Over the last 4 years, we have seen investors committing significant capital to Small and Micro cap stocks. The cycle has swung from lean to sufficient ownership.
Tax evading cos end up accounting for 80% of jobs. It is almost certain that the overwhelming majority of India’s job growth in the past decade has come from India’s informal sector.
Cognitive Investing is an investment philosophy which requires one to isolate the current market condition from the investor’s time tested investment thesis.
Traders should not make decisions based on one candlestick pattern and wait for further confirmation on Monday as Friday's price action was largely weighed down by Infosys.
We have analysed a list of stocks in which both FIIs and MFs have continuously been increasing their stake over the last four quarters.
Despite the day’ sell-off, the market managed to rebound and end the truncated week with 1 percent gains after losing 3.5 percent in previous week.
Stocks that hit fresh 52-week highs are PC Jeweller, Kansai Nerolac, Bata India, Gravita India, Centrum Capital, Emkay Global, GVK Power and Blue Star.
For Infosys, things are likely to get worse before it even starts getting better. It will be in the interest of employees to either tender their shares in the upcoming share buyback if it comes at an attractive valuation or book profits and invests in companies which can outperform the index, suggest experts.
The cumulative notional loss which Narayana Murthy suffered today is a little above Rs 100 crore while other members of the members of the family saw a notional loss of little over Rs 900 crore.
Despite the ups and downs that Sikka had to face to bring back the IT major to life, the stock outperformed its peers — Wipro, TCS and HCL Tech
Despite correction in overall market, these 33 stocks hit fresh 52-week highs and of which, 11 touched record highs.
Bhatia is underweight on technology stocks, though he likes HCL Technologies and Infosys.
From gann perspective, whenever a confluence of support is defended, the pullback tends to be excessive. A rally of 2 percent in this truncated week’s trade clearly outlines the structural strength of the index.
The poll showed 84 percent of the participants see now is the best time to dive into quality stocks while the rest, 16 percent feel investors should avoid shopping at current levels.
Investors are advised to stay cautious as last minute selling on Thursday derailed rally on D-Street. They can lighten up their position on a bounce towards 9,950 levels.
Bank Nifty falls on weekly options expiry day, thereby pushing down indices lower. The Sensex ended up 24.57 points at 31795.46, while the Nifty ended higher by 5.60 points at 9902.90
The ongoing secondary corrective phase forms part of the larger degree uptrend and provides incremental buying opportunity to accumulate quality stocks in a staggered manner.
Trends show that high RoE often reflects in strong share price performance over the medium term.
China’s trade dominance could be a source of disruption if war breaks out.
A quick wrap of the day's trading action
Only 13 Nifty stocks closed in the red, where Infosys and Reliance were the top losers. Among sectors, except energy all indices closed in the green.
On the bounce back around 9,850-9,900 levels, the index could once again witness selling pressure on the index.
Beta value and ROE are among the many parameters that investors use to gauge stock performance.
Aditya Agarwal of Way2Wealth Brokers Pvt. Ltd suggests placing bets on Infosys, L&T, Marico, Petronet LNG, Bharti Infratel
The consumer price index (CPI) rose to 2.36 percent for July, higher than market expectations, as vegetable prices spiked.