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Friday, October 17, 2008

People going in for hibernation

People going in for hibernation:-There are a lot of people who are going on for hibernation with vows of never returning to the markets.Thats completly insane,ridiculios and no matter even if they return again during good times they would never be able to make money.Its such a great experince of going through a strong bear markets.Once you surpass it you may boast of seeing a bear market and a bull market.That completes a cycle,everything moves in a tandem folks.You would only get entertained in a bull market and you would hope to be in holidays in a bear one,thats neither prudent nor possible.Enjoy a cycle,get better with better decision making abilities.People with even 15% cash position were in miniscule but after what happned offlate that would help one to have a lot of cash in portfolio in the next bull market.Wealth gets generated in the longer run,that has vindicated so many times and would continue to be for eternity.Buy when others are selling and sell when others are going gung-ho,thats the approach and logic.So members plesase have patience,stay put or invested and keep allocating small bits of money to help yourself and your portfolio in the longer run.

Market snapshot:There was havoc on dalal street as sustained selling pressure made the sensex close below 10,000 for the first time after 20th June 2006. Sensex lost a hefty 811 points from the morning high to close at 9975, losing 606 points compared to yesterday. Nifty shut shop at 3074, down 194 points. Indian markets were down the most among all the Asian markets. On weekly basis, sensex is down 5.25% while Nifty has lost 6.27%, making it a fourth consecutive negative week. Among the sectoral indices, BSE Metal and Oil & Gas indices are down the most on weekly basis, losing 11.3% and 11% respectively, while Bankex and Realty indices managed to closed in green, gaining 4.3% and 0.07% respectively.All the BSE sectoral indices closed in red. Realty and Power indices saw the deepest cut, losing 10% and 8% respectively. All 30 sensex stocks were down with Reliance Infra and JP Associate being hammered the most, down 12% and 10.7% respectively. BSE advance-decline ratio stood at 1:2.6.


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