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Lesson Posted on 22/12/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training

Capital Markets (Trading): Why each one should know this!

Shweta

This is for all the learners who think of capital markets beyond 'shares','intra-day', 'fast money making','risk','mutual funds'..and so on. This is also for the low risk appetitte people who are away from the markets, but still are very much linked to it, let me help you know how? Ultimately,this... read more

This is for all the learners who think of capital markets beyond 'shares','intra-day', 'fast money making','risk','mutual funds'..and so on.

This is also for the low risk appetitte people who are away from the markets, but still are very much linked to it, let me help you know how?

Ultimately,this is for everyone who are keen to understand the finance jargons, thus for those, who want to invest their hard earned money with all the understanding!!Lets start with a very common term Investment.

We save money, we save it to be used for our goals,emergency and then retirement. But do we let our money lie idle in our homes as cash? We want out money too to work for us, hence we go for deposits, traditional FDs, Gold, Land or real-estate.

Meaning, we make our money work such that it grows with time. We are trying to cope up with "Inflation". Simply speaking, a toffee which costs Rs 5/- today would be costing Rs 20/- after 20 years.We are trying our 5 turns 20 after 20 years, compounding magic isnt it? And when few of us beleive, share market would help me cope inflation  in better way, there rises the simple yet very complex world of Capital Markets.

Similar to us who want to invest, there is a business class who wants money, capital to raise their business. They knock the door of "Exchange" to provide medium to raise capital. Thus, exchange in simple terms is the entity who exchanges the financial instrument for money. 

Listing on exchange is not a simple process, you need:

  • To build trust among investors,provide facts with better track record.
  • Pass the "Regulatory" tests, yes watchdogs exist so that no one runs away with your money.
  • Follow the protocols, rules and regulations of exchange.

With the great hustle , company initially enters into to "Primary" market through "IPO" - Initial PUblic Offering.

When we trade the shares for that matter on exchange, it is called "Secondary" market.

Thus, as a investor, you buy a potential "share" ie "A Equity" with the hopes of high returns.Company owes you and has to share their profits in form of "Bonus/Dividends". Technically you become the shareholder of that company. Next time you buy a single share, remember you "share" the ownership of the company, have voting rights and are liable to bare losses and enjoy profits!

Thus this is the huge world with lot many financial instruments.We have bonds,mutual funds,derivatives (altogether a different segment) and so on.

Welcome to the world which not only makes money but does it with discipline, smartness and with set of golden rules.

And to conclude, how do the people who dont invest are still investing indirectly? So you have a golden retirement source called PFs? If yes part of your PF money is invested here very very cautiously for you to get the guarateed returns!

Lets learn more, lets spread awareness! Happy learning!, till my next post. Please feel free to share the reviews, critics welcomed!

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Indian Debt Market

Gold Rock Internationals Pvt Ltd

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The financial market of a country develops only when there is growth in each and every segment. In India the equity market has performed quite well over a period of time, and on the other hand the debt market has also grown immensely but it faces problem of visibility lack of knowledge to investors.... read more

 

The financial market of a country develops only when there is growth in each and every segment. In India the equity market has performed quite well over a period of time, and on the other hand the debt market has also grown immensely but it faces problem of visibility lack of knowledge to investors. The Indian debt market is the 4th largest in Asia while Japan is the leader followed by China and South Korea. A well developed debt market can play an important role in supporting the economic and infrastructure development of a country. Its primary purpose is to provide long term financing for both government & private projects.

In the current scenario for investors who are looking for low risk investments can enter the debt market. Debt or the Fixed Income market is often overlooked by investors because it is less volatile than equity market and it is also difficult to understand and operate.

A bond is just like a loan where retail investors, mutual fund companies, financial institutions, banks invest in bonds issued by government and corporate companies to raise capital for their operations. They are considered safer than equities and other financial instruments. The investors are paid at interest at specified intervals at a fixed rate of interest which is known as coupon rate and at the end of term or maturity period the capital is also returned.

