Real estate and infrastructure stocks delivered better results midway into quarter two.
Win some lose some MONEY TODAY portfolios have seen some rejigs. However, more than short-term volatility, it has to do with our long-term objectives.
ICICI, Mindtree show impressive growth We scan through dozens of research reports from investment houses every fortnight to present you the six most relevant stock recommendations. Improvement in some urban amenities, growth of IT/ITeS industry and resurgence of mining in Orissa has fuelled real estate in the city. Here we analyse selected funds and tell you how they have been faring.
Tasting the Asian tigers Here we give present a report card of a select mutual fund. It's the ICICI Prudential Indo Asia Equity Fund this time. Most people live within their credit limits, not income limits. EMI is a better indicator of affordability than the MRP. MONEY TODAY presents a new way to compute affordability.
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Tiding over troubled times In the long run fundamentals are the key determinants. Even the greatest bull market witnessed sharp declines. Trying to predict the direction of the market over the near term is an exercise in futility.
Chemistry of stock picking A sharp decline in equities is Christmas for the smart researcher. Even as the quick-fixers complain of being put out of a living, the serious look at their watch and say, ‘Oh, time to get back to work’.
Just a few speedbumps The recent cyclical monetary tightening will only moderate, not derail, the strength in spending. And the impact of higher interest rates will not kill the investment boom currently under way.
Pursuit of passion A life-changing move would mean that you are attempting to find a new mission; a pursuit of your passion. The Bombay Stock Exchange's Sensex, the most-monitored index of stock prices, exaggerates volatility. MONEY TODAY dissects it to show you how.
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