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  1. reena1790

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    Stock Market Tips

    First of all you need to obtain a basic knowledge of shares and the stock market. It goes without saying that without knowing the aspects of a stock Tips or the concept of how the stock market works it’s impossible to know what you doing. You can gain all the basic knowledge of the stock market in the basics section of the website.
    These are the key concepts that need to be learnt before moving onto learning to trade;
    • Learn the aspects a share has e.g. dividends, bid/ask price, its chart etc.
    • Know what information is required to buy shares.
    • Learn how the stock market works
    • Know of the risk involved with trading shares
    Its important to have this knowledge before paying money for a trading course to enable you to fully understand the concepts being taught.

    The New investors taking their first steps towards learning the basics of stock trading should have access to multiple sources of quality education. there is so much written on the topic of investing for new investor. when you are investing money in stock market keep it simple. keep your investment strategies such as examining data point making predictions and trading real simple to help insure you don't take on to many risk on company or stock without having market security.
     
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    Indian Stock Market – Current News & Fundamental Analysis

    The Indian market is in a rough patch, given the deteriorating macro-economic conditions, the lack of policy implementation, and most importantly, the lack of confidence. To further aggravate the situation, the share decline in INR/USD by almost 20 percent in the past four months due to the expected tempering of us feed bond by has made the situation worse .Again, film crude prices have added to the woes of widening trade and fiscal deficit.
    However the silver lining is that with the decline in INR/USD coupled with the measures taken by the RBI and the government, gold imports have fallen and exports textiles and engineering. Goods have picked up. This has curtailed the bargaining trade difficult. Thought the performance of the Indian market has been in line with that of most emerging markets in the past three months, it remains an out performer on a long term basis.
    The Auto sector may report a mixed set of numbers like Tata motors and Bajaj auto may see the slowdown in domestic sales compensated by global sales and exports. Metals stop may report result in line with the expectation of neutral growth. However and hence may know impact the markets as the same stands priced in.
    The Indian rupee is likely to move up gradually against the USD before its settle down and trades between the 58-63 levels in FY 14.
    We are focusing more on beaten down sectors like capital goods, engineering, banks and metals. Export related sectors would continue to remain out performer, but alpha returns can be generated from the former. We believe that the food security bill and land equation bill would evenly generate higher consumption appetite especially among the rural masses, and hence recommend selectee it’s in FMCG. Our top picks are Dabber, Britannia and L&T, Crompton greaves, engineers India, thermal, Swaraj engines, Cummins India, IL and FS transportation, SBI, Axis Bank, Syndicate Bank, PNB, Hindalco, Tata Steel, Vardhaman Textiles, Rallis India, Pidilite Industries, Blue Star, Esab India, Aditya Birla Nuvo, Madras Cements, Baja auto, Cairn India, LICHF and NMDC.
    At five percent GDP growth in the FY13 the Indian economy grew. At 4.8 percent of the GDP, The current account deficit of 5.06 percent of the GDP is anything but comforting. Besides, policy inconsistency and apathy towards the sentiments of the international as well as the domestic business communities have served to rub salt on the wounds. Of let the realty sector has been battling issues like higher interest rates that are impacting the sales volume growth and the highly leveraged balance sheets eroding the bottom lines. Naturally the sentiments are not good for this sector, which was once expected to be the driver of the India growth story.
    We advice retail investors to first set their objective in terms of realistic returns and according invest in SIPs. For investors directly active in the market, there is always opportunity irrespective of the market conditions. Hence, follow discipline in investing, go by the fundamentals and never invest based on hearsay.
     
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