Today, in the midst of the carnage, Saurabh Mukherjea had an “I told you so” expression on his face. He warns that there is more downside coming and that we should stay out. We need to listen attentively to his advice with all eyes and ears open
The stock market is like a jungle where you either perform or perish. Given the high stakes involved, the tolerance for non-performance is limited. Fund manager Prashant Jain has his back to the wall because his major contrarian bets have backfired and his schemes are under-performing. Investors are getting restless. Will he be able to turn the fortunes of the Fund around before it is too late?
Novice investors like you and me despair about the multibagger stocks that came our way but were missed for one reason or the other. Chaitanya Dalmia makes the candid confession about how even savvy investors fall victim to this syndrome. He reveals that finding winner stocks involves a lot of good luck and only a bit of skill
Saurabh Mukherjea’s grim prediction that the Sensex would plunge to a level of 22,000 is suddenly beginning to look realistic in the light of the carnage in the markets. He has advised us to take shelter in a few high-quality mid-cap stocks which he believes will protect our capital from being swept away
Living legends like Warren Buffett, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and the other super Gurus have always inspired us to believe that equities are far better than fixed income securities in the long-term. However, an ace fund manager of impeccable credentials has shattered this myth by producing irrefutable data that bonds have actually out-performed equities even over a long period of 21 years