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I managed to open a trading account with SBI, set up my bank account to wire money in and out (which hopefully means I'm not Japanese illiterate), and now that I attempt to actually make a trade I am at a loss as to how to actually use the thing. Most of the top level links (the blue ones that stand out the most) pointing to ads, having to peck around for five whole minutes to find the actual page to enter a trade and once there a bunch of acronyms thrown out without any explanation. Also, no way of confirming how much a transaction is expected to cost, including fees, before committing? Last part of the form asks for my transaction password before allowing me to confirm. Are all Japanese brokers this bad? Is this a ploy to confuse people enough that they capitulate and use their consulting services for extra fees? I have bank accounts here and know the local finance industry is, shall we say, technologically challenged, but this is something I was not expecting.
How The Government Can Get 400,000 cr. to fight the Covid Slowdown
It’s obvious now that the lockdown will hurt India’s economy. And just as other countries are doing, we’ll need big stimulus to start pushing it back into gear. There’s a number of things that this process will involve: Old businesses can take time to come back to life. Because workers would have migrated, supply chains disrupted etc. They will need help to survive through a time when their factories or offices are shut, and to have paid intermediate salaries or rent. New businesses will have to be encouraged. Just as some businesses will need help, some of those will die. And those businesses will have to be replaced by others who are new and just getting in. Think of the barber shop that’s shut because it couldn’t pay rent for two months, but then people in the area will still need haircuts. Giving people and small businesses money directly into their accounts will probably become a necessity, to encourage people to spend or to pay for some of the damage caused due to the lockdown. The government will have to kickstart spending in a very large way – from better healthcare, to more infrastructure (to provide job) or simply to allow for the economy to rise again. This costs a ton of money. A rough estimate would be, say, Rs. 400,000 cr. The government doesn’t have this kind of money right now, and raising it by selling assets or issuing debt is enormously difficult. Because the debt it has is already quite large, though not as much compared to the western governments nowadays. However, it doesn’t need to take more debt. There’s money the government rightfully owns which sits idle in a very specific place. Here’s how it can get Rs. 400,000 cr. now. This kind of money doesn’t grow on trees, so what nonsense is this, Deepak? (I can hear you think) But bear with me, because I’ve thought this through. The money may not grow on trees, but there’s one big mega uncle who prints it, and generates a large amount of profit. It’s called the RBI. We have written earlier that the RBI has way too much money sitting in its balance sheet that it shouldn’t have. These are called “reserves” (very different from forex reserves). Read: The RBI is hoarding too much capital. Essentially, these are very large numbers of retained earnings, that has gone up even more now with this crisis. The extra earnings can be given back to the government, which can then spend it. Now, RBI makes a lot of money from multiple sources: It has nearly 10 lakh crore worth of government bonds, which, at 6.5% will give it roughly 65,000 cr. in interest per year. It also has, now, 35 lakh crores of Forex assets, (lets not call them “reserves” yet) , up over 6 lakh crores in the year. Yes, the RBI has bought a truckload of dollars this year. The forex reserves earned them over 74,000 cr. last year, and we expect this year to be a little more – probably 90,000 cr. all things considered. That is an income of 155,000 cr. already. Apart from this there is a big other benefit. Now the RBI owns all these dollars – it bought them when the rupee was lower (on average, probably Rs. 55 or so). When the dollar depreciates, to balance the accounts, the difference is placed in a Currency and Gold Revaluation Account (CGRA). The CGRA already had over Rs. 6 lakh crores last year. This year, considering the RBI has 450 billion dollars in foreign assets, that will add Rs. 4-5 per dollar as revaluation profit – around Rs. 200,000 cr. more in the CGRA. Due to accounting changes, and due to sales of dollars (around $30 billion in the full year) we should see around Rs. 60,000 cr. as a realized capital gain this year with the RBI. For details, here’s a good Ananth Narayan article, but note that I simply do not agree that such a profit is not a real profit – it’s as real as any rupee printed. The RBI doesn’t spend much: 7,000 cr. on employees, 5000 cr. on printing currency and this time, probably 10,000 cr. on payment of interest. What are you saying Deepak? All these big numbers…. Okay, ignore the nitty gritties. Simply put, RBI has a potential profit, this year, of around Rs. 200,000 cr. This is money it can remit straight to the government this year. Doesn’t it do that always? Well, no. The RBI is not very happy to be paying the government anything, to be honest. They keep building random “buffers” to avoid having to pay the government. See what all they have: Contingency fund: 