The continuing fall in stock market indices since end-November may be worrying, but as long as the India story of revival holds good, there is no need to panic
Whether it is fixed deposits, government bonds or equity, we are in that spot where returns are likely to be positive after adjusting for inflation. Savers have a small window in which to take their calls.
The trajectory of the current bull market is still upwards. it will take a flop budget and political reverses for the BJP to change the positive sentiment
Two out of three mutual fund schemes in India have been outperforming the market. It is probable that they can continue doing so till they grow to a size where they become the market
Despite falling net profit growth, the HDFC Bank scrip is valued at twice that of its main private sector peers. Is the valuation justified?
The Sensex, which surpassed 25K on Friday and closed at a new closing peak, has gained a solid 14 per cent this calendar year but shares of companies like Modison Metals and Modi Rubber have not made any fantastic gains.
Is the market rising too much, too fast? Not quite. Even now it is undervalued relative to its 2008 peak in real terms
The stock market are in neutral gear, thanks to the new uncertainty in politics: the AAP factor. Does this mean 2014 will again be a bad year for stocks?
The new CPI-linked government bonds will satisfy neither the average saver nor the high-net-worth individual.
Whenever gold has crashed this badly, there is usually a strong short-term rally. But gold prices may not have much further to fall anyway due to likely output cutbacks
The Inflation-Indexed Bond issue of 4 June may not be what the doctor ordered for the retail investors
There is a downside to investing in funds or shares through SIPs.