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Value traps or undervalued? 18 companies in BSE500 index trade at low price-to-book value

(Published in Moneycontrol) Clearly many companies look undervalued but the real question is should one consider investing in these companies or are they value traps? The Indian market has rallied about 50 percent from the lows recorded in March 2020. After a sharp rise, investors are now looking to add stocks that are trading at…
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DAILY VOICE: Based on AGM announcements, RIL is Indian FAANG, all rolled into one, says Vikas Gupta of OmniScience Capital

Published in Moneycontrol Q) What will be the biggest risk for investors in the second half of 2020? A) The COVID-19 situation is still like Schrodinger’s cat. Only when you open the box do you know whether the cat is dead or alive. Similarly, the resolution of the COVID-19 situation is still unknown. Only when…
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InterDigital: A Hidden Source Providing An Asymmetric Reward Potential In A 5G And Video Tech Company

Published in Seeking Alpha IDCC provides exposure to the fast growing 5G and large consumer video electronics markets. It is projected to double revenues from $340 million to $700 million over next five years while maintaining relatively stable costs. IDCC has Apple and Samsung as its licensing customers and has recently added Huawei. These 3…
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Why 2010-20 was a depressing decade for equity investments

Published in the Mint The decade gone by has been a cruel one for equity mutual fund investors. The 10-year returns on India’s Nifty 50 index are just 9%. An investor making a fixed deposit (FD) at the start of the decade would have got a similar pre-tax return. Read on

Top 10 PMSes delivered double-digit returns in June, mid & smallcap schemes flavour of the month

Published in Moneycontrol Despite a series of rating downgrades, a deadly border clash with China and an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases, the market remained resilient in June rising, 7.66 percent on a month-on-month basis. … Asit C Mehta Ace Mulitcap took the third spot, with a month-on-month return of 16.4 percent … Read on…
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US Returns: Emerging platforms that are making investment in US stocks seamless

Published in ET Magazine   Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook. What can Indian retail investors who want a piece of the action in the hottest technology companies in the world do? Read on @ ET Magazine

Being Proactive Is The Need Of The Hour

Published in Dalal Street Investment Journal Several Indian sectors could benefit from the “Make in India” initiative and in the post-pandemic scenario, India’s Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative and the international initiative to restructure global supply chains will help reduce dependency on China. Read more @ Dalal Street Investment Journa Vol. 35, Issue No. 16

Beware of the pitfalls of margin trading

Published in Mint Margin or leveraged trading comes with huge inherent risks as it involves taking on debt, which can magnify investors’ profits as well as losses For the majority of retail investors, margin trading could be a short route to lose money because of the risks Recently, a 20-year-old student in the US committed…
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Analysts overestimated corporate earnings in 8 out of last 10 years: Ambit

Published in Mint on 25 Jun 2020 The overestimation was at its worst in FY16 and FY17, resulting in a negative divergence of 24% and 25%, respectively. Two years, FY11 and FY19, also saw underestimation resulting in a positive divergence of 14% and 4%. Analysts in the country overestimated corporate earnings in eight out of…
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International funds focused on tech giants excel; should you invest in global MFs?

(Published in MoneyControl) You need to build a US dollar-based kitty. Such investments would help you build a substantial corpus in the long-term Apple, Facebook and Microsoft, Amazon, Alibaba, Pfizer and Merck: these world-class companies have weathered the COVID-19 storm and their shares have soared. No wonder then that the rally in these stocks has…
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