Recently the Indian markets touched record high levels and the mood in the markets was jubilant. With the Sensex and Nifty near their peaks, there is a wide speculation about the direction the markets will take in the future and what it means for the retail investors.
Friday, 13 December 2013
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
What is common to Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, The University of Nicosia in Greece, Cheapair.com, Baidu, Reddit and a few hundred more business, or probably a few thousands more? Let me give you a hint, the words ‘Silk Road’ may help ring a few bells.
Saturday, 7 December 2013
The markets had an air of positivity from early this week which ended in a zoom after the exit polls results were out for the state elections. Aiding the mood of the market in the week were the good manufacturing PMI numbers, the news about sharp reduction in CAD and the fact that India may be having its way in the WTO meet.
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
The IT industry has been and will continue to be an attractive option for investors due to the good returns it has given in the past and the potential to give better returns in the future. This sector will always remain the favourite with the investors because of the ability to give good RoI.
Saturday, 30 November 2013
The market was positive for most of the week showing a negative bias for only a day or two. Once the F&O expiry was done with on Thursday, the market zoomed on the last trading session on expectations of good Q2 GDP figure. The highlights of the week are :
Thursday, 28 November 2013
The pharmaceuticals industry in India has been the flavour of the market with its low beta nature and its standing as a wealth creator from the perspective of last 5yrs. It is one of the sectors which is affected minimally due to the domestic macro-economic condition as most of the business of this sector comes from outside India.