Dalal Street Investment Journal Magazine - March 15, 2021
In this issue
Cover Story : There Is Value In Commodity Stocks!
Editorial : Open up to Opportunities Ahead
Special Report : Catch Stocks Before They Get Re-Rated!
Special Report : FMCG Sector Loses Its Excitement
Analysis : WEST COAST PAPER MILLS : PROFITING FROM A FUTURISTIC OUTLOOK
MF - Cover Story : Exit Equity MFs Now?
MF - Editorial : Franklin Templeton: The Plot Gets Murkier
MF - Special Report : Term Insurance Buying Guide For 2021
MF - Special Report : 2020 : AUM, AMC & ANALYSIS
MF - Special Report : Does AUM Size Matter?
A ‘POWER'FUL FORTNIGHT
It can be said that the previous fortnight was quite eventful for the domestic markets due to heightened volatility. The domestic markets had ended the month of February 2021 with a ‘thud’ as investors turned bearish on the last trading day of the month of February 2021. Indian equities had witnessed a massive sell-off during the trading session due to panic in global bond markets about a sharp rise in US’ bond yields, which spooked investors amid fears of interest rate cycle reversal.
OIL IS WELL
Oil prices shine through the commodity markets during the fortnight
A MIXED BAG
A rise in bond yields was being perceived as an indicator of expected rise in inflation in the global economy..
WEST COAST PAPER MILLS PROFITING FROM A FUTURISTIC OUTLOOK
With the focus of the paper industry now shifting towards more eco-friendly products and technology, West Coast Paper Mills finds itself in the right position to take advantage of its upgraded operations and expansion plans that include a shift towards products of the future
FMCG Sector Loses Its Excitement
Taking about the FMCG sector, in this article, Geyatee Deshpande discusses about how the FMCG sector, once the most preferred by investors, has recently lost its glow
There Is Value In Commodity Stocks!
The markets are precariously poised and only time will tell if the Sensex is able to touch new all-time highs in 2021 or whether there will be a deep correction. So far what we have seen is that the market is getting support from different sector stocks on a rotation basis. If banks supported the markets in January and February it is now the commodity stocks that have been providing support over the past few weeks. Yogesh Supekar explains how commodity stocks after their recent outperformance continue to be attractive in terms of valuation and may have some value left, while the DSIJ research team shares its market outlook
Technology Disrupting The Construction Sector
By adopting innovative technologies like automation in construction, innovative designs, sustainability, use of prefabricated material and online marketing, developers can value-engineer their product, writes Anuj Puri, Chairman, ANAROCK Property Consultants
Are Penny Stocks More Profitable?
Many a times it is said that the returns from penny stocks are much higher as compared to large-cap stocks. In this study, we will explore if average returns from low-price stock can generate higher returns for the shareholders. Investors are tempted to invest in penny stocks as they feel that they can buy more number of stocks as compared to when they invest in high-price stocks. Some investors also have this misconception that it is very difficult for the high-price stocks to increase as they have already appreciated.
Exit Equity MFs Now?
Heightened volatility has brought a question to the mind of many investors about whether they should book profit from their MF investments and wait for the market to correct and let the dust settle after which they can make a fresh entry. The article highlights the pros and cons
Does AUM Size Matter?
There is a general misconception that the AUM size of a mutual fund should first be taken into consideration before making an investment. To what extent is this true? The article, based on a study of different scenarios, concludes whether AUM is a parameter of the success of any fund
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