from inverstorwords.com: A way of investing in real estate without actually investing in the property. Indirect investment can be done in many ways, including securities, funds, or private equity. Most investors interested in indirect investme from inverstorwords.com: A way of investing in real estate without actually investing in the property. Indirect investment can be done in many ways, including securities, funds, or private equity. Most investors interested in indirect investment would do so through a company or advisor who has experience in this type of investing. from www.joneslanglasalle.eu: Indirect investment is a means of gaining exposure to real estate without investing directly, i.e. into 'bricks & mortar'. There are a number of routes to gaining indirect exposure to real estate, whether it be through listed securities, derivatives or investment funds. Investors are therefore able to invest in real estate without the issues related to direct ownership.
from me: I will add, "that takes place on the international market".
Day Traders"Day trader" has taken on a negative connotation. Many people think of the amateur individual investors who started investing their own money via online trading sites such as eTrade during the Internet tech boom. Some of them made lots of money at first. Most of them lost a lot in the crash.
More technically, on Wall Street, "day trader" can refer to any very active trader who makes rapid, aggressive trades.
An Individual who sits at home with a capital of 50,000 and eats junk food. The wife usually nags and neglects children
The ticker symbol for Prudential Financial Incorporated is PRU and it is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Any forecast has a speculative (guess) element.
The New Zealand dollar is highly correlated to the Australian Dollar (AUD), which currently appears to be appreciating, so my guess is it is likely to go up from its current level of 1 NZD = 0.7340 USD
when our then p.m.mr.Chandrashekhar announced about his plans to allow fdi in India,it opened a Pandora's box for us.it was then in 1991.Since then,our economy has been growing manifolds.FDI enables to bring foreign investment in India as a result of which,our country can be benefitted in many ways;namely-employment oppurtunities,better quality of life,better products,better education and higher per capita income.
Since 1991,our economy is growing so rapidly that all the so called 'super powers"are keen on building strong relationship with our country.India was a country rich in resources,but the problem was their optimum utilisation.FDI has solved this problem.as a result,all the retail biggies are attracted towards India.India is giving tough competition to all developed countries,including china.so,wait for the day when our economy would be one of the strongest in the world............and by then,probably you would get your answer as to"WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF fdi for India"