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With the markets facing pressure, the Nifty may fall to sub-4,800 levels, offering a negative outlook for the short and the long term.
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Kamya Jaiswal realises that interpreting quarterly results is not easy, but the hands-on approach is educational.
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A combination of derivative market tools like open interest and futures prices can help determine the cash market direction.
Analysts are hard put to dispute that markets will be volatile this year. And volatility means opportunities to buy at dips.
The combination of stocks and options can offer unlimited gains with limited risks to shortterm investors.
The stocks that have paid high dividends in the past few years have also outperformed the Sensex, making them sound picks for investors.
The Nifty's slide is no reason to worry. In fact, it's time to scout for stocks that are bound to yield good returns in the medium term.
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Moving up the learning curve, Kamya Jaiswal selects a benchmark to evaluate the growth of her portfolio.
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Market rookie Kamya Jaiswal realises that choosing right sectors is as vital as picking good stocks.
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