|May 31, 2006|
|Be ready with cash to buy at lower levels|
Salil Sharma says that people who are into markets for more than a year, should start picking up stocks in a small quantities.
9800-10,000 is strong support zone for Sensex
Over a 12 months horizon, this entire situation will get corrected
How to live happily ever after
The chase for making money indeed gives us a thrill, which we interpret as happiness
'If India has big plans, global money is available'
India's challenges: infrastructure, large fiscal deficit, low FDI
There is still poison in the system: Jagdish Malkani
Though quality stocks have retreated 10-15-20 per cent from their recent highs, it's time for cherry picking.
Anil Ambani's recipe for success
The litmus test of Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group's rebranding is not just the immediate success of how the external changes are perceived, but in how well it can transform its very corporate character.
It's time to pick up stocks: Baliga
We see the markets consolidating for the next two months
|May 17, 2006|
|How to profit from your mutual fund|
Mutual funds as an investment choice tower over other choices as they offer everything an investor looks for: easy availability, liquidity, transparency, decent returns.
When to sell your mutual fund
By selling a MF from just a profit-booking perspective, you may be selling off a portfolio with good long-term potential. So take care.
|May 16, 2006|
|What should retail investors do now?|
Experts advise retail investors to get into the falling market, keeping in mind strong fundamentals and time horizon of more than a year.
Own midcap stocks? Then don't worry
All the major indices were tumbling in the markets since Monday. The Midcap Index was down over 4% Monday and was seen slipping today as well. So what will be the fate of this momentum driven space? Experts reveal it all.
Indian markets may correct by 30%: Faber
Investment Guru Marc Faber expects most markets, including India, to see a 30% correction, which is likely in, both, equities and commodities.
Next 2-3 days are crucial: Freeman
According to Malcolm Freeman of Ambrian Partners, this correction was a kind of fund liquidation. But he maintains that fundamentally nothing has changed.
|May 12, 2006|
|Govt will curb cement prices from Monday: Kamal Nath |
The government is looking concerned over the rising cement prices. On Friday, Union Commerce Minister Kamal Nath met the members of the Cement Association, where he asked them to address the issue by taking effective steps.
How RBI move hits your loans
Although the Reserve Bank of India has left interest rates alone, the new provisioning norms could impact your personal finances.
How to make a fortune overnight in stocks
If you are addicted to the rush of trading and the thrill of making a killing in the stock market, then technical analyst G Devanathan takes you through the steps on how to make more money and avoid those pesky losses.
Take India seriously: Morgan Stanley boss
India is a market, a story, a country, an economy. . . and investors need to take it seriously, says Morgan Stanley, MD, Stephen Roach.
|May 03, 2006|
|India's friend from Harvard|
Professor Galbraith will always be remembered as a great friend who did much to put Indian agriculture on a sound footing and ushered in the computer revolution in India.
Taming the boss from hell
Ambition, self-confidence, even a little bloodlust--all can be part of a great biz leader. They can also wreak havoc on an organization. Now, for the executive from hell, help is on the way.
|May 01, 2006|
|Indian techies never had it better!|
Even as Indian tech majors cash in on the growing demand for offshoring, they face rising attrition and wage inflation that could pressure margins.
Sensex @ 12,000: What should investors do
Since markets have run up sharply over the past few months, investors should take a relook at their asset allocation and focus on stocks that hold potential for outperformance.