Dalal Street Investment Journal Launches its App, Both for iOS and Android

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June 15, 2016 5:19 PM

Country oldest and most trusted investment fortnightly, Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ) has launched its mobile application on both iOS and Android platforms.

Country oldest and most trusted investment fortnightly, Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ) has launched its mobile application on both iOS and Android platforms.

The app which not only covers all the online content released by DSIJ sourced internally using its team of experts, researchers and analysts, the app also gives the reader-investors full access to DSIJ magazine issues. A relevant and contemporary initiative yet again by DSIJ, loved and believed for over 30 years by the investing community across the length and breadth of India and even abroad.

Using the app which can be easily uploaded through Google Playstore, reader-investors can also get real-time exits calls on stocks recommended by DSIJ research teams earlier. The app also helps one to access DSIJ Mindshare pieces, which analyse day to day happening in the markets and also brings in extensive coverage of happenings in India Inc. The already popular app also gives you an access to screener; enabling to get company details on any stock along with latest movements of the said stocks listed with the stock markets in India. Very soon, through this app you will also be able to take note of the happenings in Mutual Fund sector on a day to day basis as DSIJ is extending its coverage to serve better the investing community.

On the occasion of the launch, Managing Director of DSIJ Pvt Limited, Rajesh V Padode said,The last mile delivery of the magazine has always been a challenge in our 30 years journey owing to existing postal system. However, now with this App, we are glad that we can disseminate our 30 years expertise on the markets in the most prompt and convenient way to readers all across the globe in line with our vision – democratizing wealth creation.

So stay logged in to DSIJ app, it is not only convenient but it makes a lot of sense when it comes to investing wise.

About DSIJ

Thirty-years old but conventional, Dalal Street Investment Journal (DSIJ), India No 1 equity research and capital investment magazine is published every fortnight to cater to the needs of its reader-investors. Armed with a set of chosen experts on markets and corporate India, the fortnightly magazine has its focus on stock market research and recommendations, capital market analysis, personal finance investment advice and also analysis of various economic activities in the country along with its impact on Indian share markets.

Born in 1986, years before National Stock Exchange and market watchdog SEBI were established, DSIJ has always been the favourite among the reader-investors community across the length and breadth of the country. DSIJ is not only popular, more importantly, it is trust-worthy. Here, the word TRUST is valued the most because we help you to deal with your hard-earned money. We have grown across all these years, just because you too have grown with us seeing your money growing steadily.

Today, DSIJ is the only equity investment magazine in the country, which publishes well-researched stock analysis with clear cut guidance for investors on stocks – to buy, hold or sell. Our team of experts, analysts, market-observers and industry experts located in the cities which matter most, work hard to ensure you get the best. After all, you deserve the best. We are believed across the investing communities and we believe in our reader-investors.

To learn more about the company and services offered, please visit www.dsij.in.

For Android clickhttps://goo.gl/XsNDIY | For Apple iOS clickhttps://goo.gl/SCJPf6

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