Friday, 26 December 2014

Common Man is Too far From Investment in Equity

We often hear the buzz that the number of the retail investors in the share market is constantly decreasing and the same trend has been emerged in the survey done by the government agency called National Sample Survey Organization (NSO). According to the survey, the common man of India does not believe the share market of the country at all and this is the reason why there is only 0.07 per cent partnership of the equity-based assets in the total assets of rural households, corporate news reported.

In context of the urban households, this level is about 0.17 per cent. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, on the stock market regulator Sebi, has asked the agency to focus on the retail investors. However, analysts believe that the equity markets to draw people to the government will have to make changes in the policies. The survey by NSSO was done during January to December last year, in which was 14-14 families including 4500 village families and 3500 urban families were involved, as per corporate news.

According to the survey, not only equity but also the involvement of the financial assets to the total assets is abysmal. In relation to the participation of rural household financial assets is only 2 per cent, on the other hand, the level of urban households is approx 5 percent. Financial assets other than equity, deposits in government bonds, National Savings Certificates, Kisan Vikas Patra, post office deposits, deposits in other small savings schemes and banks to NBFCs are included, corporate news reported.

Demat related data in India also supports the survey done by NSHO. The total count of the opened accounts at NSDL were 1.35 crore and CDSL registered 82.61 Lakh till November 30, 2014.  According to the survey, the total assets participation of land of the rural households is 72, 21 percent of buildings, 2 per cent of animals and other devices sharing 2 percent. While, the participation of land in the urban household properties is 47, buildings have 45 percent and the participation of other equipment including transport is at the level of 3 per cent of the share, as per corporate news.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Crude Oil: Today and Tomorrow

Water economy is the base of the changes that we have seen till date, namely, what are the usages of water that we get from monsoon for free but the task to change the story and history will be done by oil or oil economy. The strong period of oil economy is giving us signs and If we closely have a look of both these economies, it is said that as crude oil cheaper to run, our economy, defined by the name Real Stake and the society system called Smoke Stake, dependent on this, will soon accept the system where everything gets self destructive like oil and the countries that know how to make castles in the air generated by oil, will be called successful and developed, business news reported.

How the deed of firing and getting fire is turning important is understood by the fact that the elite class of our country does not really reveal the basic reason of hike in the usage of oil at present but advises that India should increase the storage capacity of cheap oil. How much do we spend on the import of oil and the foreign exchange losses do not meet the ever goes down. Even tough, our environment minister Prakash Jawdegar participate in the sessions that aim the International summit going to be held in Paris in 2015 and India is expected to contribute 10 billion in the production of Green Climate Fund so that we can  control the level of carbon pollution. Many intellectuals believe that the dip in the prices of Oil is the end of the Oil Age as per business news.

Friday, 5 December 2014

Nifty Might Touch 1, 25,000 Mark by 2030

According to the chief investor, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, Nifty may touch the mark of 1, 25,000 in the next 15 years by 2030. He stated that 15 years ago Nifty Sensex was at 850 marks, which has now reached up to the level of 8500, which is 10 times more. In the comparison of last 10 years, the growth of the Indian economy will get much better. Other than this, the part of the Indian investors has been growing. In this regard, the increase in Nifty by 10-15 times in next ten years does not seem impossible, corporate newsreported.

In an interview given to a channel, Jhunjhunwala said that in the leadership of our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, the growth rate in the coming years will dazzle the share market. He further added that Modi himself is not ‘change’ but he is a medium of change. The biggest achievement of Modi’s tenure as a Prime Minister is that he took such decisions that can really be executed. With the pace Modi is bringing changes, it can be said that they are according to the country and current situations, as per corporate news.

Jhunjhunwala stated that most of the people believe that this country cannot be reformed, the growth of GDP cannot be 10 per cent and corruption will be a part of their lives forever.  He strongly believes that all these situations will get changed in the coming future.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Sensex Touches 28822 Mark

Mumbai Sensex touched the record mark of 28822 on Friday and the all-round buying became the reason of the record breaking rise in the market. Although, the 30-shares BSE Index closed at 28694 on Friday jumped 255 points and the 50-share NSE Index closed at 8588 which got a jump of 94 points but before that it reached 8617 points.

The market got the benefit of fall in the prices of crude oil. When the market reached at the record level, then profit selling was also observed in the market. The mid cap shares too got a rise on Friday but the small cap shares were observed under pressure due to the profit selling. BSE mid-cap index ended with a gain of 1 percent and the sectors like Banking, Auto, Reality, Consumer Product and the capitalized companies got good ameliorations.  However, there was as partial tenderness in the IT and technology stocks, corporate news reported. shares of the major companies that got a hike include Punjab National Bank, Bank Of Baroda, Asian Paints, State Bank, IndusInd Bank, Axis Bank, Tata Motors, Tata Steel and Mahindra and Mahindra. The interesting thing was that, despite the period of rise, a lenicncy in the shares like Cairn India, Sesa Sterlite, JSPL, Bahrti Airtel, ONGC, Gail and Dr. Reddy’s was observed. In the mid cap shares like Jet Airways, Strides Arcola, Orient Bank, JK Bank and Syndicate Bank got the highest rise while Aban Offshore, Max India, Estageneca, AstraZeneca, Responsive Industries and Gateway Distriparks got the fall, as per corporate news.

On the whole, this is an indicative sign that the market might touch new heights and break its old records in the coming years. The rise in the value of the shares of various banks too is good news as they are going to play a vital role in the coming fiscal year. Undoubtedly, there are many reasons for the rise and the conflict going on in the Middle East countries is a big reason as the oil prices depend too much on these countries’ economy.