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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Indian stock markets decline on profit booking

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[11/6/2014] Indian stock indices declined today as investors booked profits, thus ending a 4 day winning streak. 30 component benchmark SENSEX declined by 110 points today and ended the day at 24,473.89 points. NSE's NIFTY 50 declined by 29.55 points to close at 7626.85 points. Investors booked profits from power, metal and consumer durable stocks, which led the list of losers. BSE's Realty index declined by 4.21 percent today.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Indian stock markets closes flat | Realty index declines 3 perc

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[10/6/14] Benchmark Indian stock indices including SENSEX and NSE's NIFTY 50 both ended the day almost flat. IT and Pharma sector led the gainers list. 30 component SENSEX closed up by just 3.48-point at 25,583.69. 14 out of 30 components of SENSEX closed higher while 16 of them declined today.

National Stock Exchange's NIFTY 50 closed up by 1.80 points at 7,656.40 . Indian stock indices are highly overpriced at the moment and correction might be around the corner, probably union budget would be trigering point for correction. Sector-wise consumer durables index gained the most by rising 3.55 percent, followed by IT by 2.32 percent and healthcare index by 1.97 percent. On other hand Realty index suffered the most by closing 2.96 percent down, PSU index closed lower by 1.28 percent and oil and gas index declined by 0.96 percent.

Monday, June 9, 2014

SENSEX | NIFTY closes at record high as speculations about Union Budget rise

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[9/6/14] As the days for preesentation of Union Finance budget approaches near and industry awaits maiden budget by finance minister Arun jaitely, speculations in Indian stock markets are already on rise. President Pranab Mukherjee's address to new parliament raised some hope about a budget targeting lower fiscal deficit, thus there might be some cuts in subsidies.

Benchmark Indian stock indices including Bombay Stock Exchange's 30 component SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's NIFTY 50 ended the day at all-time high closing rate. Most followed SENSEX closed today at 25,549.97, up 153.51 points, Index touched an all-time intraday high of 25,644.77 today. While NSE's NIFTY 50 closed at 7,645.80, up 62.40 points, touching an all-time intraday high of 7,673.70 today. Only loser was the oil and gas index which declined by 0.42 percent today. Market breadth was positive on the NSE with 1126 gainers against 434 losers.

As the speculations about Union finance budget keeps on rising, Indian indices might keep moving upwards till the budget is presented, There would be probably correction after budget is presented.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

5 steps for building your Stock Portfolio

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Many stock investors often dream about having an ideal stock portfolio where none of the stock is a laggard. This is however a 'never-to-be-true' scenario as one cannot correctly analyse how the stock would perform over a year from purchasing it. In this post I would guide readers who are new to stock markets/investing, how to build their stock portfolio. Choosing a correct stock is most important of all the requirements for a successful portfolio. This involves sheer analysis acumen of the person. Analysis involved includes tracking the stock performance of the past couple of years, smartness of the management of the company.

Is it too early to directly start the detailed analysis...PAUSE...lets start with the introduction about STOCK PORTFOLIO!

IF I compare a person's stock portfolio to a house then I can find various similarities in two of them. Actually building a stock portfolio is like building your house where different stocks represent different rooms and If one of the room is filthy then a person hates it and doesnot want to enter the room again. All the rooms should be rightly furnished/lightened so that the overall experience feels pleasing and comfortable.

Step-by-step guide for Stock portfolio: 1. Create a blueprint: A person should make a blueprint which clearly states following bullet points: a) Reason for stock portfolio, what a person wants in his portfolio b) What is the goal of the investment. c) How long a person can invest/hold d) How much should a person put into cash, bonds, and various types of stocks. 2. Know your portfolio and make periodic calculations for the market value of all your investments, keep yourself updated with present trends in these investments in order to find perfect time for exiting one or many . 3. Make sure your stock portfolio is strictly in accordance to the blueprint you made, If it is not so then your house is not being made according to the plan, which would haunt you later in case of emergency. a) Remove any of the redundant investments you have made, If you have 3 large-cap bond investments then try to exit two of them as all would give similar returns/risks and because similarly you never want your house to have 3-4 store rooms. 4. Balancing the stock investments is the key : Generally stocks give higher returns then bonds, hence there is high possibility that your investments would include higher percentage of stocks as the time passes, thus increasing your risk percentage. Hence do a periodic check that your investments as exactly in accordance to the initial blueprint. If you want to invest more in stocks over time then invest the profit money which you received till now from your investments, This would mitigate risk and your principle amount would be much safer. 5. Analyze your Investments periodically: There is a high possibility that the mutual funds part of your investment doesnot have the same rating which you decided in your blueprint, hence you need to sell them and purchase the ones which fit in accordance to the blueprint. You should sell stocks only when it has reaced the target sell price you made during the blueprint creation. These 5 steps are very basics which should be followed by everyone who wants to make his/her stock portfolio. Still there can be more additions to above steps which I might have missed, so using your own brain is foremost important thing needed for making stock portfolio. Note - These steps doesnot gurantee positive returns always, read the disclaimer at the bottom of the blog.

