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How stocks market work??

  CA Nikita    02 October 2007 at 18:57

It was autumn, and the Red Indians on the remote reservation askedtheir New Chief if the winter was going to be cold or mild. Since hewas a Red Indian chief in a modern society, he couldn't tell what theweather was going to be. Nevertheless, to be on

Closed ended fund a better bet!!

  CA Nikita    28 September 2007 at 15:05

Better `closed' September, 27th 2007 The market regulator SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) is rightly concerned about the mushrooming New Fund Offers (NFOs) by mutual fund houses in India which have been receiving enthusiastic response f


  jatin    27 September 2007 at 22:13

Roughly about seven years ago NSE , one of the leading stock exchanges in India(other includes BSE) inaugurated the trading in Derivatives .Though there were initial hesitation amongst Indian investors with respect to these supposedly new financial

Hedging Loss is Buisness Loss , not Speculation Loss!

  Ravikumar.G    25 September 2007 at 15:51

Can a loss from hedging of commodities be set off against normal profit of a related commodity merchant? Yes, there is express provision under the I T Act ,by which loss from hedging of commodities are allowed to be taken not as Speculation Loss and

Watching of watch dogs Movements.

  Prakash Popat    21 September 2007 at 18:27

POINT ARISES FOR DELIBARATIONS .1.SEBI circulars approved in parliament/by ICAI.2.Similar Treatment Indian Financial Institute Getting in the counterparts country? 3.is this not siply move to dragged hard earned money out of country?SEBI permits acc

What's short-selling of shares

  CMA Gul S    21 September 2007 at 18:27

What is short-selling? Short-selling, in the context of the stock market, is the practice where an investor sells shares that he does not own at the time of selling them. He sells them in the hope that the price of those shares will decline, and he w

Testing Balance Sheet Strength

  CA. Mohammed Yusuf    21 September 2007 at 00:29

Testing Balance Sheet Strength For stock investors, the balance sheet is an important consideration for investing in a company's stock because it is a reflection of what the company owns and owes. The strength of a company's balance sheet can be eval

Learning for Earning: Get the secrets of forex training program

  Ravikumar.G    20 September 2007 at 18:15

For a trader, forex is perhaps the best place to start a trading career. And why not? Forex with all its flexibilities has proved to be the largest trading market in the world having an average daily trade of US$ 2 trillion and above. A trader with a

Infrastructure MFs are flavour of the year

  CMA Gul S    13 September 2007 at 14:38

It's not just the infrastructure sector that is witnessing fund inflows from a cross section of investors, including private equity players, for the past year. Schemes floated by mutual funds (MFs) have also piqued investor interest, as a result of w