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Aug 29, 2011
Experts pick 10 all-weather stocks for the long-haulIt's time for storm shelters. And if you are buying stocks, it is best to stick with the safest and the best - most of them large-cap stocks.
Aug 25, 2011
Steve Jobs: From rebel icon to merchant of coolBoth Steve Jobs and Apple have travelled a great distance from their origins as icons of righteous capitalism. They both now have been reduced to symbols of consumerist cool, much like their iPad.
Jun 21, 2011
Whoever bugged Pranab-da was playing for high stakesWhoever planted listening devices in the finance minister's office was playing a high-stakes game. The collaborators would surely have needed an internal accomplice.
Jun 16, 2011
5 reasons why food prices will keep rising, and risingIt is simply unrealistic to expect food price inflation to moderate in a hurry when so many factors are working against this.
May 23, 2011
Dollar is in the driver's seat; crude and silver on the skidsThe recent dollar uptrend is far from over, which should put commodity bulls on notice. Next week investors must wait for a correction in the dollar index to the 74.50 level before going long.
May 17, 2011
Goldman bullish on JSW Steel as valuation shinesBroking firms Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Merrill Lynch have recommended the buy rating for JSW Steel due to its attractive valuation and better-than-expected results.
May 12, 2011
Why the Buddha never smiledAs we mark the 13th anniversary of Operation Shakti, in which India conducted five nuclear test explosions, and the 37th anniversary of Smiling Buddha, when Indira's India first went nuclear with a test explosion at Pokharan, we find ourselves in the gutter with a bloody nose and several stinking questions.
May 09, 2011
Retail investor needs more than reassurance, Mr SinhaShareholder activism will not take off in India unless institutional investors have more exposure to Indian companies. And this cannot happen unless retail investors give that mandate to them.
May 08, 2011
Air India: Upgrade to sellThe taxpayer is losing money every day. From a dominant market leadership 10 years ago in the domestic market, Air India now owns only a tenth of the market. Something must be done.