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Commodity futures trading in India through national bourses was re-started in 2003, after a hiatus of four decades, this time through transparent, automated, screen-based exchanges. These markets are still viewed with suspicion and trading in rice, wheat and pulses was banned on complaints that futures trading had led to a price spiral in 2006. Trading remains restricted to a handful of...
Thanks for bringing out wonderful issues each fortnight. I have been a regular reader of MoneyLIFE since its launch in February 2006. I would like to bring a couple of investor-unfriendly practices of mutual funds.
I have two running SIPs one each in Reliance Growth Fund and Reliance Vision Fund. Each SIP is for Rs2,000/- and both of them end in December 2008. After the recent SEBI...
In MoneyLIFE (13th March, page 36), Bartronics has been assigned final grade - A (worth buying). In the 25 October 2007 issue (page 26-27), R Balakrishnan was totally negative about the stock. I feel such opposite views confuse investors. Could you please clarify?
Irshad Ahmed Khan, Nagpur 440013
Mr Balakrishnan is an independent columnist and his analysis was about the quality of their...