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882, a "Trust" is a powerful tool designed to protect the interests of the Settlor and ensure the well-being of beneficiaries, especially minors and those who may be incapable of safeguarding their own interests.

Trust Definition: A trust is a legal arrangement in which a person (the settlor) transfers ownership of certain assets to another person or entity (the trustee) to be managed for the benefit of one or more individuals or a specific purpose (the beneficiaries).

Trust Deed: The creation of a trust in India typically involves drafting a trust deed, which outlines the terms and conditions of the trust, identifies the trustee(s), beneficiaries, and assets included in the trust, and specifies the purpose or objectives of the trust.

Types of Trusts: There are several types of trusts in India, including private trusts, public trusts, charitable trusts, and specific purpose trusts. The type of trust depends on the objectives and nature of the trust's activities.

The Four Pillars of Trust

A trust consists of four essential elements:

1. The Settlor: The visionary who brings the trust into existence.

2. The Trustee: The guardian of the entrusted property, managing it for the benefit of others.

3. The Beneficiary: Those who receive assistance and support from the trust.

4. The Trust Property: The asset or property at the heart of the trust's mission.

The Settlor: The Architect of Trust

The Settlor, often referred to as the trust's architect, is the mastermind behind the creation of the trust. They are the driving force, the individual with a vision, who initiates the trust to bring their aspirations to life. The Settlor is the one who entrusts their assets or property into the trust's care, shaping the very foundation upon which the trust is built. It is their dreams, values, and intentions that breathe life into the trust, setting it on its path to protect and benefit the chosen beneficiaries.

Trustees: The Guardians of Trust Integrity

Within the intricate web of trust management, trustees emerge as pivotal figures, bearing the weighty responsibility of safeguarding the trust's assets and ensuring the faithful execution of its objectives, as meticulously documented in the trust deed. 

These entrusted custodians assume a fiduciary duty, a sacred obligation to prioritize the welfare of the beneficiaries above all else. They are entrusted with the meticulous oversight of the trust's resources, investments, and operations, making decisions that must invariably align with the trust's mission and the best interests of those who stand to benefit. In doing so, trustees serve as the unwavering sentinels of trust integrity, upholding the Settlor's vision and protecting the rights and entitlements of the beneficiaries. Their role is not merely administrative but moral and ethical, ensuring that the trust's promises are fulfilled with utmost dedication and prudence.

The Beneficiary: Cherished Recipients of Trust's Bounty

The beneficiaries, at the heart of the trust's purpose, are the fortunate individuals or entities for whom the trust was meticulously designed. They are the ones destined to receive the valuable fruits of the trust's endeavors, ranging from financial assistance to support, care, or any other form of benefits as outlined in the trust's legal documentation.

The role of the beneficiary extends beyond mere recipients; they are the intended beneficiaries of the Settlor's compassion and foresight. Their well-being, security, and prosperity are at the forefront of the trust's mission. Beneficiaries are individuals, often including minors or those unable to protect their own interests, who place their trust in the system to provide for their needs, secure their future, or realize a particular goal. This vital component of the trust equation underscores the human aspect, emphasizing the deep-seated intention to positively impact lives and create a lasting legacy.

The Trust Property: The Precious Core of Trust's Purpose

At the very essence of a trust's existence lies the trust property—an invaluable asset or property that serves as the nucleus of the trust's overarching mission. This property, chosen with meticulous consideration by the Settlor, is the embodiment of their intentions and aspirations.

The Trust property may encompass a wide array of assets, including real estate, financial investments, tangible possessions, or any other valuable resources. Its significance is profound, as it forms the bedrock upon which the trust's objectives are constructed. It is not merely a passive element; rather, it is the catalyst for change, growth, and support. The trust property's role is to generate income, appreciate in value, or serve as a source of well-being and sustenance for the beneficiaries. Thus, it carries the weight of the trust's purpose and, by its judicious management, ensures the realization of the Settlor's vision and the betterment of the beneficiaries' lives.

Private Trust in Depth

A private trust, as per the legal landscape of India, is a specialized form of trust carefully tailored to cater to the needs of one or more specific individuals who are either clearly identified at the outset or can be definitively determined within a stipulated time frame. 

