“Intraday – Instant Gains…Position Calls – Bumper Gains”

ASR-MINTMONEYSo it happened Yesterday as well.  Once NF crossed our Laxman Rekha of 5077, it went to 5139 – our level mentioned in the morning was 5140 !!!! 

Now Look at Instant Gains in Intra-day:  I wrote yesterday morning that above 103  JINDAL COTEX  will shoot upto 109, 111 and could hit circuit too.  It’s a tribute to Technicals, it actually skyrocketed to 120-70. 

 See the precision in day trade.  TULIP went upto 962.50  –  our level was 963, it would have taken off brilliantly only had it crossed.

 Now see the Bumper gains in Position Calls.  I am writing since 1 week about bullishness in AIRLINE Stocks.  All had a rally.  My best pick was KINGFISHER Airlines: Recommended @ Rs.52 on 26th Nov / Thu to buy with a target of 74+ and even 100 too.  The lowest that it can slide to before the rallying was 49.  Mesmerisingly it touched a low of 49-50 in last weeks Dubai debacle only to rally upto 57-10 today.  So far in Just  4 sessions a gain of Rs.30000+ per each F&O Lot of  4250.  Anything else is called Bumper Gain ???

-In Last two sessions enjoyed rally  in DLF ,Unitech ,HDIL or not ?

 Yesterday  on website we have mentioned only 2 stocks.  But to our subscribers:

Manali Petro upperfreeze, CONCOR rallied from 1185 to 1220, Rel Media from 265 to 280 and many others.

 Our Levels pour money in your lap before you could even count.

Jim Rogers-I own the dollar.Will I own it in five years, ten years? I don't know.

Jim Rogers decries the growing uncertainty and recklessness of global central planners as the world enters unchartered financial markets:

  For the first time in recorded history, we have nearly every central bank printing money and trying to debase their currency. This has never happened before. How it’s going to work out, I don’t know. It just depends on which one goes down the most and first, and they take turns. When one says a currency is going down, the question is against what? because they are all trying to debase themselves. It’s a peculiar time in world history.

 
I own the dollar, not because I have any confidence in the dollar and not because it’s sound – it’s a terribly flawed currency – but I expect more currency turmoil, more financial turmoil. During periods like that, people, for whatever reason, flee to the U.S. dollar as a safe haven. It is not a safe haven, but it is perceived that way by some people. That’s why the dollar is going up. That’s why I own it. Will I own it in five years, ten years? I don’t know. 

It makes it extremely difficult for the investor looking for acceptable risk/reward, or the saver looking to protect their purchasing power; as in Rogers’ view, all options have their problems:

  

I own gold and silver and precious metals. I own all commodities, which is a better way to play as they debase currencies. I own more agriculture than just about anything else in real assets because of the reasons we discussed before. We were talking before about the risk-free or worry-free investment. Even gold: the Indian politicians are talking about coming down hard on gold, and India is the largest buyer of gold in the world. If Indian politicians do something — whether it’s foolish or not is irrelevant — if they do something, gold could go down a lot. So I own it. I’m not selling it. But everything has problems.

Visualizing The Global Rush To Build Skyscrapers


In the last two years, 39 skyscrapers taller than 300m have been constructed, with five of the them eclipsing the height of the Empire State Building.
Global skyscraper construction has increased a whopping 402% since 2000.

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China

Nearly every sizeable Chinese city has skyscrapers under construction, and the numbers are staggering. Since 2012, China has added 38 skyscrapers over 300m (~1,000 ft) in height, and there are another 16 skyscrapers on the way in 2018.
In particular, the Pearl River Delta megaregion, which is anchored by Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou, has seen an astonishing commercial construction boom. Today, 20 of the 100 tallest buildings on earth are located in just this one urban megaregion of China. Continue reading »