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Feb 12, 2013 at 10:59 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, says that he does not expect the market to correct sharply before the Budget. Correction is already underway in the midcaps and small caps space, where they have corrected between 10-20 percent.
Jan 14, 2013 at 09:44 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Sandeep J Shah, chief executive officer, Sampriti Capital gives his expectations on the market's performance. Shah expects the Nifty to be rangebound.
Dec 18, 2012 at 10:02 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Sandeep J. Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, says that he expects that the RBI may reduce CRR by 25 bps. He also says that the base case assumption remains that the rally started in December 2011 though we saw a normal correction in May.
Nov 20, 2012 at 11:45 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Buy Bajaj Auto on dips, says Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital. It has done exceptionally well given its business model, given its incredible focus and really aggressive focused CEO.
Nov 20, 2012 at 08:46 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, says that though there are hopes of revival of the investment cycle there are no signs yet. He feels that there could be a good buying opportunity for the investors at 5200-5400.
Oct 22, 2012 at 10:42 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Now that markets have rallied sharply, the consensus view on the Street is to exit expensive consumption names and buy solely into the beaten down sectors.
Oct 15, 2012 at 10:15 | Source: CNBC-TV18
The slew of reforms announced by the government in the last month has boosted sentiments of both domestic and foreign investors; however, it will take time for the policy actions to reflect in corporate earnings and economy, Sandeep J Shah, chief executive officer, Sampriti Capital told CNBC-TV18.
Oct 05, 2012 at 12:50 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Those who have missed this rally can now look at buying consumption stocks on correction. One can lalso nibble at large private sector banks, two-wheelers and some of the larger public sector banks, Sandeep J Shah of Sampriti Capital said.
Sep 14, 2012 at 09:38 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Sandeep J Shah of Sampriti Capital says he would watch 5,600 carefully. "I had mentioned about a month back that we could even get to 5,800-6,000, if we saw easing by the ECB, we saw QE and we saw the government acting. It looks like, in some sense, all three engines are firing. So that possibility is very much alive now," he adds.
Aug 07, 2012 at 11:09 | Source: CNBC-TV18
One can accumulate TCS with long-term view, says Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital.
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Source:Economic Times - In an interview with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on the market. Excerpts: ET Now: The Nifty large cap stocks are holding on, but on the midcap index and the small cap index things are looking slightly shaky. So what are we staring at

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Reliance  

Reliance Industries (RIL) is looking attractive from long term perspective, says Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital.

11.27 AM Aug 7th 2012

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TCS  

One can accumulate TCS with long-term view, says Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital.

11.10 AM Aug 7th 2012

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Reliance  

Reliance Industries (RIL) is looking attractive from long term perspective, says Sandeep Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital.

11.07 AM Aug 7th 2012

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Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on pharma sector. ET Now: What is the call on pharma stocks? Sandeep J Shah: Pharma stocks have always been expensive. If any company can deliver 20-25% earnings growth, then they are bound

10.17 PM Jul 18th 2012

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TCS  

Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on TCS. ET Now: Why is TCS underperforming despite good set of numbers? Sandeep J Shah: TCS is at a significant premium to the rest of the IT universe. Its valuations have been on the upper side

7.29 PM Jul 18th 2012

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ICICI Bank  

Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on banking sector. ET Now: Suddenly, the gap between HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank is very large, it is very stark. Axis Bank has done a great job of maintaining their NIMs and they have managed

2.58 PM Jul 18th 2012

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Axis Bank  

Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on banking sector. ET Now: Suddenly, the gap between HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank is very large, it is very stark. Axis Bank has done a great job of maintaining their NIMs and they have managed

2.58 PM Jul 18th 2012

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HDFC Bank  

Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on banking sector. ET Now: Suddenly, the gap between HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank is very large, it is very stark. Axis Bank has done a great job of maintaining their NIMs and they have managed

2.58 PM Jul 18th 2012

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HDFC  

Source:Economic Times - In a chat with ET Now, Sandeep J Shah, CEO, Sampriti Capital, shares his views on banking sector. ET Now: Suddenly, the gap between HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank is very large, it is very stark. Axis Bank has done a great job of maintaining their NIMs and they have managed

2.58 PM Jul 18th 2012

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