9Mar

Indian Stock Market and Share Market Tips And Tricks Which always Work

Indian Stock Market is that economic center of the country which regulates the flow of money and contributes in the financial growth. Many people use to invest in this huge capital market for the better returns. Also, there are many who lost their funds due to several reasons and leave this place. Therefore, it is not considered for a secure investment like other modes like mutual funds, SIP, long term fixed deposits and so on. Also, when any trader put their amount in it are advised to take risks and face the adverse losses.

If we look deep into this capital market we found that, like many other fields this one also can be handled with few tricks. There are few rules which always work to make a comparative secure decision and also to lower down the losses if the decision of any trade or purchase was wrong. If you are a long time player of this market then you might be using all or few tricks and if you are a beginner then these tips will help you in most difficult transactions.

Patience is the King – This is very important rule or trick, whatever you want to call it. Many people loose only because they are in a hurry to generate money. Here you have to wait for the right moment always. Also, during tough time only patience will save you to take right decisions and secure most of the amount. If you exit at wrong time then there is a possibility to loose a range of profit percent in future. So, have patience before any movement whether it is during entry level or the exit one.

Buy At Lower and Sell At Pricey – This is the simplest key to survive in the market for a long run. Taking risk is your decision and it never works always so, if you follow this rule then always have a secure side in the trading session. Sometimes one have to take decision not only to make profit but also for the safe journey, this rule works there and provide you with the basic amount and average profit to invest further in a more profit generating trade.

The Market is not Steady – The market is bound to fluctuate to continue the flow of money and grow further. If the change is not in your favor then it will change, if it is in your side then also it is not permanent. You have to gain that expertise to catch the timing without loosing hope and patience. Those who predicts the market are nor very fortunate people or magicians but they are skilled to read the market trends. And, last but not the least, they also fails to predict it right atleast once in their life.

Trust on Right – This market is also equipped with rumors and wrong predictors. Thus it is very important to choose the right one to trust upon. Always use your knowledge and technical sources before following someone. This doesn’t mean that you cannot trust anybody, but precaution is always better than cure is the right principal for this marketplace.

Profit and Loss Are the two sides of a Coin – While entering the market people only think about maximizing the profits but reducing the losses is equally important for a trader. There are few instruments like ‘stoploss’ through which any investor can save the amount from huge loss. Thus don’t run after single point but also look for other aspects of the investment.

Make a long term Stay Strategy – All the above points will help a trader to stay longer in the market and this is the right strategy to adopt. Take those decisions which help you in longer run, do not become greedy and put your amount in danger. Make timely decisions and also have patience to stay longer for maximum returns.

4Mar

Epic Union Budget 2015-16 Simplified – Laying The Foundation For Vibrant India

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KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF BUDGET 2015-16

 CAD to be below 1.3% of GDP, based on new growth calculator FY15 real GDP is expected to be 7.4%.
 Fiscal Deficit target for FY15-16 is 3.9% and to 3.5% and 3% in next two years respectively. Revenue deficit to be 2.8% of GDP
 CPI to reduce to 5.1% by year end, FOREX reserves increased to $340 billion.
 Introduction of Gold Monetization Scheme with fixed interest rate and redeemable in cash to curb imports.
 Corporate Tax rate to be reduced to 25% from current 30% in next four years, starting next year while withdrawing the subsidies.
 Abolishing of wealth tax with additional surcharge of 2% on super rich with annual income over 1 Cr.
 Hike in Service Tax from 12.36% to 14%, followed by hike in Excise Duty to 12.5% from 12%

Budget Estimates

 Planned Expenditure– 4,65,277 Cr; Non Planned Expenditure– 13,12,200 Cr
 Expenditure on defense for FY15-16: 2,46,727 Cr
 Gross total receipts estimated at 14,49,490 Cr
 Devolution to states estimated at 5,23,958 Cr
 Share of Central Government 9,19,842 Cr
 Non– Tax Revenues for next fiscal are estimated to be 2,21,733 Cr

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2Mar

Union Budget 2015-16 India Update : BAOA terms Budget disappointing for aviation sector

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A body of business jet operators Sunday termed as “disappointing” the general Budget and said India cannot become the third largest aviation market by 2020, which it is aiming for, unless issues plaguing the aviation sector were addressed in an appropriate manner. General aviation industry is particularly disappointed with the proposed Budget, President of Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA) Rohit Kapoor said in a statement.

“Prediction of India becoming the third largest Aviation industry by 2020 will only remain a dream if Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not address the woes of our sector, which cumulatively holds almost three times the fleet of all commercial airliners,” Kapoor said, adding that regional and remote connectivity cannot take off in India unless larger issues were addressed.

The sector has largely been ignored by the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his first full Budget, presented in the Parliament Yesterday, with most of the industry’s demand remain unmet. BAOA, in its pre-Budget expectations had sought a complete re-look in the tax regime on import of general and business aviation aircraft on the ground that existing policy includes a countervailing duty which is illogical as there civil aircraft is manufactured in India.

A uniform and lower duty on both non-scheduled operator permit and private category was needed to encourage import of more aircraft for enhancing regional connectivity, the Association had listed among other demands.

Operations remain unviable thanks to severe taxation, aviation infrastructure is pathetic, BAOA said adding that jet fuel costs were highest in the world and 90 percent of Indian aircraft were being maintained overseas due to high duties and costs.

2Mar

Union Budget 2015-16 India Update : GAAR to incorporate OECD initiative norms on tax avoidance

Government proposes to come out with a modified General Anti-Avoidance Rules by incorporating provisions of the OECD’s BEPS project so as to effectively deal with the problem of tax avoidance by MNCs.

The BEPS initiative aims to ensure that taxes are paid where profits are made. Multinational companies use a wide range of cross border tax planning techniques that result in little or tax liability and such results are referred to as ‘Base Erosion and Profit Shifting’. India has been at the forefront in raising the issues concerning tax avoidance and automatic exchange of information with a view to curbing tax evasion. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his Budget for 2015-16 on Saturday had postponed by two years to April 1, 2017 the implementation of the controversial GAAR. It said: “The report on various aspects of BEPS and recommendations regarding the measures to counter it are awaited.

It would, therefore, be proper that GAAR provisions are implemented as part of a comprehensive regime to deal with BEPS and aggressive tax avoidance.” The implementation of GAAR provisions has been reviewed and concerns have been expressed regarding certain aspects. Besides, the BEPS under the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is continuing and India is an active participant in the project.

The government had earlier proposed imposing the GAAR from April 1, 2015, for those claiming tax benefit of over Rs 3 crore. The rules are aimed at minimising tax avoidance for investments made by entities based in tax havens. Jaitley had said that general rules of avoidance have now been redefined globally. “Now the new rules of interpretation have been completely done away with this distinction of tax avoidance and tax evasion.

And it is that rule which will have to be applied,” Jaitley had said. The leaders of 20 developing and developed countries at their summit in Brisbane in November 2014 had endorsed the action plan to tackle BEPS, to make sure companies pay their fair share of tax. The G20 action plan on BEPS is expected to be finalised by 2015. The G20 countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and the European Union.

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