Month: March 2017

Royal Bombay Yacht Club
Shriram Garde

Royal Bombay Yacht Club

History The Bombay Yacht Club was founded in 1846 with Henry Morland as club commodore and 30 years later – on the recommendation of Sir Philip Edmond Wodehouse and patronage of Queen Victoria became known as Royal Bombay Yacht Club. The seafront clubhouse was built in 1881, and received a number of prominent visitors within its first ten …

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Be cautious on Stocks
Shriram Garde

Be cautious on Stocks

The longer the seemingly unstoppable reflation rally continues, the more warning signs start to flash — especially in stocks. The bank’s strategists have lowered their three-month outlook for global stocks to neutral, while staying overweight cash and underweight bonds given the recent shift by central banks to a “slightly more hawkish” stance. The Federal Reserve …

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Why you should be worried about the Trump rally in World Markets.
Shriram Garde

Why you should be worried about the Trump rally in World Markets.

The last time we heard stock-market investors talk like this in 2000, it didn’t end well for the bulls. Traders were captivated by a “new era story” of technological transformation: The Internet had re-defined world business and made traditional gauges of equity-market value obsolete. Today, the game changer everyone’s buzzing about is political: Donald Trump …

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Weekly Market Updates – 10/03/2017
Shriram Garde

Weekly Market Updates – 10/03/2017

The Nifty50 formed a Hammer candle on the daily chart as it recovered well from lower levels. Overall, it has been consolidating between 8,860 and 9,000 levels for 13 sessions now and is awaiting a decisive range breakout to commence the next leg of the rally. Now, if the Nifty50 sustains below 8,900, then it …

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Weekly Market Updates – 03/03/2017.
Shriram Garde

Weekly Market Updates – 03/03/2017.

The domestic equity market began the week with mild optimism rising through mid-week to cheer absence of any negative from US President Donald Trump, but continuous profit booking brought down the indices by the end of the week. GDP numbers showed 7 per cent growth for Q3, which was a pleasant surprise to many economists, …

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