Monthly Archives: March 2006

Markets: What's the theme?

Source: Equitymaster.com The ‘India story’ is well and truly on. Global investors from places like the US, Japan and even Saudi Arabia have poured in billions of dollars into the Indian markets in order to cash in on the growth … Continue reading

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Markets: A journey to the past!

Source: Equitymaster.com Are the Indian stock markets over valued? Is there any upside left? Can the phenomenal rise in the stock market over the last three years sustain? With the indices making new highs every other day, these are the … Continue reading

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India: Not the only bull market

Source: BS India is not the only bull market in the world right now. Several markets have touched multi-year highs in March including the US, Mexico, Indonesia, Singapore and France. Some markets such as Brazil and Hong Kong and even … Continue reading

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India calling: The best place for investment

Source: ETBB “The best story is one based on domestic consumption, India is one,” says emerging market evangelist Robert Lloyd George in ET Big Bucks’ exclusive ‘Foreign Hand’ series Visionaries are people ahead of the majority, often by many years. … Continue reading

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Markets: Of Fear and Greed

by Parag Parikh/ ETBB We all hear about Greed and Fear in the markets and today I wish to show you how markets behave when they are under these two emotional outbursts. In the early ’03, the sensex was at … Continue reading

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Markets: Irrational exuberance

Source: DNA Money Despite warnings from leading brokerages that most Indian stocks are expensive, the Sensex continues on its northward journey. Optimists who defend the rally say that the price-earnings valuation of the Sensex is only about 20 times currently, … Continue reading

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Markets: No 'con-sensex', please!

Source: Equitymaster.com One of the fallouts of a democratic set-up in a country (for good or for worse) is the need to arrive at a ‘consensus’ to do (not do) things. And we, as the biggest democracy in the world, … Continue reading

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