Friday, June 6, 2014

Upward momentum of SENSEX | NIFTY continues up by 1.5 perc

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[6/6/2014] Greetings from LiveBombayStockExchange - Upward trend of benchmark Indian stock indices including Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's NIFTY 50 closed up by nearly 1.5 percent today. SENSEX touched a all time high of 25419 points during day's trade today.

30 component SENSEX closed at 25,396.46 points up by 376.95 points, while broader index NSE's NIFTY ended the day's proceedings at 7583.40 points up by 109.30 pts. Other main thing to notice is that 770 listed companies at Bombay Stock Exchange reached 52 week high today

Thursday, June 5, 2014

SENSEX closes above 25K for first time ever | NIFTY gains

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[5/6/2014] Major Indian Stock Indices indices including Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's CNX NIFTY 50 closed higher today as Foreign investors made fresh purchases of Metals, Power and Oil and Gas sector stocks. It is first time in hhistory of Bombay Stock Exchange that SENSEX is closing above the 25K mark.

The 30-share BSE SENSEX ended the day at 25,019.51, up by 213.68 points, The index hit high of 25,044.06 during day's trade today. Almost all of the sectors gained today with shares of metal, oil and gas, power, PSUs, FMCG and IT leading the list of gainers.

The 50-share broader index NSE Nifty ended the day up by 71.85 points at a new peak of 7,474.10 . Foreign Institutional investors purchased stocks worth 192 crores today. Indian stock indices might remain in upward direction until union budget is presented in parliament.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Indian Stock Indices decline on profit bookings

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[4/6/2014] Major Indian stock indices including the Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's NIFTY 50 closed lower today as investors booked profits after reaching the record high. IT , FMCG and Oil and Gas sector saw selling and led the list of losers at the Stock markets across country.

The 30 component Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX opened higher today, however profit booking ended the day at 24,805.83, down by 52.76 points. It touched a day's low of 24,773.93 points today. BSE's IT index was down by 1.27 percent, BSE's Oil and Gas index down by 1.01 percent, FMCG index declined by .23 percent today.

The broad-based NSE's CNX NIFTY 50 also slipped from record high closing by losing 13.60 points end at 7,402.25 points today.

Monday, June 2, 2014

[2/6/14] Speculation over RBI meet boosts Investor sentiments, SENSEX , NIFTY rise

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Greetings from LiveBombayStockExchange, your one stop blog for daily updates about Indian stock markets. Major Indian Stock indices including BSE's SENSEX and National Stock Exchange's NIFTY ended the day on positive note today. Indian Stock markets saw purchasing activity through out the day as investors speculations increased over upcoming meeting of Reserve Bank of India.

The 30 component BSE's SENSEX index closed at 24,687.81, up 470.47 points. The most watched Indian stock index touched a day's high of 24709.09 points, whereas NSE's broader index NIFTY ended the day at 7,356.85, up by 126.90 points. It touched a low of 7,239.50 during day's trade. The S&P BSE Midcap Index closed up by 2.28 percent and the S&P BSE Smallcap Index also up by 2.05 percent at close. However S&P BSE FMCG Index closed down by 0.98 percent and the S&P BSE Healthcare Index also closing lower by 0.99 percent today.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Stock Portfolio of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala - may 2014

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Billionaire Stock market investor Rakesh JhunJhunwala is probably the most famous of all people who have made big bucks from Indian stock markets, there are numerous novices who follow his stock portfolio diligently and have also gained in the process. Following is the list of companies in which Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has invested his money. You may follow some of these stocks and movements for investing your money.

Companystake percent
Titan Industries9.05%
Rallis India10.03%
Delta Corp6.84%
Praj Industries8.45%
Firstsource solutions3.8%
TV18 Broadcast1.34%
Kesoram Industries6.83%
Pipavav Defense and offshore1.43%
Prime Focus6.14%
Geojit BNP7.88%
Anant Raj2.12%
Sterling holidayresorts3.67%
A2Z Maintenance and engineering16.7%
DB Realty1.03%
viceroy hotels14.64%
autoline industries10.18%
Ion exchange6.02%
Hindustan Oil Exploration Company1.5%
Mcnally Bharat Engineering3.21%
Prozone capital shopping centres2.46%
Adinath Exim Resources4.05%

Thursday, May 29, 2014

[29.5.14] - BSE SENSEX | NIFTY ends lower on selling pressure

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It turned out to be not a good day for almost all Indian stock indices as Stock markets witnessed heavy selling pressure as may end nears. Benchmark stock indices including Bombay Stock Exchange's SENSEX ended the day at 24,234.15, down 321.94 points The most watched index touched a high of 24,528.20 and a low of 24,206.50 during the day's trade today. Broader index NSE's NIFTY closed at 7,246.70, down 82.95 points. The broader index touched a high of 7,325.40 and a low of 7,224.40 during the day's trade today.

Almost all the sectoral indices at Bombay Stock Exchange ended the day in red. Infosys led the pack of losers as it closed down by nearly 7 percent after market reacted negatively on yet another high profile exit from the board of the second biggest IT company. Only BSE's Healthcare index closed up by mere 0.02 percent today.


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