## What are the NSE and BSE index. as in what does NSE 5000 or BSE 17000 mean in terms of rupees?

are these indices mean one share is worth rs 5000 for NSE or one share for BSE is rs 17000. do NSE and BSE have their own shares like this?

## What is the criteria for any company to be listed in BSE or NSE?

Also can the same company be listed in both the stock exchanges? Also how the points goes up or down in a day? Suppose if a company goes for M&A,does it mean the Value of shares or the points in the SENSEX of the company necessarily goes up? or the reverse. Suggest me any book or website to understand the basic things of teh stock market…

## whant some light to choose gold exchange traded fund companies (ETF) through SIP.?

I am planning to invest in gold, but unable to decide on which company ( ETF) . Please throw some light on the ETF/Gold Funds that can be chosen. The investment amount is through SIP around 2000 rs/month for 3 years.

## what should a conputer have a cash memory for its fast working?

i am computer science student and i have to purchase a computer .so i am in need to know, about how much cash memory a computer must have for its fast working?

## What is the scene in the real estate of Vancouver?

Is it the right time for foreigners to invest in Vancouver real estate?

## How do I add the new rupee sign on my laptop keyboard?

Is it possible to add the new rupee sign to my existing laptop keyboard? If not, at least as part of SYMBOLS? Please advise…

## How to calculate the NAV in mutual funds? tell me the formule?

How to calculate the NAV in mutual funds? tell me the formule?

## A calculus problem on continuous annuity with withdrawal.?

Show that a continuous annuity with withdrawal rate N = \$5000/yr and interest rate r = 8%, funded by an initial deposit of Po= \$75,000, never runs out of money.

As I understand the differential equation for this type of problem is
dP/dt = r (P-N/r)
For r, I should substitute 8/100 = 0.08. Is this correct?
This is how I solved the equation:
dP/(P – N/r) = r dt
ln(P – N/r) = rt + ln(C), where C is a constant
ln(P – N/r) – ln(C) = rt
ln[(P – N/r)/C] = rt
P – N/r = C e^rt
P = N/r + C e^rt
Substituting the given value of P at t = 0, we can find the value of C. I got C = \$12500
P = N/r + 12500 e^rt
P = 5000/.08 + 12500 e^rt
P = 62500 + 12500 e^(.08t)
From the above equation, P > 0 for all values of t. Therefore the annuity never runs out of money.
Is my analysis correct?
What surprises me is the equation P = N/r + C e^rt
Since N is the withdrawal rate, should we not get an equation which shows that P decreases when N increases? But the equation P = N/r + C e^rt shows just the opposite.

## Which is the best pension plan available in Indian Life Insurance Market. Please mention the company & the pla?

I am 26. Want to invest minimum 10k to 12k a year for 30 years in a pension plan. Which company has the best product in this product segment.

## How share market calculate BSE or NSE points . Is it overall average of the market.?

I don’t know how Exchage calculate points for BSE or NSE. Some share rises and some falls but point are sometime up and sometime down. Tell me in details . What is behind this story……