Xplaned: Muhurta trading in the stock market tomorrow, know how much the market has given since last Diwali

Muhurat Trading SessionThe day of Diwali (Diwali 2021) is very special for the Indian stock market and its investors. Because Lakshmi is worshiped on Diwali, it is the wish of every investor in the market that not only does he get great returns on the stocks he has invested in the market, but his investment continues to grow at the rate of quadrupling day by day. The stock in which he is investing should prove to be a multibagger.

By the way, on the day of Deepawali, there is no business in the stock market during the day. The market closes. But in the evening after the completion of Lakshmi Puja in the market, Muhurat Trading is organized for one hour. On Thursday, on the auspicious occasion of Diwali, the stock markets will remain closed but in the evening there will be a Muhurta trading session for one hour. Samvat 2078 is starting from Diwali and it is considered very auspicious to do any new work or make new investments at the beginning of the new year. According to Hindu belief, investing in Muhurta trading in the stock market on this day is considered very auspicious. Therefore, every year on Diwali, the stock market opens for one hour, so that investors can buy and trade shares on Diwali.

When is Muhurta Trading

On the day of Diwali, on November 4, there will be a Muhurat trading session in the stock market between 6.15 pm and 7.15 pm. Samvat 2078 is the beginning of the new year. During this time, investment in the market brings happiness and prosperity.

Investors became rich in one year

This Diwali is equally special for the stock market and its investors. Samvat 2078 is starting on this Diwali, and the returns that the stock market has given between this Diwali from last Diwali is amazing. Sensex and Nifty have touched new heights after last Diwali. Sensex crossed the figure of 50,000 and 60,000 for the first time, then Nifty crossed the figure of 15,000 which is now trading close to 18,000. Last Diwali, Sensex was trading at 43,637 points and at 12,780 points. That is, from last Diwali to this Diwali, the Sensex has gained 38 percent and the Nifty has jumped more than 40 percent. That’s why this Diwali is a bumper Diwali for stock market investors because despite the second wave of Corona coming in the last one year, investors have got great returns. Mother Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, has been kind to investors. Whether it is an investor investing indirectly in the stock market or indirectly investing in mutual funds or ULIP plans of insurance companies, all have made tremendous profits in the last one year. So there are many stocks which have given returns of 100 to 500 percent to the investors.

Sensex predicted to touch one lakh

There has been a tremendous increase in the number of investors in the stock market in the last one year. Since the start of the Corona wave, many people started trading in the stock market while sitting at home. Young people are opening demat accounts to trade in the stock market. In February 2020, there used to be 4 crore Demat Accounts in the country, whose number has crossed 6 crores in the Corona period (Covid 19 Pandemic). Stock broking apps like Zerodha, Upstox have a big contribution in increasing the number of demat accounts. Retail investors have dominated the stock market in the last one year. According to an estimate, the participation of retail investors in the turnover of the market every day is close to 70 percent. As the number of retail investors is increasing, foreign investors are turning to India and the way domestic institutional investors are increasing investment, in such a situation, many experts are going to see the index of 1,00,000 in the next 5 years. (One lakh) are predicting to touch.

Investors need to be more careful

If the stock market is booming, then investors also need to be more careful while investing. Investing in the stock market should be done only after the advice of good experts. When the market is continuously going upwards, then only the shares of the giant companies should be bought in the market. Due to which even if there is a big fall in the market, the investors should not suffer a big loss. One should keep distance from Penny Stocks.

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