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The empirical evidence that small-cap stocks do better than large-cap stocks is thin
Do smaller stocks do better than large-caps? Belief is widespread that they do. Mutual funds are bringing a plethora of schemes to buy mid-cap and small-cap stocks. DSP Merrill Lynch is even launching a scheme to invest in micro-caps. But James Montier, Global Equity Strategist of Dresdner Kleinwort has done...
Private equity has become a massive business. How does it work?
How do you invest in companies? You buy shares from the stock market. The big boys do it differently. They buy whole companies with a pool of money, improve the performance of these companies and then get them listed in the stock market. This kind of direct investment is called private equity investment as opposed to passive...
“Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future,” said Nils Bohr, Nobel laureate in Physics. A recent study shows that finance heads, who confidently forecast stock movements, are often wrong
Sometime in 1997, Ratan Tata invited all the major Telco suppliers to Lucknow to share his vision of where the industry was headed. He announced that Telco was going to double its...