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Zee Business brings D Street ka Don online

Partners with to launch the stock market show on online platform.

Zee Business brings ‘D Street ka Don’ online

Partners with to launch the stock market show on online platform.

June 10, 2011:

Stockezy, India's first social investing community designed to connect Indian stock market investors, has tied-up with Zee Business, one of India’s leading business news channels, to reproduce its popular stock market related show ‘D Street ka Don’ on the Stockezy website. The objective behind this tie-up is to facilitate a large number of people and investors to catch the programme details and post questions on as per their convenience and not be restricted to programme timings.

The Stockezy website will summarize and recap the show’s key highlights that educate and empower the investors on how to analyze the market trends and stocks to make informed decisions. The show features Rajesh Tambe, one of India’s most reputed stock analysts, as the don of the stock market who takes queries from the viewers during the show and provides responses. With the launch of its online avatar on Stockezy, investors now have the flexibility to submit their specific queries and get advice online even after the show hours.

Elaborating on this tie-up,  Tushar Makhija, CEO, Stockezy said, “We are extremely happy with our partnership with Zee Business for its renowned show ‘D Street ka Don’. This first of its kind partnership, is a step forward in our vision of facilitating every Indian to invest wisely and take benefit of the Indian stock market. With D Street Ka Don, Stockezy will not only offer an interesting customer experience but also expert advice from Tambe at viewer’s convenience”.

The main idea behind this tie-up is to bring information closer to Stockezy and Zee Business followers. ‘D Street ka Don’ is the most closely watched stock market related show on Indian television. The show aims to provide knowledge and tools that can empower a common retail investor as well as advice from Rajesh Tambe, India’s most respected stock analyst.

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