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Jan 15, 2013
10 reasons for caution as Sensex breaches 20kThe Sensex and the Nifty are going to attempt new peaks, but investors can hope for a good ride in the next two months, but not after that
May 17, 2012
Will Greece crisis throw global markets into more chaos?The main cause for investor worry was that Greece would pull out of the group of countries that use the euro, and that that would throw the global markets into chaos.
Apr 15, 2012
Nifty downtrend to continueThe index is groping for direction and the price action during the week gone by does not negate the bearish view.
Mar 05, 2012
Market rally volatile but bulls remain undisturbedThe short-term bullish view would not be under threat until the index holds above 5,200. A breach of the major support at 5,000 would cast a shadow in the medium-term bullish view.
Mar 05, 2012
'Not elections, but oil prices is game changer for markets'The market direction is not going to be determined by the Budget or the UP elections, say experts. So forget about a pre-budget rally any time soon.
Feb 18, 2012
Nifty is holding strong: Time to raise equity allocationsIt's best not to worry about having missed the bus on the current stock rally. You can still enter after the next correction
Jan 30, 2012
Will it, won't it? Nifty on the cusp of a pre-budget rallyThe NIfty closed above 5,200 on Friday. If it crosses 5,280, we could see a decent rally in the index before the budget.
Jan 25, 2012
Europe poses global recession threat: IMFThe IMF chopped its estimate for 2012 global growth to 3.3 percent from 4 percent just three months ago and warned it could drop as low as 1.3 percent if Europe lets the crisis fester for much longer.
Jan 07, 2012
Think short-term, be stock-specific: A look at Arvind, CiplaThis is no time to increase stock allocations for the long-term. But trading opportunities are abound. Cipla and Arvind are two stocks that show potential.
Oct 07, 2011
Long-term investors should hoard stocks, says RBSDevesh Kumar, head of equities, RBS India, said another 5 to 10 percent downside is possible int he market as institutional flows are not likely to improve anytime soon.