For the Indian stock markets, Diwali represents the foremost auspicious time of the year. With festivities within the air, there’s additionally hope and aspiration for a lot of robust and more profitable year ahead. To confirm that this aspiration will become actual reality, Indian stock markets celebrate a time worthy tradition – the Muhurat trading.
Indian markets have witnessed a sideways long-term trend for a long time now. No one knows when a long-term bull market will start; but one thing is certain, its going to happen sometime or the other. In the current scenario, the market will signal the start of a long term bull market when it emphatically makes a new high and surges ahead (hopefully after the a decisive 2014 elections). Start of Bull Markets are a good time to hunt for long-term winners. But, when a new bull market starts, how do you ensure that you have a list of stocks that can be multi-baggers? Continue reading