Monday, 27 February 2017

8 mantras to spot multibaggers; Be ready to be spoilt for choice in IPO mart

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Eight simple cues that can tell you if a stock is multibagger in the making

A multibagger idea is akin to a bamboo tree – you take a little seed, plant it, water it for five years before the tree sprouts and grows 100 feet in six months.

Chartists, fundamental analysts agree this stock can take you to La La Land this year

The stock surged nearly 10 per cent last week even as the charts yielded a breakout of the triangular pattern after nine years of underperformance.

Five IPOs queue up to hit the market, will leave investors spoilt for choice

D-Mart is a Mumbai-based retail chain. This is one of the most profitable retail chain. The issue price is expected to be between Rs 290 and Rs 300 a share.

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Market Watch 27 Feb | 04:11PM|
SENSEX NIFTY USD/INR GOLD
28812.88
-80.09
8896.70
-42.80
66.72
0.04
29600.00
-23.00
Gainers Losers 27 Feb, 2017, 04:11PM IST, PTI|View All
Company Name Live Price Change (%) Volume High Low
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Sovereign gold bonds open; 10 things you must know before investing in them

The scheme is aimed at unlocking 20,000 tonnes of the precious metal lying idle in households and temples, whose worth is estimated at around $800 billion.

BLOG: Look who moved the market all through Monday

The undercurrent of the market is bullish, but global cues seem to be hinting at some weakness ahead on US President Donald Trump's address to the Congress.

Buffett's new-found love for aviation surprises all: Is there a cue for Dalal Street?

India recorded 9.6 million air passengers in January, up 25.7% from the same month last year, thanks to lower ticket prices and improving economic outlook.

HNIs, retail investors hiked stake in these stocks in Q3; do you hold them?

In the BSE500 index, retail investors stood buyers in nearly 300 companies as of December 2016 compared with that at the end of September quarter of 2016.

50 firms that defied cash ban to log over 100% jump in Q3 net; are they good bets?

Despite the impact of demonetisation, the December quarter turned out to be a better one generally for all domestic-oriented firms, barring power & telecom.

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Sunday, 26 February 2017

Nifty likely to trade in 8,950-9,000 range with bullish bias; Experts advise caution

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What's up ahead: Nifty may see tepid start; undercurrent remains buoyant

Market is likely to see a negative start as it begins the week in the overbought territory near a major area of resistance that has a double top formation.

What changed overnight and top market cues you must know 

Investors would be keenly eyeing Donald Trump's first address to the US Congress on Tuesday. Trump's first Budget proposal will spare big social welfare programs.

5 factors that are likely to chart market direction this week 

There could be some stock specific action but largely the next week will be guided by liquidity flows, as well as macro data such as GDP, car sales, and PMI.

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Market Watch 27 Feb | 09:02AM|
SENSEX NIFTY USD/INR GOLD
28854.51
-38.46
8989.40
49.90
66.82
-0.15
29630.0
179.0
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52W - Highs 52W - Lows 27 Feb, 2017, 09:02AM IST, PTI|View All
Company Name Live Price Change (%) Volume High Low
Indiabulls Ventures 39.90 8.28 2259228 40.15 36.75
B&A Ltd 242.25 7.88 28112 249.40 226.55
Kisan Mouldings 87.45 7.70 183933 89.90 81.20
Shashijit Infraprojects Ltd. 16.95 7.62 16000 16.95 16.95
Vardhman Hold 2661.80 7.23 437 2748.95 2475.05

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We see more value in largecaps than midcaps: Navin Agarwal, Motilal Oswal Financial Services

​ Domestic institutional inflows, which have propelled the market to near lifetime highs t...

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Dark clouds tend to rain gold, says Buffet

For what it's worth, Buffett is not the only person who has articulated this line of thinking over the course of history. Napoleon once said that: "Men are moved by two levers only: fear and self-interest."

Sebi for overhaul of board governance at listed firms
Regulator: China needs to rein in risky stock behavior
With Trump immigration threat looming, India raps on WTO doors
ONGC set to create energy giant with control of HPCL
Britannia, Amul, Dabur to raise prices in packaged products 
It's Gandhi vs Gandhi as UP gears up for the fifth phase of polls
Nokia relaunches the iconic 3310 for under Rs 4000 
Faced with Jio's competition, Airtel may now drop roaming charges
Sun Pharma resets goals, to focus on quality
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