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Stocks to be greedy about

In the latest issue of Wealth Insight, we have identified & analysed 4 stocks that makes for good investments after the recent fall. Find what else is there for you

The Opportunity in DemonetizationThe Union Budget 2017 has undoubtedly given a fillip to equity investors' mood. Fears of any lingering negative impact of the cashshortage have lifted, and a growth-oriented, fiscally responsible budget has set the stage for the next year. However, there are still plenty of great stocks that are available at bargain prices that were reached in the earlier phase of the market. Read the cover story of the February 2017 issue of Wealth Insight, 'Best stocks after the fall' for an analysis of the situation and our hand-picked list of such stocks.

Of course, there's a lot more in the issue. Here are the highlights of everything in this issue that will help you make better investment decisions and generate better returns:

  • Tax Planning 2017: A special report on minimising your tax outgo in the comingh year
  • Value Gurus: Our new feature on the how the Gurus of Value Investing do it. The first episode has Nick Train, OF the UK-based Lindsell Train Limited
  • Interview: Porinju Veliyath, MD & Portfolio Manager, Equity Intelligence India shows why 2017 is likely to be a bull market
  • Interview: Lessons for the DIY equity investor, from Anil Sarin, CIO, Equity, Edelweiss Global Asset Management
  • First Page: Dhirendra Kumar: How to beat the twin ills in equity investing: premature profit booking and loss aversion
  • Market Compass: Index stocks, fear of volatility, the pharma index, stocks that have rewarded shareholders in a falling market, and MNC premiums.
  • Analysts Diary: TJudging whether a stock is too expensive, plus the importance of evaluating banks' loan books
  • Straight Talk: Anand Tandon thinks that a combination of international and domestic factors is likely to keep investors away from India and the economic growth subdued
  • Main Street: Saurabh Mukherjea continues to talk about his gloom-and-doom view of demonetisation
  • Off Beat: Sanjeev Pandiya tells us about the evolution of money and taxes, and how the money that we use today has gone through many phases and taxation remains as controversial as it was at its start
  • The Chartist: Devangshu Datta writes that IT and pharma may not be able to exploit a weaker rupee because of their own problems
  • Stock Ideas: Read about these investment ideas that you can use now:
    • Quality stocks available cheap
    • Attractive blue chips
    • High dividend-yield stocks
    • Discount to book value
    • Reasonably priced growth stocks
  • Stock Analyst's Choice: Our regular scorecard of the stocks we've recommended since 2011 and their performance.

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