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Sowmya Kamath
July 2, 2013
Valuations of fast moving consumer goods, or FMCG, stocks have run up quite a bit and it may be time for a correction, say experts. While analysts are not denying that the sector will continue to grow, many say it's time to book profit and not invest.

Sowmya Kamath
June 10, 2013
Trading in non-convertible redeemable preference shares and privately-placed redeemable preference shares, experts say, will give people one more liquid investment option.

Sowmya Kamath
May 1, 2013
Foreign institutional investors are faithfully pumping inmoney into Indian stock markets despite concerns over the economy.

Sowmya Kamath
April 9, 2013
Portfolio management services works well when the service offered is highly customised. Otherwise, mutual funds are a better option.

Sowmya Kamath
April 3, 2013
A cut in the repo rate lowers banks' borrowing costs. Prices of bonds, which banks had bought when interest rates were high, rise as there is a scramble among investors to lap up these higher-yielding securities.

Sowmya Kamath
February 22, 2013
Stock exchanges release a list of illiquid stocks every quarter based on criteria decided by them and the market regulator. Mutual funds hold a few illiquid stocks. These stocks, most of which are not tracked by brokerage houses due to low public float, may turn out to be multi-baggers in the coming years.

Sowmya Kamath
March 5, 2013
At a time India's economy is slowing and growth expectations are low, shareholders have become touchy about anything that lowers the earnings per share. One such area is royalty payments to parent companies based abroad.

Sowmya Kamath
January 4, 2013
The investment scenario has been buoyant in 2012. The domestic stock market is going strong. Commodities and debt, too, have given decent returns to investors. Money Today tells you what to expect in 2013.

Pritam P Hans and Sowmya Kamath
January 23, 2013
Electronic transactions are fast catching on but branch banking is unlikely to go out of fashion completely.

Sowmya Kamath
November 29, 2012
There are ways to assess funds that have been in existence for just a few years. The fund's comparison with peers over one year can give a picture about its performance, though planners say one year is too short a period to judge a scheme.

Pritam P. Hans and Sowmya Kamath
November 22, 2012
Electronic transactions are fast catching on. Technology is not only making banking convenient for customers, it has also allowed banks to expand their businesses faster. The cost of servicing a client is highest at a branch followed by ATMs, online and mobile phones.

Sowmya Kamath
November 14, 2012
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala who is perhaps the most tracked Indian equity investor says he is most bullish on retail, pharma and banking stocks.

Sowmya Kamath
November 16, 2012
Investing in government companies is often considered safe. However, investor experience has not been uniform in the past. For instance, the Coal India initial public offer was hugely profitable for retail investors, while investors in NMDC's follow-on offer lost money.

Tanvi Varma & Sowmya Kamath
November 6, 2012
The reforms euphoria and the joy of seeing sudden resuscitation of a government that had gone into an extended policy coma gave a 10% boost to the BSE Sensex in a month. Is it time to tweak your investment strategy? Yes, say experts.

Sowmya Kamath
October 31, 2012
While big technology companies such as Infosys and Wipro give earnings guidance, some like Larsen & Toubro give revenue estimates. Some auto companies guide for sales while pharmaceutical companies give guidance on revenue growth. Banks provide estimates of credit growth.

Sowmya Kamath
November 27, 2012
Struggling to catch attention, Indian fund houses have come out with a number of unique products. While uniqueness captures attention, can it ensure higher returns as well?

Sowmya Kamath
November 23, 2012
A few minutes in the wrong market can ruin a profitable investment corpus.  It is important to maintain caution in the current market as it is still dependent on reforms coming through. Exercise caution with optimism while FEAR (the) BEAR factors play out.

Sowmya Kamath
October 22, 2012
The Securities & Exchange Board of India has taken a host of steps to protect the retail stock investors. Let's see what relief they will give to small investors.

Sowmya Kamath
October 11, 2012
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which offer both the flexibility of a stock and the protection of a fund, are becoming popular with Indian investors.

Sowmya Kamath
September 10, 2012
Research reports by well-known firms can move stock prices. And if the report is too harsh on the company, the result is a bitter controversy, with both sides pointing fingers at each other.

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