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Kiske Sath Kitna Vikas?

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Economic development is a game of leads and lags. And like the investments made during various tenures, the translation of policies into progress has a gestation period too.

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2019 might be an exciting year for stock-pickers…

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2018 was the second least volatile year for CNX Nifty after 2013 in last 20 years. In the past, whenever the market has moved in a narrow range and has generated single-digit returns, the subsequent year has been full of volatility and action.

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Benchmarking Mutual Fund Schemes to Total Return Index (TRI)

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While selecting any mutual fund for investment, how could we gauge if it is performing well or not? Globally, mutual funds are benchmarked against TRI as this gives a true indication of how well a fund is managed.

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Market Rallies Further. DLF, Infy, Telco, ICICI Bank, Cipla Lead Fightback.

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Markets managed to extend gains amid a volatile trading session. NSE Nifty gained 35.30 points to close at 5594. BSE  Sensex added 127.75 points to end the day at 18542.20. Infosys covered most of the ground it lost last week to close at 2916, up 3.53 per cent. DLF surged 4.83 per cent to close at 246.80. Tata Motors flared

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Bob Farrell’s 10 Rules.

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Introduction Bob Farrell is a Wall Street veteran who draws on some 50 years of experience in crafting his investing rules. After finishing a masters program at Columbia Business School, Bob Farrell started as a technical analyst at Merrill Lynch in 1957. Even though Farrell studied fundamental analysis under Gramm and Dodd, he turned to technical analysis after realizing there

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Five Stocks That Can Make You Rich In A Choppy Market.

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Bank of America Merrill Lynch hosted an investor conference recently and the undertone suggested that a re-rating in markets is a thing of the past and that returns would mirror earnings growth going ahead. There could be disappointment on both the gross domestic product and earnings front, the investment bank said. Given the choppy conditions, the following stocks are the

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