Monsoon rain has delayed in India but it is expected to arrive around 15th June 2015. Companies already announced their dividends for the financial year 2014-2015. Therefore since the monsoon season is about to start, it is good time for investment in India as farmer will start cultivation in farms.
Cultivation will definitely require high demand of seeds, pesticides, fertilizers, thereby requiring the maximum amount of production. High production will need high investment. In addition to that the Bombay stock exchange had an unexpected fall which pulled down the share price of even good profit making companies. So its really nice to do investment in India… rest leave upon you guys.
I researched some data recently and found that energy and power related stock have made some handsome profit in first quarter. In addition to that dividend was awarded to the shareholders. This is all my internal research .. rest leaves upon you .
Indian monsoon season is approaching. Indian meteorological (weather) department announced the possibility of only 88% rainfall for the year 2015. With this being said, it will affect mostly on vegetables, fruits, cereal and grains. Since there will be less rainfall, the production of crops would be low and it will directly impact the supply of the food and agriculture.
At this stage, it is difficult to say that this prediction will most likely be true because it all depends on geological environment . However it is best to keep away froma food and beverages production companies is share market. Another reason most of companies, announced their dividend in May 2015 and next dividend will be around October. So its a tight situation in Indian stock market.
In this article we will see the ratio of initial investment in stock market for all types of investors, except An investor from rich family doesn’t need to really spent time on reading this article.
An average earning investor (employee) should aim for 500-5000 unit profit. For example 1000 shares of 20 rupees can be sold at 22 rupees to make profit of 2000 rupees as in mentioned ratio. Anything above and below at risk for initial investors. What I mean to say, an investor is looking at the profit of easy 100-200 unit, then it is waste of time. Because the time you spent on earning this tiny profit is too much and worth. And if an initial investor is looking for profit above 5000 unit, then he/she will need to invest mammoth amount, which would be too risky for initial investors.
Regular investor(businessman) can target for 50,000 to 5,00,000 unit profit. This is because, he/she is so already dwell in share market world, he/she can easily point of stop loss margin instantly. As compared to initial investor he would just wait for stock price to go up.
Heavy investor (managing directors) can target profit from 500,000 to 500,000 unit. Anything above that is too much risk and anything below such profit margin is not worth for the time for that particular investor.
hope this was helpful.