This unique trust structure finds its purpose primarily in providing for the well-being and security of a select group, typically composed of family members, close relatives, trusted friends, and individuals closely associated with the Settlor. The fundamental premise of a private trust is to create a safeguarded mechanism for the targeted beneficiaries, ensuring their financial and emotional welfare.

Private Trust Registration in India serves as the cornerstone of this assurance. It bestows a legally recognized framework upon the trust, underlining its authenticity and ensuring that the entrusted funds are handled in a manner aligned with the Settlor's intentions and the directives set forth by the appointed Trustee. This legal footing not only safeguards the interests of the family and beneficiaries but also imbues the trust with a structure that guarantees the fulfillment of its noble purpose. Essentially, it signifies a commitment to responsible wealth management and a dedication to the prosperity and happiness of those entrusted to the care of the trust.

Establishing a Private Trust in India

The establishment of a private trust in India is a carefully orchestrated legal endeavor governed by the time-honored Indian Trusts Act of 1882. This form of trust is designed to exert meticulous control over specified trust properties, with a primary focus on serving private or restricted purposes. It's important to note that private trusts do not enjoy the advantages and tax benefits that are typically associated with public trusts, which are often created for charitable or public causes. Instead, private trusts are structured to cater to the specific needs and desires of individuals, families, or closely connected groups.

At the heart of a private trust lies the concept of clearly identifiable beneficiaries. This is the quintessential hallmark of private trusts, where the creator or author of the trust, known as the Settlor, the appointed Trustee, and the intended beneficiaries can be readily distinguished. The Settlor, with a distinct vision and purpose, entrusts assets to the trust, and the Trustee, acting as a guardian, is responsible for managing and administering these assets in a manner that aligns with the Settlor's intentions. 

In contrast to public trusts, private trusts are rooted in providing for the financial and emotional well-being of specific individuals, families, or a select group of beneficiaries. The private trust structure adheres to a more personal, closed-circle dynamic, tailored to address the unique needs of its constituents. This ensures that the assets are utilized according to the wishes and directions of the Settlor, making it an ideal choice for those seeking to preserve and manage their wealth for the benefit of loved ones and trusted associates.

Purposes of Registering a Private Trust in India

Establishing a private trust in India is a strategic move, driven by various objectives that cater to the unique needs and aspirations of the Settlor. Here, we delve into the multifaceted purposes that underscore the significance of private trust registration:

1. Family Welfare and Dependents' Care: A primary purpose of forming a private trust is to provide a robust framework for the care and well-being of family members and dependents who rely on the Settlor. This includes ensuring their financial security, education, healthcare, and overall quality of life. The trust acts as a shield, assuring that the futures of loved ones are safeguarded, even in the absence of the Settlor.

2. Tax Benefits under Income Tax Act: Another compelling reason for private trust registration in India is the potential to claim tax exemptions, as outlined in the Income Tax Act of 1961. By creating a private trust, the Settlor may strategically manage their assets and finances to reduce tax liabilities, thereby optimizing the allocation of resources for the benefit of both the beneficiaries and the trust's long-term sustainability.

3. Property Management and Protection: Effective property management and protection represent yet another vital purpose of establishing a private trust. The trust serves as a robust shield to safeguard valuable assets, whether they include real estate, financial investments, or other tangible possessions. It ensures prudent and responsible management of these assets, guarding against potential disputes, mismanagement, or unforeseen challenges, thus preserving the asset's value and utility over time.

4. Legacy Preservation: While not explicitly mentioned, one of the implicit purposes of private trust registration is legacy preservation. The trust allows the Settlor to extend their influence beyond their lifetime, ensuring that their values, intentions, and financial legacy endure and continue to positively impact the beneficiaries, even after they are gone.

In essence, private trust registration in India is a versatile tool that not only serves immediate practical needs but also aligns with broader financial, legal, and emotional objectives, offering a comprehensive solution for those seeking to secure their family's future, optimize their financial affairs, and safeguard their valuable assets and legacy.

Benefits of Establishing Private Trust Registration in India

Delving into the establishment of a private trust in India reveals a host of compelling benefits that extend far beyond the surface. These advantages encapsulate the core essence and potential of private trust registration:

1. Systematic Family Well-Being: The establishment of a trust empowers the Settlor to fulfill their responsibilities towards the well-being of their family, relatives, and friends in a methodical and controlled manner. It introduces an organized structure for financial support, ensuring that the beneficiaries receive the necessary care and assistance as per the Settlor's intentions.