There are two types of bonds mainly: Corporate and Government bonds.

Corporate bonds are issued by private companies in the primary market and they pay a higher rate of interest in comparison to government bonds. In Indian we have companies such as L& T, Shriram Finance, Muthoot Finance issuing bonds. Corporate bonds also have issue convertible bonds which can be converted into an equity share after a certain period of time.

Government bonds are issued by the government entities to finance their activities and are also known as G-sec. Government bonds are considered a very low risk option. The government bond market size is much larger in comparison than the corporate market size in India.

The Indian debt market has been seeing a lot of funds flown in from internal sources like mutual funds, insurance companies, retail investors and external sources such as FII’s. Below is a table showing the investment pattern of different countries into the debt market.

Percentage wise investment into G-secs:

Country

Central Bank

Government subsidiaries

Banks

Insurance companies

FII

Others

China

-

-

77.1

5.4

-

17.5

Indonesia

4.5

-

33.7

17

32.5

12.3

Japan

18.6

8.5

33.4

22.9

8.3

8.3

South Korea

2.5

20.2

17.9

29

9.2

21.2

Malaysia

0.6

1.4

27.9

40.7

29.4

-

Thailand

6.7

1.2

11.9

50.2

17.4

12.6

India

16

-

38.2

26.6

1.4

16.3

  • Bonds with a higher credit rating always have the least risk of defaulting.
  • Bonds are a very good investment option for the people who are looking for a regular source income.
  • There is safety of your principal amount that you have invested
  • They provide interest rate higher than most banks
  • Bond market also faces certain risks such as credit risk which is if the issuing company defaults against payment and the other is the interest rate risk.
  • Interest rate risk and coupon interest of bonds have an inverse relationship. When one rises the other falls and vice versa.
  • Issuing of debts is also better for companies than taking loans from banks

The Indian bond market has witnessed a significant growth in the past few years. This is primarily because of its high liquidity nature. In addition, the increasing stability of the stock market has fuelled the growth of bonds. The mood is upbeat and Indian bonds have been able to get more business within a short span of time in recent years. Compared to China, the Indian bond market is stronger and is profitable as well. Most of the countries have the debt market dominated by the government sector. The bonds are also traded in the secondary market and India has very high turnover ratio compared to the other economies.

India needs to give more exposure to its corporate bond market since it is lagging behind the government bonds. Looking at the growth in the market cap the debt market is expected to cross $ 160 billion by 2018. It’s a very good time to look out for opportunities in debt investment due to falling interest rates and extreme volatility of the stock and commodities & currencies market.

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Today Is Demonetisation. What is Next?

Udaya Lakshmi

I am having an Industry experience of more than 25 years and worked in major MNCs in Top Management Levels.

Mr. Modi taught us the term "Demonetisation". I need not to write its meaning as most of us have learned its true meaning through practical experience. Impact of Demonetisation: 1. Dollar Rate conversion may go up due to demand for USD in the short run. 2. INR will be stronger currency than before... read more

Mr. Modi taught us the term "Demonetisation".

I need not to write its meaning as most of us have learned its true meaning through practical experience.

Impact of Demonetisation:

1. Dollar Rate conversion may go up due to demand for USD in the short run.

2. INR will be stronger currency than before in the long run.

3. Oil Payments in INR.

4. Inflation under control: Right product at right price.

5. Interest rates come down.

6. Bank Stocks will go up.

7. There will be correction in the stock market by at least 800 points.

8. Real Estate Rates will come down.

9. Time to challenge China as more money available for Industries to avail to upgrade their Technology for Automation.

10. Exports will increase.

11. Industrial output will increase.

12. Tax rates will come down.

13. Treasury will increase due to dividends from Banks.

14. India towards Cashless Economy.

What is Next?

