“Rule No.1: Never lose money. Rule No.2: Never forget rule No.1." - Warren E. Buffett

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Eye Of the Tiger

If you wonder what this image got to do here, then you need a lot to improve yourself.This is one of the basic feature for a successful trader. Before you invest your money into market, you should develop the skill to watch the market from outside. A watch such as a Tiger will give you an idea of when the shares are raising and when they are falling on a general note.Its better we learn some of the skill like this instead of entirely depending on somebody's advice or the way the market is going, because it is after all your hard earned money. They say as a whole the market is being ruled basically by sentiments of the investors.In one way if you accept this is right then what makes the sentiment of the public and how it affects the market as a whole. There is a lot of factors that causes the sentiments of the public like the depression in the economy, inflation, the instability of the government,any pattern change in the taxing system of the country, political situation,and the trend of the FII and so on, but even still you cannot say that these are the fixed important factors that rules the market since the market is not predictable by anybody but these are some of the reasons that had created some sort of instability in the market. To learn that you should develop the skill to watch the market.

Saturday, March 01, 2008

Budget 2008

Eventhough the Budget 2008 has evoked a lot of mixed reactions, by and large it has come as an open invitation for the growing economy.It almost opened the gates wide open for investment in all most all catogories except the IT sectors, the reason may be the ressesion in US not only affected the indian share market but also reflected in the Union Budget. Some predict it as a budget, in the wake of the forthcoming elections in mind, one cannot deny the slashing of the excise duty in the automotive sector, pharma sector, processed food,and the customs duty cut in the field of crude and unrefined sulphur and the notable fund allotment towards drinking water needs, irrigation projects ujder Accilerated irrigation Benefit programme,and the infrastructure will certainly oil the momentum and improve the phase of these sectors which in return will reflect in the growth of the economy.
As far as the investor is concerned now the options for the investors are wide open and he can very well concentrate on the very basic rule of investing the "Diversification of Investments".The market may take sometime to settle itself in par with the current budget but for a good investor who aims his investment on the long run i feel this budget is going to be a very big boon .