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10 Promising Midcaps to Invest In

The December 2014 issue Wealth Insight brings you a detailed analysis of 10 mid-cap stocks that offer good value even in this market

The good news is that the train hasn't left the station yet--you can still get on. But the bad news is that you'll have to choose your destination carefully.

We are talking, of course, about the equity markets. Stock prices have run so high that it's hard to find a stock that isn't overpriced. It looks as if an equity investor has no choice to buy shares on faith, rather than by following value.

However, there are still some stocks, specially in mid-caps, that offer good value. Our analysts have identified are those whose valuations have stayed at a reasonable level largely because of the scorching pace of growth they have have set.

The December 2014 issue of Wealth Insight is now out, with the cover story on 10 Promising Midcaps, with a detailed analyses of the ten midcap stocks that we have selected. Spanning a range of sectors, this handpicked list shows that there are still good investments to be made in these markets.

In Market Compass, read about Sun Pharma's track record and the fake excitement in Onmobile.

All our exclusive columnists are there, with insights that will help you understand the investing environment better:

  • Anand Tandon writes about how the US has become the real oil superpower in the world and how this will affect the global economy.
  • Saurabh Mukherjea explains the issues surrounding the RBI's rate logic, while Sanjiv Pandiya offers another take on the same.
  • Devangshu Datta muses on whether investors can take advantage of FIIs' moves that drive the equity markets while Vivek Kaul shows how abundant natural resources are not the best thing for an economy.

We also have regular features like Analyst Diary and Stock Ideas in the issue.

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