Mostly during auspicious Muhurtas the inflow of money and liquidity increases into the markets because of enhanced purchasing activities by the house holders or the retail consumers and hence increases the demand for goods and services in the market, which in turn increases the opportunities to make profits on the investments. Hence the markets pick up during the auspicious days or when any auspicious day nears in or with the nearing in of the marriage season.
While during inauspicious Muhurtas the inflow of money and liquidity decreases from the markets because of slowing down in the purchasing activities by the retail consumers and hence reduces the demand for goods and services, which in turn reduces the opportunities to make profits on the investments. And thus the markets reflect the bearish activity during the inauspicious days.
In India most of the house holders love to do purchasing activities in the auspicious Muhurtas and avoid all important purchasing during any bad Muhurtas. Mostly people avoid purchasing metals or iron products during Saturdays. People avoid purchasing in the Hindu months of Bhadrapad, Pusa & Pitra paksha periods. Hence, during these months we observe reduced business activities in the markets and the stock markets too reflects the slow down and at times reversals in price directions are also seen.
People love to purchase gold and gold ornaments during the days of guru-pushya yoga nakshatra or the pushya nakshatra falling on Thursday and on akshay tritiya because these days are considered auspicious for purchasing gold or investing into gold. During these days the prices of gold rises up because of its huge demand in the market.
Therefore learning about the auspicious Muhurtas is very important for selecting the right time to make any major investment and this book is designed to serve this purpose by bringing the knowledge of various Muhurtas in the hands of the traders, investors and to hands of common people so that they may be able to select these right moments to make their investments successful and profitable.
This book contains detailed and systematic study of Tithi, Vaar, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karana, the five elements of time or five limbs of panchanga and hence called panchanga. These five elements of time are based on the positions of Sun and Moon, the two important luminaries, and are used to study and decide the auspiciousness of any date and time for the purpose of making investments into gold, silver, property, bonds, fixed deposits, stocks and commodities or buying, selling or trading into them.
It contains separate chapters on some important considerations to decide auspiciousness of any investment muhurta like Rahu Kaal, Yamkanda Kaal, Gulika, Gauri Panchang, Chaughadia Periods, Eclipse, Punya Kaal, Hora, Panchak, Durmuhurtas etc.
It also contains separate chapters on analyzing the auspicious Muhurtas for Borrowing & Lending Money, Buying, Selling & Trading Activity, Commencement of Business or Shop, Buying House or Land, Making Fixed Deposits etc. These important investment activities of day to day life, which one may come across at any point of time in their lives, has been thoroughly dealt with in this book.
The entire subject is systematically arranged in a lucid step by step manner, in order to make the use of this book and astrological principles, contained herein to accertain muhurta for investments, simpler to the readers, so that they may be able to easily select them apply them for the profitable outcome of their investments, with the help of auspicious nakshatra, yoga, vaar karan and tithi of any particular date.