"10 January 2010" Archive - Page 3

What ailed the key underperformers of 2009?

The rise in the stock markets post March 2009 is probably the sharpest we have seen in over a decade or so. The BSE-Sensex has risen by around 81% during the year. However, there were a few stocks that missed out on this rally. In this article, we have highlighted the top five stocks that underperformed the benchmark index....

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Stocks which were the top performers of 2009

After the collapse of global stock markets and economic turmoil in 2008, 2009 came with hope. While we did not see the stock market highs of 2007, we managed to gain back most of the lost ground of 2008. In this article, we discuss the top 5 Sensex performers taken from different sectors. In other words, the stocks have been chosen in suc...

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Buy and hold can be dangerous…

...if it is intended to be ‘buy and forget'! The two bear markets that we have seen over the past ten years - first at its start in 2000 and then near its end in 2008 - have demonstrated exactly how dangerous buy and forget can be. In the first bear market, which went on from February 2000 through September 2001, the BSE-Sensex fell 56%...

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Indian mkts underperform global peers

After last week's robust performance, this week too major indices across the globe ended on a positive note. The Indian markets though, were not amongst the top gainers this week, and were infact the lowest gainers among all other markets. India’s benchmark index, the BSE-Sensex closed with gains of 0.4%. Part of the reason for this dul...

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