Top Sectors In India To Invest In 2011-2012 From The Economy Of India In Indian Stock Market

Falling prices may not be good for traders, but in stock market one’s loss is somebody else’s profit. Fallen down prices opens up opportunity for Investors to look out for the good, top and best sectors to Invest in 2011-2012 which compliments the growing Indian Economy. Year 2009-2010 has been a stunning year, but its time we look forward to the coming years.In a fast growing economy like of India’s, everyone wants to invest in Indian Stock Market. And why not? After all there are sectors related to the Indian growing Economy which provides tremendous investment and money-making opportunities. So before you start wondering which are those top sectors to Invest in 2011-2012, then hold your breath, we shall be discussing those shortly as you read on.Identifying and buying the good companies and the right stocks from the top sectors of Indian Economy is no rocket science, but is still not a ball game. With thousands of companies to invest and choose from, royal rumble is not the way to go. Any company you choose to invest, just make sure that they have an outstanding business model, clean books, low debt and rising business revenues with a 5 year business growth plans.I have finalized 7 sectors to Invest. Out of which two we are going to discuss now and rest to be followed in parts.Automobile Industry – Most Well PlacedIndian Automobile Industry has seen a phenomenal growth in the past 20 years and is one of the core industry of the growing Indian Economy. This has happened due to a lot of positive factors like –
Friendly and favorable government economical policies
Rise in Agriculture and Industrial Output
Rise in per capita income (individual)
Better Roads and Infrastructure leads to higher Auto demand
Rising Middle Class and Working Class ( higher buying power)
Availability of Easy Finance Schemes for purchasing Automotives
By 2016 the size of the Indian automobile industry is expected to grow by 13%, to reach a mark of USD $ 120-159 billion. Presently, India is the 2nd largest two-wheeler market in the world and fourth largest commercial vehicle market worldwide. India is the 11th largest market in the passenger car segment globally which is expected to become the 7th largest market by 2016.Indian Economy is growing at a rate of little over 8.5% GDP and is expected to do even better in the time to come. Along a rising economy, rising middle class income, rising purchasing power, easy finance options at low-interest rates, all together is going to provide substantial growth to this sector by boosting demand for both two wheelers as well as four wheelers.This makes the Indian Automotive sector one of the most promising sector to invest from the Indian Economy and Stock Market. Be with this sector for few years to come and you will make money.Agriculture – The backbone of Indian MajorityAgriculture Sector inIndian Economy is one of the most significant part of India. The success story of Agriculture in India has been stated as example by the world leaders like U.S President Barack Obama.Agriculture is the only way to make a living for almost 2/3rd of Indian population and our rural population which is a majority of total population completely depends on Agriculture. Indian Agriculture is the largest contributor to the Indian Economy and it also play an important role in the growth of socio-economic sectors of India.History Of Agriculture In India – The Green RevolutionThere was a time in history when India was largely dependent on food import, but since the food crisis in 1960, India has come a long way and has put a lot of efforts to be self-sufficient in the food and grains productions. The desire to be self-sufficient when it comes to food grains in India, it has led to a Green Revolution which is aimed to improve the agriculture activity and produce in India.The services enhanced by the Green Revolution in the agriculture sector of Indian economy are as follows:
Acquiring more area for cultivation purposes
Expanding irrigation facilities
Use of improved and advanced high-yielding variety of seeds
Implementing better techniques that emerged from agriculture research
Water management
Plan protection activities through prudent use of fertilizers, pesticides, and cropping applications
Indian Agriculture still depends heavily on monsoon as good rain during that season improves the agriculture output. But the entire year agriculture produce cannot possibly just depend on one season which opens up opportunity for setting up a second Green Revolution to overcome such restrictions and hurdles.An increase in the growth rate and irrigation area, improved water management, improving the soil quality, and diversifying into high value outputs, fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, medicinal plants, and bio-diesel are also on the list of the services to be taken by the Green Revolution to improve the agriculture in India.This eventually means growth and business prospects to the agriculture focused companies providing the much-needed solutions to improve what we call the back bone of the Indian Economy- i;e Agriculture in India. Be with it…Happy Investing!