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Next Steps after the Market Scenario over Coronavirus | Market Commentary

  • Satish Anand
  • Mar 13 2020
Estimated reading time: 6 minutes 3 seconds

In this edition, we have covered details related to SEBI’s initiatives to curb the POA misuse by brokers.SEBI’s amendments to the Investment Adviser Regulations.The finer points on the Viwaad se Vishwaas Scheme of the Union BudgetThe perils of not looking at real inflation.Market CommentaryIt is all about floating above the water level!!Sometimes there is no escape from getting drenched or wet. If one can keep the head above the water level, there is always a 100% chance that at some point in...

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Pre-Buget 2020 Commetary - From Mitraz Financial CIO, Satish Anand

  • Satish Anand
  • Feb 1 2020
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes 15 seconds

A celebration of expectations or calibration of expectations – nothing really matters unless it is real.Will the finance minister...? Won't the finance minister...? Why shouldn't the finance minister...? On Radio, Newspaper, TV, What Not and Whatsapp, you will be hearing to the expectations people have from the budget. Frankly, a budget or an ideal budget if ever there could be one will still not be an everlasting solution to the current economic situation of rising inflation, slowing growth, declining...

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Be the BULL in this market, Invest More!

  • Anup Bansal
  • Oct 21 2018
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes 17 seconds

The securities arm of a well-known bank that serves both Institutional and Retail clients gave SELL rating on Hero Motorcorp for Institutional clients and ACCUMULATE rating for Retail clients on the same day. I guess they wanted to keep making the market on this stock and ensure there were enough buyers for the institutional sellers. I am a patient investor, but such practices make me so impatient (and aggravated)!We all are getting numb with the market volatility in the last one year with almost...

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How to handle bad roads and traffic. Start Early!

  • Anup Bansal
  • Dec 31 2018
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes 30 seconds

Sometime back when I was driving to work, I saw a car overtake me and speeding much beyond the prescribed limit. It seems the vehicle occupant was late for an appointment. Of course, as expected, he got stuck in traffic after some time and I pretty much caught up with him. I could not help but draw a comparison with investments. When someone starts late from home to go for an appointment, there is a tendency to drive fast. Similarly, when a person starts investing late, there is much more pressure...

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