200,000 cr. Why? We have no idea. The RBI never participates in any contingency whatsoever; all bank rescues are funded by the government or the PSUs or such. The RBI doesn’t even like to buy anything that isn’t government bonds, so they never take any balance sheet risk. There is no need for a contingency reserve at the RBI. And that too, 200,000 cr. – that’s more than 30% of India’s fiscal deficit! Come on. You might keep a little bit here, but to hoard such a large number here is unnecessary. Currency revaluation account: Now, over 800,000 cr. This is basically reflecting the fact that RBI bought dollars at Rs. 55 or gold at Rs. 1600 per gram and now the dollar is at 75, and gold is at 3800. This is huge. They keep adding to this fund every year, needlessly – a change in accounting procedure may help remove it. Asset Development Fund: Rs. 23,000 cr. Again, why? All major things owned by the RBI are now, by decree, transferred to the government. Examples: SBI, NABARD, NHB. Why should the RBI keep a reserve for this, especially when they have collectively spend less than 5000 cr. in the last five years from such a fund? What’s the point? Other stuff: Rs. 200,000 cr. This contains items like unrealized gains on Government bonds and foreign bonds Again, this should be a profit but is not recorded as one just so that they can avoid having to pay the government. (One simple way to record it is to sell all the bonds and buy them back instantly, converting all the unrealized gains to realised profit) In total, the RBI has a Rs. 13.5 lakh crores of extra profit (retained earnings of sorts) on its balance sheet. Every year, it generates a large profit and just keeps a good portion in each of these sub clauses, and avoids paying the government. In a partial correction, last year, they discovered that the excess on the balance sheet was too large, and paid out Rs. 1.76 lakh crores as dividend, but it still leaves a huge amount of room for more. You said Rs. 400,000 cr…. Yes, I’m coming to that. The RBI’s balance sheet is Rs. 47 lakh crores. The “equity” stuff on the balance sheet, which includes the “extra” stuff we talked about – is more than 13 lakh crores. That’s like 27% of their balance sheet. According to the recent Bimal Jalan committee report, the RBI should have a total buffer of about 21% – around 9.8 lakh crores. Given that they have more than 13.5 lakh crores – roughly 400,000 cr. can be given back to the government as dividend. But what will they sell to give dividends? Oh they don’t have to sell anything. The RBI has an account for the government. (It’s the govt’s banker). So you transfer from one account (the retained earnings) to another. That’s all. ￼Well, what happens when the government spends the money? It goes to a bank account with some bank. So that banks account with the RBI will swell up and the government’s will reduce. The RBI balance sheet doesn’t change – only the constituents do. Wait. Why all this now? Let’s get serious. This is a massive economic blow for the country. We will easily lose over 4% of GDP just to the lack of activity for a month. This has to be made up by massive government spending. That spending has to be financed. Already, the highest expenditure of the govt is interest payments. (Over 5 lakh crores in interest. The next highest entry, defence spending, is 40% lower!) The government may still need to borrow but why should it borrow when the RBI, which is owned by the government, has all the bloat sitting inside it? That’s like saying I have a lot of fixed deposits but let me go borrow money instead to pay for my urgent medical bills, even though I’m reeling under interest payments. The country needs help. We need to relax the ridiculously huge buffers maintained by the RBI in order for the government to spend. The RBI could pay a lot more – but this year, a 400,000 cr. payment looks very achievable without stepping on some toes. I’m not even asking for the government to eat into RBI’s already created massive reserves. Just that they take what profit would have been generated in this one year, instead of allowing RBI to bloat what is already much larger retained profits than required. Remember, most central banks have much lower retained equity as a percentage of their balance sheet. RBI is at 23% currently. Brazil is at 1%, Russia at 13%, South Africa at 1% and the closest perhaps is Germany at 13%. India’s RBI has simply way too much in terms of retained earnings and buffers. In the times of a crisis, you have to use buffers. This is a crisis. This is what a buffer was meant for. I know that a vast crowd will cry tears about how this undermines the independence of the RBI or some such random spiel, but this is not a time to listen to them. It’s time for us to place money in the hands of those that will shoulder the burden, and to not let it lie in forever-unused buffers like within the RBI. Note: What about inflation, you might ask. There will be no inflation by this; none of the above will cause balance sheet expansion of the RBI. And btw, the whole world is inflating and doing so heavily. And they’re all going to support their own countries with specific packages. In that context, there is very little likelihood of any inflation – in fact we’ll have to fight deflation in a slowdown. https://www.capitalmind.in/2020/04/how-the-government-can-get-400000-cr-to-fight-the-covid-slowdown/
Crypto is a series of bubbles. And the gigantic one is yet to come.
