Domestic Institutional Investor
DII ownership in stocks at six-year high,despite flat marketThe shareholding of domestic institutional investors (DIIs) in listed companies has risen to a six-year high, following an increase of 10 per cent in the value of their holdings, despite flat markets.
4.02 PM Aug 28th
FIIs are selling etc.) ,they are making huge profits according to this report and should be an eye opener. That raises the question whom should we follow ;) . "The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), the biggest domestic institutional investor in India, is likely to double its profits from
7.08 PM Feb 7th 2013
Source:DNA India - The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), the biggest domestic institutional investor in India, is likely to double its profits from sale of equities this fiscal. The company, known for its contrarian bets, has been booking profits consistently over the last few months
4.58 PM Feb 1st 2013
Domestic Institutional Investors (DII) who have been net seller in the market for quiet a long time YET they have been increasing their holding in MSAT QOQ. It is suggested that instead of keeping an eye you should see it with both eyes. Then only you will be able to see what we people are seeing
2.10 PM Feb 1st 2013
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