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Gaining returns from the market and India news

By Reutersindia Subscribe to RSS | January 6th 2012 | Views:

Fortune does not favor the brave only; it also favors the cautious, the wise, and the confident. This statement is precisely applicable for investors in the stock market. The more research oriented you are, the wiser, and the more confident while putting in money, maximum will be your returns. Wise decisions can be taken when you follow the right strategy. Right from staying updated with market news that matter to you to conducting enough research on rising and falling prices, using investing tools, the list of factors in your chosen strategy goes on. Irrespective of what figures are exhibited in the sensex index or the nifty index, your gains are for certain. Of course, in a volatile market, such as in the present, you cannot expect big returns; but yes, returns are for sure.

India news, in the true sense of the term, is incomplete without news related to nifty index and sensex index. The two indices are the heart and soul of the Indian market. Currently, in fact, for over a year now, the markets are not performing up to the expectations of the investors. Indian markets, as per post noon statistics of 20th December, hit new 52-week lows. While the sensex index fell to 15,149, the nifty index made a new low of 4,535. Many large cap stocks traded with deep cuts. It was the selling pressure that gained more momentum than buying. Visit any India news portal or watch India news television channels. It is more of news about the sensex and nifty indices that are broadcasted.

The downtrend witnessed has placed India as one of the worst performers in Asia. Market experts predict that the sensex index and the nifty index may go down further. The fast downtrend is all because of the misplaced priority of the Food Security Bill. It should not have been passed at a time when the country is in financial mess. As the markets closed, the sensex index fell 204.26 points to close at 15,175.08 and nifty index ended down 68.90 points at 4,544.20.

More India news are related to extension of Lokpal Bill to be tabled on Dec 27 winter session, gold price rise dampening physical demand, more trouble for Kingfisher Airlines over tax, Network 18 saying no stake sale deal done, and more. Visit a India news portal to read in detail all latest news including news on segments that are relevant to you.

Reutersindia - About Author:
Sourav Sharma is freelance market analyst and is writing reviews articles and gives you updates on NIFTY, nifty index and sensex index. And also gives you India news etc. Read more at

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