Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Don't Let Them Say You Ain't "Beautiful" - EMIN∃M

[Eminem]
Lately I've been hard to reach
I've been too long on my own
Everybody has a private world
Where they can be alone
Are you calling me,
Are you trying to get through
Are you reaching out for me,
I'm reaching out for you


Warning: uncensored full song lyrics ahead..


Uncensored full song & lyrics of Emin∃m Beautiful:




[EMIN∃M:]
Lately I've been hard to reach
I've been too long on my own
Everybody has a private world
Where they can be alone
Are you calling me,
Are you trying to get through
Are you reaching out for me,
I'm reaching out for you

I'm just so fuckin' depressed
I just can seem to get out this slump
If I could just get over this hump
But I need something to pull me out this dump
I took my bruises, took my lumps
Fell down and I got right back up
But I need that spark to get psyched back up
In order for me to pick the mic back up
I don't know how or why or when
I ended up in this position I'm in
I'm starting to feel distant again
So I decided just to pick this pen
Up and try to make an attempt to vent
But I just can't admit Or come to grips,
With the fact that I may be done with rap
I need a new outlet
I know some shits so hard to swallow
And I just can't sit back and wallow
In my own sorrow
But I know one fact I'll be one tough act to follow
One tough act to follow
I'll be one tough act to follow
Here today, gone tomorrow
But you have to walk a thousand miles

[Chorus:]
In my shoes, just to see
What it's like, to be me I'll be you, let's trade shoes
Just to see what it'd be like to
Feel your pain, you feel mine
Go inside each other's mind
Just to see what we find
Look at shit through each other's eyes
But don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful oh
They can all get fucked.
Just stay true to you so
Don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful

[EMIN∃M:]
I think I'm starting to lose my sense of humor
Everything is so tense and gloom
I almost feel like I gotta check the temperature in the room
Just as soon as I walk in
It's like all eyes on me
So I try to avoid any eye contact
'cause if I do that then it opens a door for conversation
Like I want that... I'm not looking for extra attention
I just want to be just like you
Blend in with the rest of the room
Maybe just point me to the closest restroom I don't need no fucking man servant
Trying to follow me around, and wipe my ass
Laugh at every single joke I crack
And half of them ain't even funny like
Ah Marshall, you're so funny man, you should be a comedian, god damn
Unfortunately I am, but I just hide behind the tears of a clown
So why don't you all sit down
Listen to the tale I'm about to tell
Hell, we don't gotta trade our shoes
And you ain't gotta walk no thousand miles

[Chorus]
But don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful
Oh They can all get fucked.
Just stay true to you so
Don't let 'em say you ain't beautiful
Oh They can all get fucked. Just stay true to you so

[EMIN∃M:]
Nobody asked for life to deal us
With these bullshit hands we're dealt
We have to take these cards ourselves
And flip them, don't expect no help
...
...
rest of the lyrics


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Monday, October 11, 2010

RBI’s Gambling on Dollar-Rupee Exchange Rate

It is well known how RBI (Reserve Bank of India) intervenes in the foreign exchange market and manipulates the currency exchange rates. What most of the analysts notice is that the rupee is pegged to the dollar and only allowed to become weaker with respect to the dollar and avoid getting stronger at any cost. But that is not exactly the case. The fact that all the RBI chairmen did the same things also points to things beyond RBI’s control.

So basically RBI is controlled by the power at the center which has been in control of UPA for many years. For all the time the Congress party was in control of the govt. in the history of India since Independence, the much noticeable mark apart from increasing poverty and population is the declining currency value. The idea of this party is not really to develop the country as it might seem, but to do a redistribution of wealth systematically from poor to rich by manipulation of Indian financial systems through complex ways that victimized poor man wouldn’t be able to understand. That’s what our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s so many academic degrees are for. They don’t do any damn good for the one Indian that does not understand how the financial system works or how RBI is manipulating their daily lives.