I am anticipating the following measures immediately towards financial reforms:

1. Cash payment restriction to a certain limit say Rs. 5,000.

2. Digital Payments: A compulsory.

3. All School payments including Donations through Digital Payment.

4. All Real Estate transactions through Digital Payment.

5. Gold Purchases through Digital Payment.

6. Random IT Raids on Industrialists, Education Institutions, Hospitals, Politicians, Doctors, Film Community.

7. All Government Transactions through Digital mode.

8. More recruitment in Income Tax and Commercial Tax Departments.

9. Scrutiny of IT returns retrospective.

10. Ban on Political Funding.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 28/06/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training

Income Tax

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An assesses may get income from different sources, eg:- salaries-house property income-profits and gains of business or profession - capital gains income from other sources like interest on securities , lottery winnings, races etc. Income from each of these sources calculated first to find out the gross... read more
An assesses may get income from different sources, eg:- salaries-house property income-profits and gains of business or profession - capital gains income from other sources like interest on securities , lottery winnings, races etc.

Income from each of these sources calculated first to find out the gross total income, and then permissible deduction allowed arriving in total income according to sec 80 c to 80 u. Every person whose taxable income in the previous year exceeds the minimum taxable limit is liable to pay income tax during the current financial year at the rates applicable to the current financial year.
 
Assessment Year Sec 2(9): Assessment year means the period of 12 months commencing on the first day of April every year and ending on 31st march of the next year. The current assessment year is 2007 -008(1.4.2007 to 31.03.2008).
An Assessee is liable to pay tax on the income of the previous year during the next following assessment year. Eg: - during the Assessment year 2007-08 income earned during 2006-07 is taxed.
 
Previous Year Sec 3: Previous year means the financial year immediately preceding the assessment year. The previous year relevant to the Assessment year 2007-08 is 2006-07(1.4.06 to 31.03.07).ie the year in which income is earned is known as previous year.
 
Persons Sec 2(34):
 
1. Individual
2. Hindu undivided family
3. Company
4. Firm
5. Association of persons or body of individual
6. Local authority
7. Artificial juridical person

Assessee Sec 2(7): Assessee is a person, who has liability to pay tax or any other sum of money under Income Tax act of 1961, so the afore said persons include in the category of Assessee. Every Assessee whose taxable income in the previous year exceeds the minimum taxable limit is liable to pay income tax during the current financial year at the rates applicable to the current financial year.

General Exceptions To Thel Rule: Generally income earned in the previous year is taxed in the assessment year. But there are certain exceptions to the general rule. Ie the previous year and assignment year are same; the Assessee is liable to be assessed in the same year in which he earns the income in the following case,

1. Income from non resident shipping company
2. Income of person leaving India
3. Income of person likely to transfer assets to avoid tax
4. Income from discontinued business.

Gross Total Income:

It is the aggregate taxable income under the different heads of income such as income from salary, income from house property, income from profits or gains of business, capital gains and income from other sources. Ie total income computed in accordance with the provision of the act before making any deductions under Sec 80 C to 80 U
 
Total Income Sec 2(45): Total income is arrived after making various deductions from gross total income under section 80 C to 80 U. It is computed on the basis of residential status of an Assessee

Residential Status : Income tax is charged on total income earned by an Assessee during the previous year, but at the rate applicable to the assessment year. It shall be determined on the basis of the residential status of the Assessee. Sec.6 of the act divides the Assessee into 3 categories’
*Resident
*Non resident
*Not ordinary resident

There is basic and additional condition for determining the residential status of different assessee.

Basic condition:

1. If he has been India in that previous year for a period or periods amounting in all to 182 days or more
2.if he has been India for a period or periods amounting in all to 365 days or more, during the 4 years preceding the relevant previous year and has been in India for a period or periods amounting in all to 60 days or more in that previous year.

Additional conditions:

1.An individual who has been in India at least 2 out of 10 previous years preceding the relevant previous year.
2.The individual has been India for at least 730 days in all during the 7 previous year preceding the relevant previous year.

Resident And Ordinary Resident:

Persons who are resident in India is popularly known as ordinary resident. An individual, to become an ordinary resident in India in any previous year should also satisfy the two additional conditions along with basic conditions.

