29 April, 2017 08:59 IST
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Growth stocks look attractive at current valuations
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Current levels are attractive for investment in equities considering improving macro-economic scenario in India, said Shreyash Devalker,
Market quite pessimistic, but provides good buying opportunity
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The market remains inherently bi-polar and keeps swinging from extreme optimism to extreme pessimism. Currently the Indian mark
Correction gives a very good opportunity to accumulate equities
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Current correction has taken the PE levels to reasonable levels of 15x and the probability of flat earnings growth next year is low given
Earnings recovery, policy reforms to drive markets in 2016
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Harsha Upadhyaya, CIO Equity, Kotak Mahindra AMC expects 2016 to be a better year for the stock markets. He expects recovery in corp
One should look at short-term and income funds in current scenario
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In fixed income, capital can never be lost, unless there is a credit default. When yields go up, portfolio values go down. However, as t
Indian bond markets to remain preferred investment destination for FIIs in 2016
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High yields are attraction point for foreign investors to invest in India, according to Akhil Mittal, senior fund manager, Tata Mutual F
Dynamically managed duration funds will provide better returns
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Puneet Pal, head fixed income, BNP Paribas Mutual Fund, said the dynamically managed duration funds will provide better returns for the i
2016 to remain a year of stock selection
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Large part of calendar year 2016 will remain a function of stock selection until pick up in reforms and capex revival, according to
Volatility control funds suitable for investors in current market situation
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Volatility control funds could be suitable for both high and low risk investors in current market situation, according to Kartik Soral,&n
US Fed rate hike unlikely to impact Indian bond markets adversely
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Bekxy Kuriakose, Head- Fixed Income, Principal Mutual Fund said the expected rate hike by the US Federal Reserve this year may not impac
Investors should moderate return expectations to mid-teens
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Investors should moderate their return expectations to mid-teens following strong run up in the equity markets in the last eighteen
Corporate performance likely to pick up only after Dec'2015 quarter
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A revival of the capex cycle or the deleveraging of infrastructure and real estate sectors would support earnings growth. There doesn't
It makes sense to remain invested in govt bonds
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Steady supply of government securities by way of primary auction every week, RBI's cautious tone at the last monetary policy review and
Financial is the best sector to play the recovery in economy
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Market valuations at below 15x one year forward earnings have turned attractive from a long term perspective and given the likely re
Expect another 25 bps rate cut in next three months
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'The growth in IIP is still tepid at a level of 2.6%. I think a moderate to high growth level in IIP would be when it is in range of 5-1
Mid-cap fund suitable for investors taking slightly higher risk
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"We are positive on the inflows into equity MF,'' says PVK Mohan, equities head, Principal PNB Asset Management. In an interview with M
Investors can earn better tax adjusted returns from debt funds: Melvin Joseph
In an interview with Shweta Dhoka of Myiris.com, Melvin Joseph, CFP, Finvin Financial Planners, says,
Plan retirement once you start earning: Jeet Shah
In an interview with Shweta Dhoka of Myiris.com, Jeet Shah, CFP, Veer Consultancy Services, says,``Being wealthy is a very different thing from being rich. The difference between rich and wealthy is very simple. It's knowledge. Wealthy people know how to make money. Rich people only have money.``
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