The current administration (of India) is very much known for its pro-western policies and so-called secularism (better said anti-Hindu). What it is not known for is that it is just another political party that works for its own gain like any other. No govt. sows the seeds for the so-called growth of India or whatever you call it. If the economic powers didn’t choose to outsource their work, there wouldn’t have been this “growth”. Weaker rupee is not necessarily the cause for outsourcing though it was the trigger. The flooding of investments during the last growth period was such that RBI couldn’t keep pegging rupee to dollar without taking huge losses. That’s when Rupee rose to <39 Rs/$. But on the dark side, when the recession started the powers continued to peg the currency rate whereby growth turned into “redistribution of wealth”. Fixed exchange rate essentially imported the recession (or better said “outsourced”) into the country. The fleeing of investments away from India was so strong that rupee became very weak to cross above 51 Rs/$. All this happened so fast.
(Image Copyrighted @ Yahoo! India Finance used under fair use for illustration)

Recent trend in currency exchange rate (rupee vs. dollar) makes us wonder if RBI has reversed its policy. But I don’t think so. Although an appreciating rupee is very helpful for a poverty stricken country and only bad for exporting Industry, I doubt that it is has reversed its trend. I feel that it is just another game played by the control of the govt. on RBI to meet their ends only. It may be to meet the needs of some entity that the powers in control are obligated/willing to help like they did earlier for the exporting Industry by depreciating currency value.

Rupee has been appreciating against dollar all through the month of September:

(Image Copyrighted @ Yahoo! India Finance used under fair use for illustration)

I have noticed enough trends in the past and the change of RBI chairman didn’t make any difference either. It does not matter whether it was a Rao or a Reddy. The RBI chairman is at best a puppet much like the mutual fund manager who can’t make his/her portfolios perform better than the market Index. I don’t like any gambling of RBI with exchange rates. This makes things worse to those who learned the trend and just started to adapt to that. Stock trading is not simple just for the same reason that trends keep changing.

Update on 18 Dec. 2011:
Now after a year since posting this, I see lot of popularity for this post as Rupee has depreciated to its all time low. Talk to me about growth.. where is growth when the currency is at its historic lows? Who the heck is really growing? In the name of growth all we have is a manipulation of money flow between rich and the poor in a transient phase (with time) that initially it appears to be a growth which eventually gets UNDONE with record levels of inflation. Yesterday we imported IT jobs, now we are importing recession & inflation. The inequality of income keeps growing by the day and after a TIME we will realize what in the name of growth happened is essentially a redistribution of wealth. And in the most sophisticated ways. That's what you get if you elect people who pose as highly educated with lot of degrees to show for. You won't even know what the heck is going on till it gets worse unless you too follow the economy regularly.


(Image Copyrighted @ Yahoo! India Finance used under fair use for illustration)

Fate of Rupee: depreciates faster and by a larger amount but appreciates as if somebody stops it at 44!
(Image Copyrighted @ Yahoo! India Finance used under fair use for illustration)

And one more important thing to note is that during the greatest bull market period 2004-2007 our currency INR was continuously going up. I remember as I used to read the forex weekly update on Saturday in Economic Times. Then RBI used to intervene in a process called sterilization and limit its rise. It would have easily gone to a peak of INR25/$ instead of just INR39/$. Well it deserved that for giving a growth rate of atleast 8% when US economy is at only 2% growth. RBI which is in control of Finance ministry had intervened to control its rise instead of letting the free markets to take care but this year as INR is reaching its historic lows they say RBI won't intervene, let the free markets decide. Hell! Free market will take it easily to INR 80/$ in no time. On bad days when foreign investors withdraw money it declines by 1.5 to 2 rupees per dollar. How many such bad days does it need to reach 100/$?