Not Ordinarily Resident Indivual - SEC.6 (6)

If an individual fulfills any one of the basic conditions (specified in the case of resident) but doesn’t satisfy both additional conditions, he becomes a ‘not ordinary resident’
 
Non Resident Individual:

As per section 2(30) of the income tax act, if an Assessee doesn’t fulfill any of the two basic conditions or tests will be treated as non resident Assessee during the relevant previous year.

Rate Of Income Tax Payable (Assessment Year 2008-09):

1. Normal rate of tax:

  • Up to Rs. 1,10,000 nil
  • Next Rs. 40,000 10%
  • Next Rs. 1,00,000 20%
  • Above Rs. 2,50,000 30%

2. For a woman below 65 years of age:

  • Up to Rs. 1,45,000 nil
  • Next Rs. 5000 10%
  • Next Rs. 1,00,000 20%
  • Above Rs. 2,50,000 30%

3. Senior citizens at the age of 65 year or more

  • Up to Rs. 1,95,000 nil
  • Next Rs. 55, 000 20%
  • Next Rs. 2, 50,000 30%

4. Surcharge: In the case of individual and HUF, there is no surcharge if income is less than 10lakhs. If it exceeds 10lakhs then surcharge is 10%. But, the surcharge is 2.5% in the case of company, firm. Local authorities etc.
 
5. Educational Cess: 3% on amount payable as Tax.
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Lesson Posted on 28/06/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training

5 Heads Of Income In Income Tax

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As per the Section 14 of the Income Tax Act of 1961, there can be several modes of income for an individual. The computation of income tax is an important part and has to be calculated according to the income of a person. For a hassle-free computation, the income has to be classified properly so that... read more

As per the Section 14 of the Income Tax Act of 1961, there can be several modes of income for an individual. The computation of income tax is an important part and has to be calculated according to the income of a person. For a hassle-free computation, the income has to be classified properly so that there is zero confusion regarding the same. The government has classified the sources of income under separate heads and then the income tax is computed accordingly. The provisions and rules are according to the details mentioned in the Income Tax Act.

The five main heads of income according to the above-mentioned Section 14 for the computation of the Income Tax in India:

  • Income from Salary.
  • Income from House Property.
  • Income from Profits and Gains of Business or Profession.
  • Income from Capital Gains.
  • Income from Other Sources.
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Lesson Posted on 28/06/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training

Objectives Of Accounting

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Accounting operates within a broad socio-economic environment, and so, the knowledge required of the accountant cannot be sharply compartmentalized. It is therefore, difficult to discuss one area without relating to other areas of knowledge. We place a great emphasis on the conceptual knowledge. The... read more

Accounting operates within a broad socio-economic environment, and so, the knowledge required of the accountant cannot be sharply compartmentalized. It is therefore, difficult to discuss one area without relating to other areas of knowledge. We place a great emphasis on the conceptual knowledge. The accountant should not only know but he should understand.

Objectives of Accounting:

The broad objects of Accounting may be briefly stated follows:
 
1.To maintain the cash accounts through the Cash Book and to find out the Cash balance on any particular day.
 
2.To maintain various other Journals for recording day-to –day non –cash transactions.
 
3.To maintain various Ledger Accounts to find out the exact amounts of incomes and expenses or gain and losses or receivables and payables.
 
4.To furnish information regarding Purchases and Sales, both Cash and Credit.
 
5.To find out the net profit or net loss or surplus or deficit for any particular period.
 
6.To find out the total capital on a particular date.
 
7.To find out the positions of assets on a particular date.
 
8.To find out the position of liabilities on a particular date.
 
9.To detect any defalcations and to check the frauds and misappropriations of money.
 
10.To detect the various errors and to rectify those through entries in the journal proper.
 
11.To confirm about the arithmetical accuracy of the books of accounts.
 
12.To help the management by supplying accounting ratios, reports and relevant data.
 
13.To calculate the cost of productions.
 
