Monday, August 1, 2016

Grahanila(Planetary positions) as on 1st Aug 2016

As on 1st August 2016 Sun in Cancer, Rahu & Jupiter & Venus & Mercury in Leo, Saturn & Mars in Scorpio, Ketu in Aquarius and Moon in Gemini. Planetary transits in August: 17th Sun -> Leo, 11th Jupiter -> Virgo, 19th Mercury -> Virgo, and 25th Venus -> Virgo.
The planetary positions given above are at the time of Sunrise in India(Kerala) and Moon's conjunction effect on markets may be seen in countries (Asia / Europe / US) where trading take places at the time of conjunction(10° - 0°). When the angular difference between the Moon and the planet at Sunrise is more than 5 degrees and/or conjunction occurs in Rasis(constellations) other than the Sun's Rasi, there may be a delay up to 24 hours in the conjunction effect according to their positions {Note: expect only eighty percent accuracy in assumptions based on Moon's conjunction with Mars(-), Venus(-) and Jupiter(+) as some other astro factors may also influence the market}. As Moon conjuncts with Venus and Mars on 4th and 12th respectively Nifty may move downwards on 4th and 12th. Guru-Chandala Yoga (Jupiter & Rahu in same Rasi) which occurs normally once in Seven years is happening from 31st January to 11th August 2016 ( refer January 7, 2016 post) and it's unfavorable to market.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Invest in Sovereign Gold Bond

Investing in Sovereign Gold Bond(SGB) issued by RBI is a better option than investing in Gold ETF, as you need not pay ETF maintenance cost and gold insurance(this is being realised by selling GETF units and you won't know it). Unit price of first Indian Gold ETF ie. GoldBees on IPO(Rs.962/-) was equivalent to one gram 24 carat pure gold and it's value now is not enough to buy one gram 22 carat ornament gold. The issue price of SGB 4th tranche is fixed at Rs. 3119/- per gram. It is advisable to include gold also in your portfolio and it need not go more than 10-15 % of your total investments.

Friday, July 1, 2016

Grahanila(Planetary positions) as on 1st Jul 2016

As on 1st July 2016 Sun, Venus & Mercury in Gemini, Rahu & Jupiter in Leo, Mars in Libra, Saturn in Scorpio, Ketu in Aquarius and Moon in Aries. Planetary transits in July: 16th Sun -> Cancer, 7th Venus -> Cancer, 11th Mercury -> Cancer & Mars -> Scorpio, 27th Mercury -> Leo and 31st Venus -> Leo.
The planetary positions given above are at the time of Sunrise in India(Kerala) and Moon's conjunction effect on markets may be seen in countries (Asia / Europe / US) where trading take places at the time of conjunction(10° - 0°). When the angular difference between the Moon and the planet at Sunrise is more than 5 degrees and/or conjunction occurs in Rasis(constellations) other than the Sun's Rasi, there may be a delay up to 24 hours in the conjunction effect according to their positions {Note: expect only eighty percent accuracy in assumptions based on Moon's conjunction with Mars(-), Venus(-) and Jupiter(+) as some other astro factors may also influence the market}. As Moon conjuncts with Venus and Mars on 5th and 14th respectively Nifty may move downwards on 5th and on 14th/15th. Guru-Chandala Yoga (Jupiter & Rahu in same Rasi) which occurs normally once in Seven years is happening from 31st January to 11th August 2016 ( refer January 7, 2016 post) and it's unfavorable to market.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Friday, June 24, 2016

GURU-CHANDALA YOGA TOMORROW

Guru - Chandala Yoga (Jupiter - Rahu conjunction) ie. Ketu, Earth, Rahu and Jupiter in a straight line is taking place tomorrow, the Saturday,25th June 2016 at Leo(4:22:12°). World stock markets rattled today(Friday) on BREXIT. Today Nifty opened at 8029, moved down to 7927 (7936 is the centre of S2),moved up to 8101 and closed at 8089. Nifty intraday chart is given below.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Congratulations ISRO

Indian space research agency ISRO today successfully placed in orbit a record 20 satellites carried by its flagship rocket in a 26-minute flight from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. This is the maximum number of satellites that ISRO has been able to launch in a single mission, so far it has been 10. The rocket was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota.

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) carried India’s 725.5 kg Cartosat-2 series satellite, meant to map the cartographic information of the earth’s surface. The other 19 satellites include LAPAN-A3(Indonesia), BIROS (Germany), M3MSat (Canada), SkySat Gen2-1 (U.S.), GHGSat-D (Canada), 12 Dove Satellites (U.S.), Sathyabamasat (Sathyabama University, Chennai) and Swayam satellites (College of Engineering, Pune). ISRO has launched 57 satellites of foreign countries on 18 different PSLV missions.

ISRO, till today, has launched many space missions and almost all of what ISRO has achieved is by indigenous space launch technologies. The world denied India space technology, ISRO rose up to the challenge and delivered.

Indians are proud of what ISRO is doing and we wish them all the success in the future projects also.