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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
Sep 13, 2012
Sensex sans sense: No case for a rally under UPAThe Sensex's recent buoyancy can only be short-term in nature. There is no case for a fundamental-driven rally till at least 2015.
Jul 07, 2012
Revisiting Sensex 60,000: Why India is back in the gameThanks to greater mismanagement by US and Europe, India is looking much better. We could now get back into the game despite our no-show last year
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
Feb 23, 2012
It doesn't add up: Higher tax, higher oil prices - and higher growth?The PM's Economic Advisory Council has projected 7.5-8 percent GDP growth next year despite calling for higher taxes and lower subsidies. How does this square up?
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.