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Why real estate is a bad long term investment

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Why real estate is a bad long term investment

Ref: Economic Times, 8 May, 2013, 03.31PM IST  Most people in India are convinced that real estate is a great asset. More caution is in order. Real estate investment is not a guarantee of profit. It is hard to be diversified, and illiquidity hampers portfolio structuring. Most important, the outlook for supply over the medium […]

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Markets getting ready for a BULL rally

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Markets getting ready for a BULL rally

Source: 17 DEC, 2012, 12.14PM IST, ET NOW. In an interview with ET Now, Ramesh Damani, Member, BSE, gives his views on the global economies and markets as well as his expectations from the Indian market in 2013. Excerpts:  What is in store for us for 2013? In 2012, the Indian markets have appreciated by 25% […]

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There is going to be a bull market between today and 2020.

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There is going to be a bull market between today and 2020.

Source: Economic Times, 2nd October 2012 In an interview with Punita Kumar Sinha, Founder & Managing Partner, Pacific Paradigm Advisors on ET Now, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala of RARE Enterprises talks about why he is bullish on the Indian equities and economic growth story. Punita Kumar Sinha: 10 years ago you made a case for Indian equities. […]

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Investors should be brave as recession fears recede

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Investors should be brave as recession fears recede

Source: 4 FEB, 2013, 11.38AM IST, BISWAJIT BARUAH,ET BUREAU. As chief investment officer of HSBC Global Asset Management, Bill Maldoando oversees the company’s investment strategies in the Asia Pacific region out of his Hong Kong office. Maldoando has been in the asset management industry since joining HSBC in 1993 as a European derivative-based portfolio manager. An […]

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Facts about Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme

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Facts about Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme

The Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS) was officially launched by Finance Minister P Chidambaram. Following is what you should consider before opting for this tax-saving option available under Section 80CCG.  Who is eligible? RGESS is available to all resident individuals whose gross total income is less than Rs 10 lakh and who are investing […]

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Market at the onset of a new bull rally

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Market at the onset of a new bull rally

In an interview with ET Now, Ramesh Damani, Member, BSE, gives his views on the global economies and markets as well as his expectations from the Indian market in 2013. Excerpts:  What is in store for us for 2013? In 2012, the Indian markets have appreciated by 25% plus. For the next year, do you […]

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Interview with the ‘Big Bull’

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Interview with the ‘Big Bull’

In an interview with Punita Kumar Sinha, Founder & Managing Partner, Pacific Paradigm Advisors on ET Now, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala of RARE Enterprises talks about why he is bullish on the Indian equities and economic growth story. Punita Kumar Sinha: 10 years ago you made a case for Indian equities. A decade later, are you still […]

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Stocks To Watch For!

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Stocks To Watch For!

Below are some good stocks to bank on. It’s very important to go through the 10 secrets of stock markets on our home page here  before you take any position. For any further queries please email us at contact@abundancestockadvisors.com Sr. No Script Name Script Symbol View Buy Date Buy Stop Loss 1 Cummins India CUMMINSIND […]

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RBI Keeps Rates Unchanged

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RBI Keeps Rates Unchanged

The RBI today (31st Jul 2012) has decided to keep the interest rates unchanged to curb inflation. The following are the key decisions taken. The amount which the banks deposit in government bonds also called as statutory liquid ratio has been decreased by 1% and its now 23%. This would mean that around 6200 crore […]

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