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COVER STORY Vol 32 Issue No 26

Short Selling The Shortcut To Make Money

The Short-cut To Make Money! When markets are trending up it is easy to make many. It is when the markets are sliding down that the problem arises. Karan Bhojwani explains in detail how to optimally profit from falling markets!!One of the primary reasons individuals put their money into the stock market is because over time stocks tend to rise and provide a decent measure of returns for the invest...

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Editorial

Markets In No Mood To Reward Bears, So Stay Bullish!

Once again markets have tested investors’ conviction as stock prices went d...

Special Report

Cryptocurrency: Virtual Currency, Real Risk

Bitcoin is the most popular digital currency which is not owned by any orga...

Special Report

Will Rise In Crude Oil Prices Impact Equity Markets?

Crude oil prices are on a boil and are up by more than 30 percent in one ye...

Analysis

Partake Now In The Future Of Retail

Future Retail Limited is an India-based retail FMCG major. The Kishore Biya...

Expert Opinion

Avoid These Mistakes To Get The Best From Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are fast emerging as ideal investment options that have the po...

Informed Intelligence

Kerbside

The recommendations provided in this column are taken from various market s...

Market Moves

Markets Looking For New Trigger!!

Global market showed signs of weakness in the past couple of weeks, with ma...

Tax Queries

Tax Column

Whatever income you have earned outside India as a non-resident is not taxa...

Technicals

NIFTY Index Chart Analysis

India's sovereign rating upgradation by Moody's with a stable outlook was a...

Wassup Trackpad

TRACKPAD

The US-based rating agency Moody’s has upgraded the sovereign credit rating...
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Overnight Digest: Stocks to look out for on November 27

Overnight Digest: Stocks to look out for on November 27

The stocks that are likely to witness significant movement on the bourses on November 27 are Sadbhav Infrastructure Project Limited, The Karnataka Bank Limited, Talwalkars Better Value Fitness Limited, Salora International Limited, and Metalyst Forgings Limited. 

How to select new fund offer?

How to select new fund offer?

Many investors get attracted towards new fund offer (NFO) by mutual funds without understanding if they really need that. Read on to understand why you should invest in NFO and checklist before investing.

Swaraj Engines buzzes on share buyback plan

Swaraj Engines buzzes on share buyback plan

The company informed the bourses that the Board of Directors will on November 28, 2017 consider a proposal to buyback the equity shares of the company.

 

Bitcoin firmly trends northwards

Bitcoin firmly trends northwards

On breaching 8230 level, we expect Bitcoin to move up further, but some profit booking may be seen on higher levels.

Electrification to boost rail stocks, momentum is picking up

Electrification to boost rail stocks, momentum is picking up

Railway stocks are seen gaining grounds on the bourses and are on the verge of their prolonged multiple resistance breakout. The stock prices are moving in line with the news of electrification of railway lines.

Ten stocks close to their 52-week low

Ten stocks close to their 52-week low

Following stocks are close to their 52-week low as at 12.46 p.m. on November 24.

Ten stocks close to their 52-week high

Ten stocks close to their 52-week high

The markets on November 24 opened flat. BSE Sensex is trading at 33,670.44, up by 82.36 points and the Nifty is trading at 10,386.05, up by 37.30 points.

Is barring promoters from bidding for their distressed assets wise?

Is barring promoters from bidding for their distressed assets wise?

The government has in a hurry promulgate an ordinance to amend the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, (IBC) 2016.

Five stocks with selling interest

Five stocks with selling interest

Overall volumes in futures & options currently stand at 1.19 crore contracts with a turnover of Rs. 11,34,036.47 crore.

Five stocks with buying interest

Five stocks with buying interest

Overall volumes in futures & options currently stand at 1.19 crore contracts with a turnover of Rs. 11,34,036.47 crore.