Anyone with a little perspective will have noticed that crypto is a series of bubbles. Bitcoin bubbles in its firsts years of life were pretty small and fueled basically by nerds, weirdos and lurkers of the internet. Those days the daily volume wasn't even half a million (today: $5,000,000,000). We were only a handful of freaks buying and selling Bitcoin but that wasn't an obstacle for Bitcoin to form bubbles. As Bitcoin reached greater audiences the price increased, reached a new stratum and keep on forming new bubbles. Back to these days. In the bubble we've just seen last December were involved not only a few freaks but also a slice of the mainstream, a small slice. This bubble was fueled basically by millenials, young people, I'm going to take a wild guess here but I'd say the 80% of owners of cryptocurrencies are under 35. In December cryptocurrencies were already easily accesible and easy to buy (hence the spike), but it was actually not so easy for non-millenials and older people. Despite this, exchanges were overwhelmed by massive hordes of new clients, crypto-related subreddits exploded, crypto debates in tv, crypto everywhere, everybody went crazy... and that's what happens when you set foot on mainstream. I want you to focus on the spike that happened in the last November-December fueled by millenials. Some people say that after this correction that we're suffering there's no money left in the world to be put in crypto markets. But they're wrong, and if they get rid of their holdings they're going to miss out the biggest increase in price ever seen in crypto, and we would have to see suicide posts again but not because of a crash, but because of people who missed out and threw away the chance of their life. There's another stage ahead and we're heading to it. The next stage is where institutional money jump on board and renowned investors as well as innovative banks will lead the way. Reputable investment funds will incorporate crypto to their portfolio, spreading the trend to another investsment funds. Banks will start offering crypto related products and crypto investment advice to their clients, just as they're doing now with stocks, forex or pension plans. Exchanges will start to become more professionally managed. More bank-friendly. Institution-friendly. SBI virtual currencies is evidence of this. Even the feared regulations will play in our favor, cleaning up uncertainty and setting crystal clear rules. All these points combined are the flood gates. This is going to get really huge guys. 20 trillion market cap, as someone predicted, is not crazy at all, and remember these wise words: Once the flood gates are opened… all hell will break loose. Which basically means, another crypto bubble is yet to come fueled by the whole financial system. You've been warned on June 2018.
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SEC declaration of its legal status (investor certainty signal) retail and institutional speculative drive
Production deployment of XRapid (institutional utility drive) (banks, remittance providers, payment apps like alipay,.etc.)
Announcement by central banks of backing of stable coin on XRP ledger (FOMO by entire planet)
XRP ETF (institutional speculative)
XRP used by SBI Holdings for FOREX settlement (institutional utility)
Announcement by major institution (Fidelity, Black rock, etc.) of institutional Custodianship for digital assets (including XRP) (institutional and retail speculative)
CODIUS deployment commits on Github rising exponentially when developers realize the coding is agnostic, settlement time and transaction fees are virtually nonexistent (development utility for institutional and retail use cases)
Ripple announces production level product for derivatives trading and settlement using CODIUS smart contracts and XRP ledger (institutional utility)
BTC bull run with trickle down crypto economics
Use by the Arabian Peninsula for oil contract settlements
Any single one is equivalent to trillion dollar markets at full utility. I think Ripple is working on ALL of these! People, step back and stop looking at bullshit manipulated crypto charts, the stars are aligning. Buy as much as you possibly can, sell blood. Get ready and start worrying about how you're going to hide all your money.
