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Jun 05, 2012
Can we do a China? Hah! 5% is 'new normal' for GDP growthIndia should be lucky to average more than a 5 percent growth in the current decade. And this is an optimistic estimate
May 17, 2012
Japan disease is spreading: High risk and low returnsJapan had 20 years of almost no growth. The west seems to be heading that way with consumers deleveraging and growth slowing down
Apr 26, 2012
Growth illusion: Why we should look at 5-6%, not 8-9%India is headed back to the stone age of 5-6 percent growth. We need reforms, but even if they happen, don't expect a pick-up in the short run
Jan 09, 2012
Investors, the bumpy ride to Sensex 60,000 begins this year2012 is when the stock market should start bottoming out. This is the time for investors to start taking risks and invest in equity.
Sep 12, 2011
Market prognosis: Down first, and then only up and upThe short-term outlook for the market does not look good, but over the next few years the market has nowhere to go but up.
Aug 30, 2011
Advantage India: Why our markets will outperform the WestDespite our economic slowdown, the big advantage India has over slow-growing US, European and Japanese economies is that we still have policy options to stimulate growth. They don't.
Aug 19, 2011
Markets: When all signs are negative, there's still hopeThe western world is fighting recession, while India and China are battling inflation and other demons. In this climate, markets will remain volatile. But we can also expect positive changes to emerge from this crisis.
Aug 09, 2011
Jhunjhunwala's timeframe for markets is four yearsRakesh Jhunjhunwala says this is not the time to go looking for stock bargains. There will be many opportunities coming your way. But the world's problems will sort themselves out over a maximum of four years.
Aug 06, 2011
It's over for dollar and euro; get ready for Sensex 60000Friday marked the beginning of the end of the dollar era. The euro is not in any better shape. This means once the short-term shock of this realisation is digested, China and India will be the flavour of the decade for fund managers. Belt up for the turbulent ride.
May 28, 2011
Where not to look for the next stock market rallyCommodities, real estate and infrastructure will remain growth sectors, but these may not be the sectors to produce the next big market rally. Technology stocks that are driven by strong user preferences may be the future leaders, but not the only ones