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No beating about the bush.
The legendary trader and later US statesman Bernard Baruch had famously said: “I made money by selling too soon.” There are a million books on what to buy and how to buy. These are based on value investing, growth investing, chart patterns and many other techniques. Tucked away at the fag end of these books are sections on when to sell. Very few books focus on short-selling. The treatment on...
At the time of writing this piece, the Sensex has finished higher for four straight weeks. We had mentioned earlier that most of the negative news appears to have been factored in and that the index was unlikely to go down. The least positive news would have been enough to create a sharp rally. This is exactly what has happened. What can we expect now? There is a good resistance at around...
Two years ago, Amgen’s David Beier estimated that the biotechnology industry had lost $100 billion in its three decades, but still enjoyed a stock market valuation of $500 billion. By the end of 2006, experience seemed to elbow aside hope. That year, investors yanked $6.4 billion from funds focused on biotechnology and healthcare in the US, the industry’s capital. They withdrew another $5.4...