Jacksonville, FL, November 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- WikiWealth.com’s innovative analysis of the India Rupee (INR) combines value investing techniques with Web 2.0 technology. Is the India Rupee (INR) undervalued or overvalued and how do you profit? WikiWealth.com applies its revolutionary investment flow, qualitative, and parity analysis to understand the true potential of the India Rupee (INR) (http://www.wikiwealth.com/country:india). Here is a small sample of WikiWealth.com’s comprehensive new real-time reports:
India (INR) has a highly regulated economy; however, recent liberalization has transformed the economy towards a capitalist, market-based system. Currency Analysis: India’s currency is fairly valued with very low investment flow potential combined with very high purchase price parity potential. Investor Survey: India’s economic environment is unfavorable for long term economic growth due to low scores on economic freedom, transparency, economic diversity, and the SWOT analysis. Trade Analysis: Belgium, Pakistan, the UK, Japan, and the US are the top export partners. Commodity Analysis: India produces a significant amount of staples for domestic use and needs to import energy. SWOT Analysis: The leading Indian strength is their supply of natural resources, while the main weakness is a lack of infrastructure. Profit Conclusion: A fairly-valued currency, very low investment flow potential and an unfavorable business environment leads to a negative outlook for Indian investments. See the full interactive report at WikiWealth.com: (http://www.wikiwealth.com/country:india).
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