Year 2012 was full of surprises for the Indian investors. Looking at the weekly charts for Nifty in 2012 we clearly see it had something for every body be it trader or investor. Nifty has shown good support in 2012 around 4500, 4800, 5000, 5200, 5550, 5850 and so it does look like 2013 will be a year where there will be lot of support for market and so if you are keen to invest your money in 2013, there are three things that you need to know.
The energy situation in India saw some significant announcements recently. The country is expecting to raise its natural gas price by 44 percent.
Oil India Limited ( OIL ) IPO opens on September 7th and closes on September 11th 2009 and the price band for the IPO is between Rs. 950 and Rs. 1,050.
Mr Buffet was speaking to shareholders of his Berkshire Hathaway company at their annual general meeting being held in Omaha, Nebraska. The value of Berkshire Hathaway’s investments fell by quite a bit and Mr Buffett’s personal wealth shrank by $25bn (£17bn) and he is now not at the top of the richest person list.
The Americans have several bases in central Asia, including Afghanistan. The Russians, Nato and Chinese too have established military posts in the region. Even India can claim to have set up an air defense in the region. Even India can claim to have set up an air defense unit in Tajikistan.
A short term investors should invest in debt products as they give assured returns. On the other hand, if investors are prepared to wait for least three years, they can look at equity. But they need to invest in a staggered manner. For instance, look at daily and weekly STP’S (Systematic Transfer Plans).
The stock market is increasingly getting jittery about the bad news swamping the economy. A host of factors such as inflation, slump in industrial output, higher oil price and so on, is keeping the market on tender hooks. Also, Indian carriers expect to lose up to Rs.10,000 crore, this fiscal year as oil is showing no signs of cooling off and hovering around $146-147.
As per many Guru’s on TV inflation is likely to surge to 17% by September 2008. The government is likely to hike prices between 10 and 20% again, as early as September to limit fiscal risks. The rise in the price for the Indian crude oil basket could be the trigger for another round of increase in fuel prices to $145 to 150 per barrel from the current $132 per barrel.
Air India is seeking for a mix of debt and equity. Its paid up capital is nearly Rs.150 crore while the authorized capital is Rs. 1,500 crore. Air India wants the paid up figure to be closer to the authorized one which will require a combination of nearly Rs.1300 crore as equity. Also, it requires a hefty loan component.
The rising prices of commodities, such as food grains and natural resources has led to a sharp cut in real income. The Governments, all over the Globe, are in a panic situation and they are desperately trying to find a break through in the rise in prices. In India, investors have started to benefit in terms of global diversification.
Natural resources are considered to be the backbone of any economy. In India, the economic value of natural resources like oil, iron, iron ore, coal is high. In recent years there has been a rise in commodities like base metals, gold, oil and natural gas. India has sufficient amounts of basic commodities, within India and globally too.
We are all aware of the event which happened when Reliance was not able to sell the petrol and diesel at the price that was equal to PSU companies. Several retail outlets of petroleum products within the country had to be closed.
The crude oil prices have almost been doubled and rupee is slowly reaching to a level where it was in the late 2006. The crude oil has to certainly fall, otherwise, it will cripple the economy of India.
The same thing is likely to happen in Europe. Although governments in emerging economics have taken care of the citizens by shielding them from the rising cost of oil through subsidies, yet the recent price rise has forced them to raise prices. The growth will be dampening by such a happening.