How will be the Indian Stock Market in 2021?
By Astro Friend Chirag – Blessed Son of Astrologer Bejan Daruwalla
Ganesha says stock market is a very unstable, turbulent and uncertain thing to be predicted exactly and nobody likes to take risks in terms of money but astrology has tried to break the barriers and has succeed till certain extent and yet I have tried to make certain predictions about the stock market which may help you make wise decisions.
Jupiter is the most beneficial planet for finance and banking. Rahu indicates negative things in individual horoscope and is considered inaudible but while talking about financial market, it is considered greedy which helps stock market to go higher. As Jupiter and Rahu both are very fortunate for the stock market, its combination is considered very fortunate for the stock market. Jupiter will be in Capricorn and Rahu will be in Taurus and make a combination in February 2021. Months before this combination, the market crashes. This crash download is monotonous and always happens but as the combination takes place, the market starts booming gradually. This year this combination will take place in February 2021 and hence according to me, we can expect the rise in stock market and the beginning of the year will be auspicious for the investors.
As per my predictions, Nifty will be around 15000 in the next year and the share market will go as high as 52000 in 2021. Market will go high as 2021 will proceed further. The share market in the last two months of 2021 will be at the peak. I predict that Pharmacy sector and I.T sector will be best for three investments as per the planetary transitions.
Banking is not looking so strong to me in 2021.
For the long-term investments, I would suggest you to start from last days of January.
May Ganesha brings you good deals in the upcoming year and may you prosper from your decisions.
The graph of 2021 will go going high gradually as there would be no bad combination of Sun, Rahu and Ketu except for the first month of 2021.
But, 2022 is showing decline in the share market.