Issue of 9th Jan-15th Jan 2023
Online Moneylife Magazine
Wealth Creators 2012-2022: Part 2 - Winning Sectors
In the first part of the Wealth Creators series, released in the previous week, we revealed the top-10 multi-bagger stocks of the past decade. If you missed it, click here to read it. In this part, we analyse the sectors and companies (by their size) that actually made the highest returns. Also, we will touch on the growth in revenues and... Read More
Pratibha Kamath and
Sher Singh Yadav
In February 2014, some of you may remember how a member of Parliament (MP) sprayed pepper spray on his colleagues right inside the Lok Sabha. He even referred to them as a mob in a television interview (Who is 'pepper spray' Rajagopal?).    This Congress MP, Lagadapati Rajagopal, was...
Government’s major push towards indigenisation has changed the prospect of companies related to defence sector. Key defence stocks like Bharat Electronics, Hindustan Aeronautics, Bharat Dynamics Ltd (BDL), Solar Industries, Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers, Cochin Shipyard, Mazagon Dock...
Moneylife Digital Team
Stocks of companies supplying to the Indian Railways (IR) have been hot in the past year. Last week, we wrote about Titagarh Wagons. This week, we look at Jupiter Wagons Ltd (JWL). In January 2019, JWL acquired 45.45% stake in Commercial Engineers & Body Builders Company Ltd (CEBBCO), a...
Moneylife Digital Team
In December 2022, Maruti Suzuki India and HDFC Bank were the most preferred stocks of Indian mutual funds. The net purchases of Maruti Suzuki India were Rs1,251 crore. ICICI Bank and HCL Technologies were the most sold stocks. The net sales of ICICI Bank were Rs1,587 crore and net sales of...
Moneylife Digital Team
Rama Manohar (name changed), a 62-year-old housewife from Mumbai, had approached her bank for advice on an insurance policy that would provide them with a regular income after retirement and also funds for the higher education of their grandson, when he reaches the age of 15.  Mr and Ms...
Moneylife Digital Team
A new study has found that individuals who regularly take vitamin D supplements are significantly less likely to have a history of malignant melanoma, or any type of skin cancer, than non-users. They also found a trend for benefit with occasional use.    The study was conducted in...
Akshay Naik
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