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Weaving Afresh
Vardhman Textiles promoter hikes stake even as stock begins year as an underperformer

Jash Kriplani

Weaving Afresh

Vardhman Textiles promoter hikes stake even as stock begins year as an underperformer

Cash Torrent

Sameer Gupta of Apollo Pipes ushers in the New Year by selling equity worth Rs.100 crore

Heavy Lifting

Jet Airways’ valuation may appear attractive but that won't be enough for the stock to take off

As good as it gets

Mid-cap stocks are likely to continue their winning streak but the risk-reward in some sectors are no longer favourable

A Breed of its Own

Strategic overseas acquisitions and diversified revenue make UPL the best bet in the agrochem space

The Leather that Weathers

After battling sluggish revenue growth for the past two years, Mayur Uniquoters is hoping to turnaround its performance riding on improved global demand

The Comeback Plan

Lupin is betting on its specialty drugs business to counter the pricing pressures in the US generics market 

"Real estate is the most effective way to capture the growth of the middle class"

Jaguar Growth Partners' Gary Garrabrant on the opportunities in the Indian real estate sector

"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