be avoided at all cost. Don`t buy a stock just because everyone else is doing so. Invest only after careful research and evaluation of the company`s financials. The real estate sector is a prime example of how valuations can be easily inflated. Diversify your investments, not only across sectors and stocks
12.24 PM Aug 20th
the sector`s potential or checking valuations. This herd mentality should be avoided at all cost. Don`t buy a stock just because everyone else is doing so. Invest only after careful research and evaluation of the company`s financials. The real estate sector is a prime example of how valuations can be easily
12.23 PM Aug 20th
CARE Research has come out with its report on Indian telecom wireless industry. The research firm expects Indian telecom sector to witness higher single digit revenue growth on account of expected tariff hike as the competition in the sector declined post-spectrum auction and increased contribution
10.37 AM Apr 17th
issued a down grade on ONGC. THEY GENERALLY SEND DAILY CALLS, SMS all (nothing work though i check dont care). research calls by email and all. but this down grade appeared in media first, then may be couple of hni also. i did`nt get any email, sms or any up date on down grade before it came in media .
6.48 PM Feb 26th
Year 2011, growing at a 5 year CAGR of 13.1% p.a. CARE Research estimates healthcare industry has the potential to almost double to ` 5.0 trillion over the next five years, implying a growth rate of 12% p.a. This will be mainly driven by rise in per capita spending on health care, change in demographic
7.45 PM Feb 12th
A company in one of dying businesses of cigarettes and non leader in FMCG with pathetic market share has somehow cooked up random numbers. So be it. Markets will do justice. I have faith in market. And no I have no position short or long in ITC. I just dont believe the result based on careful
11.50 PM Oct 19th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Highlighting the stress in the Indian banking industry due to weak economic activity, CARE Research said credit growth for the year 2012-13 will remain at 15.1 per cent. Credit growth had declined to 17.7 per cent in August compared with 20.8 per cent in August 2011
11.37 AM Oct 4th 2012
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