With the rupee at its all time low (and that too despite the fact that dollar kept falling during last two years which is why gold is rising), did we lose all the foreign investment in the country or did we import too much? There is still more withdrawals to come. The bad times seem to have just started. I used to think things will only get better before they get worse. Looks like the best part is over. The future is no longer about recession. Welcome to 21st century - Super Inflation period.


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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Sensex Crossed 20K Again! Nifty Crossed 6K

Indian benchmark Index Sensex (BSE) crossed the good old mark 20K. This is second time and being a large number of points it is an important mark.
Today's Sensex chart (long term with 200DMA, 50DMA & 20 DMAs)
sensex crossed 20000 points again 2010
NIFTY (NSE Index) too is on a good course and crossed its 6K mark.
Today's Nifty chart (long term with 200DMA, 50DMA & 20 DMAs)
Nifty crossed 6000 points again
As the charts show the market is clearly in a good uptrend. The indices are above all the three moving averages. With respect to 20 day moving average it is clear that the indices made the decisive move upwards. There will be resistance expected upwards. That's what the experts will say. But its the momentum that keeps them going.

When the markets have just broke out we should not doubt the strength. However this move lacked market breadth. That means it is the usual FIIs that are fuelling this move. There is nothing new in that. It might just happen that the indices gain broader market support with time. That is the kind of time when traders who follow new high stocks make good money.
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Saturday, August 7, 2010

The Return of the Stock Trader (Pipavav Shipyard, Thangamayil Jewellery)

After hibernating from trading stocks for a really long time (about two years), the stock trader has made return. However this time there isn’t much excitement or enthusiasm as it was before. But there is a cautious and serious attitude to take the best returns the stock market has to give.

Since the time I wrote the post “Does a Share Trader undergo Hibernation?” I haven’t traded stocks and kept away from the market missing the golden opportunities available. I did not become a fool nor did I frighten so much. But I got the confidence that we can trade for profit in any trend but also fear that we should trade with the trend and with caution for losses have the potential to change our lessons learned and attitude towards the market. To make comeback I told myself to stick to simple strategies and only trade on long or intermediate trends.

A few weeks back I bought a book “Stock Market Trading Rules: Fifty Golden Strategies” by William F. Eng from Sapna Book House. I found it a year back but I didn’t buy due to high cost. As I couldn’t buy it anywhere else I bought it this time. It took almost a year to find it again in the same Sapna Book House.


This book helped me rejuvenate my interest to trade stocks. It has wonderful rules formulated from already taught rules and from personal experience of the author. This is very valuable book for me. It taught me something I wasn’t able to crystallize on my own. The author summarizes that in simple words in RULE 50:
“Control what you can
Manage what you cannot

The following are items that the trader can, and must, control:
  • The amount of money put into the markets.
  • The amount of markets to follow.
  • When to enter a trade.
  • How to enter a trade.
  • When to exit a trade.
  • How to exit a trade.
  • How to spend one’s time.

The following are items over which the trader has absolutely no control:
  • The direction markets will move.
  • The duration of the markets’ movements.”

This book helped me to start trading again with renewed confidence, hope and reduced fear. I had been in Goldbees for almost half a year. So I just upped my capital a month back when Gold prices pulled back. Goldbees is scrip name of Gold Benchmark Exchange Traded Fund and it costs the same brokerage price as trading stocks. I didn’t consider this as a trade as it was a really long term investment and also I was not fully in it yet. But as I take the suggestion of many experts that Gold will rise to double or triple its value in the last year, I am in for it.

Goldbees Long Term Chart
Goldbees long term trend August 07, 2010

One of the important lessons I learned from the past few years is that the bear markets don’t last for long time though they do more damage in short time. I knew that stocks fall or retreat downwards faster than they go up. But it was also held well in the worst bear market. The worst bear market lasted only five months in 2008. Rest of the time market stayed in range trading and upwards trends.

