Tag Archives: COVID-19

Secrets revealed: Identifying pharma stocks for the post-COVID world

Some pharma companies are gearing up to achieve new-highs through intelligent selection of product portfolio, markets and marketing preferences. They are walking the tight-rope on cost management.

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Do you have any distressed company in your portfolio?

Banks

COVID-19 might have affected good companies temporarily. But it has possibly opened the Pandora Box. You should carefully monitor Q2FY21 numbers of listed companies to know which companies are facing difficulties.

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Cherry-picking midcaps in the earnings season…

Price performance of stocks post-earnings will tell you how close the results were to the market expectations. Unless companies that witnessed an impressive growth in Q4FY20 perform miserably and give a negative outlook, markets might prefer to look beyond Q2 and Q3 in their case.

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Will Indian banks pass the COVID-stress test?

Banks will soon start announcing Q1FY21 results. While you analyze their performance this time, you need to pay attention to their growth preferences and fund raising plans, besides COVID-related provisioning.

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Should Gold Investment be a Permanent Part of Your Portfolio

Historically, it is observed that the value of gold increases during uncertain times; for eg: war situations, geopolitical tensions, financial crisis or any pandemic crisis. That is why it is also often termed as a ‘Crisis Commodity’.

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Should you discontinue your SIPs?

SIP

SIP, Covid-19, pandemic, rupee cost averaging, timing the market, uncertain times, highest return, discontinue and redeem, financial strain, creating wealth

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