2. Effective Family Asset Management: Private trust registration offers a highly effective means of managing and transferring family assets. It not only preserves the wealth but also streamlines its distribution, optimizing financial resources for the benefit of the chosen recipients. This, in turn, promotes financial security and stability for the family, both in the present and for generations to come.

3. Safeguarding Family Interests: One of the paramount advantages of a private trust is the ability to safeguard the interests of family members and close relatives. By establishing a trust, the Settlor ensures that the financial security and well-being of their loved ones are protected, even in unforeseen circumstances or the absence of the Settlor.

4. Conflict Resolution: Private trust registration serves as a powerful tool to prevent and resolve family conflicts. It provides a clearly defined framework for asset distribution, reducing the potential for disputes and ensuring that the Settlor's wishes are carried out meticulously. This not only promotes family harmony but also guards against costly legal battles.

5. Author's Wishes Realized: Private trusts are the conduits through which the Author's wishes are brought to fruition. The trust operates as a guardian, executing the Author's vision, objectives, and values. It serves as a lasting testament to the Author's aspirations, ensuring that their legacy endures and continues to make a positive impact on the lives of the beneficiaries.

In summary, private trust registration in India is a versatile and far-reaching strategy. It goes beyond financial management, delving into the realms of family well-being, asset protection, conflict resolution, and legacy preservation. It empowers individuals to exercise control over their wealth and resources, ensuring that their intentions are fulfilled and their loved ones are provided for in a structured and secure manner.

Types of Private Trust Registration in India

Private trust registration in India offers a range of options to cater to the diverse needs and objectives of Settlors. These classifications offer a deeper understanding of the nuances and intricacies of private trusts:

1. Revocable Trust: A revocable trust is an alternative to a traditional will. However, it operates with a distinct set of rules. In a revocable trust, the Settlor retains the flexibility to make changes and even revoke the trust at their discretion. Assets placed in a revocable trust are not shielded from taxation, as they can be withdrawn from the trust. For taxation purposes, the assets are treated as if they were never given away, and the Settlor is liable for tax at their individual slab rate.

2. Irrevocable Non-Discretionary Trust: The Irrevocable Non-Discretionary Trust represents a more rigid structure. Once assets are placed in this trust, they cannot be withdrawn. The Settlor maintains significant control over the trust's operations, specifying which beneficiaries receive which assets and in what proportions. If the Settlor is designated as the primary beneficiary, they are subject to taxation at the applicable slab rate. Irrevocable Non-Discretionary Trusts are often chosen to secure the financial future of a disabled child or ensure their proper care.

3. Irrevocable Discretionary Trust: In contrast, an Irrevocable Discretionary Trust affords the Settlor the freedom to delegate decisions to the Trustee. The Settlor determines who the beneficiaries are, but the Trustee retains the discretion to distribute assets among them as they see fit. Importantly, the beneficial interests of the beneficiaries are not predefined, allowing for flexibility in adapting to changing circumstances. Beneficiaries cannot compel the Trustee to distribute assets for their benefit. These trusts are highly popular, offering greater flexibility and adaptability. In contemporary family trusts, Irrevocable Discretionary Trusts have become the norm, allowing for more dynamic management of assets and resources.

In essence, private trust registration in India offers a spectrum of options, each tailored to specific needs and goals. These distinctions, whether revocable, irrevocable, or discretionary, provide Settlors with the tools to preserve and manage their assets in a manner that aligns with their unique objectives and the well-being of their chosen beneficiaries.

Who Can Create a Trust?

The creation of a trust, as governed by Section 7 of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882, offers a broad spectrum of eligibility, allowing various entities and individuals to establish a trust. Here's a detailed exploration of the entities and individuals authorized to create a trust:

1. Hindu Undivided Family (HUF): A Hindu Undivided Family, or HUF, holds the capacity to create a trust. HUFs are a unique concept in Hindu law, and they can utilize trusts as a strategic means to manage and distribute family assets, ensuring the welfare of family members.

2. Minors: Even minors, who are individuals under the legal age of majority, can create trusts. However, in this scenario, the creation of a trust on behalf of a minor requires the approval of a principal court of original jurisdiction. This safeguard is in place to protect the minor's interests and ensure that the trust is established in their best interests.