Also my best profits are made while sitting tight and looking for long range bets. Short range and short term trading is certainly most attractive and lure everyone into its trap. But the problem is that you need to be consistent in trading. For the time we spend it is not worth doing short range trades but go for long range trade even if it takes long time to get the profit. My past shows me that those are the best trades and gave me most happiness.

Nifty Long Term Chart (it is called bull market :D )
Nifty long term trend August 07, 2010

One day I sat down and made a list of all stocks making new highs from the Economic Times online edition. There were too many but I took about four from each day till 10 days backwards. That means to capture as many stocks as possible different in their timelines. Now I watch this list every day or two. So I had noticed these two stocks Thangamayil Jewellery and Pipavav Shipyard. The market itself was in good long term trend as it was above 200-day moving average (green line on charts). From past experience it was easy to see how easy it is to make profits now on these stocks.

Thangamayl Long Term Chart
Thangamayil Jewellery long term trend August 07, 2010

Pipavavyd Long Term Chart
Pipavav-Shipyard long term trend August 07,2010

The two stocks have made pullbacks from their recent highs and are shrinking in their daily range. That was to form a base pattern before breaking it above or below. Pipavav’s chart reminded me of symmetrical triangle pattern and I made an entry before it is too late at the price of 97.8. I waited for two weeks after buying on a Friday. By this Friday (yesterday) the stock is now up by 8%.

Pipavav Shipyard Symmetrical Triangle Pattern
Pipavav Shipyard symmetrical triangle chart pattern

Of course it happened in two days only. That is the way of these stocks making into new high lists of market statistics. Same was the case with my biggest loser SELMCL in which I entered too late. But it is better to get in early and wait than to miss it and chase it. However I was placing stop losses almost every day since I positioned in this stock.

Thangamayil too made a 10% upmove in the last two days. I wanted to enter this just to diversify to increase chances of profit but I wasn’t short of time so I didn’t diversify. I could wait as long as they take to make their move.

As stocks move in your favor there will be some change in your thinking. Before this I had very low risk appetite. It was bad to be like that in a bull market trend. Hence one profitable trade is needed. The risk taking appetite rises with consecutive profitable trades. When it gets too large we should give it a break. Otherwise things can turn around. I feel that now I can give all the time that the market demands.


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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Jayeebhava – What a Real Crap Movie, like Trading an FMCG Stock!

Jayeebhava Telugu movie October 2009
"hIroyijam anTE.. anukunTe vachchEdi kAdu
blaD lO unDAli bradar" – Protagonist in Jayeebhava


"హీరొయిజం అంటే.. అనుకుంటె వచ్చేది కాదు
బ్లడ్ లో ఉండాలి బ్రదర్" - జయీభవ కథానాయకుడు

This is too much crap. Almost every Telugu person likes Sri NT Rama Rao (ఎన్టీఆర్). That does not mean that these heros (his grand sons) should repeatedly use his fame to support their films. Jr. NTR's movies are okay to watch. But Nandamuri Kalyan Ram is playing with his money.


When I went home for Diwali last year I heard lot of buzz about this movie Jayeebhava. On TV channels as trailers or ads, on FM Radio too there was promotion of this movie. Not knowing what was there in the movie, I only guessed "Oh.. the movie might do too well."

It went unnoticed since then. The actor Nandamuri Kalyan Ram looks just like one friend of mine. As each hero has his unique style I wondered what his style was other than being grand son of Anna garu.

Starting with the titles I noticed the producer name as NKR, the protagonist. I got the first doubt about the movie. Why did he have to produce his own movie? Was nobody daring to take the risk to do a business with him?

jayeebhava-nkr-tiger-dog-pet
వీడికి పులి కావల్సొచ్చింద? అసలే ౧౪౧౨ (1412 tigers) మిగిల్నయంటె!

