Similarly, on the PUT side, the highest OI in the current expiry is placed at 11,000, followed by 10,500. India VIX is currently at 24.19 percent and has been in a downward trajectory from its recent high of 35 percent; however, it has been unable to breach the 22-21 level and is acting like a support level and an up move from these levels might indicate some selling or profit booking from current levels in Nifty. … [Read more...] about Nifty could trade in 11,400-10,700 range this week with a mixed bias; 4 stocks to buy
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The report highlighted that MNCs are also likely to be key beneficiaries of structural changes such as formalisation of the Indian economy, the abolition of the Dividend Distribution Tax for corporates (as proposed in the recent budget), and India’s quest for Make-in-India to be successful. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 presents an opportunity to invest in MNCs; 18 firms worth looking at
Assuming investor age is between 30-40 years, its ability to absorb risk would also be higher. We advise higher allocation to equities and lower to other asset classes. There should be at least 65% allocation to equities while investments in fixed income and gold should be 20% and 15% respectively. … [Read more...] about Investors lose Rs 36 lakh crore since Jan; experts say allocate 35-60% portfolio to equities
June quarter report: Rakesh Jhunjhunwala raises stake in 8 firms, cuts exposure in 2 DAILY VOICE: Auto, financials, oil & gas and metals may rebound post-COVID, says Deepak Jasani of HDFC Securities Speculative trading by retail investors may be the reason for wild swings in mid & smallcaps: Umesh Mehta … [Read more...] about Q1 report: Ashish Kacholia raises stake in 4 firms, reduces exposure in 2
Apple In reality, most people don’t use Apple products. They’re too expensive. Experts estimate that over 85% of the global population uses Android. But people with influence love Apple. Reporters, staffers, lawmakers, regulators, pundits, lobbyists, think tankers, and everyone else wading through the swamp are all Apple devotees. As a result, making the case politically against Apple has an implicitly higher bar than against the other big tech companies. Yes, the app store is monopolistic, and yes, it’s suspicious that your phone and laptop always seem to break the minute a new model becomes available. But Tim Cook is impossible to dislike, and his consistent advocacy on behalf of user privacy has won him plaudits across the political spectrum. … [Read more...] about Zuck, Bezos, Cook: Who takes the fall in D.C.’s antitrust games?