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Britannia’s Varun Berry makes the most of the rally in the stock

Khushboo Balani

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Britannia’s Varun Berry makes the most of the rally in the stock

Is the worst over for pharma stocks?

The pharma index has hugely underperformed the Sensex in CY17 owing to regulatory overhang and FDA issues 

  • Still Counting

    Astec LifeSciences continues to head north as promoters jack up holding

  • On A Comeback Trail

    Post demonetisation, mid-cap cement stocks look poised to recover lost ground

  • Renewed Energy

    Promoter KV Bala has been on a stock mopping spree in Indowind

Current Attraction

Techno Electric’s strong execution track record and financial discipline makes it a company to watch out for

Bed, Bath And Beyond

Will Trident’s accelerated push in the home-textiles business sustain its next leg of growth?

Can Infra Firms Regain The Trust? - Part 2

Will investment trusts put an end to the funding woes of infrastructure companies?

Can Infra Firms Regain The Trust?- Part 1

Leveraged infra companies are banking on a new instrument to turn around their fortunes

Strong Signals

What makes Bharti Infratel a strong incumbent in the telecom tower business

"Indian yields unattractive in the short term"

Richard Iley, chief economist, emerging markets, BNP Paribas, talks about the prospects for the Indian market  

India yet to reform under Modi, China a better investment bet

Jim Rogers on why China remains a better investment bet despite the slowdown

"Watching news channels hourly will not yield anything"

In the final part, Raamdeo Agrawal stresses on zero distraction when digging deeper to find great opportunities

"Value investors do not talk or focus too much on growth"

In the first of a two-part interview, Raamdeo Agrawal points out the drawback of the 100X study and the attributes of extraordinary growth

"Price to earnings is a rubbish way of computing value"

In the final installment, ASK group’s Bharat Shah explains why using P/E to derive value is plain stupid

"If you cannot value a business, then price has no meaning"

In the second of a three-part interview, ASK group’s Bharat Shah elaborates on the investing lessons learnt over a 29-year-long career