India Morning Report: Go pork on your investments said the offended unsaved friend..

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport: interior view
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport: interior view (Photo credit: Penn State Libraries Pictures Collection)

 

..not that the traders had any worthwhile savings. Both Savings and investments have been down for india inc in the last 4 years and the trend has not recovered despite India standing out as a n island of prosperity relative to the global carnage. However, the whole Dickensian/Edwardian or Premchand ridden spectre ripe for a Saki short is really just in the wind because of not Services Economy GDP being down on the bend disparaging India’s lead but DIIs or others who missed the bus in August are not the only ones aiting now. Most traders have been out of deployable cash including the first edition foreign brokers’ clients who were the original invested Capital at 5000 and 5300 level but nothing a normal profit taking and reinvestment cycle would not solve.

 

Those retail investors are not likely to come again as even if they did some profit taking it was not available in their accounts for reinvesting and that also holds for any infracos / construction companies and their promoters or mid cap promoters running their banking on margin economics and unable to plough back if any of their plays have recovered. Yet, any sign of a short is likely to get quashed, tha’s all will happen in this market probably over the next 3 months till a bout of finally too untenable 2013 projections will drop the bottom out of the correction around still likely 6200 levels.

 

Blight

 

However, close calling on the indices every minute not being required, is still probably 4-5 years to go as trends are big and easily discernible (to the naked eye) and investible additions to Mutual Funds and Insurance savings are unlikely to be anything but concurrent to that except for active tax nationalism guiding a few more investment rupees to the insurance cos who thankfully report more new business from SME and MSME /Prop businesses and salaried employees who realise the enormity of the nest egg requirement now in 2012 even compared to 2002 when a big rally and a 8-9% boom of annual real GDP growth had barely kept India in the hunt.

 

Valreson

 

The leather hunt we are now part of, definitely is a sign that we are precluded from all those portfolios that are banking on inspirational growth or a viable threat to China while policy agendas from the nineties will continue to have items unrequited till now and enabled by weak governments standing on a strong constitution and thankfully apolitically activating bureaucracy that is also able to handle and changing mandates from the people but which mandates have literally all been ridden to the borderline of it cannot matter in all possible ways with or without coalitions and third fronts.

 

saving and spending
saving and spending (Photo credit: 401(K) 2012)

 

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Save Money (Photo credit: 401(K) 2012)

 

 

 

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