Identify growth sectors early

He had made his mark with an early identification of the oil exploration sector and the software sector in the pre-Y2K era. He never looked back since.

A thick pipeline

Never have been investors so spoilt for choice like in this month.

Govt decision has jute industry in quandary

The Union ministry of consumer affairs & food distribution’s decision to approve dilution of 258,000 bales of jute bags (one bale is 180 kg) for the kharif marketing season of FY18 and the rabi

PNB fraud has created a pall of uncertainty over PSB stocks

The Indian economy is likely to go through a political and structural shift in the next few months.

Chilli prices fail to recover despite low output

Despite low production, chilli prices have not recovered much in the past few months. Prices may remain within a range till May as the arrival season is on.

Health insurance policy is a must for women

A woman’s health is her capital. This is how American author Harriet Beecher Stowe described the criticality of a woman in our society, as early as mid-19th century.

Recovery is likely to be sharp

The Indian pharma industry is going through tough times.

Stay hedged with puts

Last week can be divided into two parts. In the first part of the week, the Nifty notched up gains of 2 per cent.

Still more pressure left

The market literally had a roller-coaster ride last week. Thankfully, the highly volatile week wound up with a less than half per cent cut in the Nifty.

The transparent quality of our mind’s eye

We often think of our mental faculties as being habitual, fail-safe, or self-ordained. Many of us also relate to the mind as a transparent entity within one’s “mindful” eye.