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Jan 01, 2015
Monkey's guide to stock investing in 2015: 3 random-pick portfoliosCan random picks, Monkeys throwing darts at a list of stocks, generate a winning portfolio to beat the main indices? To improve the odds for our three Monkey portfolios, we have randomly picked the stocks from different indices.
Nov 15, 2014
Monkey beats BSE Sensex! 5 simple lessons from random stock pickingIn August 2011, we had invented two random-pick portfolios to check if they could outperform the market. The answer: sometimes they can
Aug 25, 2012
After a year, Monkey portfolios lose out to Nifty, SensexOur two Monkey Portfolios failed to live up to their early promise. They ended up at the bottom of the pile as their luck ran out early. Here's why.
Jul 16, 2012
Monkey Index outdoes brokers but underperforms Sensex, NiftyThe benchmark indices aka the Sensex and the Nifty have once again managed to outperform the monkeys and the brokers as they fell at a slower pace of 1.7-1.8 percent for the week ended 13 July.
Jun 09, 2012
Nifty, Sensex on top, but brokers, Monkeys gain tooThe two indices, Nifty and Sensex, have outperformed the indices and our Monkeys. But our Monkeys haven't given up hope.
Jun 02, 2012
Brokers kick Monkeys, but indices have outperformed allIt's been a bad time for our Monkeys, and the broker portfolio has come out tops.
May 19, 2012
Monkey 2 gets its chance, but Nifty continues to leadMonkey 2 had a brief respite from its losses last week. The NIfty continues to be the best performer.
May 12, 2012
Monkeys join indices, brokers on the downward slideMonkey 1 is not doing too badly, but Monkey 2 is sinking out of sight. This is what a bad market week can do to portfolios
May 05, 2012
Mauritius treaty trauma sends brokers, Monkeys tumblingIt's not been a good week for the markets - or our monkeys.
Apr 28, 2012
Brokers score a big win, Monkeys in a fixOur two Monkeys are not doing too well. Maybe they need to rework their strategies