Monthly Archives: July 2008

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Investment Nuggets by Mark Mobius

Known for his proficiency in emerging markets, Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman of Templeton, guides the judgment of many fund managers across globe. Joining Templeton in 1987 as president of the Templeton Emerging Markets Fund, he offered US investors the first … Continue reading

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No one is smarter than the market: Aswath Damodaran

Among the best known experts on valuations with several books on the topic to his credit, Aswath Damodaran is a professor of finance and the David Margolis Teaching Fellow at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Damodaran’s … Continue reading

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What Lessons Did You Learn or Relearn from the Recent Market Crash?

The recent market correction has taught (again) every investor a thing or two. Although the recovery in the past weeks has given investors some relief, but some of the losses might as well be permanent loss of capital. We started … Continue reading

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Not the bottom yet, but time to pick some long-term investments

Having sleepless nights seeing the Sensex gyrate to the tunes of rising oil prices? Hurt by inflation? What about politics? Will the FIIs continue to stay away from the Indian stock market? What should you do with your investments? Should … Continue reading

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Market Views

Market Views Market No body knows where it is headed Fundamentals Overtaken by fear Valuations At attractive levels Strategy Selective stock picking irrespective of market Sectors to buy Capital goods, construction, telecom Sectors to avoid Interest rate sensitive – auto, … Continue reading

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10 most important investment sayings

Why did the share price of Woodside — a big producer of oil and gas — fall by 4 per cent as oil prices soared? And why have the share prices of Australian banks — with their balance sheets and … Continue reading

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