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Retail investors in the stock market, also loosely referred them as small investors, have been deserting the capital market for valid reasons. The booming Sensex and the Nifty seem to have little attraction for them...Just as important, very few
That's struck fear into financial industry officials, who say the rule change could put many investment advisors out of business while raising costs in popular plans like investment retirement accounts (IRAs). Trade groups want Perez to take another
Small investors are quite excited about the possibility of the face value of Qatari stocks being slashed by 10 times, to QR1 from QR10. If the move materialises, it could mean a similar reduction in the market price of all 42 listed stocks. And
He said he recently had an opportunity to participate in an IPO and that he made a lot of money in just a few months. My friend is now looking for another IPO to invest in and wants me to do the same...A: IPOs (initial public offerings) are hot
Watching a share-price meltdown has a certain voyeuristic fascination, like seeing the driver of a shiny new Ferrari reverse it carefully, but not slowly, into an equally shiny parked Mercedes. Expensive damage and much embarrassment are followed by
Last week a reader called me with an excellent question: How do I find a good financial adviser? Sadly, my best answer is far less excellent: You probably can't; there's just no system for reliably identifying a top-notch adviser...For most people,
In the New York Post , Fox Business Channel's Charlie Gasparino writes that After years of investigations, neither SAC nor its founder, stock-trading impresario Steve Cohen , has been charged with any crime.
The IPL match fixing scandal has claimed an unlikely victim on Dalal Street. News about the involvement of GurunathMeiyappan has pulled down the India Cements stock by almost 23%. The Ranbaxy scrip too is in trouble because of the actions of its
Concerned over erosion of confidence among small investors, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram today asked Sebi to regulate the market fearlessly to protect their interests, and not to "bow" or "bend" before anyone. "Win confidence of small investors.
Not the least because even currency experts have a very patchy record in accurately forecasting currency movements...For the novice investor it is akin to be being behind the wheel of a drag car. The professionals, like Soros, bet big licks of money