Every Mkt will gives u opportunities.We need to just identify them.From 2004-2008 it was Infra/Banks/Eng/Realty/etc...And From 2008-2013 it was FMCG/Pharma.Now the Investment Revival cycle is changing... Mkt never goes in straight line..It always tests our Patience..And one day,Stock will shoot up in couple of weeks...Investor will rush to buy and you need to sell, then wait for correction to buy again.
Any comment on how to protect the capital in long run. It`s hot topic these days.
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Once they goes into down cycle mode we conclude that they will stay there forever. Ups and down are part of it and nobody know how long the down cycle will last.
But yes these have beaten down too much. We should only put that money in stock market which we don`t need for 10 years. But if goes up then we should book profit and wait for down cycle.
Sugar is supposed to get out of its bear market this year. After a glut year there should be shortage this year worldwide. But when is the question. Sugar prices meanwhile are falling with general commodities.
I wouldn`t pay much heed to decontrol. This was the easiest decision for the govt due to international prices being lower than in India. This does not give any advantage to Renuka. And if sugar becomes bullish again who knows, the next govt may reinstate controls. Sugar is a very sensitive commodity in India and can make or break elections.
Long term buying in sugar stocks is OK. When they come out of bearishness they do it explosively and all these stocks may multiply several times in price, especially truly beaten down ones like Bajaj and Balrampur. These companies have gone through many cycles and won`t stay down forever.
Pay attention and watch again. Resist labelling as "spiritual" etc. She is describing physiological processes that cause the right and left brain to process information differently. She might have become intense because she was describing a personal experience.
[By the way, Jill Bolte Taylor was selected among TIME`s 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2008 -- not even Nobel scientists get into that list easily. I do admit that what she is saying won`t click with most people because this is not what we want to hear. Listening to totally new things calls for suspending all preconceived notions, tendency to label things etc.]
will watch the video and will tell then. i do believe all this is quite revolutionary. one of my very good frnd has just got into MIT for his phd.
he still looking for a topic, and this guys a mechie into nano technology. everything is dependent on human capital which us has developed so nice. that is why i said, if you can keep our kid happier than yourself, then u have grown, and this has to repeat.
PS im so much into eco this days, that i just keep talking about growth. lol
robert solow, mit again, who has developed growth models said, once you think about growth, its hard to think about anything else.
All those stocks which got accidental damages due to budget are now getting a proper treatment. Stock holders are request to care of them and do not dump them when they are in distress. They will recover and can start their onward/backward journey as per their capabilities.