FII Pullouts And GDP Fall


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If ever you need to call which way the economy may be heading following  is an indicator.It is culled from this article : http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/indicators/fii-pullout-gdp-economy-unusually-sensitive-to-fickle-investment-flows/articleshow/13027767.cms Read more of this post

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Quotes


wealthymatters.com“If a girl is beautiful a suitor will come. If a stock is beautiful, a suitor will come. So I don’t search for suitors when I buy the stock.”

“I have learnt two things about the press and wives. When they say something – don’t react.”

“India will remain in a phase of very good economic growth for the next 30 years.”

“Markets are like women — always commanding, mysterious, unpredictable and volatile.”

“Anticipate trend and benefit from it. Traders should go against human nature.”

” Successful investors are opportunistic and optimistic ones.”

“The mother of bull all runs is still to come.”

“I have two-three dreams in life. The first dream is that when I die and only truth of life is death, how many people come to my funeral and say, a good man has died. That is the greatest ambition in my life. Second thing is I want to earn the greatest wealth of the world in the most legitimate manner; practical legitimate manner and leave the largest part of it to charity.”

“Respect the market. Have an open mind. Know what to stake. Know when to take a loss. Be responsible.” Read more of this post

The Yield Curve


The yield curve is a graph that plots the yields of similar-quality debt instruments against their maturities, ranging from shortest to longest. The yield curve is is also known as the term structure of interest rates. As yield curve shows the various yields that are currently being offered on debt instruments of different maturities it helps investors quickly compare the yields offered by short-term, medium-term and long-term debt instruments.

The yield curve can take three primary shapes. If short-term yields are lower than long-term yields i.e.the line is sloping upwards, then the curve is referred to a positive (or “normal”) yield curve. Below you’ll find an example of a normal yield curve.
 

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