14.To help the management formulate policies for controlling cost, preparation of quotation for competitive supply etc.
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Answered on 26/06/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training

Kapil

Professional Stock Market Trader, Trainer

Yes it is safe, though not much helpful. Classroom coaching is the best in terms of doubt clarification and LIVE practice with coach
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Lesson Posted on 28/03/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training Financial Planning/Taxation

Finance training - Income tax, TDS etc

Sandeep Kumar S.

Currently working as an Assistant professor (Finance)- in RNB Global University Bikaner. Worked as...

Dear All, Its quite easy to obtain theoretical knowledge by study, lecture, discussion and other mediums. But the way, we really incorporate the same in actual pictures, is quite different. We have to obtian the scenario in current market practice. For that one has to get exposure in profeeeional manner. Here... read more

Dear All,

Its quite easy to obtain theoretical knowledge by study, lecture, discussion and other mediums. But the way, we really incorporate the same in actual pictures, is quite different. We have to obtian the scenario in current market practice. For that one has to get exposure in profeeeional manner.

Here the training modules in taxation field is drafted and incorporated, so as to achieve some drastic change not only in knowledge, but also in attitude and skill.

The training part includes- Theoretical summerised knowledge, computation and assessment part, Payment, challan generation, filing of return, tax planning, individual assessment, corporate assessment etc.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/03/2017 Functional Training/Finance Training Exam Coaching/ACCA Exam Coaching Tuition/BCom Tuition

IFRS 16 Leases Simplified

CA D.

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Lease Definition Lease is defined as a contract that conveys to the customer (‘lessee’) the right to use an asset for a stipulated period of time in exchange for consideration. Disclosure required All leases be reported in Balance sheet except ones with low value (eg: <$5000) or short... read more

Lease Definition

Lease is defined as a contract that conveys to the customer (‘lessee’) the right to use an asset for a stipulated period of time in exchange for consideration.

Disclosure required

All leases be reported in Balance sheet except ones with low value (eg: <$5000) or short term leases (eg: lease term

LESSEE side accounting and disclosure

  • Single accounting model for all leases (except low value and short term leases)
  • No segregation into operating leases and finance leases.
  • All leases to be reported as finance leases.
  • Recognise right of use assets and lease liabilities in Balance Sheet.
  • Right of use asset measured mostly using cost model* (in few cases exceptions exist).
  • Lease liability initially measured as PV of lease payments payable over lease term at a discount rate which can be either implicit in the lease agreement or can be lessee’s incremental borrowing rate.
  • Erstwhile Operating Lease expenses now to be charged to Depreciation and Interest.
  • Depreciation to be charged on Capitalised asset and Interest expense on lease liabilities.

LESSOR side accounting and disclosure

  • Classify leases as either operating or financing leases.
  • In case of finance lease all risks and rewards related to ownership of the underlying asset are transferred substantially to the lessee. Else a lease is classified as an operating lease.
  • On lease commencement, lessor recognises assets held under finance lease as a receivable at an amount equal to the net investment in the lease.
  • Finance income recognised over the lease term of a finance lease, based on a pattern reflecting a constant periodic rate of return on the net investment.
  • Operating lease payments recognised as income on straight-line basis (or another systematic basis.)

 Appendix

*Cost model ~ Cost less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment.

* Examples of situations that can normally lead to a lease being classified as a finance lease are:

  • ownership of asset is transferred to the lessee at the end of the lease term;
  • lease contains a bargain purchase option to buy equipment at less than fair market value;
  • lease term covers major part of the economic life of the asset;
  • at the inception of lease, present value of minimum lease payments equals substantially the fair value of leased asset.
  • leased assets are of a specialised nature such that only the lessee can use them without major modifications being made.
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Lesson Posted on 17/02/2017 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Fundamental Analysis +7 Financial Planning/Stock Market Investment/Technical Analysis Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Commodities Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Derivatives Trading Financial Planning/Stock Market Trading/Intraday Trading Functional Training/Finance Training Tuition/BCom Tuition Tuition/BCom Tuition/Stock and Commodity Markets less

How to be a Successful Trader in Stock Market and Commodity Market ?

