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Created by : Gaurav Bhattacharya, Sr. Associate, HDFC Bank  | 10 31 2008 03:18:03 +0000
Industry : BankingFunctional Area : Capital Management(Corporate Finance)
Activity:  1009 views;  last activity : 07 06 2010 20:18:09 +0000
For years, leading commentators have been locked in an increasingly acrimonious battle over whether the surge in commodity prices reflects changing fundamentals in the underlying physical markets, or is being driven by speculation and the unprecedented influx of investment money into commodity investment vehicles and hedge funds. So what do you think is the driving force for today financial transaction.
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Fundamentals Vs Speculation
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 Speculation needs lot of experience and systematic approach to arrive at the junction of investment decision.

Speculation is like gambling.

Fundamental are always helpful in bringing the target up

By Srinivasa Reddy Munagala, Director, Pin Pont Financial Services  | 02 12 2009 12:57:43 +0000
Fundamental factors are more important and determinative over longer horizons as producers and consumers have time to adapt to price signals. With the range of feasible prices much narrower over long horizons, speculative factors play a much more limited role. Best way to think about price determination is that physical fundamentals establish a fairly wide range of feasible prices within which commodity prices are free to vary.
By Gaurav Bhattacharya, Sr. Associate, HDFC Bank  | 10 31 2008 03:18:03 +0000
It is the driving force currently in the market. But how long it is helping the market is yet to be known.

By Shabana Khan, Associate, Yes Bank  | 10 31 2008 03:20:39 +0000
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