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Nifty@MRP Trends Lower, What Should Investors Do?

Nifty@MRP Trends Lower, What Should Investors Do?

What is Nifty@MRP? As investors, we constantly track the Nifty movements. To make investing more profitable and not a game of mere chance, we need a solution, a solution which could help us identify whether the market is grossly depressed or irrationally exuberant. This is exactly what Nifty @ MRP is for! What is the latest value of Nifty@MRP? For Dec’15, considering the free float market capitalization at the MRP of individual stocks and the share price data as of 18th Mar, the Nifty@MRP is at 8297. On 18th Mar, NSE Nifty index closed at 7604, which is ~9% or 693 points below the Nifty@MRP. It indicates that the index is undervalued. On similar lines, the Sensex@MRP value is at 27766. On 18th March, the Sensex closed at 24953, which is about 11% or 2813 points below Sensex@MRP. Future Outlook After a strong correction in Feb 16, Indian markets have […]

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Nifty undervalued as compared to Nifty@MRP, is it the time to Buy?

Nifty undervalued as compared to Nifty@MRP, is it the time to Buy?

What is Nifty@MRP? As investors, we constantly track the Nifty movements. To make investing more profitable and not a game of mere chance, we need a solution, a solution which could help us identify whether the market is grossly depressed or irrationally exuberant. This is exactly what Nifty @ MRP is for! What is the latest value of Nifty@MRP? For Dec’15, considering the free float market capitalization at the MRP of individual stocks and the share price data as of 18th Sep, the Nifty@MRP is at 8385. On 18th Sep, NSE Nifty index closed at 7981, which is ~5% or 415 points below the Nifty@MRP. It indicates that the index is undervalued. On similar lines, the Sensex@MRP comes out to 28094. On 18th September, the Sensex closed at 26169, which is about 7% or 1925 points below Sensex@MRP.   Future Outlook For the past few months markets have been jittery. […]

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Sensex inches closer to Sensex@MRP. So, what should you do?

Sensex inches closer to Sensex@MRP. So, what should you do?

The Indian Stock markets have shown a good performance in 2012, on the back of positive developments around the world and the Indian economy. The Sensex saw a rally that lasted from mid-December right upto mid-February.

This rally came to a halt when the Sensex witnessed a steep correction from 22nd February and saw a further correction post the state elections in March. The Union budget scheduled at the end of this week, is another major event to watch out for.

With the overhang of these concerns, let’s look at the 9 month performance of the Sensex companies. And what is the future outlook? Also, let’s find out what picture does the Sensex at MRP show.

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Sensex at a 20% discount to Sensex@MRP. Buying opportunities on the rise.

Sensex at a 20% discount to Sensex@MRP. Buying opportunities on the rise.

It’s been a year to forget for the Indian stock markets. Since the 20,000 level seen in Dec-2010, Sensex has dropped more than 4000 points to reach close to 16,000 over the last 12 months. A plethora of factors have been responsible for this. Be it global fears of the European debt crisis deteriorating further, the US credit rating downgrade, the rupee taking a beating or the domestic problems of high inflation and interest rates along with a government handicapped with corruption allegations and policy paralysis, nothing seems to have gone right for the stock markets.

So with the backdrop of these concerns, how did the Sensex companies perform on the earnings side for the September quarter? Have the earnings been hit badly during the quarter? And most importantly what action should you take considering the Sensex@MRP?

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Sensex@MRP drops for the first time in 2 years. Is this the time to fear or start shopping?

Sensex@MRP drops for the first time in 2 years. Is this the time to fear or start shopping?

Mayhem, panic, bloodbath..The Sensex went into a freefall yesterday losing 700 points – the highest ever in 2 years after a see-saw ride seen over the last few months. The trigger was the warning by the US Federal Reserve of a “significant” downside risk to the US Economy. With many European countries also struggling to stay afloat, the question that markets the world over seem to be pondering is not IF another crisis will happen but WHEN it will happen. This has made the stock markets – Sensex included – jittery. To add to this, the domestic situation also seems to be contributing to the weak sentiment. Rising inflation, increasing interest rates, depreciating rupee (~Rs. 50/$) all have signaled an ominous start to FY 12.
With this background, how have the Sensex companies performed on the earnings side for the June quarter? And most importantly what action should you take considering the Sensex@MRP?

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