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Signals for Indian stock markets for 2010 ----whether bullish or bearish? Why?

Asked by Good Citizen, 04 Jan '10 11:27 am
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All stock markets which with stood the economic calamity will be bussilf in 2010 and Indian economy ,which had withstood the crisis far better than others will be extra bullish
Answered by Josna, 04 Jan '10 11:47 am

 
  
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Its very difficult to predict, because the economic crisis has ended. But if you observe closely markets have run up 75-80% in the last one year, though this is over a smaller base, further upside cannot be ruled out. However, whether we have fully come out of the crisis is still a good debate with people arguing on either side. A few strong companies have the muscle to come out strong out of the crisis and post strong results, other can post good and average ones. Identifying this is very difficult, and Satyam like cases are a warning to people getting too fancy about one stock or few stocks in a sector. The introduction of new products such as ETFs will provide lay investors with options to invest in indices rather than individual stocks and get exposure to safer assets and protection such as Gold ETFs, etc.
Answered by NASAman, 04 Jan '10 01:54 pm

 
  
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One can take a call on the stock market only by what it there infront of us right now and by what perceptions that the economy might hold for the coming year. Going by the reports that are coming in, the worst of the recessionary effects appears to be over but the pull back atleast in the West has not been as swift as it was expected. Far too many giants have bitten the dust during the storm and some establishments are still suffering the aftereffects going by the closure of some mid-size banks even as late as Dec 2009.

Whether we like it or not, we have to acknowledge that the U.S economy has to pull back and show a confidence for growth for rest of the world to be assured that, yes indeed things are looking up. Conflicting figures are coming from the U.S with regard to home sales, consumer data, consumer confidence data, pay rolls data and manufacturing data. It isn't showing the kind of momentum that every one expected and there are far too many jerks enroute. A lot would also d ...more
Answered by Omega, 04 Jan '10 11:55 am

 
  
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Market would see both bulls and bears because it is always unpredictable and volatile depending on so many external factors which influence the economy and trading.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 04 Jan '10 11:47 am

 
  
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Fully bearish
Answered by iqbal seth, 20 Feb 09:46 am

 
  
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