Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sector Index Performances in India – April 2014

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Hidden Bias in Chart Reading

I am not a great fan of Chart Reading. Its like evaluating a painting, I may like one style and you may like another. Even technicians admit that what they see may not be what the other guy sees and … Continue reading

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Taking advise from Strangers

There is a wonderful quote from the Oracle of Omaha wherein he says  Wall Street is the only place that people ride to in a Rolls Royce to get advice from those who take the subway. Its amazing how true … Continue reading

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Speaking Engagement @ BIC

My good friend Dr.Musa has invited me to share thoughts on the pre-election view of the markets and how one should play the same.    In addition I shall also be talking about how one can beat the markets on the … Continue reading

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Sell in May and go away – I say no way

A popular adage in the US markets is “Sell in May and go away”. Over at All Star Charts, JC Parets wrote one showing the huge discreprancy in returns between buying in November and selling in April vs buying in … Continue reading

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Maggi on the Wall – the bigger picture

In my last post titled “Throwing Spaghetti Against The Wall” I showed how after picking up 3 portfolios whose stocks were randomly picked, I could still beat the overall return of the market over a time frame of 10 years. … Continue reading

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Correlation between Nifty and Sector Indices

Over the last 6 months, it has been quite evident that even as the Nifty is booming higher, not all sectors are participating with it. IT which had a real good run has been on slipping quite a bit. So, … Continue reading

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