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May 25, 2012
Time to buy equity, says HDFC CIOBuy low, sell high is the ideal investor maxim. So is the current bear market low enough to take a medium-term risk on equity
May 23, 2012
Nine reasons why Facebook IPO turned into one big fiascoAs Facebook's shares sink further below the offer price, here are nine reasons why it's IPO is starting to look more and more like a messy flop.
May 18, 2012
Is it time to opt for the dividend option?Investing in high-dividend yield companies is a safer bet as they are in a better position to withstand market crashes.
May 09, 2012
TBZ: Glittering pedigree alone can't justify higher discountingHow long will TBZ, which is yet to join the dividend list, be able to hold its P/E at 15 times post-listing is anybody's guess
Jan 20, 2012
IT results review: TCS beats the rest, hands downSince it is clearly ahead of the others in terms of future expectations, TCS's shares currently trade at 21 times its estimated earnings for the year ending March 2012.
Dec 22, 2011
Food inflation falls sharply but all not well yetThe year started with a bang and ended with less than a whimper. That is true for the Indian economy as well as for the real estate business in India.
Dec 05, 2011
Sell the year-end rally? It might just make senseEven though interest rate cuts or a halt in hikes could be positive for the market, historically the December rally has never made money for investors
Dec 03, 2011
Time to ditch HUL, buy ITC?A recent report by Sharekhan provides some interesting points of contrast between the top two fast-moving consumer goods stocks - Hindustan Unilever and ITC - and suggests that the balance may be tipping in favour of ITC.
Dec 01, 2011
2012 may not see world indices recoup lossesMost rich-world stock indexes will recoup in 2012 only a fraction of their huge losses this year, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday.
Nov 14, 2011
Broker alert: Voltas needs a cold shoulder, but remain bullish on LancoPrabhudas Lilladhar expects Voltas to clock a meagre 0.7% growth in net sales, while profit after tax is expected to fall by a steep 35%.