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Dec 29, 2012, 04.05 PM IST | Source: CNBC-TV18

Market rally may continue in 2013: Bejan Daruwalla

The Indian market rallied sharply in 2012. Bejan Daruwalla, astrologer, author, columnist says there is a strong probability of the rally continuing. "But the months of May, August and November may be little bit bouncy, may bring some difficulties and the tyre of economy may get spiked. But these are momentary things," he asserts.

The Indian market rallied sharply in 2012. Bejan Daruwalla, astrologer, author, columnist says there is a strong probability of the rally continuing. "But the months of May, August and November may be little bit bouncy, may bring some difficulties and the tyre of economy may get spiked. But these are momentary things," he asserts.

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He further says for the first six months, till June, Jupiter will be in the sign Gemini. "Gemini means communication, context, contracts, correspondence, that means media," he adds.

After June, Jupiter changes to other sign Cancer. "At this time, Jupiter in Cancer means money, finance, and investments. So, it means infrastructure, production, investments and above all very exciting foreign affairs. Foreign affairs clearly show investments from abroad," he elaborates. 

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According to Daruwalla, with great difficulties, turmoil, and trouble, the government will survive.

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