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Why is the Sensex bullish?

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krishna kumar jaiswal
do the present bullish run continue for how long?
by krishna kumar jaiswal on Aug 20, 2005 07:19 PM

hello, the present scenario at the stock market which is on the verge of crossing the 8000+ mark.do our economy has really reflecting strong indications.will this bullish run continue for how long are our companies really performing very well do share your comment on this perspective.

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k k john
why the sensex bullish
by k k john on Dec 24, 2004 10:16 AM

I find that the market is bullish,partly due to th presence and grressive buying of the FIIS, good fundamentals of th economy, good monsoon and good investment by the government in the infrastructure and the abolishing of long term capital gains tax. the market may still goto dizzy heights, unless there is some manipulations by the brokers. SEBI has to watch and act. shares like IOC, HPCL MRPL etc are to watched

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R. S. Arora
Views on Sensex
by R. S. Arora on Dec 15, 2004 01:50 PM

I feel a possibility of split in Reliance and political unsability in coming six months alongwith rising inflation. So I expect after February, 2005 the markets will definately reverse the trend.

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ramesh wasudeo
bullish share market
by ramesh wasudeo on Dec 15, 2004 01:10 PM

i am no economic wizard but common sense teels me ;

1. india has growing consumer market and business activity in india is bound to be profitable as there is ever growing demand for goods and services. comparatively in developed countries, demand has more or less stabilized.

2. indian government and political system renders confidence in FFIs as there is no immediate threat to their investments.

3. government policies are conducive for foreign participation in business through open door policy.

4. convertability of rupee has facilitated transactions and invetments. tax policies are favourable to FFIs.

5. when you take market as a whole, there is not much movement in productivity - at least not comparable to share prices. dividends are not in proportion to share values. it is surplus funds chasing limited scripts. simple formula of demand v/s supply is ruling capital market.

6. there is surely a bubble. it is not because of scam like in Harshad time but excessive investment by FFIs. if and when they decideto pull out due to greener pasture elsewhere, market will take a tuble.

7. under current scenerio, the bullish run is most likely to continue till 9000 mark.

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