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No beating about the bush.
These are not lazy times. Employees are hyperactive, job-hopping. Employers are hyperactive, expanding their businesses. The stock market is the most hyperactive of all, yo-yoing in a gut-wrenching manner every other day. At times like these, it may be wise to be calm and laid back in your investment approach rather than chase every hot stock you can lay your hands on. It may be a good idea to...
While the recent bull run in the Indian markets has
been driven by large-cap stocks, there are a few exceptions. Notable among them is ITC. The scrip started rising from March 2003 until March 2004 when
it topped out at Rs77. It declined to Rs57 in the middle of June 2004. A fresh rally started and ITC hit Rs137
in September 2005. The scrip declined to the Rs115 level on 28 October...
There is hectic activity at the Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL) these days; but none of it involves any effort to nail those involved in the attempt to loot the organisation and scoot with its wholly-owned subsidiary SHCIL Services Limited (SSL), as we had highlighted in our cover story “Loot and Scoot” (MoneyLIFE 5 July 2007). The effort is probably to bury the scam. A few...