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What does it takes successful Trader? Is it Possible to be a Successful Trader? What are the ways to be a successful trader in stock market? Well, many traders both experienced and novice players often find themselves asking these questions either to themselves or to others! If you’re one of them,... read more

What does it takes successful Trader? Is it Possible to be a Successful Trader? What are the ways to be a successful trader in stock market? Well, many traders both experienced and novice players often find themselves asking these questions either to themselves or to others! If you’re one of them, you haven’t understood trading till now! Read on to know why!

Successful Stock market trading and Stock market Investment

 

Successful trading requires peace of mind which comes from following few mandatory Psychological principles. It is one of the most profitable as well as a risky profession which calls for occasional mental agony, can lead to multiple failures and success. It is mandatory for a trader to be calm and confidence while trading. We can say its all mindset and trading edge that dictates Success! 

We can achieve the right mindset by following these factors: 

Implement Real Life Situation In Trading

Mostly, the worst decisions we take in our lives are the ones taken while we think extremes. In markets, it is quite similar. Overconfidence or lack of confidence leaves the trader in losses. The trader must understand the edge he or she has while trading and if the edge is not present they must not trade.

It is not mandatory to trade every day (even if you’re a Day trader). Traders must seek the edge, reap profit from the opportunity present in the market, and sit back for a while till the next opportunity arrives. This process will also help in avoiding losses and provides peace of mind.

"Success in trading and life comes from knowing your edge, pressing it when you have the opportunity and sitting back when that edge is no longer present. The worst decisions, in life and markets, come from extremes: overconfidence and a lack of confidence.”

Don’t be Addicted To Trading or Investing

Addiction to trading is a common mental issue seen in many traders and sometimes it goes to such an extent that professional help is needed. A trader can be called as addicted to his business when he becomes irresponsible to his health issues, family matters, financial responsibilities; all he wants and needs is to trade.

This causes heavy turmoil in family life as well as in the trading business because mostly this addiction comes from “making up for the losses” mentality, neglecting work-life balance etc.

Balancing between Trading, Life and Work

Maintain Trading-Life Balance

Social connection is mandatory to avoid a situation like trading addiction. It is necessary to maintain proper work-life balance. Work-life balance can be defined as a fine line between maintaining healthy personal life and professional career. With technology taking on personal relationship and space, traders are forming an emotional attachment with their business which in turn becomes an addiction.

Traders need to spend time for leisure activities and personal things. When there is no such work-life balance, the trader mostly losses the concentration and his or her productivity decreases over time which can result in losses.

“There are times when trading becomes a vehicle for destroying mind and soul. An addiction occurs when an activity provides a strong source of stimulation that, over time, leads to psychological and sometimes physical dependence.”

Consider Trading as a Performance activity

To be successful in trading business, a trader must be a performer like a chess player. He should focus more on his practice than actual performance; better performance will come from proper practice and determination. Trader must spend time in analyzing historic Price action of the stocks; fundamental analysis has to be carried on to know the intrinsic value that is the right price of the share. The trader should also spend time on practicing the strategies and analyzing them before implementing them directly into trades.

Practice and Performance is necessary to succeed

The trader must also realize where he is going wrong and how to change his strategies or the process of trading. Learning new strategies is always helpful, continuous knowledge about the markets are mandatory for successful trading. The trader must accept changes to become a successful trader. He should interact with other traders, professionals, analysts to gain knowledge which in turn will help him in trading.

"High ratio of time spent in practice/rehearsal relative to actual performance”  

Like any other sport or performance activity, trading must be done with discipline. The trader must have a proper schedule for every activity like weekly analysis of the fundamentals, tracing changes over a week or month in shares he has invested etc. Discipline along with practice is the key to better performance as a trader. 

Follow these guidelines, to be a successful trader or Investor in stock market and Commodity market. If you like the article, Please kindly share it with your friends - "Knowledge is worth spreading "

Source: www.tradingcoach.co.in                           

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