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By Manish Misra on January 25, 2011
The stock market is arguably the most graphic example possible of the world’s collective consciousness—a never-ending, seesaw battle between buyers and sellers, optimists and pessimists. In this article we try to outline how you can use these emotional swings to your advantage and pick out of favor stocks.
By Manish Misra on March 12, 2010
Penny stocks are highly attractive to many investors. This is because they are cheap to buy and open the doors for many people who could not invest in standard and more expensive stocks. However, you can make a lot of mistakes if you’re not careful.
By Manish Misra on January 29, 2010
The rally in the equity markets has finally taken a breather. A bout of profit-booking was seen last week and it may be early to predict whether this is the start of the much-anticipated downturn in the equity markets. So, what should be your long term strategy to invest in such a scenario?
By Manish Misra on January 20, 2010
A general trend that one observes in the equity market is when share prices start falling, many investors, especially in the retail segment, follow a wait-and-watch policy to enter the market. They try to look beyond at the reversal of the ongoing trend.
By Manish Misra on January 19, 2010
Time is money, is a one-liner that says it all when it comes to investing in stocks! Timing your investment is extremely crucial. But, does it really matter in the long run? What is the return that you can expect to make by investing in stocks over 1 year, 3 years, 5 years or 10 and more years?
By Manish Misra on October 14, 2009
Have you ever wondered, how does investing in stock market compares with real estate investment? Well they both have their merits and demerits and are suitable for different sections of people.
By Manish Misra on September 30, 2009
Ahead of festive season this year, the stock markets are buzzing again! The Sensex closed above the 17000 mark for the first time since May 21, 2008.
By Manish Misra on September 21, 2009
Undoubtedly, the first quarter of 2009 was disappointing for the Stock Markets in India and world over. However, the Stock Markets now look set for better times.
By Manish Misra on August 14, 2009
The price to earnings (P/E) multiple or ratio is probably the most popular indicator used by investors for valuing stocks. It is the ratio of a company’s stock price to its earnings per share.
By Manish Misra on July 7, 2009
Union Budget 2009-10 can be termed as Rasna delivered in a Mirinda bottle. Functionally there are no problems with the Budget 2009-10, but it certainly didn’t meet the expectations that India Inc had with it. It simply lacked the expected Fizz!