3. Individuals: Any individual, of sound mind and qualified to contract, possesses the authority to establish a trust. This extends to persons of various backgrounds and intentions, including those with philanthropic goals, familial objectives, or any other purpose that aligns with the legal framework for trusts.

4. Association of Persons (AOP): An Association of Persons, often formed for a collective purpose, can also create a trust. This legal structure is commonly utilized by groups or organizations coming together for specific goals, whether they are charitable, business-related, or any other purpose.

5. Companies: Companies, both public and private, are well within their rights to create trusts. Companies can utilize trusts to manage their assets, support their employees, engage in philanthropic endeavors, or accomplish various business objectives.

In summary, the creation of a trust is an inclusive process, encompassing a range of entities and individuals. This inclusivity is designed to accommodate diverse intentions, ensuring that trusts can serve a wide array of purposes and meet the needs of various stakeholders, whether they are families, minors, individuals, associations, or companies.

Required Documents for Private Trust Registration in India

The process of registering a private trust in India involves a meticulous documentation procedure. The following is a comprehensive list of the requisite documents:

1. Identification and Address Proof of the Author: The Settlor or Author of the trust is required to provide their identification and address proof. This typically includes documents such as Aadhar card, passport, or driver's license. Additionally, a passport-size photograph of the Author is to be submitted.

2. Identification and Address Proof of Two Trustees: In the case of private trusts, two trustees are often required. Each trustee must furnish their identification and address proof, similar to that of the Author. Passport-size photographs of both trustees should be included as well.

3. Identification and Address Proof of Two Witnesses: Two witnesses are essential to validate the trust deed. Both witnesses are required to provide their identification and address proof. As with the Author and trustees, passport-size photographs of the witnesses should be submitted.

4. Non-Testamentary Instrument Signed by the Author: The trust instrument, which is non-testamentary in nature, must be meticulously drafted and signed by the Author. This document outlines the terms and conditions of the trust, as well as its objectives and beneficiaries.

5. Particulars of All Trustees with Their Identification and Address Proof: A comprehensive record of all trustees, along with their respective identification and address proof, is mandatory. This step reinforces the legitimacy and transparency of the trust structure.

6. Verified Original Copies of the Registration Certificate: The trust registration process necessitates the submission of verified original copies of the registration certificate. This certificate serves as a crucial piece of evidence, attesting to the trust's legal status.

7. Xerox Copy of Income Tax Registration Certificate: If applicable, a xerox copy of the income tax registration certificate is required. This ensures compliance with tax regulations and provides clarity on the trust's tax status.

8. Original Copy of Trust Deed: The heart of the trust's existence lies in the trust deed, which outlines its purpose, operations, and administration. The original trust deed is a fundamental document in the registration process and should be submitted in its unaltered form.

In conclusion, the comprehensive documentation required for private trust registration in India underscores the meticulous nature of the process. These documents serve to establish the trust's legal foundation and offer transparency, providing assurance to both the beneficiaries and the authorities that the trust operates within the bounds of the law.


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The world of private trusts in India is a realm of careful planning, financial stewardship, and legal intricacies. As per the Indian Trusts Act of 1882, private trusts can be established for a multitude of purposes, including family welfare, tax exemptions, property management, and the administration of employee welfare funds. These trusts serve as guardians of assets and values, enabling individuals to safeguard their legacies, care for their loved ones, and fulfill their philanthropic aspirations.

Private trust registration demands a comprehensive set of documents, each serving a specific purpose in solidifying the trust's legal foundation. From identification and address proofs to trust deeds and income tax certificates, the documentation ensures transparency and legality in the trust's operation.

Trust formation is not limited to a specific group. It extends its arms to a wide array of creators, including Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs), minors with the approval of a principal court, individuals, Associations of Persons (AOPs), and companies. This inclusivity reflects the versatility and adaptability of trusts in accommodating the diverse goals and values of their creators.

Closing Note:

In conclusion, the creation of a private trust in India is a powerful and flexible tool that serves a myriad of purposes, from protecting assets to promoting philanthropy and family welfare. It empowers individuals and entities to take charge of their financial and personal legacies, offering structured and secure ways to accomplish their objectives.

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