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With Nifty mapping an upward trajectory, charts are suggesting strong support for these two stocks

After witnessing a sharp upside bounce on 7th April 2020, Nifty continued to show follow-through upmove in the better part of Wednesday’s session amidst a volatility

Economic impact of coronavirus deepens, second round of relief package for corporate India in offing

The government is all set to announce another round of relief measures for corporate India targeted at specific sectors that were worst hit by the pandemic and lockdown.

Worried about your equity portfolio being deep in red? Three steps that could help in the long run

While a lot has been written and spoken about the impact of this crisis across the socio-economic strata, the immediate visibility of the same is seen in the performance of the stock markets.

Lockdown effect: Opportunity to accumulate good quality stocks for long-term investment perspective

Tough conditions also provide an opportunity to accumulate good quality stocks for the long term. Historically, tough conditions have not lasted too long.

Gold up for sixth consecutive quarter. Investors be prepared for choppy trend in near-term

Many investors were forced to liquidate gold positions in order to raise cash to cover losing equity and to meet margin calls.

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In times of volatility and panic, don’t forget to sanitize your mutual funds portfolio

Very few good mutual funds schemes are available, and if we use proper “reference” to select mutual funds schemes, we would have been able to reduce the loss to capital.

At some point when the stock markets stabilise, your returns from gold will slow down, but your equity returns will start improving again.

With markets stuck in a range, charts are suggesting support for this stock’s recent surge

After falling sharply for several weeks and bouncing back sharply from the lows of 7511 last week, this week began on a quiet note as the Nifty traded in a range between the 8199-8679 levels. 

Don’t know if equity markets have bottom out? Three indicators that show it is a good time to buy shares

Global markets have corrected by 30-40%, crude price has halved (reaching near 20 year low) and the world is facing a global pandemic not seen in 100 years.

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Caution stock market investors! Avoid panic selling or buying of stocks amid high volatility

Amid high volatility, investors need to be extremely cautious while making trading decisions and avoid any panic selling or buying of stocks.

Rapid recovery later this year? Expert suggests picking up large-cap stocks at beaten down prices

Due to the lockdowns, India will also witness a sharp contraction in GDP forecasts. FIIs have been aggressive sellers of Indian equities and with lack of buying support stocks are falling disproportio

After a strong bounce-back from recent lows, charts suggest these two stocks could surge further

Markets continued to fall this week. A strong bounce back in the last two sessions from the lows helped to erase some of the losses seen in the early part of the week.

Scared of small-cap investing? Here’s how one can avoid landmines in small-caps

There are two ways to look at small-cap investing. One, take a very conventional view that it is a highly risky space and avoid it all-together. The other is to take a more contrarian, but an objectiv

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Time to buy shares: Accumulate big names, watch defensive sectors such as FMCG l INTERVIEW

As the share market continues to reel under the growing stress of Coronavirus, frontline shares such as Reliance Industries Ltd, HDFC Bank, L&T and TCS have stolen as much as 30-40 per cent since the

How to handle rupee volatility as coronavirus hits global market

Exporters having underlying orders which are unhedged should hedge the entire amount by forwards or options.

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Nifty may see more weakness in near term; here’s what to expect

The sharp down trended move continued in the market for the third consecutive session on Wednesday and Nifty witnessed a steep decline of 498 points.

Why protecting your money against the US Dollar is important?

The global economic slowdown triggered by the coronavirus has started hurting the global economy. The collapse in the global oil price and heavy falls in equity markets have created new uncertainty. 

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SBI Cards listing price could be muted, other sectors might be fruitful amid volatility: Vinod Nair

SBI Cards is expected to be listed in the coming week. With high volatility in the market, SBI Cards might not perform as it was expected to on the listing day but there are other sectors that investo

Bears in control: Charts suggest these two stocks can still help investors despite weak markets

After falling sharply in the last two weeks and negative weekly closings for the last three weeks, this week too began on a negative note as the Nifty opened on Monday with a gap down. In the process,

Additional Tier I Bonds (Perpetual Bonds): The Case of Yes Bank

By Sameer Kaul The primary purpose of a bank is to engage in the business of banking, which entails taking deposits and giving loans. For engaging in this business, banks are required to have sufficie

How to make share market work well for you: Learn from history, take advantage of volatility | INTERVIEW

Sachin Shah, Fund Manager, Emkay Investment Managers says in an interview with Kshitij Bhargava that there are signs of economic revival and valuations are also more reasonable within the broader mark

PMS vs Mutual Funds: What’s the difference after SEBI’s rule changes on portfolio services

PMS is usually offered as an investment solution to high net worth investors. With greater flexibility and higher customisation, PMS aims to generate alpha over the relevant index.

Market opportunity amid coronavirus: Here’s how USD-INR, Brent relation may play crucial role

The relationship between USDINR and Brent has always been evident and has held through cyclicality and seasonality.

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Six stocks that may gain as GST, IBC, Jan Dhan, Aadhaar help Modi formalise economy

By S Ranganathan, Ashwin Patil, Anusha Raheja With the formalisation of the economy helped by Government of India’s linking of Jan Dhan Accounts with mobile numbers and Aadhaar cards to plug leaka

As Sensex, Nifty trade volatile, these stocks offer good bets after budget; here are 2 key concerns

Even as Sensex and Nifty see volatility after the budget, sectors such as consumption, chemicals, private banks, and FMCG may provide a buying opportunity, an investment manager said.

As Sensex, Nifty trade volatile, here’s market strategy for investors; ICICI Bank, SBI, L&T good bets

Even as Sensex and Nifty have recovered from the budget-day lows, the investors are recommended to adopt a strategy of buy on dips looking at the sharp surge in the past days, said an investor.

Good time to buy shares; don’t worry about post-Budget stock market volatility | INTERVIEW

While the stock market is expected to remain volatile for some time, it must not deter investors from loading up good quality shares.

Amid rising stock market volatility, Coronavirus scare may further weaken equity indices; here’s how

Amid the global economic growth slowdown, Coronavirus scare further threatens to bring down the global demand, said Rajesh Chereuvu, Chief Investment Officer, Validus Wealth.

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