Stock Market

January 15, 2024

Where To Invest Your Hard Earned Money in 2024- Stocks, FDs, Gold, House???

As 2024 begins, investors need to carefully analyze which asset classes and themes have a good prospect of doing well in 2024 and make their allocation […]
June 9, 2023

Best Power Stocks for Long term Investment

Food and energy are two of the most important resources for the survival and growth of human beings. With the Ukraine war, the importance of these […]
September 10, 2013

India implodes as Corruption and Mis-governance form a lethal Cocktail

The Saga of Corruption And Misgovernance in India We have been massively bearish on the Indian stock markets for a long time now citing the huge […]
June 26, 2013

Has a Real Estate Crash in India started?

Real Estate crash in India Estate prices have kept moving upwards relentlessly even as other asset classes have languished. Corporate mis-governance and corruption has driven investors […]
May 16, 2013

Barring Social Media and Mobile Apps from Stock Market?

It is undoubtedly true that the mobile phones have taken a toll over the global economy development. The world is no more a big place and […]
April 4, 2013

Financing Opportunities for MSMEs in India

Micro Small and Medium Enterprise The Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) sector in India is quintessential to achieving the targeted growth rate of our nation. […]
March 26, 2013

All about CAN SLIM

CAN SLIM CAN SLIM is a seven lettered word also known as the seven-pronged mnemonic which is publicized by the American famous national daily titled Investor’s […]
March 25, 2013

India in 2020 – Really?

It is a known fact that India is currently ranked as the 10th largest economy in the world. There was much speculation since 2002 about the […]
March 18, 2013

Cost of Trading in Stock Exchange – Types & Trends

Cost Of Trading In India, capital markets have been playing a vital role in determining the fate of the economy and helping it to grow further. […]
March 7, 2013

8 Major Challenges in the Growth of the Indian Capital Market

Capital Market A capital market is a market for securities which can be either debt or equity, where business enterprises which includes companies and governments can raise long-term funds. In other words it is defined as […]
February 27, 2013

6 Major Problems that currently effect the Indian Financial Market

Problems of The Indian Financial Market The economy and the financial market are having a close relationship and are interdependent. With a change in the economic […]
February 26, 2013

How Stock Markets keep "Yo-Yoing" based on Economic News

Economic News Affect Stock Prices The government and some private organizations regularly issue statistics on the performance of the nation’s economy. These data releases can lead […]
February 8, 2013

Buy and Hold strategy Vs. Short Term in Investing

Rules of Investing “Higher the Risk, Higher the Return” This statement is not new to anyone investing in any of the financial instrument. Be it stock […]
January 31, 2013

How Retail Industry in the USA is Adapting to the "New Normal"

Financial Policy of Retail Sector of US Companies The deterioration in economic conditions that began in 2007 affected the business across all sectors; and the retail […]
January 18, 2013

2013 – Year of Equities

With the bullish stance continuing in the market, the year 2013 is expected to be the year for the equities as opposed to fixed income assets. […]
December 8, 2012

Decoding Foreign Investment inflows into India – Domestic Black Money in a "Foreign" Cloak ?

Foreign Institutional Investment Every day we come across the term foreign institutional investors. FII portrays the image of any giant hovering over the Indian equity market […]
November 26, 2012

Why Global PE firms are bullish on Corporate Lending in India

Corporate Lending in India KKR &Co. needs no introduction of its own. Its known to all as the leading private-equity (PE) giant and is famous worldwide […]
November 23, 2012

Stagflation in India – Fact or Fiction

Stagflation The Indian stock markets have been going up recently on some reluctant economic reforms done by the Government. Note most of these piecemeal changes have […]
October 31, 2012

Global Slowdown Stark Reality – Deluge of Job Cuts and Factory Closures by Dow, Du Pont, Kimberly Clark, UBS

Global Economy Slowdown Despite multiple rounds of monetary easing by the global central banks and zero interest rates, the global economy continues to slow down. Top […]
October 22, 2012

Treacherous Indian Stock Market – 40% of Listed Shares considered Dangerous by Exchanges

Greenworldinvestor has reiterated time and again that the Indian stock markets are heavily manipulated and the dice is loaded against the retail investor. The stock market […]
October 12, 2012

Indian Stock Market Casino on Steroids

The Indian Stock Market saw a Fat Finger trade which caused a massive 15% flash crash in India’s bench market stock index Nifty for a few […]
October 12, 2012

Read how Stock Markets, Copper, Cotton, Solar, Steel, Fired Western Miners all are pointing to an Ominous Chinese Hard Landing

China China has been hurting tremendously from a global slowdown with its powerful export industries choking under the weak demand. While we had predicted that China […]
September 22, 2012

India’s CCI to come to the aid of Real Estate Buyers from Oligopolistic Realtor Companies

Indian Real Estate India has for long lacked an agency to control the monopolistic and predatory practices of Indian companies. The old MTRP Act had become quite […]
September 10, 2012

Bull Market or Bear Market – Two Contradictory Views

Stock Market One of the most fascinating things about the stock markets is that there are as many views and opinions about the markets as the […]
September 4, 2012

Indian Industry Group Assocham wants to muzzle Independent Unbiased Research on its Members rather than Improve Corporate Governance and Reduce Corruption

India’s business houses are hardly the paragons of virtue as everyone knows. Many of the business houses are known to siphon money from the public companies […]
August 28, 2012

Is China setting itself for a Big Crash as PMI drops precariously Massive Industrial Oversupply

Chinese Economy China is one of the biggest mysteries for investors and economists with most data emanating from China rated suspect even by the Chinese leaders […]
July 26, 2012

Jobs in Investment Bank continue to Thousand Cuts, as Revenues Disappear

Investment Banks Jobs in Investment banks are being ruthlessly cut since the beginning of 2012, as the revenues and profits of these banks disappear. Increased regulation […]
July 6, 2012

Why investing in BRICs Debt is much more Profitable than Equity

Any BRICs investor can tell you intuitivity without performing extensive spreadsheet analysis that putting money into debt has proven to be more profitable than equity over […]
June 25, 2012

How to invest in Indian Mutual Funds – Don't Put a Ruppee ,50% underperform benchmark ,Many involved in Frauds

I have always said that investing in Indian mutual funds is a dumb idea given the lack of regulation , under performance, high fees and front […]
June 22, 2012

In an oversupplied solar cell market, BHEL to invest $500 million to build factory in Minister's Constituency

However India's biggest capital good equipment company BHEL owned by the government is plannning a $500 million investment to build a solar cell factory in at Sakoli which is part Union heavy industries minister Praful Patel's constituency Bhandara.Talk about how dumb you can get. BHEL hardly has too much expertise in the solar panel industry and with solar cells in massive oversupply,it is almost sure to lose money. However that is how things work with Indian government companies where investment is made at the whims of ministers rather than rationality and business sense.BHEL is currently trading at one of the lowest valuations in its 10 year history and its not a big wonder why. The company has benefited in the past as did other machinery and engineering companies from an infrastructure invesment boom. However those glory days are over for the company as it faces competition from the Chinese companies and decreasing orders flow. Praful Patel the minister has already spent a few years in the airline ministry presiding over the conversion of the state owned carrier Air India ino a basket case. Now its the turn of BHEL to be turned into a basket case as well.