Project Report on Fundamental & Technical Analysis on It Sect

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ct Index
Sr. No | Topic | Pg No |
1 | INTRODUCTION | 2 |
2 | OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY | 2 |
3 | SCOPE OF STUDY | 2 |
4 | METHODOLOGY | 3 |
5 | LIMITATION | 3 |
6 | NEED FOR STUDY | 3 |
7 | FINANCIAL MARKETS | 5 |
8 | ROLE OF REGULATORY BODY | 9 |
9 | FINANCIAL PLANNING | 11 |
10 | INVESTMENT OPTION | 13 |
11 | BRIEF DETAILS ON PRODUCTS OFFERED BY BROKING HOUSE | 16 |
12 | VISION & VALUES OF COMPANY | 18 |
13 | PROMOTERS | 19 |
14 | BOARD OF DIRECTORS | 20 |
15 | MANAGEMENT | 20 |
16 | PRODUCTS OFFERED BY RELIANCE SECURITIES | 21 |
17 | SECTORIAL ANALYSIS | 26 |
18 | FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS OF TCS | 48 |
19 | FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INFOSYS | 68 |
20 | TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF TCS |
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The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) has created a separate unit to drive its newfound enthusiasm for software products, and has set a target of US$ 10 billion in revenues from software products by 2020.

INDUSTRY PROFILE

FINANCIAL MARKETS

Business owners need outside capitals for investment because even projects of moderate sizes are beyond the reach of most wealthy individuals. Governments also need funds for public investment money is channeled through the financial markets from the savers to borrowers. Thus financial markets provide a link between saving & investment and between present and the future. This helps the savers to earn higher returns and the borrower can execute their investment plans to earn future profits.
Borrower and savers can trade directly with each other thorough the financial market. However, minimum size requirements, transaction costs prohibit direct trades such impediments are remedied by financial intermediaries. These are financial institutions that act as middlemen to transfer funds from lenders to borrowers. Banks, pension funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, etc are some examples of financial intermediaries.
A financial market is a broad term describing any market place where buyers and sellers participate in trade of assets such as equities, bonds, currencies and derivatives.

Financial markets can mainly be classified into:

1. Money markets…