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Stock Marketplace and Unpleasant Investment in Nepal

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Stock market is 1 of the major monetary markets of the State and has it is immediate relationship with the State’s economic climate. Changes in the economic climate have a large impact on interest prices and inflation which affects the stock or bond markets. Thus, Stock marketplace is frequently observed as an indicator or the mirror of financial development and improvement of the Country.

So, what reflection does Nepalese Stock Marketplace has on State’s economy and improvement? It’s 468 NEPSE Index!

Does it truly show the worst economic situation and falling development of the State? The answer is “NO”

Thinking about Nepal Stock Marketplace as an economic indicator would be nothing but a blunder because the Nepalese Stock Marketplace graphs small on the function of need and supply or in the crawling improvement of the State but attracts more on the pooling and the matching of so known as large investors and other investing groups who are engaged in conducting malpractices.

Stock marketplace becoming a delicate fraction of economic climate and a State’s financial vertebral column yet can be effortlessly influenced by market thugs for their personal benefits. But, the most disappointing scene comes to view when the Authorities fails to act against them or wedge loop holes, but instead observes the stock market with an unconstructive eyesight and labels it as a gambling home. And the Central Financial institution adds a little much more by blindly imposing new clauses to demoralize investors and to sluggish down the marketplace tempo.

This unnatural and an uncommon market correction practice of NRB which has been noticed in previous many years with a frequent change more than marginal loan clauses and monitory policies specifically in the bullish period obviously signifies the pessimistic outlook of the Authorities in the direction of the Stock Marketplace. Furthermore, the clinging market retains by itself hard beneath the five hundred index for a number of months suffocating numerous small traders, whereas no accountable bodies have shown its keen curiosity for markets recompense even by providing short-term flexibility in the clauses or by providing some other possible ways to grant a relief.

Similarly, the weak conduite and irresponsibility of Nepal Stock Trade and Central Bank can be observe when it blindly ignores the correlation of the primary and the secondary market as it repeatedly grants permission to offer IPO’s even when the secondary marketplace struggles in its bearish age. If only IPO’s are proffered in a systematic and a scientific way comprehending the scenario of secondary market then sudden drop in stock’s graph can be minimized which is obligatory and a relief doer for each large and small investors.

Stock market is an undeniable component of State’s economic climate and its negligence can seriously hurt the State and the people. The best situation would perhaps be the Wall Street Crash of 1929-1932 in United States. This rapid decline in the stock markets severely affected business and investors and customers confidence. It also brought on banking institutions to lose money and this crash was undoubtedly a important factor that contributed to the length and severity of the Excellent Despair in USA. But, nonetheless following such a lengthy time of market crash Government and other responsible bodies are engaged in their internal conflict which is heartbreaking.

Although, the news of introducing Central depository method (CDS) and new brokers in current future has uplifted investor’s expectation with its promising output the story nonetheless seems to have a long wait around. Central depository method (CDS) is a much better way for stock management which will eventually substitute the current but traditional apply of keeping and shifting the share scrip bodily and a complete computerized based information entry method which will lastly reduce off the possibilities of scrip misplaced and lost or forged.

But, with the new customized there are new challenges as well. Government should work on creating awareness as this system is new and even though it will be an ease for young investors but can be advanced to these aged traders who are not familiar with computer method. So, the query arises if the Government and the stock marketplace can keep track of or deal with this CDS as it has been anticipated by the customers?

Furthermore, the trouble that little investors are dealing with from the stock brokers are expected to be minimized with the admission of new brokers which has though introduced a great relief for small traders but the State heading via its own inner clash it looks like little traders have to encounter some much more times of hopeless attitudes of cunning brokers.

We hope the long term authorities will assist in creating our Stock Exchange a much better and a secure investing place clearing the loop holes and using strong actions against malpractices giving stock marketplace an financial standard and not a Gambling House.

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Your Questions About Invest In Gold And Silver

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Joseph asks…

Is Gold Silver Bullion Something That Is Affordable?

I have been hearing about gold and silver bullion as a great thing to get into. I was wondering where can you find an affordable deal on buying these precious metals?

Justin answers:

It really depends on what are the ounces that you are looking into buying. Here is a site that talks about gold and silver bullion coins that you can check out:

http://goldsilverbullion.blogspot.com/

I think personally that investing in these metals could be a smart decision over paper money. I recommend also checking at your local antique store or coin shop for rare coins that have silver in them. I know the silver mix before1964 is about 90/10 and after 1964 it is about 70/30 of a mix. A one ounce gold coin is worth about $1100.00+ and rising so that could be a great investment down the road if gold continues to soar.

