Stock Market Heading for Another Down Fall

After showing impressive couple of days of rally stock market is globally showing broad base weakness today. Yesterdays split finish in US markets resulted in lot of nervousness in Asian and European market.

Global markets are in firm downturn. Globally Banks are worst hit and most volatile sector followed by allied financial and investment sector. Due to reduced consumer spending white goods sector is also taking good hit with home builders and real estate developers.

Indian stock market also reacted to global cue and NSE ended down by 1% . Except Nifty Junior which raised by 1% all other sectors were in red. ICICI bank was again badly hit and closed down by 4.17%. Other major looser were Bharti airtel and DLF which both ended up shedding 3.75 and 3.07% respectively.

Major gainers were Tatasteel, HDFC and ITC but they also closed significantly lower than day?s highs. We recommend shorting banking stocks and manufacturing to benefit from tomorrows expected fall. It is advised to keep bets small as market is near support levels which may result in some degree of choppiness.
On global commodity front Gold has nearly recovered half of its 10% fall since last week and trading at $ 949.6 per ounce. We release a buy recommendation on Gold on Monday so our subscribers have gained 5% in two days!! Today we have recommended half sell to book partial profits. In our view gold will again touch its last week?s low or start another leg down creating golden opportunity for long-term investors to accumulate.

Silver is another big feather in our hat as we recommended buy at $ 17.11 and it?s currently trading at $ 18.40 per ounce a healthy gain of 7.5% in 2 days. Silver fell by 22% last week after making double top around $ 21.40 per ounce. According to our analysis silver has brilliant appreciation potential and one year target of $ 40 per ounce. Silver is heavily used industrial precious metal and slowly and steadily its gaining popularity as preferred jewelry metal due to very high price of Gold.

Investors which are not actively trading this is very good time to start investing in mutual funds. It is prudent to make equal combination of high yield fund and growth funds. It is preferred that investor be operating its own demat account and may use any linked broker to execute their own buy and sell decisions. We have came across the investors who try to trade Mutual Funds like stocks and end not making any profits as they shed out entry and exit load each time they switch.
Kalari Fundamentals Summer Intensive
(english follows) Intensivo de Kalari al estilo tradicional de Kerala  semana del 14 al 20 de agosto  Sumérgete en un entorno con el ritmo de entrenamiento tradicional seguido en el sur de la India. (las horas acumuladas aquí servirán de crédito para un TT futuro) La estructura de la formación es la de la formación tradicional:  3 días (práctica) – 1 día (prácticas de bajo impacto) – 2 días (práctica) – 1 día (prácticas de bajo impacto). Este ritmo es el ideal para que las personas puedan sostener y hacer crecer su práctica. Prácticas de bajo impacto: clínicas de ajuste, principios de movimiento, teoría, historia etc. – y recuperar 😉 Precio anticipado: 450 € para los nuevos estudiantes y 400 para estudiantes de training de 60 horas. QUE ES KALARI Kalarippayat fue una vez una forma de vida en Kerala, y todos los niños de 6-8 años de edad – sin distinción de sexo, casta o religión – se iniciaría a la práctica en el comienzo de la temporada anual de lluvias. A menudo referido como el “Tantra Yoga de las artes marciales”, Kalari no es simplemente un arte marcial y sanador sino una de las más antiguas formas de movimiento humano transmitido. Su secuenciación física feroz está profundamente conectada con nuestra conciencia evolutiva, el objetivo final es  equilibrar los aspectos masculinos y femeninos en un nivel psicofísico,siendo conscientes de lo   que las escrituras describen como “cuando el cuerpo se convierte en todos los ojos”. KAI HITZER: Kai descubrió Kalari a principios de 2004, en busca de un conjunto efectivo de ejercicios para ayudar a la recuperación de un síndrome de disco de deslizamiento. Inspirado POR la curación que sentía en su cuerpo, se embarcó en su primer viaje a la India, e inició sus estudios con el Gran Maestro Kalari Gurukkal CM Sherif de Kannur. Desde 2005 ha estado impartiendo talleres, clases y cursos de formación de profesores, sus lecciones se caracterizan por años de experiencia con las artes del movimiento y sus filosofías subyacentes. Kai Hitzer es uno de los pocos los instructores avanzados certificadas de la Academia Kalarippayat Kerala (KKA). Desde el año 2005, se encuentra con COLECTIVA SUTRA, en Hamburgo, norte de Alemania. Weeklong Kerala Style Intensive: August 14 to 20  Get immerse in a setting that mimics the traditional training rhythm followed in Southern India. (Hours clocked up here will be credit for a future TT) Traditional training split is 3 days (practice) – 1 day (low impact practices) – 2 days practice – 1 day (low impact practices). This rhythm is the ideal for people to be able to sustain and grow their practice. Low impact practices:  adjustment clinics, principles of movement, theory, history etc. – and recover 😉 Early bird price: 450€ for new students and 400 for the buyers of all TT. ABOUT KALARI Now a dying art preserved only by a few remaining masters but slowly rediscovered, Kalarippayat was once a way of life in Kerala, and every 6-8 year old child – regardless of sex, caste or religion – would be initiated to the practice at the beginning of the annual rainy season.  Often referred to as the “Tantra Yoga of Martial Arts”, Kalari is not simply a martial- and healing art, but one of the oldest forms of human movement transmitted and still alive today. Its fierce physical sequencing is deeply wired into our evolutionary consciousness, ultimately aiming at balancing our male and female aspects on a psychophysical level, its ultimate goal the realized state which the scriptures describe as “when the body becomes all eyes”. ABOUT KAI Kai found Kalari in early 2004, looking for an effective set of excercises to help recovery from a slip disc syndrom. inspired by the healing he felt in his body, he embarked on his first trip to India, starting his studies under Kalari Grandmaster Gurukkal CM Sherif of Kannur. He has been passing on the art and workshops, classes and teacher trainings ever since 2005, his lessons characterized by years of experience with movement arts and their underlying philosophies. Kai Hitzer is one of the the few certified Senior Instructors of the Kerala Kalarippayat Academy (KKA). Since 2005, he runs SUTRA COLLECTIVE, a studio with a clay floor dedicated to the art and located in Hamburg, Northern Germany. Facebook: Web: Video: