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Domestic mutual funds have to declare their third-quarter net asset values (NAV), whereas overseas institutions (FIIs) declare their annual NAVs. Performance is benchmarked and rew ... Read more
It is normal for the average trader to feel a sense of foreboding around a lifetime high level. Add the sizable loss in market capitalization of digital currencies (cryptocurrencie ... Read more
A careful analysis of the statistical data of the markets last week tells me the surprise up move caught most retail traders sleeping behind the wheel. Markets opened with a bullis ... Read more
The factor I was keenly watching was the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision. I advocated last week that the markets had priced in a 50 bps (0.50%) rate hike. Any hike of 7 ... Read more
Markets are showing statistical signs of inching higher. Bulls are offering support on declines. Barring unforeseen circumstances, this is likely to continue in the near future. Th ... Read more
The latter half of the week saw bulls showing signs of attempting a comeback. It started with short covering lifting values higher. While part of the reason short covering occurred ... Read more
A lot happened on the geopolitical front last week. Hostilities have escalated in Ukraine, and the Russian army has reportedly moved nuclear assets closer to the Ukrainian border. ... Read more
Things that should have made a discerning trader sit up in his chair last week were OPEC cutting oil output by a whopping 2 million barrels per day. The rupee slid to a new lifetim ... Read more
Now that the rate hike issue is done and dusted, the question that haunts every trader’s mind is – has a hard bottom been put in place? Or is it just a technical rebound? We seek a ... Read more
September is historically a challenging month for traders, as empirical evidence indicates from the turn of the century. Statistical ßeta (pure price volatility) was screaming a wa ... Read more