Daniel asks…

what are some online sites that are reputable to buy gold bullion or coins?

just need websites that are reputable to buy gold/silver bullion or collector coins. i’m just worried of coins or bullion being faked. how do i know its real gold or real coins?

Justin answers:

I know a website you can buy those. It’s reputable if you just want to buy or be involved in their business too. But they have a lot of resources on their site for you to figure out real ones from fake ones.
It’s very reputable and that’s where I buy my Silver coins (best time to invest in Silver). You can either buy one time or become a member and buy each time at a discount, whatever floats your boat 🙂

Good luck!

George asks…

What are good companies to invest in at the moment?

I am playing a stock market game for school. We shorted a gold and silver company which earned us a lot of money till the market started going up last week. We need a new company to invest in. PLEASE HELP ASAP!

Justin answers:

The stocks you want to focus on is consumer staples, consumer discretionary, and healthcare. These are DEFENSIVE stocks that will survive through good and bad times. Most of my positions are in these stocks. Some names include 3M, Procter & Gamble, Kimberly Clark, Exxon Mobil, Walmart, Costco. Everybody’s got to eat and wipe their butts regardless of the state of economy. Many of these companies survived through the Great Depression.

That’s the benefits. You can sleep at night knowing your money is doing well. There are NO guarantees that you won’t lose money. It’s just that these stocks are the best. They pay good dividends too.

Michael asks…

Where is the best place to buy silver and gold?

Also, what choice of gold and silver to buy? I would like to take possession and be able to spend it as money in the event the dollar collapses.

Justin answers:

The most practical way to invest in physical gold is in the form of coins such as the American Eagle or the Canadian Maple Leaf. These are as close to pure gold as you can get, and you can keep a considerable number of these in a safe deposit box. You should be able to buy them from a bank.

Steven asks…

Can the Canadian goverement confiscate silver and gold?

I’m 16 and working, I would like to invest all the money I make this summer in gold and silver. I recently did some research and found that the American government has the power to confiscate gold. I would like to know whether this is false, and also whether the Canadian government has the power to confiscate gold to.

Justin answers:

The American government can actually confiscate pretty much anything that you have. A lot of people don’t realize it but personal property rights are the weakest under American law in the free world such that all dictatorships copy US law verbatim in order to have totalitarian authority, mind you most dictatorships in the world were also established by the US military and hence their countries laws and government structure are patterned after the US.

It’s interesting that the tax haven countries except Switzerland and the Isle of Man, all copy their corporate laws from Canada, specifically Ontario provincial law in order to encourage a finance and banking industry.

Canada does have more protection for personal property though some property such as real estate can still be taken if it serves the public good, of course the owner is to be compensated at fair market rates.

Recently, Canada’s laws have been considered increasingly outdated in the new information age so there’s been a lot of emphasis on revamping it, particularly with respect to privacy rights.

Of course, gold and silver really isn’t an investment as intrinsically gold doesn’t earn a profit. Such commodities can be traded for extrinsic speculative value which is why they’ve gained over the last few decades and often serve as a hedge versus inflation or public policy but intrinsically they depreciate. You would be better off with a portfolio that’s 25% large cap blend and 75% investment grade bonds.

Charles asks…

I want to get current gold rates in Chennai or Mumbai live on my mobile by sms. How can I get it?

I wish to invest in gold at an optimum rate. But it is difficult to know the current market rate throughout the day and the rate keep fluctuating. How can I get it live on mobile by sms?

Justin answers:

Aadhil SMS for Live Market Rate of Gold Silver CrudeOil and More
on Your mobile
Call Me on Number 09895880754

Ken asks…

Where can i buy gold and silver? I want to buy coins, maple leafs, krugerranders, i need to save my money?

I want to buy gold coins. And Silver coins.

I need to save my money by investing in these raw materials. I need to buy maple leafs, krugerranders or kookaburra coins. Please guide me to the best sellers? I didnt find alot of trustworthy ones on the internet. But I need my gold!

Justin answers:

I’ve used California Numismatic Investments. Found them to be totally reliable with good prices. Here is the website:
www.golddealer.com. They also sell silver, platinum, and paladium ( not spelled correctly).

If you are interested in investing in gold without taking possession, you might also look at these sites:

www.everbank.com ( They sell a gold CD and a silver CD)

There is also a gold exchange traded fund you can purchase if you have a stock brokerage account. It is offered by Ishares, and the ticker is GLD. The silver exchange traded fund ticker is SLV. So, there are a lot of ways to invest in the metals, without trading futures contracts!

