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Shruti Jadhav / Article rating: 3.5

Dalal Street Investment Journal has always been a pioneer in adopting the best practices so that our readers not only read the journal, but act in a prudent manner to take some sound decisions. Keeping in mind our logo “Democratising wealth creation,” we are pleased to have ranked 100 best business schools of the country, keeping the authenticity and objective of our tagline, intact. 


Vishal Dolas / Article rating: No rating

While some of the institutes are really striving to become world class in all respects, there are a good number of institutes that are running on expired courses and inefficient methods. In this era of intense competition and numerous choices, it is essential to be informed and aware of the relevant institutes and courses on offer.

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Indian markets set to open in green: Will broader markets rebound or continue to witness profit booking?

Karan Dsij / Article rating: 4.0

Overall, the key takeaway for Wednesday’s session was that the banking and financial stocks assisted the index to remain buoyant while the wreck in the broader markets kept traders on tenterhook. Going forward, we would recommend the readers to be selective in their long positions and follow proper risk management. 

T20 breakout stocks: Best swing trading stocks to keep an eye on!

Karan Dsij / Article rating: 3.7

Broader indices have been the star performers over the last several months but from the last two trading sessions, there is a change in the fate of broader indices as for the second day in a row, they have been underperforming the frontline indices.   So, let's have a look at the stocks featured in today’s T20 breakout system.

Broader markets underperform; banking stocks save the day for markets as Bank Nifty jumps over 2 per cent

Karan Dsij / Article rating: 3.8

The majority of the sectoral indices were trading in red with Nifty Realty being down by 1.73 per cent. On the other hand, Nifty Financial Services, Nifty Bank, and Nifty PSU Bank have advanced 2.68 per cent, 2.48 per cent, and 0.57 per cent, respectively.