The future of super stocks | Value Research The November issues of Wealth Insight is out now, bringing you analysis on what the future holds for the most rewarding stocks of the decade
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The future of super stocks

The November issues of Wealth Insight is out now, bringing you analysis on what the future holds for the most rewarding stocks of the decade

The future of super stocksAre the most rewarding stocks of the decade a spent force? Or do they still have it in them to continue generating outsized returns for you? Read our analysis of the ten super stocks of the decade and what the future holds for them in 'Super Stocks', the cover story of the November 2015 issue of Wealth Insight.

In Market Compass, read about how Indian companies that have made big name acquisitions abroad fared. Tata Steel's decision to sell off its stake in Titan has drawn attention to the extensive cross-holdings in this mega-group. Read our analysis of all cross-holdings that Tata companies have in each other. High debt is an albatross around the neck of a huge number of Indian companies. The number of companies that can comfortably handle high debt is shockingly small, read about them in Market Compass.

In Analyst's Diary, we look the scam-tainted Financial Technologies, steady growth in the print media and opportunity in Tata Motors.

We also have for you part four of our epic interview with Thomas Russo, Investment Manager at hedge funds Gardner Russo & Gardner and Semper Vic Partnerships.

Like every month, our regular writers bring you some interesting opinions on larger issues that can affect your investments: Vivek Kaul takes a fresh view on why ULIPs haven't been replaced by better products. Saurabh Mukherjea discusses why knowing when to sell a stock is more difficult than knowing when to buy it and shows a way of making the decision. Rajeev Thakkar talks about value-investing insights from October Quest, an annual event organised to discuss and debate the principles of value investing. Sanjeev Pandiya discusses the economics of marriage, and Anand Tandon wonders is power sector reforms will really solve the distcoms' problems.

And of course, we also have other regular features like Stock Ideas in the issue.

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