Although the initial scene makes one think that this is a serious movie one would be mislead. Just after 10 minutes I got the second doubt with his song (NKR walks with a Tiger as pet instead of dog – good money spent for graphics), extra cutting dialogues (బై బర్త్ నాకు బలుపెక్కువ.. అందరూ నన్నే చూడాలి) and over-action (బార్ కెల్లి తాగకుండ బాటిల్ విసిరి నలుగురిని తన్నడం). Then the crap starts and I realized the truth.

NKR does not know how to act (by birth naaku balupekkuva.. Andaru nanne choodali). I know that acting is not an easy job. But then there are professionals to do that if he cannot. Just because he has money he produces a movie with himself as hero. This film gives the impression that it is a casual business. It gets exaggerated when using names like NTR, Anna garu, Thaatha garu, Chirru, Kirru etc.

Even the storyline is not unique. To a great extent it is just a copy of earlier film Ready of young actor Ram. Ram acts very well with his own style. What is this guy thinking of movie? Acting is an art. Blood (ancestral background – NTR, N Balakrishna, N Harikrishna) or bank balance (actor and producer) won’t give that skill. One should practice and perfect the art.

Even superstar Krishna is okay in acting. He (Kalyanram) acts as if his action is over and talking to the crew members. At best he did not have a banner of NTR on his head. What a crap movie! The storyline and his acting make the movie so predictable and so uninteresting. Even documentaries are nice to watch. Some comedy scenes of Brahmanandam are unique and add fun to the movie. Otherwise this is really a total crap. Somehow I felt that blood during violence was not shown appropriately. Even without using a sword the villain gets blood on the back of his neck which is totally crap. Nobody ever hits a villain at the back of his neck in fight scenes. Also color of blood looked like orange color paint. It was overdone.

All the while I was thinking like this: Oh.. What is NKR thinking? Produce a movie as an actor, copy some storyline of a successful movie and the movie produces more money (and he also becomes a top hero). It is like an FMCG company that does not create new products but keeps on selling same product like Colgate or still better comparison is Hindustan Unilever. This HUL stock now changed name to ULL that never goes up or down. Its price was stable for a really long time since bull markets and in the last worst bear market too! Watching this movie was like trading or tracking or being trapped in an FMCG (ULL) stock. What a waste of time! (I did really trade HUL for many months so I know it)

If this is to treat movies just as a form of business making little profit with each movie then it is fine. But if NKR expects to become a top actor then.. that is a good joke.

సినిమా ఇండస్ట్రీ ఇజ్జత్ తీసేస్తుండు.
"అభినయం రాకపోయినా ఫైట్లు, స్టంట్లు కుంటోడు, అవిటోడు కూడా చేస్తడు.
దానికి ఒక హీరో కావాలా, బ్లడ్ లో ఉండే హీరో కావాలా?" అని NKR చూపించిండు.
సినిమా అంటే మజాక్ అనుకుంటుండు మన ఎన్కేఆర్.

What a real crap even in minute details. This movie violates causality. In one scene they show how to attract a bullet backwards to pull inside the gun. That is the best way to describe it. Otherwise in rewinding of the gunshot two cigarette smokers react in a forwarding sense as the bullet passes backward. Did I miss on why this crappy scene was made?

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The Second Wave of Great (Deep) Recession is Around the Corner

The much awaited second wave of great recession is around the corner. The first wave started with a sudden shocking wave coincident with local problems (Relpower finance, Weekend holidays and late morning opening times for banks) and global causes (Powershow of FIIs in shaking markets). It ended finally like a bloody war ends, with many interesting events along the way (Oil prices flare-up, Russia correcting Georgia, finishing touch with year-end quarter meltdown). Of all, the most memorable was the September-October meltdown that rocked all businesses worldwide. Life was never the same. Everything became 1/3 :-).

The sudden tsunami wave on Jan 22 2008 had suggested the depth of the then upcoming recession. Many analysts announced that it would be worser than the Great Depression of the past century. That meant that it won’t be like a small recession in a growing economic scenario. That is why it will have its own waves or trends and counter trends. The first wave has passed (2008) and also the first counter trend (last year’s intermediate bull market trend or temporary economic growth).

