Generally I do not write or analyse on the market predictions. But one of the friend shared a msg on Nifty predictions let’s try to analyse it.
Don’t confuse brains with a bull market….. How much Nifty can rise in current bull market….?
Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria
– Sir John Templeton
India has first major Bull market when Sensex moved from 400 in 1989 to 4546 in April 1992 a Rally of almost 1100% in matter of 3 years which will be remembered for Liberalization and reforms by Manmohan Singh . Continue reading “Predicting the Bull Market”
Just recalling my elementary school days and the English subject we all have written the essay on “If you where the prime minister of India“. If you compare those essay with the current scenario of the country I could write this with confidence that non of your point holds true .
I thought of rewriting it today with ten key areas where reform is needed. In all likelihood, they are not the only ten, but consider them to be the most crucial:
- Improve governance. Without better governance, delivery systems and effective implementation, Continue reading “If you where the prime minister of India : Ten Things to achieve India’s 2050 Potential”
Before the market opens there are 3 main issues that is going to determine this week ahead. Result of the Greek elections , Reserve Bank of India (RBI) credit policy review later today — if a rate cut is not going to stimulate investment, but has the potential to stimulate inflation. Not to forget clarity on the likely successor to finance minister Pranab Mukherjee.
From Greece‘s pro-euro conservatives win election, official estimate says which looks positive to the Asian markets. The Euro cup 2012 also lands in to the irony Germany vs Greece Continue reading “In Focus The Reserve bank of India (RBI) and Greece”