Colgate remains debt-free and has strong cash flows to meet operational challenges going forward. With the launch of 'Colgate Ved Shakti' the analyst believes, the company will gain market share going forward as it will also cater to customers preferring natural toothpaste. … [Read more...] about Analysts pick 11 stocks to achieve financial freedom; do you own any?
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A) Gold appears to be in a favorable trend for the next two years. However, for 2020, a large part of the gains, have been realized. It may consolidate for a while at its life highs and may undergo a price and time correction. In short, further gains may take a while to come. … [Read more...] about DAILY VOICE | Long-term investors should sell underperformers, switch to market leaders: Sahil Kapoor of Edelweiss Professional
"It has come back to 50 DEMA and only a decisive move beyond the trading band could give any clear indication for fresh momentum. Now it has to hold above 22,000 levels, to witness an upmove towards 22,500, while on the downside, immediate support is seen at 21,500 then 21,250," Chandan Taparia, Vice President | Analyst-Derivatives at Motilal Oswal Financial Services said. … [Read more...] about Technical View: Nifty forms long bearish candle, experts advise traders to create short on bounce
As of now, two-thirds of employees are currently working remotely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, my company included. It’s true, remote work has its benefits: From a commute to the kitchen table to the ability to have lunch with your kids, we have more time to spend on hobbies and personal interests outside of work. All of which are key factors for better work-life balance and increased productivity. For me, I have been able to spend more time with family and catch up on my reading list. … [Read more...] about Is your team prepared for long-term remote work? Ask these 3 questions to find out
“Architecture is tied to the economy. In fact, it is one of the first industries that is affected when there’s a dip in the economy or a recession,” says architect Victor Body-Lawson. He runs a 12-person architecture firm in Harlem and has weathered several economic storms since opening shop in 1993. “We had a lot of projects in the pipeline in the proposal stage before the pandemic, and some of those projects have actually been put on hold. I’m hoping that they’ll come back around.” … [Read more...] about COVID-19 is crushing the architecture industry—but not in the ways you’d expect