It's official, the crypro market is still extremely immature and speculation-driven, and most investors are still completely unaware of the real-world utiliy Ripple has in the pipe for XRP. When bitconnect went up 100% yesterday and XRP is now under $.40, it is clear that the average Joe investor is simply throwing darts at a computer screen and or is chasing crypro-news reports like a dog chases a frisbee and has not yet discovered or researched big-daddy-XRP. And frankly, I'm fine with that; I actually prefer it that way. If the market blesses us with an opportunity to accumulate more XRP for less, before XRP's mighty hammer of utility drops, so be it. It'll be quite the awakening to many though, when the first bank starts using XRapid end of this year and dozens in 2019. And when SBI VC starts utilizing XRP to run their forex trading, pumping the volume, as well many of their consortium of 61 banks eventually running XRapid, many still won't even have a clue what's going on. When XRP overtakes BTC by market cap in 2019, off of sheer utility alone, your average investor will probably be blind-sided and still thinking XLM is "direct competition" to XRP. When a majority of the market is still focused on coinbase, who makes up only about 12% of the world's BTC exchange volume, and getting excited over them debating about possibly, maybe, hypothetically, adding some digital assets in the future, you know the market is still extremely uneducated to the potential of the XRP, that's real utility is right around the corner. And when you see news articles about BTC needing to go to $200k to perform the duty of word-currency, when we've all witnessed first-hand how BTC litterally becomes unusable as a currency at $20k, you know a majority of the market is still completely in the dark and has no idea that XRP is poised to be the digital bridge-asset to the world. But for the XRP holder, we're an informed lot, we've done our own research and have looked beyond the FUD. All the constant weekly, even daily good news for Ripple and XRP is just common knowledge and is another day in the life of an XRP investor. We know that big-daddy-Ripple is chugging away behind the scenes, like the little engine that could, building liquidity, adding XRP on exchanges as primary asset and base currency, getting ready to bring XRapid prime-time and making those sweet, sweet partnerships that will ultimately result in the increased utility of XRP. Let a majority of retail crypro investors put their hope and money in an asset that is litterally non-functional as designed, is controlled by China, and uses more power to secure the network than Greenland, smart money has done the research and knows which asset will be the ultimate champion. If the rest of the market fails to do their research and misses the boat, due to being distracted with chasing superficial pumps or buying into purposeful FUD, all it means it a chance for us, knowledgeable investors to accumulate more XRP for less as finances allow, while we wait for the real-world utility of XRP hit the fan. It might be a month, 3 months or a year but sooner than later the market will come to know XRP, and in a big way. And when that time happens, there is no time machine to go back to the days before the world came to recognize the power of the XRP. Boom, baby, BOOM BOOM!
Forex trade India defined as trading in foreign currency. Investors invest to take advantage of currency trading in the short and medium term. Indian exchanges like NSE, BSE, MCX-SX trade forex and forex trade India is legal, only if it is through registered Indian forex brokers. The main currency pairs are EURINR, USDINR, JPYINR and GBPINR. You can also trade with the help of brokers but they should have membership in mentioned exchanges.
How Does Forex Trading from India Work?
Forex trading is the same as equity trading. In forex trading exchange rate matters but in equity trading rate of shares matters. Further, investors can buy or sell their currency pair as per movement in currencies.
Some Examples To Understand Forex Trade India clearly:
Let’s take the dollar if you want to take the benefit of the growing dollar. You have to buy USDINR contract on the exchange at the present price. If the price of dollar increases then you can sell it to take the profit but if you sell it in decreased value then you lose some of your invested money.
An investor can square off their position whenever they want during the period of the contract. By selling currency future contract investor can short close their position.
The investor can take a similarly short and long position in EURINR, JYPINR or GBPINR.
Foreign currency trading is done with registered Indian brokers. The most common exchanges are the NSE (National Stock Exchange) and MCX-SX (Multi-Commodity Exchange). COMEX is used as regulators at the international level exchange. RBI and SEBI regulate currency market.
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Risk In Forex Trading
Forex trade in India may not suit everyone and carries a high-level risk. Before investing in forex trading you should know your risk-carrying capacity, investment objectives and level of experience. If you are interested in forex trading then you should take advice from a financial advisor.
How Are Currency Prices Determined?
Various political and economic conditions are responsible for the change in currency prices. But, apart from these, international trade, interest rates, political stability and inflation are also responsible for currency prices. Many times governments also participate in the foreign exchange market to affect the value of their currency. They do this by lower or raise the price of their domestic market. These factors are highly responsible for currency prices. Must Read:SMALL FINANCE BANK IN INDIA Therefore if you know your objectives then you can make money by forex trade in India. Some examples of hard currencies are – the Euro, the US Dollar, the Japanese Yen, and the Pound. The central bank of the country like Federal Reserve Bank of US, Reserve Bank of India etc. issues the currency for every country. Some investors have a myth that only the US dollar in the base currency in currency trading. But it is not necessary you can use any currency as the base currency. So the investors who are looking for forex trade India should know their aims and then only invest in this.
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