Long & Short of Markets: Is Jhunjhunwala right once again, Raamdeo’s mantras & other top reads

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Long & Short of Markets: Is Jhunjhunwala right once again, Raamdeo's mantras & other top reads


NEW DELHI: ‘King of pop’ Michael Jackson once said: “The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.” The same rule applies to investing as well. If watching and following on their footsteps is not the wisest thing to do in investing, at least the thumb rules laid down by the masters cannot be ignored. Read Raamdeo Agrawal‘s gurumantras and more in this weekend’s edition of ‘Long & Short of Markets’.

25 pointers you can’t miss in value investing
The internet is flooded with hundreds of blogs, newsletters, videos and articles on how to pick value stocks. If you are looking for a complete guide on value investing in a nutshell, here is Raamdeo Agrawal’s 360 degree outlook on value investing parameters.
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Bond with gold
Does it sound strange to give up your gold ETF holdings when the yellow metal has rallied close to 25 per cent year-to-date? With an interest of 2.5 per cent per annum, Sovereign Gold Bond offers a better alternative to ETFs. Read here for more.
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Watch IPOs for bubble
IPO subscription levels is one of the red flags to watch out for while spotting a bubble, says this market veteran. Accompanied by IPO activities, retail investor interest in second-rung stocks is also another red flag. This money manager assures that most IPOs this year have been quality stocks, which assuages the fear, but the scare of expensive and concentrated valuation is still a concern. Here is more on what this veteran has to say.
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Jhunjhunwala’s right, once again?
Seems like the good times are back for Tata Motors, the recent stock picked by ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala. First it was the Brexit deal and now the December auto sales numbers have jumped by 25 per cent. Read here for more outlook on Jhunjhunwala’s recent bet.
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Raamdeo’s take on deep value picks
Dalal Street veteran Raamdeo Agrawal is betting on deep value picks for 2021, along with keeping an eye on value migration. Read here to know what Raamdeo Agrawal favours for 2021 investment plan.
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