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Monday, October 27, 2008

Samvat,market poem&Monday market snapshot

Here?s hoping this Samvat improves the quality of your life as you get to spend more time with your family. Teaching your son how to handle your SLR, helping your daughter with her French lessons and getting to know your spouse well are some of the activities that you can focus on. Take your parents on that long promised pilgrimage, polish your culinary skills that you learnt during your bachelor days , build the family web-site that you always wanted to do, register for a invigorating session at a SPA in the Himalayan foothills or sit back in your lawn , practice pranayam sessions with little help from the bearded Baba Ram Dev. As for your portfolio, we will take good care of it.Though we are in uncharted waters as far as the international scenario is concerned, here?s hoping that the fall from here will not be as much as seen last samvat. As the dividing line between an opportunity and folly blurs, we pray to Goddess Sarasvati that she will continue to shower her blessings on us , as she did last year, so that we could continue to give unbiased right advice to you and help you gain the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi.

In a bear market,what should I do?
The answer is simple, economical, perhaps surprising.
The answer is:do nothing
In a bear market,do nothing

Do not check the bse sensex
or the nse nifty
Do not ask for stock quotes.
Look not at the busines Line or cnbc's programs
or whatever you read for financial guidance.

Whatever you were thinking of doing,
don't do it. Do nothing. Do not take
your broker's calls, if you have a broker.
If you are a broker, take a break.
Go to a Yankee game. Bide your time.

Do not sell unless you have no choice
and do not buy unless your risk-tolerance is high
and you have some rainy-day cash to make
a long-term bet on some beaten-down
blue chip stocks from stable of adag

Short covering of derivative positions ahead of the expiry on Wednesday, 29 October 2008 triggered a sharp intra-day pullback in second half of the days trading session after Indices plunging to over 3-year low in the first half spooked by weak global equities.After plunging nearly 12% during the day, indices staged a smart comeback in the later half of the trading session and closed with much lower damage on the penultimate day of the derivative expiry of the October series. Sensex recovered nearly 800 points from the day low to close at 8509, down 191 points from Friday. Nifty ended at 2524, losing 60 points. Other Asian markets closed with much larger cuts. European markets were trading with average cut of 4% while US stock futures were down by around 2%. Rupee touched a fresh all time low of 50.27 against the dollar, finally closing at 49.88. Nymex crude fell to a 19 month low of $ 61.30/bbl.BSE Consumer Durable and Auto indices were down the most among the sectoral indices, losing 6% each, while Realty and Teck indices gained 4.2% and 1% respectively. Bharti and Reliance were the top gainers among the sensex stocks, up 6%each, while Tata Motors and M & M were down the most, losing 14% each. BSE advance-decline ratio stood at 1:3.9.

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