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Sensex zooms 290 points as banking, capital good shares rally

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Raj Chanani

Torrance, CA

#1 Aug 10, 2007
I would be wary of buying any more Indian equities at the present time frame as the aggragte capatilization of the Indian Stock Market has exceeded the M3 Money Supply.

India M3 Money Supply 35 Trillion Rupees
India Stock Market Capatilization 38 Trillion Rupees

Printing more money at an accelerated rate to prop up the market would be highly inflationary.
Money Manager

Torrance, CA

#2 Aug 10, 2007
Portfolio Mix One
40% Long
30% Short
30% Cash

Portfolio Mix Two
50% Long
40% Short
10% Cash
Money Supply

Redondo Beach, CA

#3 Jul 2, 2008
What do you feel is a the Fair Value of the BSE 30 at this present timeframe of 2005 to 2010.

In my openion, it should be between 9,000 to 11,000. Some factors affecting these forcasts are money supply, inflation and interest rates.

Printing more money can cause a farily sharp drop in the value of the currency as well as inflation.

Redondo Beach, CA

#4 Jul 2, 2008
95% of Human Beings are between 5' and 6' tall.

95% of Humans are between 100 lbs and 200 lbs.

95% of Humans have an IQ between 70 and 130.

95% of Human beings have a normal temprature range of 95 F to 100 F.

70% of Human beings globally are average financially.

If you claim to have an IQ of more than 130, then they will give you the hard test.

If you claim to have an IQ of less than 70, they will ask you to write your name in any language.
Questions Answers

Redondo Beach, CA

#5 Jul 11, 2008
Who are we as a people? We are Human.

I mean more specifically, Racially? South Asian, Deshi, Sarracian, Indian.

What are the major subgroups? Bengali in the East, Hindi in the West and Central, Tamil in the South, Urdu in the North.

What are the major cutoffs? The Hindu Kush to the Northwest, The Himalayas to the Northeast, The Chini Hills to the East, The Indian Ocean to the Southwest, The bay of Bengal to the Southeast.

How many are there on the planet? We estimate about 1.5 Billion Deshis.

How many are there in North America? We estimate about 5 Million people.

What do you find is our key goal in North America? We should build a megacity for nearly 1 Million South Asian people.

How will we do that? The Millions will build it for their benefit. Others can help them at a cost.

Why are we here in North America? Larger forces in nature have placed us here.

What is the goal of man? To evovle.

What is the price of the wheat? I don't know.
Exchange Rate Fair

Redondo Beach, CA

#6 Aug 16, 2008
England 250 Billion Pounds

India 100,000 Coror Rupees

England 1250 to 1500 Billion Pounds

India 2,500,000 to 3,000,000 Coror Rupees

Net Money Supply Change over 20 years
England 5x to 6x

India 25x to 30x

Money Supply acceleration over the last 20 years in India was 5x faster than Great Britian England.

1 Pound buys 25 Rupees in 1985
1 pound buys 80 rupees in 2005

Well obviously, inflation in both countries. Though the inflation rate in India is about 3x that of Great Britian over the last 20 years.

Please note that we can do a hundered year analysis only with good data.
Write off

Fontana, CA

#7 Sep 4, 2008
We had about 600,000 ruppees deposited in an Indian Bank account, UCO bank. We went ahead and withdrew the money and started to leave and were stopped at the airport. We were told by armed gunmen with uniforms that the money belongs to the people of India and that we should hand it over. We went ahead and did so and I am not sure what the value of the currency is now??

Can we exchange the money for gold? Yes, but you cannot take the gold with you is what we were told.

Let's write it off and wish them well.

This happened back in the late 80's...

Fontana, CA

#8 Sep 4, 2008
Maybe same problem in other nations.
Jagdish Raju

Mumbai, India

#9 Oct 10, 2008
Sensex may fall further upto even 9700 , going by the current domestic and global economic scenario, especially in terms of financial downturn. Those who have the staying power for upto two years should to collect in small numbers stocks like sterlite Ind , Rel Comm, Welspun Gujarat Stahl, Icici Bank,L&T , Power Grid , NTPC , DLF , HUL, ITC etc In small numbers from now on till sensex reaches 9700. Stay put for the next two years and you will reap rich rewards.

