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Buffett Indicator labels Indian market as ’modestly overvalued’; projects 5.8% annual returns, lowest among EM peers

Buffett Indicator forecasts annual returns worldwide, with India’s stock market labeled ’modestly overvalued’. The m-cap to GDP ratio for India stands at 102.75%, deviating from the 10-year average of 91.49%.

4 min read19 Jun 2024
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Samco baffled by post election rally; liked Jubilant Food, Metropolis, Mamaearth, Senco in mid/smallcap space

Indian markets recover over 4% in June post-election drop, SAMCO sees limited Nifty upside due to high valuations. Positive outlook on Durables, Materials, FMCG, and Tech sectors. SMID picks include Jubilant FoodWorks, Honasa Consumer, Suprajit Engineering, Metropolis Healthcare, and Senco Gold.

6 min read15 Jun 2024
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Standard Chartered downgrades equities to ‘neutral’; suggests asset allocation for conservative and aggressive investors

Standard Chartered downgraded equities to ‘neutral’ due to uncertainty post elections, but sees opportunities in large-cap stocks and bonds.

2 min read13 Jun 2024
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Volatility could continue for another two weeks; Nifty may reach 23,500 by December end, says Trivesh D of Tradejini

Trivesh D, COO, Tradejini believes high market volatility may continue for another week or two due to mixed portfolio allocation after the elections. The banking sector is expected to outperform with a projected earnings growth of 14% CAGR.

5 min read5 Jun 2024
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Lok Sabha Elections 2024 trading strategy: Hold large positions; continue SIPs, says Puneet Sharma of Whitespace Alpha

Markets anticipate various electoral outcomes as India’s Lok Sabha elections near end. Market sentiment reflects pricing in of results. A decisive win for incumbent party may lead to market rally, while narrow victory or loss could induce short-term volatility.

4 min read31 May 2024
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Lok Sabha Elections 2024 trading strategy: Is Nifty 50 set to scale new heights after poll results?

Market volatility in May tied to Lok Sabha elections, is influencing Nifty 50 and Sensex performance. Exit polls and final results will shape market trends.

3 min read31 May 2024
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Lok Sabha Elections 2024 trading strategy: Investors are overestimating gains, says Diwakar Rana of Prudent Equity

Diwakar Rana, Senior Research Analyst at Prudent Equity, advises investors to focus on company-specific growth triggers and look for growth at a reasonable price amidst market volatility and overvaluation.

4 min read28 May 2024
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Lok Sabha elections 2024 trading strategy: Poll-driven equity weakness buying opportunity, says UBS

Opinion polls indicate high probability of NDA securing a 3rd term. However, unexpected results could trigger market reactions. Voter turnout uncertainty in key states raises questions on NDA’s ability. UBS analyses 4 election scenarios and potential impacts on financial markets.

4 min read27 May 2024
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General Elections 2024: BJP not winning 400 seats won’t be negative for market, says Naveen Kulkarni of Axis Sec PMS

Naveen Kulkarni of Axis Securities PMS believes that BJP not winning 400 seats will not be negative for the market at all. A stable and predictable political regime is most important right now. Therefore, irrespective of the outcome, it won’t significantly affect the market, he explained.

4 min read22 May 2024
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Will the Indian stock market continue its upward momentum this week? Here’s what experts say

The Nifty 50 closed last week with a gain of 2.03%, marking its most significant weekly increase since January 2024, while the Sensex also ended the week with a gain of 1.85%, its highest since January.

4 min read20 May 2024
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