Managing post Budget market volatility efficiently & tips to be stress free and survive
The Indian market has had a great run in the first two months of 2012 and March promises to be an interesting month. With the UP state elections, the upcoming Union Budget and the subsequent monetary policy and economic review, the month will see its share of volatility. However, market watchers do not expect more than a 5 percent correction in current market levels.
How best can you make the budget work for you
Year 2012 has begun on very positive note for the Indian markets and the Indian investor after extremely volatile and testing times witnessed last year. The optimism currently witnessed is validated by the superlative performance of the Indian markets which has seen a commendable rise of 22% in a period of just six weeks from a fall of about 25% last year.
A comparative look at last year's Budget expectations and delivery versus what can the investor expect in 2012
It is that time of the year again.
Come February every year, all of us market watchers and investment analysts spend considerable time evaluating the Government's promises and performances regards to the previous year's Budget speech, auditing its implementation and success and formulating recommendations and expectations from what is sorely needed this year around.
reality checks and educated guesses on what the Union Budget
holds for 2012
The landscape setting for the Union Budget 2012 – 2013
couldn’t have been more significant in its timing. With
elevated levels of inflation and with the economy showing
signs of decreased momentum in growth, the Union Budget is
expected to set the tone for future stance on reforms, policy
and economic growth.