Are Markets Reversing?

Market seems to be precariously poised for some action both – technically and fundamentally. Fundamentally – as we are in the crucial Budget week, which can set the tone for the near term trend, and technically this is how… Yesterday was a trend down day and it was apparent in the first 10 minutes itself. The markets (Nifty Futures) opened…

Thoughts 2015: The bearish angle on equities

After a rollicking 2014, investors are Wondering what 2015 has in store for them. Most analyst predict that the Bull Run is here to stay, Although I agree to this Bull Run theory but I also feel that bull runs can have very powerful corrections and we could be a witness to that very soon. The next 3-4 months will…

When is a Good Time to Start Investing in Stock Market

Once people start earning, they also start exploring options to earn some more, and at the same time they look for ways to save some of it for the future. In a common scenario, people tend to put their surplus money in bank deposits to get a relatively higher future return. Others go with other investment options like mutual funds,…

Indian Markets Out-perform World So Far This Year

Indian markets have out-performed the rest of the world markets with a huge margin so far this. The emphatic bull-run has seen the BSE benchmark index, the Sensex, and as well as the NSE Nifty skyrocket by over 30 per cent each till date since the start of the year 2014. The BSE Sensex registered a fresh life-time at 28,028…

Indian Markets and Significance of Muhurat Trading

Our Indian market every year conducts the ‘Muhurat Trading’ on the occasion of Diwali to pay obeisance to the goddess of wealth and fortune – Lakshmi. Muhurat trading in the stock market happens for about an hour in the evening on Diwali day. ‘Muhurat’, according to Hindu vocabulary means ‘an auspicious time’ decided by planetary movements. It is believed that…

Sensex Up Nearly 5,000 Points From Diwali 2013 To Diwali 2014

Diwali is most well-known of the Indian festival and new year for Hindus – which is also known as Deepavali and the ‘festival of lights’. Diwali is an important festival for Hindus – which is celebrated throughout India. Diwali also has its own significance to the stock markets, as the start of the new year, is meant as an auspicious…

The Know-How of Futures & Options Markets

In markets, there are two types of investors – one a long-term and other short-term. A long-term investor buys stocks to build wealth and earn dividend. On the other hand, a short-term investor tends to trade with the market trend and earn quick profits. Other than trading in the cash market. The short-term investor or trader also has the option…

Five Easy Steps To File Tax Returns Online

Have you filed your Income Tax??? The 31st July deadline is mere three days away… File your returns on time to avoid any un-wanted hassle. Also just in case you miss out the deadline for submitting Income Tax return then don’t fuss too much. You can file returns even after that, but it comes with complications. In case you wonder…

India’s Appetitie For Gold Rises

High Inflation, Higher Gold Prices or Booming Stock Markets, it does not matter. In India, when it comes to Gold it’s always the most preferred mode of investment. A lot has spoken and written about Gold as investment class, safe asset and Indian cultural connect with the yellow shiny metal. At the start of this month, Gold prices in India…

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