Tag Archives: Indian Markets

8 Lessons Indian investors should learn from the Evergrande Debacle

Experts have debated and speculated a lot about the topic of China’s ghost cities over the last decade. Evergrande, has served as a clarion call to the global investors.

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Making sense of market madness


Preserving capital and buying-on-dips is the key to making alpha. The value theme appears more attractive than growth at this juncture.

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Stay away from the virus, not IPOs!


Considering the recent experience, even if you get an IPO allotment only once in a while you can still make a good deal of money on listing.

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Bearing companies: Growth in sight but valuations give no respite


If India is expected to up its manufacturing GDP in the next few years, demand visibility for the bearings industry remains fairly strong.

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IPO watch: story vs valuation what matters the most to you?

Strike when the iron is hot seems to be an unwritten rule of the IPO market. Indian promoters and their angel investors have been following this adage to perfection so far.

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Q2FY21 earnings update: Building blocks of cement stocks


Amidst IT and Pharma assuming the centre stage, a few old economy businesses are making a smart comeback—cement companies, for instance. In fact, some of the leading cement companies, such as UltraTech, ACC and Ambuja, which declared their Q2FY21 numbers early this week have been making the rounds for a while now.

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