There is an Elliot Wave Theory on stock market movements. This theory talks about five waves in a particular trend. In those five three will be in the same trend and two will be counter trend as illustrated in the figure. It is also showing three more waves after the peak.

second wave of recession, elliot waves, stock market movements
Elliot Wave Illustration (cc-licensed image)

Basically we can take two ideas from this. That is, a particular trend once established gets completed in three in-trend waves with two counter-trend waves of lesser strength separating each of them. And the counter wave moves the market back less than the in-trend wave moves it. That is retracements or pullbacks won’t exceed the damage or growth done by the initial moves. If they do that indicates trend reversal and more strength in the counter trend so that it establishes a new trend.

When recession appeared to start in January 2008 it was thought of as a healthy normal correction like any other time in the past few years before 2008. The stocks in mid December 2007 to first week of 2008 were all skyrocketing. Dummies too got a life. Too many stocks were making into the list of 52-week highs. Unfortunately I didn’t realize what I was witnessing. That was the peak of the bull market (in other words like Everest for a mountaineer). Even if you had traded stock after stock with strict stop losses making sure to trade as many stocks as possible you would have made all the money that the same capital would have earned in long term trades in the three years of bull market before that month.

I just guessed that this (great) recession would be a nine month recession like a temporary counter trend in a long term bull market trend. But things changed (or became apparent) rapidly in 2008. Then I had to expect a nine month growth period (counter trend in a long term bear market) after the first wave. This trend started with its own shocking wave (should I say so - on May 18 2009, UPA winning India’s elections) and revived all the stock broking businesses by now. It must have been a good ride for those who had participated in it (as the stats show).

Like the sequel of a movie series I don’t expect the same action/thrill in the second wave as it was in the first wave. As the governments over the world have intervened in the way of the economic recession to maintain the status quo of old heroes and suppress the newcomers, we may not have to expect the same effects of this wave as that of the first one. Rather than expecting something I want to be a spectator for this wave. If there is anything we should watch out for the third wave which is likely to coincide with 2012. Let us wait and watch as the future unfolds itself.

Update (04/06/10): When I said "we may not have to expect the same effects of this wave as that of the first", I also mean that the stock indexes might actually go up instead of down (that will be the effect of inflation which is the effect of governments intervention into business).


Update on 18 Dec, 2011: Well the future is unfolding now. 2012 seems to unfold a great deal of action, not the action in the movie 2012, though :) But in the financial world. I think the future is more of a re'grow'ce'th'ssion than simply growth or recession. Recession and growth happening parallelly, recession for those who can't compete and growth for others who see and exploit opportunities fast.

Prolonged period of uncertainty is expected as people evolve and learn from previous recessions. No matter how much it gets prolonged the worst part of dramatic action can't be escaped. If it gets prolonged much, its effect will only be worse. The history shows that the last legs of recession are always worse. I used to say, things will only get better before they get worse. The best part may be getting over. Now I would say things won't get better, this time, after they get worse.



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Friday, April 2, 2010

Day Trading Basics for Dummies



Some day trading basics for dummies :).
Wikipedia defines day trading accurately. "Day trading refers to the practice of buying and selling financial instruments within the same trading day such that all positions are usually closed before the market close for the trading day.

Day trading used to be the preserve of financial firms and professional investors and speculators. Many day traders are bank or investment firm employees working as specialists in equity investment and fund management. However, with the advent of electronic trading and margin trading, day trading has become increasingly popular among casual, at-home traders".

It is important to note the time boundaries of day trading. Morning till evening. That's it. Many traders however are not true day traders as they choose to hold onto the position if the stock price movement is stronger than what would be for a candidate of day trading. Such stock bets are generally found by looking up long term bets and not short term.





