Moats Versus Boats - Part 4
Value investor Raamdeo Agrawal on his understanding of a economic moat

Can Infra Firms Regain The Trust? - Part 2

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

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | MAY 11 , 2017

Can Infra Firms Regain The Trust?- Part 1

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

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | MAY 10 , 2017

Strong Signals

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

Jash Kriplani | MAY 02 , 2017

Good Things Come In Small Packages

A niche player in the rigid plastic packaging space and attractive valuation make Mold-Tek an interesting small-cap bet

Jash Kriplani | APR 19 , 2017

Is The Recovery In Metal Stocks For Real?

A sharp recovery in metal prices have rubbed off on metal stocks. But their valuations exude too much optimism

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | APR 04 , 2017

Make Way For The New King Of Retail

With a ₹38,000 crore market cap, the Radhakishan Damani-owned D-Mart is now India’s most valued retailer

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | APR 03 , 2017

Rising Star

DCB Bank is poised to take a big leap on the back of its expansion plans

Jash Kriplani | MAR 31 , 2017

Purring Back

Cummins India is down 32% since touching an all-time high in August 2015. Does that make it a value buy?

Jash Kriplani | JAN 25 , 2017

Cheap for a reason

Despite a bearish consensus, NMDC is gaining ground. But, it's still early days

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | DEC 15 , 2016

Paisa wise rupee foolish

Many stocks are trading at a low price but one should be wary of buying them

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | DEC 13 , 2016

On a Hot Streak

After sinking in ₹700 crore as fresh investments, can ENIL weather falling revenue and rising operating costs?

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | DEC 09 , 2016

Spinning Value

Can Sintex Industries’ decision to demerge its plastics business create more moolah for its shareholders?

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | NOV 28 , 2016

City Pipers

Gas distribution utilities are attracting investor attention as they promise safety and growth

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | NOV 28 , 2016

Slow Work in Progress

Despite its restructuring efforts, DLF is struggling because of poor cash flow  

Jash Kriplani | SEP 21 , 2016

Data Packet Error

High transaction tax and proposed regulatory curbs on HFT trading threaten to take the sheen off algo trading

Jash Kriplani | SEP 21 , 2016

Why Quant Is Still Not Sexy

Quantitative trading that thrives on algorithmic models still has few takers in India

Jash Kriplani | SEP 13 , 2016

Public party - Part 1

Riding the novelty train has fetched newly-listed companies a massive valuation. But can they sustain their gains?

Jash Kriplani | AUG 08 , 2016

Public party - Part 2

In the second part, a look at Narayana Hrudayalaya and diagnostic player Thyrocare

Jash Kriplani | AUG 08 , 2016

Public party - Part 3

In the third part, a look at e-commerce player Infibeam and antivirus provider Quick Heal

Jash Kriplani | AUG 08 , 2016

Public party - Part 4

In the final part, a look at temping company Teamlease and cafe chain Coffee Day

Jash Kriplani | AUG 08 , 2016

In choppy waters

The shipping industry is in doldrums but is there scope to fish around?  

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | JUL 26 , 2016

Not quite the time to get one

The country’s largest passenger car maker has taken a knock over yen worries, but its stock is still not a screaming 'buy' 

Jitendra Kumar Gupta | JUL 26 , 2016

A whiff of fresh air

While a robust brand works in its favour, can Shantanu Khosla make the most of Crompton Consumer’s new-found freedom?

Jash Kriplani | JUN 27 , 2016

Moats Versus Boats - Part 8

In the second part, Akash Prakash of Amansa Capital talks about capturing the gap between perception and reality

MAY 19 , 2016