Waiting for capitulation in commodity markets is the better route to profits, says Sonali Ranade. The commodity cycle has been in a downturn from May 2008 and has run through six years of a bear market. While that's not unusually long for commodities, the cycle is nearing its end and prices look attractive in a historical perspective. But it is it time to buy?I take look below at gold, silver, copper and crude. Broadly, the technical picture is mixed but the probability ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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In India, however, the Nifty continues to climb a wall of worry as general elections loom, fiscal deficit surges and the current account deficit is barely under control following subdued gold and crude prices, says Sonali Ranade. The world equity markets continue to exude cheer, reflecting modest growth in the global economy accompanied by fairly loose and benign monetary conditions. Shanghai is an exception as authorities grapple with the problem of excessive speculation in asset prices ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
It is too early to say if we have seen the "final" bottom to these stocks in August 2013 or if another attempt to test them will be made before or just after elections, says Sonali Ranade. The US, Europe and Japanese markets ended 2013 at or near all-time highs and have been working off the excesses in the first two weeks of the new year. All indications are that with the end of the current consolidation over the next, the uptrend may resume shortly. Barring Shanghai, there is nothing bearish ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Once the US dollar launches into its final bull leg from the 79 region towards 84, the appreciating currency should put a lot of pressure on commodities that will perhaps trigger the capitulation that the market needs in commodities liker gold, silver and WTI crude, says Sonali Ranade. We are into weakly-trending markets. Commodities are approaching the end of a multi-year long-drawn correction from the 2007-08 tops, and as is typical, we are seeing a great deal of short-term swings in trend ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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