In my opinion it is not a good idea to trade strictly in a day. We need to be flexible. Already there are are lot of contraints for a short term trader from the markets, stocks and the brokers, and adding the time constraint above it can result in lost opportunies if not making things worse.

If you are afraid of Day trading it is not because it is risky but because you don't have the courage to assume the loss first before beginning the trade.

Making Sense of Day Trading: If you are new to day trading, there are many topics and terms to become familiar with. Day trading is investing in the stock market, but trading with a short term profit strategy, often involving multiple transactions throughout a single day.


In the past, day trading was only an option for professional investors, professional traders (speculators) and financial corporations that had the resources and technology available. With the invention and expansion of the internet, day trading is a strategy available to almost any investor with a brokerage account and access to the internet.

Some day traders trade on a short term basis while others have a longer term strategy. Short term traders may only hold onto a security for seconds, minutes or a portion of a day. Long term traders may hold a position for a day or even a couple of days to attempt to turn a profit.

Day traders also have several styles of trading. Trend traders are when day traders sell or buy when a security goes up or down in value. Counter traders occur when a trader goes back and forth within two prices on the same security.

Some day traders choose a single style, while others use styles in combination to get the best results.

Day traders can trade within the securities markets, commodities markets, options markets and futures markets. Almost any underlying security can be leveraged in a day trading strategy.

If you are considering leveraging this strategy, consider evaluating the many tools that are offered to traders including independent software and the assistance that your brokerage firm may provide.

In India, Power Indiabulls trading software seems to be the best one with lot of features to match the likes provided by brokers in US. But beginners don't need that.

Day Trading is Highly Profitable When Bubbles Burst


Like the sudden market crash due to derivatives margin failure on January 21 2008 or the bear squeeze by the frantic bull run after UPA won elections in India on May 18 2009. But the risky will be very high at that time. Strictly speaking the second case (may 18) is actually not useful for day trader as the market gapped up and no trading happened on the way. Only speculators or gamblers dare to play with such large gaps.


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Monday, March 1, 2010

अब क्या होगा कालिया? (यहां से शेयर मार्केट कहाँ जायेगी?)

साबी लोग जो शेयर मार्किट मे ट्रेडिंग करते हैना उनका तो अब येही संदेह है| हम बोल सकते है कि आर्थिक मंदी के कारन तो यह मार्केट नीचे और नीचे जाने चाहिए| परन्तु यह तो उपर से नीचे, नीचे से ऊपर का नाटक वाटक चला रहीं है|

मैने सोचा कि ट्रेंड उल्टा होता रहता है, तोड़ी हि समय तक| मगर यह अच्छा मौसम जैसा दिख रहा है| इसका कारन इतना कुछ सरल नही है|

बढती हुयी खर्चों से मुद्रास्फीति ऊचे ऊचे चली जा राही है| इस की कारन कुछभी हो, सरकार की तो अब डांट लगने वाली हि है| पॉलिटिकल नियंत्रण तो अब बहुत बदल चुका है कि हम इसका रूप को मुद्रास्फीति के रूप में देख रहें है|

बढती हुई मुद्रास्फीति के जरिए रुपया का कीमत कम हो जा रही है| इसी के कारण अब शेयर मार्किट तो एक ही दिशा ले सकती है| वो है बढने की दिशा| क्योंकि बढती हुयी मुद्रास्फीति अपनी असर पारिशमिक कंपनियों पे पड़ने के लिये बहुत समय लेता है| इसी के कारण पिछले साल से लेकर शेयर बाजार तो अछि लाभ दे रही थी|


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अब क्या होगा कालिया? (यहां से शेयर मार्केट कहाँ जायेगी?)
आर्थिक मंदी और मुद्रास्फीति अपना स्टेटस तो अब तक बदले हि नही| तो स्टाक मार्केट भी अपनी स्टेटस को नही बदलेगी| धीरे धीरे उपर जायेगी जब तक कि तब आम आदमी फिर से इन्वेस्ट करना शुरू करे|
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