Like all confusing markets, the best thing to do is to leave the Sensex and the Nifty to the headline writers and focus on choosing good stocks.
That's exactly what you will find in 'Ideas for the Runaway Market', the cover story of the January 2015 issue of Wealth Insight with a detailed analyses of nine sectors and one selected stock from each that fits the bill.
In Market Compass, read about stocks that made big moves, a sectoral and stock-wise analysis of the Sensex, and FII and MF activity in BSE500, PSU stocks, and companies' ballooning legal expenses.
Our columnists are here, writing about a range of topics that will help you get a stronger grip on investment trends:
- Anand Tandon ponders whether equity investors should start thinking about non-equity assets, while Saurabh Mukherjea analyses Coal India's prospects.
- Sanjiv Pandiya rethinks the fundamentals of our attitudes to stocks and bonds, while guest columnist Anshuman Goenka explains his approach to choosing investible stocks in today's markets.
- While investors and analysts often react sharply to GDP growth, Vivek Kaul does some conceptual thinking and shows how GDP is not as accurate or as useful a tool that we think it is.
We also have regular features like Analyst Diary and Stock Ideas in the issue.
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