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17 Nov, 7 tweets, 2 min read
1.Does this show chip shortage is in the rear view mirror? . You be the Judge .A few charts for reference. NASDAQ Auto Parts Index. Important to see how they reacted after the " Research report" of Morgan Stanley
2. Biggest Auto Mfr in US : GM
3. Biggest Auto Mfr in Europe : VW.
4.Biggest Auto Mfr in Japan : Toyota
5. Auto Index of Germany
6. NASDAQ Global Auto Index
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18 Nov
1. ALIBABA Aur CHAALIS taka ( 40 % ) or "Maunam Sammathi Lakshanam ": Today is going to be a watershed day in India's stock Market history for more ways than one.
2. At the Borders, China said "Open Sesame ", the gates opened & they got away by building a "Smart Village". In the Capital Markets too, China uttered "Open Sesame" & will get away with the money through a con game played on the "Dumb Village"
3. Sadly, the Services, did not stop the Building of the Village at the Borders & the Regulators here aided the looting of the Village on the Capital Markets,
reminding us of the saying : Maunam Sammathi Lakshanam ( Silence is indication of Acceptance)
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8 Nov
1. CRYPTOMANIA : Excerpts from the CH discussion on 7th Nov Sunday. Covered history, different facets & finally my opinion.@VohiCapital
2. Bitcoin started in 2008 as a counter to "Fiat" currencies. " No owner, No Authority, Owned by the Crowd ". Really took off in 2010 when the 'Occupy Wall Street" movement was in full swing
3. The spectacular rise has paralleled the "easy money" policies by the CBs. $ 100 invested in 2010 is worth $ 80 MILLION today. BITCOIN is getting scarcity premium since only 21 million coins can be mined in totality.
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2. SHANGHAI COMPOSITE :
3. CAC ( France )
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28 Oct
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2. 1994: MSGF : Planned 300 cr. Raised 1000 cr. Closed ended Fund; Grey Mkt Premium : 500%. Black Mkt for Application Forms. Some applied by Xeroxing the Original App. Forms😷. NAV always below par thro' the entire period of 15 years.😳Sensex dropped by 15 % in the next 4 months
3. 2006.: Rel. Petro : Rs. 8100 cr. Largest till then. Oversubscribed 51 times. Despite SEBI restrictions on P-Notes, the market was bullish till it got listed on 11th May 2006. Nifty fell 30 % over the subsequent 30 days.
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1.Everyone is disturbed by the plethora of Crypto ads which are on during the T-20 games. The Celebrities who are endorsing Cryptos seem blissfully unaware of the illegality of their actions. Time has come to remind them that they are not above the Law. @dugalira @kaul_vivek
2."All cyber activities or online gambling in India are regulated under the IT Act 2000. The Act prohibits online gambling activities & prescribes a punishment for persons indulging in such activities, would be fined Rs. 100,000 or would receive imprisonment of up to 5 years"
3.Why not implement the provisions of the Law on the Celebrities and show them the consequences of their actions since many naïve people may get trapped based on the message of the medium?. It is likely to have an immediate effect & the ads would stop. No?@RBI @SEBI_India
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21 Oct
1. NIFTY FIFTY : Excerpted from an article by Stewart Investors. There was a category called 'Nifty Fifty" in the US too in the 60's & 70's.
The Nifty Fifty was a group of 50 stocks identified by market commentators, although it was never an official benchmark index.
2.The companies shared similar characteristics: high quality franchises benefitting from surging economic growth and strong balance sheets. Delivering healthy profits and good returns for investors year after year, they came to trade on very high valuations.
3. It was said by many investors at the time that Nifty Fifty stocks should be bought and never sold. By the early 1970s they had become the darlings of many institutional investors and staples of their portfolios.
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