To be fair, Dollar has been quietly working on its image – and sales – after its brand ambassador and Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar crackled the airwaves with the now famous tagline “Fit Hai Boss”.
But, it is time to tread with caution with respect to small and midcap stocks after a sharp rally in the last 12-24 months. Not all midcap stocks might strike gold for investors at current levels given the frothy valuation.
When liquidity drives stocks higher chances are that your portfolio will be sitting on a huge profit.
Dragonfly Doji pattern signals indecision among bulls as well as bears but it also points to the fact that buying emerged at lower levels and bulls managed to push the index towards opening.
Here’s are top cues from domestic as well as international markets which could have a bearing on D-Street.
After three-day consolidation, finally the market got direction on downside but that is unlikely to continue, feel experts who say the Nifty has support at 9,000.
Investors ignored the exit polls announced on Thursday. The exit poll results were not clear as some media outlets predicted a majority for the ruling BJP while others showed gains but not majority in Uttar Pradesh. The state is an important metric as it gives most number of representatives in the Upper House of the Parliament.
"BSE Institute Ltd will organise the Dalal Street Lit Fest 2017, a-one-of-its-kind Art celebration festival blending the themes of finance and literature," BSE said in a release.
The future of payments will be like a sci-fi movie where NFC and facial recognition will enable payments. Currency notes will become a thing of the past, branches will become lesser even as robot advisors, virtual assistants and chatbots will be your new banker, wealth advisor and cashier.
Damani has already acquired a cult status on Dalal Street — both as a trader and value investor — in little over a decade since wetting his feet in the stock market.
As the year comes to an end one may think that the India market was virtually unmoved but CNBC-TV18's Nigel D'Souza tells that a lot happened on dalal street that made news in 2016.
"There have to be triggers, if there are no triggers, I as a bear am very confident and do not expect this market to cross 7940-7950. You need to put the fear of God in to bears for the market to go up, so [until that happens] we will keep grinding lower," Ashwani Gujral said.
Rupee fell to a record low of 68.85 per dollar as foreign institutional investors withdrew from emerging markets. And that's what brought much needed relief to the technology companies as depreciating rupee drives more revenue for export oriented firms.
However, S Naren, ICICI Pru believes demonetisation is near-term pain for long-term gain and does not expect February lows of 6900-7000 to be tested.
The midcaps underperformed the benchmark indices closing 3.5 percent in the red while the bank stocks slipped more than 2 percent.
Ramesh Damani sat down with Kuntal Shah, Partner of SageOne Investments, and asked him about his investment processes and how he controls emotions of greed and fear.
Among global markets, Asian shares inched ahead after Wall Street got a lift from encouraging corporate earnings and investors wagered an imminent barrage of Chinese data would confirm the economy had at least stabilised.
Besides, another 22 companies have lined up IPO plans in 2016 bringing the year-end estimated total deal value to USD 5.8 billion, more than double from last year's deal value of USD 2.18 billion.
In an interview with CNBC-TV18, market expert Ashwani Gujral said that there is no leadership in the market and leader stocks like Infosys and TCS are breaking down.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Zia Mody of AZB Partners said while IPOs are likely, any consolidation in the sector is unlikely. Some mega merger deals are likely in the near term, according to Mody.
Bears dominated at Dalal Street on Monday as the BSE Sensex plunged nearly 400 points intraday on profit booking and global weakness, weighed by banking & financials, infra, auto, FMCG and PSU oil & gas stocks.
SGX Nifty was trading at 8708.00 down 8.50 points.
The markets made an effort Thursday to follow an old adage on Dalal Street â€“â€˜Buy the rumour Sell the fact‘ when the GST Bill was passed in Rajya Sabha, but it failed as the benchmark clawed into the green and triggered a massive short covering on Friday that marked the highest closing this year.
Investors' wealth in stock market took a hit of nearly Rs 1.8 lakh crore today as Dalal Street felt the heat of Brexit with the benchmark Sensex plunging over 600 points -- its worst performance in over four months