Fontana, CA

#10 Oct 28, 2008
Is there a war going on in India?

Is there a war going on in China?

Is there a war going on in America?

Is there a war going on in Middle East?

We have heard bits and pieces about a large scale deployment at the border areas....

Fontana, CA

#11 Oct 28, 2008
Is this information accurate about the Economy?
Money Talk

Fontana, CA

#12 Oct 28, 2008
You should check the Money Supply, Forex Reserves, Repo rate and read the weekly issue from the Central bank.

Why? Then you will make lots of money in the stock market.

Fontana, CA

#13 Nov 15, 2008
Congratulations to India. The recent trip to the moon is a big step for us all.

Fontana, CA

#14 Nov 15, 2008
There have always been rich people and poor people since the dawn of time...

It should not hinder us from acheiving larger goals. I think the saccha {process} needs slight adjustment where the poor people have food to eat, place to live and people around them.

I think at times what it is, is that Ashok has a bigger house than Vijay. Vijay has a better wife than Ajit. Ajit has more money than Raj. Raj is more centered than us all.

Norwalk, CA

#15 Nov 18, 2008
For the purpose of South Asia,

Jaat wise I am Marwardi

Desh wise I am Bengali

Bhasha wise I am Hindi

Kaam wise I am Kampooter Dookandar

For the purpose of North America,

Race wise I am Deshi

Nation wise I am Indian American

Language wise I am English Hindi

Work wise I am Technology Consultant

Norwalk, CA

#16 Nov 22, 2008
Raj: Harbans, What we doing?

Harbans: We are going to the China resturant?

Raj: No, we can't do that.

Harbans: Why not?

Raj: We (India) in the middle of war with China.

Harbans: How do you know?

Raj: It is over Akashi Chin, Tibet, Bhutan and Arnuchal Pradesh.

Harbans: We can go later then?

Raj: I am not sure about that. They only want their kind at those resutrants.

Harbans: Even in America?

Raj: Yes, otherwise they give me a lot of work to do.

Harbans: Such as the visa issue with that Oriental waitress.

Raj: Yes, Then I have to contact the leadership to resolve those issues.

Harbans: Ok, got you. Then let's go to the American resturant.

Raj: Yes, we can go to the American, Mexican, Indian resturants.

Harbans: I was wondering about that.

Ashok: China is doing well these days.

Raj: They have brainwashed him, let't take ashok to Tamil resturant to fix that.

Ashok: I think all countries doing well these days.

Harbans: Some of the people in all countries doing well these days.

Raj: All is as was 10,000 years ago.

Asif: What do you mean?

Harbans: Food, Drink, Sleep and the like.

Ashok: But the Internet, Phone, Computer, Television.

Asif: Yeah that is new.

Raj: It is to talk.

Harbans: That way we would meet in person.

Ashok: Yes.

Murali: Yes.



Norwalk, CA

#17 Dec 1, 2008
Travel to India, Asia. Enjoy your stay. Get gunned down. Who knows??
Power Transfer

Norwalk, CA

#18 Dec 15, 2008
Who power kisko diya?

Bangladesh ko merah bhai

Who loog kaa kahani soonah nahi gaya

Norwalk, CA

#19 Jan 7, 2009
India GDP (2000 to 2100)
Population 15% to 19%
Land 2% to 10%
Food Production 6% to 15%
Electricity 4% to 15%
Tech 4% to 15%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 5% to 15%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 10% to 25%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -1% to -15%(External, Trade Deficit)
Anticipated GDP 10% of world economy (4% to 19%)

Norwalk, CA

#20 Jan 7, 2009
China GDP (2000 to 2100)
Population 14% to 25%
Land 5% to 20%
Food Production 5% to 23%
Electricity 3% to 19%
Tech 5% to 22%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 3% to 17%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 18%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 5% to 25%(Euro, Dollar, Rupee, Yen, Taka)
Debt -1% to -10%(External, Trade Deficit)
Anticipated GDP 16% of world economy (5% to 24%)

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