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Patient with companies invested in

We prefer quality businesses with healthy growth prospects, says Vetri Subramaniam, fund manager, Religare Invesco Tax Plan Aug 27, 2015 Vetri Subramaniam, fund manager, Religare Invesco Tax Plan, talks about the elements of their investment strategy that ... Value Research Online, 1 month ago
A Time for Patience and Consolidation Value Research Online, 2 months ago

Cyclical stocks with lower profitability make sense: Vetri Subramaniam, Religare Invesco Mutual Fund

at Religare Invesco Mutual Fund, points out why it makes sense to focus on companies in cyclical space which have slightly lower profitability. As regards valuations, he is more comfortable with select companies in consumer discretionary, automobiles and ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Falling rupee and its impact on global funds

The dollar has strengthened against most currencies. While this helps Indian mutual funds upfront, redeeming in securities other than the US is affected negatively.   The performance of international schemes offered by mutual funds has been severely hit by a falling rupee in the past year. The average return of international funds is -11.01 per cent in the past year, among the worst across scheme categories. The value of Rs 100 invested a year ago stands today at Rs 88.99. Gold funds have ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Recent stock market crash: Here's what you should do now

The Sensex has recovered 650 of the 1,625 points it lost on 24 August, but the ferocity of the crash has badly damaged investor sentiment. The weakness in the stock market had started in the previous week itself, when the Sensex lost 324 points on 20 August ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

China’s weakness may lead to loss of muscle on D-Street

MUMBAI: Indian markets staged a recovery on Tuesday but this could be a short-lived uptick. Nearly two-thirds of participants in an ET survey believe there is further correction on the cards and the Sensex can drop as much as 5%. Investors fear that the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Markets crack—what should you do?

Monday morning blues took on a different meaning as domestic equity markets crashed in line with global markets performance on Friday. S&P 500, Dow Jones, FTSE and Nikkei fell 2.8-3.2% on Friday. Shanghai Composite index fell about 4.5%. While it ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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