Monthly Archives: January 2015

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Fairest of Them All

One of the ways of identifying which sector to invest is by comparing the sector’s performance with that of the main Index (Nifty / Sensex in our case). Here are a set of charts where the concept is simply dividing … Continue reading

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Market Cliches

Switch on the Idiot Box or scan through the Analyst reports, you can find ‘n’ number of cliches that are theoretically meaningless but made to seem like the verse of God himself. While this article was prodded by hearing some … Continue reading

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The Techno-Funda way of Investing

For long, a concept that has gained some amount of acceptance is that by selecting stocks using a combination of Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis, one might be able to get much better returns compared to using either of them … Continue reading

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Of Perma Bulls, Bears and Investors

Last month, I competed 10 years as a Stock Broker and while I am not sure about what lessons I have learnt other than the fact that I have somehow survived the tremulous times, it has given me a opportunity … Continue reading

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Review of Restart by Mihir Sharma

Mihir Sharma is a well known Journalist whose writings I have followed for some time now and hence when I came across his book, Restart: The last chance for the Indian Economy, it was a no-brainer to read the same. … Continue reading

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How accurate are Predictions

In markets, everyone loves to predict. Technical Analysis has quite a few tools / methods whose whole concept is the ability to forecast given certain circumstances. In a way, ability to predict is like the ability to act like God … Continue reading

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Chart: Comparing Intra-day Range of Nifty

High volatility is supposed to be indicative of Major tops and Bottoms. With Nifty having seen one of the best rallies since 2009, a lot of bears seem to latch on to the current increased volatility as a sign of … Continue reading

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