So watch yourselves. “If your brother or sistersins against you, rebuke them; and if they repent, forgive them. Even if they sin against you seven times in a day and seven times come back to you saying ‘I repent,’ you must forgive them.”

24 Apr 2019

STOCK MARKET--How election years affect the stock market/read and understand.

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters)

The ongoing stock market rally has been primarily supported by foreign investors. The rupee also rose to a near three-month high against the dollar on Friday.

It is rather unusual for the Indian market to jump in pre-election months, particularly after 1996 when coalitions became the new political strategy to make up for shortfalls in parliamentary majority. In most election years, the market had actually fallen just before the elections – in 2004, by more than 10 percent.
There are reasons why the Sensex is behaving differently now.
The market has its own fears and hopes. First, the market detests uncertainty, which is at its peak in coalition times with regional parties vying for power.
Second, the market would like the communist parties to be drowned in political backwaters. Though a few regional parties want to assert their right to influence the government at the centre, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can still command a good number of seats from the states that it already rules as well as others. This has generated some confidence in investors who are looking to make some quick gains.
That confidence may have come partly from opinion surveys announced recently. Most of them forecast that the BJP may capture more seats than the Congress did in 2009 and be in a good position to form the government with support from old and new friends. If that happens, how will the market respond to the political change?
Well, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance had come to power in 1999. At the time, the market responded well in the three months before the elections (the Sensex jumped nearly 17 percent) as also in the three months following the elections (the Sensex jumped another 6.4 percent). But the euphoria did not last long. In the one year after the elections, the Sensex dropped 13 percent.
The market trend was different in 2004 when a Congress-led coalition formed the government. That is because it had to rely on the communist parties to remain in power. In the first three months, the Sensex was down 6 percent, though over the year it was up 16 percent.

23 Apr 2019

Share market--How do I find fundamentally strong and a bit smaller companies to invest in the Indian stock market?

                 "It is far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair
                  price than a fair company at a wonderful price.”
                                                         -by WARREN BUFFET
1.Why undervalued stocks can be best investment??
Undervalued stocks can outperform more popular stocks because they don’t have the built-in premium that current big-hitters have.For example, a popular stock has already had its major run-up, and will most likely do little more only than with the general market. If the market rises by 10% in a given year, the stock may rise by only 10% or 15%.But An undervalued stock has greater potential to perform better, because it can increase in price substantially simply as a result of reaching the common valuations in its sector.Anundervalued stock can rise by 50% or more in a single year once it becomes “discovered” by the general market.
2.How to find the Undervalued Stocks??

22 Apr 2019

QUOTES--21 of the Most Inspirational Quotes

21 of the Most Inspirational Quotes
If you look closely, you’ll notice the energy of inspiration is all around. From the rising sun to a placid lake on a warm summer night; from our favorite books to our own reflections, the places and things from which we can draw inspiration are infinite. And the best part is that every day is a chance to capture this energy—to seek out all of life’s possibilities.
As you aspire to do great things, use these uplifting quotes for inspiration to be all you can be.
 /famous authers

1. “Keep your face always toward the sunshine—and shadows will fall behind you.” —Walt Whitman

2. “It is always the simple that produces the marvelous.” —Amelia Barr

3. “The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” —Bertrand Russell

4. “Let us make our future now, and let us make our dreams tomorrow’s reality.” —Malala Yousafzai