By Satish Gupta of http://astrostocktips.in
Today’s planetary position: Moon will be transiting in Leo, Lord Saturn & Venus in Libra. Jupiter & Ketu in Taurus. Sun, Rahu & Mercury in Scorpio. Mars & Pluto in Sagittarius, Uranus in Pisces. Neptune in Aquarius.
Rahu Kal Time: - 10:30 - 12:00
Every year, with commencement of new Samvat, astrologically, based on planetary position, some new sectors start out performing, while others remain laggard.
According to our experience of last more than 12 years, stocks of such sectors outperform resulting in exorbitant gains, irrespective of the behavior of Market.
Following sectors will be getting astrological support:
Financials: HDFC, LIC HOUSING, PFC, REC & IDFC etc
Textile: Century, Raymond, Arvind & Bombay Dyeing etc
Infrastructure: IRB Infra, JP Assiciates, IVRCL, NCC & HCC etc
Always be very cautious, when some main planets i.e. Rahu, Ketu, Jupiter & Lord Saturn are changing their houses. It may be that certain sectors which were continue sly getting support for long time may stop receiving support & stocks of those sectors starts coming down, resulting in losses. This is common reason, why most people loss money.
New Samvat have started from November 14, 2012. Whenever New Samvat starts, based on planetary position / conjunction & aspect among planets, some new sectors commence out performing & many sectors, which were in momentum during last Samvat start underperforming.
It has been observed many times that investors / traders (not knowing this fact) keep investing /trading in such sectors,( whose astrological support is over) ��" resulting in losses. It is suggested to consult your Financial Astrologer to know about the sectors.
One should trade only in the stocks of that sectors which are getting very strong astrologically support, since the chances of losing money in such stocks are very less.
Sectors which get strong astro support are not normally affected by downfall in the market.
Although we predict sectors, it is not necessary that all stocks with in same sector should move up same day.
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