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Socially Responsible Investing is in great favour. But ‘vice’ tends to beat ‘virtue’ in investing
The Jains are among the richest and the smartest people operating in the stock market and many are guided by their religion in deciding what not to buy. They avoid stocks of companies dealing in leather liquor and even cigarettes. They also avoid hotel stocks because hotels serve...
How have the equity funds done on a risk-adjusted basis. ML Research Desk reports
How do you measure fund performance? In simple terms, it is the change in your net asset value over a period of time. But academics say that while returns are important, what is equally important is the degree of risk taken to achieve that return.
Risk evaluation is a part of any investment process,...
Car companies are on an expansion binge. Here is why you should be careful before buying their stocks
“A gunmetal-gray BMW 745 Li sedan slips out of Steven A Cohen’s 14-acre walled estate. The chauffeured car races along the winding backcountry hills of ultra-wealthy Greenwich [Connecticut]. At around 8am, it powers into the parking lot of SAC Capital Advisors. Cohen quickly emerges and darts...