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What do you all think will be the performance of the stock markets in the next financial year starting from tomorrow, please give reasons?

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Asked by dharamender nebhnani, 31 Mar '10 10:24 pm
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Every year there will be a bubble to help our politicians to multiply their Swiss money in the form of FOREIGN INVESTMENTS. If you can smell that, you will become very rich.
Answered by Kovai King, 31 Mar '10 10:53 pm

 
  
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India is perceived as a growth area globally. Massive inflows from the FIIs into the Indian stock markets are due to this. This will certainly gain further momentum in the coming months of the next financial year unless something unforeseen happens. Hence in all probability we will see lot of action in the Indian stock markets in the coming months taking the markets to greater heights.
Answered by Good Citizen, 31 Mar '10 10:44 pm

 
  
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It will continue to be strong.Since our economy is growing at a steady rate and though the price rise is very high but the speeches of FM & PM cool down the effects of it.FII"s are still interested in India and our financial institutions do step in whenever the FII's pull out.so unless and until there is any serious threat of a war or any other great epedemic mainly effecting the Indian industry, i suppose the market will be steady.And factors like drought and floods take place almost every year, and have really stopped effecting our markets.The interest of the common man is also growing in the share market as banks and FD's do not offer any good return.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 31 Mar '10 10:30 pm

 
  
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In the first half upto september market would be reasonably stable. in the second half markets may tumble. the rule what goes up has to come down.
the law of gravity always operates in share market.
Answered by mr c, 01 Apr '10 10:15 am

 
  
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Till the time the USA become financially healthy again out markets will be in dolfrums only.the problem is that we dont see out progress but our markets move largely on flobal cues and till the time global cues are strong our market wont move up much.
seond problem is that the FIIs are nor buying much, as they did in 2006/2007. they dont have the money to do it. And, the Indian markets CANNOT go up substantially without FII MONEY our own DIIs dont have the kind on money that can make the indian stock market zoom up.
so,finally, we will be where we are now, give or take about 5 percent either side
Answered by iqbal seth, 01 Apr '10 06:10 am

 
  
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Sach kahu to 3 saal se samjhne ki koshish jari hai..aaj tak samajh nahi aaya..lol.
Answered by raam, 31 Mar '10 11:14 pm

 
  
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Fluctuations only expected.
Answered by hitler, 31 Mar '10 10:40 pm

 
  
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