|October 31, 2006|
|How to win in the stock market|
Time in the market and not timing the market is what makes the difference between a successful investor and an also-ran. Watch your fortunes grow by staying put at 13K.
|October 30, 2006|
|Booming Sensex: From 1,000 to 13,000!|
Robust portfolio investments and heavy fund buying lifted the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex past the magical 13,000-mark.
IT stocks: What lies ahead?
While volume growth will continue, the next triggers for technology stocks will come from their ability to increase prices and maintain margins.
|October 21, 2006|
|What's special about Muhurat trading|
A study of the last seven years show that on all the occasions the Sensex closed on a higher note on the Muhurat day. Most traders, in fact, buy on the Muhurat day.
Indians are not news-hungry? Think again!
<B></B> peeks behind the news on the English channels to figure out why a recent entrant like CNN-IBN is grabbing so many eyeballs.
|October 14, 2006|
|The poor rich NRIs|
Singapore's Indians are doing well but they can never hope to head the country.
|October 13, 2006|
|The success stories of TCS, Tisco bosses|
The Tata titans, B Muthuraman and S Ramadorai share their respective stories on their successful journey in The Tata Group.
The new employee hiring techniques
Care to dramatically enhance your chance of finding great employees? Trade in your gut instincts for a systematic approach to interviewing, testing, and evaluating job candidates.
|October 10, 2006|
|The success story of Global Adjustments|
Ranjini Manian says she has understood India better by teaching foreigners about India
A superb financial guide for single women
Money management matters tend to be of little importance and the priority for most single women is to 'fulfill'. Fulfill the need to spend on one's own self as was desired over many years.
The best midcap stocks to buy
Valuation gap between large caps and mid caps has widened. Though mid caps are not a screaming buy yet, a selective approach to the segment could deliver superior returns.
Story of a hotshot fund manager
Navneet Munot's 13-year stint at Birla Sunlife Mutual Fund has helped him beat the benchmarks.
DSP Merrill's small wonder
DSP Merrill's Small and Medium Term Fund may be worth a shot going by the track record of the fund manager.
The problem with Indian forces
The unseemly squabble between the Kargil chiefs is only the visible tip of a nasty iceberg.
Gandhian thought for the environment
The industrialised world may have cleaned up local air pollution in its cities. But its emissions have put the entire world's climatic system at risk and made millions even more vulnerable and poor because of global warming.
|October 04, 2006|
|Tips to tackle the competitor|
Here's how entrenched players tackle newer, low-priced competitors.
Why the Malhotras are heading towards bankruptcy
Did you think that having ample money is an assurance of a good, prosperous life?
B-schools don't teach the art of negotiation
While communication is taught, negotiation is learnt only on the job
Why I am buying oil stocks
As crude prices drop, India's oil giants should come back to profitability.
Bank mergers and your money
In the wake of UWB's demise, Outlook Money looks at the money, or the lack of it, in the M&A game
A super insurance plan from ICICI Prudential
However, three of the policy's four funds have been performing below the benchmarks, for the last two years.