Acting Right in a Raging Bull Market
It is easy to sell a stock, when we are sitting on a profit. When we are not, it is not an easy task. It is a natural human tendency to hold on to stocks that have dipped below our purchase price, expecting them to recover, at some point. Behavioural finance experts call it ‘loss aversion’ bias. Often, stocks don’t come up to the purchase price for a very long time, even a couple of years....
Archived Premium Content
This article is outside your subscription period. You can buy this article individually.
SINGLE ARTICLE
Rs 50-Rs 100 + GST
Access will be given ONLY to this article.
 
Already a subscriber ? Log in
Special Situation: Eureka Forbes Demerger – Is There Value Still?
Moneylife Digital Team 07 October 2021
Forbes & Company Ltd (FCL) is a diversified conglomerate that is into precision tools, residential real estate development, textiles, shipping and health & hygiene products, such as water-purifiers and vacuum–cleaners, through its...
Diagnostics Labs: Metropolis Healthcare – Strong Growth Ahead
Moneylife Digital Team 07 October 2021
In our series on diagnostic labs, we look at Metropolis Healthcare Limited (Metropolis). It is one of the largest diagnostic chains in India with presence across 19 states in India and some foreign countries. It had dominant market...
Free Helpline
Legal Credit
Feedback