Showing posts from October, 2017


Explained in the below-titled  post about GROWTH AND THE CHINESE BAMBOO TREE…  click here to see that *** LIST 2 In the below Map, Few more stocks,  which were identified almost at the breaking point edge, Now look like a  Chinese Bamboo Trees


Have you been working hard in a particular area of your life, but not seeing the rewards for all your effort? Maybe you have been spending countless hours learning how to trade, researching for stocks and doing hundreds of trades, but not making the huge profits you expect. Maybe you have been spending hours and hours working on your new business, only to break even or losing money year after year.  It can be often discouraging. We seemingly do all the right things, and nothing happens. But for those who do things right and are not discouraged and are persistent, things will happen! You will be hugely rewarded if you stick to it! Here is a powerful story about  the Chinese Bamboo Tree. To grow, the Chinese Bamboo Tree requires a lot of nurturing through water, fertile soil, and sunshine. If you plant a seed, water the tree and add fertilizer for a whole year, nothing happens. There are no visible signs of growth in spite of providing all of these things. Afer

Welcome SAMVAT 2074 - What will going to bring this year? & How much ?

The latest from the mouth of The BIG,   a proved individual in any parameter in the present period. An edited verbatim transcript  The story of the financial savings getting huger and huger or large part of the savings in the household sector being invested in equity has just started. A growing economy like India with reasonably good corporate governance practices, tax-free, I think India will grow nominal gross domestic product (GDP) at 12 percent. I see no way that Indian equity will not give you a return of 15 percent. Now you tell me one investment that I can sit in my office, have a liquid investment, borrow at very fine rates and get a 15 percent return. I do not see many investment opportunities like that. So by my sheer common sense, I feel that this money is going to continue and I think this is not even a flood, it is going to be a flood and it is going to be a tsunami. In America, investment in mutual funds in equity, mutual funds went up from USD 162 billi

NIFTY - A decade from its bottom edge, now What next?

NIFTY (10167) -  Normally, update the NIFTY,  whenever at a crucial juncture,  It may be micro or macro.  so far, here itself, updated more than 200 times  in the last 11 years Out of them, the best post ever was posted  on 27th January 2008 Till now, that was the best among them.  It was posted with the title  "VISION OR MISSION"  (click the above link to see that post) and the expected level was attained on Oct.2008  *** From  Oct 2008 bottom edge of 2252    Oct 2017 now   at 10191 That is History  now, where are we? The  present Uptrend started from Aug. 2013  and still, going on... At some stage, it will be going to top out  and downtrend will start Now, the  Trillion dollar question is  "When will it?"  I hope that this time also I can identify the top out  edge   at an appropriate time  and will proclaim,  but this time, it will not be in the public domain but

Graphite electrode - other side view

R ecently, Indian graphite electrode manufacturers cornered investors’ attention with fundamentals pointing towards a turnaround in the sector. Key manufacturers in India –  HEG  and  Graphite India   Graphite electrode manufacturers are the key beneficiary of the improvement in its end market - global steel demand. Industry consolidation leading to lower supply and higher barriers to entry is also positive news. However, a sharp surge in raw material prices and China exports are the factors to watch out for which can cap this upside. Further, our calculations suggest that stock prices of both HEG and Graphite India are trading ahead of the expected pricing dynamics in medium-term. Industry-wide capacity consolidation – lower supply In the last few years, the global graphite electrode industry had witnessed curtailment of capacity (by 210 k tons) on account of weak profitability. Major companies like SGL Carbon and Graftech downsized their capacity by 100 kT and