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Newly converted bulls may be headed for a frustrating time
In our previous issue, we had said we expect this rally to go past 12,000 – possibly beyond. The Sensex closed at 12,173 in the week ended 15th May. We had also said that we cannot see a turning point for this market because sentiment as well as liquidity is at very high levels and they form a potent mix for the bulls. We had said...
Should you follow the old market saying, ‘When in May, sell and go away’?
Markets are on a tear globally. The Sensex is up 40% from its lows and is now one of the bestperforming markets during this rally. In our previous issue, we had suggested that the market was ripe for a pullback; the levels to watch out for were 10,900, 10,600 and 10,100. In the event, we did get a pullback; the Sensex...
Time for a smaller and limited version of that discredited idea
There is a time and place for everything. Three years ago, the word decoupling was shorthand for the argument that emerging economies would outpace the growth of Western countries and, therefore, their stock markets were the place to be invested in. Indeed, all sectors of the Indian economy were booming simultaneously – quite...