James asks…

What’s the best investment this and next year?

I’m considering investing in gold and/or silver. Is that a good investment in 2012/13?

Justin answers:

In the short term, the best investment you can
make is in yourself. Learn all you can about the
world of investing and you wouldn’t have to ask
if gold and silver is a good investment. They should
be only a small part of your portfolio of investments.
Check out this link about investing.
Http://www.ehow.com/topic_558_investing-for_beginners.html

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The Next 20 Years of Sustainable Investing

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The Next 20 Years of Sustainable Investing

Sustainable investing can no longer simply present itself as an alternative to traditional investment approaches that ignore environmental and social issues.
Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit

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Putting a price on retirement: How much money do you need?

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Working out how much money you will need for retirement isn’t easy. There are a number of factors that need to be taken into account, such as what age you retire and how long you live, what kind of lifestyle you want in your retirement, and your health. To work out how much money you will need in your retirement, consider the following factors.

Age of Retirement

The age you retire will have a huge effect on how much money you will need during your retirement. If you retire early, you will need more money so your retirement fund lasts longer. If you retire later, you usually wouldn’t need as much.

You also have to take into account how long you will live. This is the tricky part – no one has a crystal ball after all. Bear in mind women usually live longer than men, while people with no history of medical problems, who stay healthy and active will usually live a longer life. You can use the Suncorp superannuation calculator to find out how much you will need to retire.

Couple or Single?

The amount you need for retirement will depend on your partner status. Individuals have to cover all costs themselves, so they usually need more to be independent. Couples can share living costs, which means they don’t need to save quite as much individually.

Standard of Living

How you plan to live during your retirement will also have an effect on the amount you will need to save. If you plan on living modestly, then the amount you need will be lower. However, if you plan to travel, to keep a nice car, to attend a number of activities, and to maintain your current standard of living, you will need much more in your retirement fund.

Your Health

Depending on where you retire, you may have to take into account medical bills. An unfortunate side effect of aging is that your body can deteriorate. This may mean getting glasses, increased doctor visits, seeing a specialist, or even getting a hip or knee replacement. You will need to make sure your retirement fund can cover these eventualities, or the cost of private healthcare.

Retirement Location

Fancy retiring somewhere warm and exotic? Many retirees do. There are retirement communities all over the world, and some benefit from having a lower cost of living than the retiree’s home country. Choosing to retire in a foreign country can be a great way of stretching retirement funds, but be sure to take all aspects of relocating into account.

Putting a Price on it

Once you have taken all these considerations into account, you should be able to come up with a rough figure. The amount required for retirement will depend on your location, so check out government-run or other authoritative websites that can tell you how much you will need for retiring in your geographical location.

These sites will often have handy calculators to help you work out how much you will need, and they may give industry standards for how much you need. If you want to make the most of your retirement, be sure to make the right choice with your retirement fund. Compare your options today.

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Fiscal Cliff Scaring You? Terrified of Global Investing?

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Fiscal Cliff Scaring You? Terrified of Global Investing?

MA: Basic investing involves supply and demand. If you have a product that appeals to an increasingly affluent middle class, where can you find these people? Consider looking in developing markets. Mr. Evans points out “As societies continue to become
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Your Questions About Advantages And Disadvantages Of Investing In Savings Bonds

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Chris asks…

United States Savings Bond Questions?

It’s hard to find good answers to these questions :/
No need to answer all of them.

1. What is the minimum amount one can invest in EE Bonds?
2. What is the maximum amout per tear one can invest in EE Bonds?
3. Once a EE Bond matures, can the value of the bond continue to increase?
4. For an investor, what are 2 advantages in owning gov savings bonds?
5. For an investor, what are 2 disadvantages in owning gov savings bonds?
6. Do you own government bonds, and if so how and when did you acquire them?
DONT ANSWER NUMBER 1 AND 2
I ALREADY GOT THEM

Justin answers:

1. I believe $25
2. Not sure maybe $1,000
3. No
4. Savings, emergency cash
5. Poor interest rates
6. Use too, from employer, cashed in

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Chris Dixon Plans On Investing In More Bitcoin Startups, Says More …

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Chris Dixon Plans On Investing In More Bitcoin Startups, Says More …

An example of the type of companies that Dixon is interested in investing in when it comes to Bitcoin are the companies like “Pay For Bits,” who would like to be the PayPal of Bitcoin. Due to regulations alone, there's been a massive wall in
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