Monthly Archives: January 2006

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Click on the link to read the full story The Wash Sale Rule, Explained Greenspan steps down after 18yrs Bullish on Dabur India, says SSKI Brokers bullish on Tata Steel, Dr Reddy’s, IDBI, ITC Gujarat Ambuja: Consolidating locally Stock watch: … Continue reading

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India – The Current Account Challenge: Morgan Stanley

by Chetan Ahya and Mihir Sheth/ Morgan Stanley What’s New? The rising current account deficit is threatening to slow the virtuous cycle of strong capital inflows: sharp fall in real interest rates, stronger consumption growth, above-trend GDP growth attracting higher … Continue reading

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Click on the link to read the full story Investor protection? It’s time Sebi woke up Wanna be a day trader? Get your moves right Brokers bullish on Allahabad Bank, ACC, Maruti Udyog Markets: Speed-Breaker Ahead In this Bull Market, … Continue reading

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P-Es aren't perfect for picking stocks

by Matt Krantz/USA Today Q: Is a company with a low price-to-earnings ratio (P-E) a bargain? Are stocks with P-Es below 15 cheap? A: Wouldn’t it be great if all you had to do was buy a stock with a … Continue reading

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What Rakesh Jhunjhunwala & other Money Monarchs expect this year?

SI Team / Mumbai January 30, 2006 Seven stock market stalwarts debate the prospects for Indian stocks in the annual round-table organised by Capitalideasonline.com. Ramesh Damani: Good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to this round table. In the comedy … Continue reading

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Click on the link to read the full story Know more about portfolio managers Software mid-caps: Target for acquisitions Are your closets more organised than your finances? Q3 report card: Cheer with caution Merger to unlock wealth “In the short … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Reading List

I got this list while surfing the net. I hope you find it useful. If you find any misses please leave a comment. Groupthink*****. Irving L Janis. Houghton Mifflin: 1982. (The best book ever written on the complexities and pitfalls … Continue reading

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