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In general, liquidity favors the bull.

Kindly explain what do you mean by liquidity.
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Money, it's availability & cost.
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What book(s) do you think is latest and practical for beginners ?
For beginners what rank you would give for " The Intelligent Investor " in the order of reading ?
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What book(s) do you think is latest and practical for beginners ?
For beginners what rank you would give for " The Intelligent Investor " in the order of reading ?
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TII may not be a comfortable one for novice readers and I think reading a financial management book selectively (before giving TII a try) shall be useful.
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Bhai I am 100% ganwar in TA please tell me how to use above info while trading in options , daytrading or positional


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Can't say much about books Haven't read too many myself.

Haven't bothered much about macros (except the news & gut-feel type) as very little data/economic indicators in public domain here.
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Originally Posted by kkseal View Post
Can't say much about books Haven't read too many myself.

Haven't bothered much about macros (except the news & gut-feel type) as very little data/economic indicators in public domain here.


Sir, please mention some books regarding macros
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Most concise & not too difficult to understand

http://www.conference-board.org/data...try.cfm?cid=13

Don't personally like the inclusion of stk mkt index (as that's what we are trying to predict) but then there's Soros' "reflexivity'.
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Originally Posted by Sap_KM View Post
My understanding of Call money rates as an economic indicator

Call money-money lent by a financial institution to another one. Certain amount of interest is charged. A rising interest rate indicates increasing demand in call money, which in turn suggests that there is lack of money among the institutions (the reason why they want loans).

Lack of money among financial institutions indicates they have lowered capacities of investing into financial markets which leads to a bear market

Call money rates are available in RBI website.

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Based on what is written above, if one looks back at the call money rates back in the 2007-2008 period (just when the bear market started), he will find that the rates suddenly went high as compared to 2006-2007.

1.Where can I get that old data for verification?

2.Secondly, I checked the RBI website. The call money rates data is not latest..Requesting others to kindly post the proper link here so that one can get the latest call money rates

3. Is the RBI call money rate sufficient enough to study the situations? or Do I need to study call money rates by individual institutions? Where do I get all that data?

Or is RBI call money rate equal to call money rate of individual institutions?
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Originally Posted by Sap_KM View Post
My understanding of Call money rates as an economic indicator

Call money-money lent by a financial institution to another one. Certain amount of interest is charged. A rising interest rate indicates increasing demand in call money, which in turn suggests that there is lack of money among the institutions (the reason why they want loans).

Lack of money among financial institutions indicates they have lowered capacities of investing into financial markets which leads to a bear market

Call money rates are available in RBI website.

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Originally Posted by sarat_ch View Post
Based on what is written above, if one looks back at the call money rates back in the 2007-2008 period (just when the bear market started), he will find that the rates suddenly went high as compared to 2006-2007.

1.Where can I get that old data for verification?

2.Secondly, I checked the RBI website. The call money rates data is not latest..Requesting others to kindly post the proper link here so that one can get the latest call money rates

3. Is the RBI call money rate sufficient enough to study the situations? or Do I need to study call money rates by individual institutions? Where do I get all that data?

Or is RBI call money rate equal to call money rate of individual institutions?

Call money is short term lending (and borrowing) among banks and the same has to be squared on demand(of the lender). call money ranges from a single day to a fortnight but not more than that.
simply put, call money shows the extent of liquidity in a particular country.

The fall of 2006-07 was due to reversal of yen carry-trade and this was aggravated by the negative spiral of the sub-prime mortgage fiasco.
if you want to study the aforesaid fall then instead of searching Indian call rates, you should be studying then-Japanese liquidity position.
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