Random Musings

  • Open season

    Should investors press the sell button when open offers come at a premium to prevailing share prices? A ready reckoner

  • Investment should not dance to market tunes

    When the bears dare to eat into the capital, hold on to your investments till the bulls return to recoup these capital losses.

  • The Indian investor gets savvier

    Domestic investors are showing greater maturity in the face of global turmoil as they keep faith in the market. The confidence stems from the fact that India’s growth is shielded from global upheavals.

  • PE on prowl

    The Board of Directors of Nagarjuna Construction Company has accorded its in-principle approval for issue of two crore shares and 91 lakh convertible warrants, aggregating to Rs 615 crore to the US-based private equity giant Blackstone

  • When stocks get ‘re-’ or ‘de-rated’

    Just as a re-rating can inflate returns from stocks of high-growth companies, a de-rating coupled with slowing earnings growth can be a double whammy for investors.

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