hot stock tip
Stocks
R Balakrishnan

Here’s a hot stock tip

Today, everyone seems to be part of Whatsapp groups, Telegram channels etc which specialize in giving stock tips. As an individual, it is an extremely demanding ask to keep searching for new stocks, new ideas etc. There is a constant bombardment of ideas and stock tips from the media- television channels, internet business websites, free data providers, charts, tipsheets and more.

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International funds – what are your options now?
Strategies
Bhavana Acharya

International funds – what are your options now?

Funds investing internationally were the flavour of the season all of last year. That changed in February this year, when funds hit the ceiling set by the Reserve Bank on how much they could invest in overseas securities. When we first explained the scenario, expectations were that this cap would be increased in due course and international funds could open up again.

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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala - in the trail of a legend
Stocks
N V Chandrachoodamani

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala – in the trail of a legend

With an investment portfolio of $5 billion, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala (RKJ) has left a rich legacy behind him. While he started the journey with a modest capital that compounded over 3 decades, it is a record that may find it hard to be broken. In the words of his close aide Ramesh Damani, a proponent of compounding, it is over 50% CAGR in 35 years. 

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General
Aarati Krishnan

What should you do with your international funds?

With fears of a global slowdown and US recession taking hold, many investors are asking the question – what should I do with my international funds? This FAQ attempts answers.

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What’s next for HDFC MF investors
Commentary
Aarati Krishnan

What’s next for HDFC MF investors

Chief Investment Officers (CIOs) or star fund managers bidding goodbye to an AMC, or even the MF industry, has become a commonplace occurrence in India. The recent bull market has seen many well-known fund managers, from Kenneth Andrade of IDFC to Sunil Singhania of Nippon quit their MFs to seek greener pastures in managing PMS schemes or AIFs. 

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Navigating regulatory risks
General
R Balakrishnan

Navigating regulatory risks in stocks

Indian investors can pay dearly if they choose to ignore regulatory risk. The risk of a regulator suddenly putting a spoke in the wheel of a sector or company that’s sailing along, cannot be quantified. It is a subjective assessment.

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Why these 6 Prime Stock Screeners make you an equity pro!
Stocks
N V Chandrachoodamani

Why these 6 Prime Stock Screeners make you an equity pro!

Prime Stock Screeners help you narrow your stock choices by applying meaningful filters. If you are not sure what filters will help, our Premium screeners (see the second tab from the right on the above Screener link) – which are nothing but readymade screeners – will help you narrow your filter choices to specific parameters. 

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How I handle bear markets
General
R Balakrishnan

How I handle bear markets

As per the above table, we are not yet in a bear market, though it would seem to be just round the corner. But what the data shows is that the period taken to recover from the onset of a bear market back to regaining the previous peaks can be as short as three months or as long as 74 months.

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PrimeInvestor Auto++ smallcase
General
PrimeInvestor Research Team

PrimeInvestor Auto++ smallcase

The PrimeInvestor Auto++ smallcase puts together auto companies, auto component players, and other diversified companies that are involved in the design and technology transformations unfolding in the industry.

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Are we at market capitulation?
Markets
Aarati Krishnan

When the last bull throws in the towel: Are we at market capitulation?

Capitulation marks the end phase that puts a full stop to a bear market and lays the foundation for the next bull phase. 

Capitulation is a phase when the sentiment turns so negative that the bellwether indices, stock prices and stock valuations plunge to levels which fundamental analysts didn’t even imagine! When Warren Buffett asks you to ‘buy when there’s blood on the Street’, it is the capitulation phase he’s referring to.

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