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Mazagon Dock – Bulls Vs Bears Case: Anil Singhvi explains strategy investors must follow



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Anil Singhvi Managing Editor of Zee Business says listing of Mazagon Dock today was much above the issue price but didn’t open as strong as it was expected. Some buying is happening in this counter but that was also not as strong as expected. The Market Guru said this is the first time in IPO history, on the listing day the channel is doing Bulls vs Bears case for a newly listed company. The reason for doing this analysis today is to help those participants understand who have got allotment about what they should do from here – hold or exit. It is also about telling those investors who didn’t get the allotment, whether they should invest at current market price.  

Bulls Case:  

Mazagon Dock is the only PSU shipyard company that makes conventional submarines and destroyers for Indian Navy. Order book of the company

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Weekly S&P500 ChartStorm – Retail Bulls Vs Insti Bears

Those that follow my personal account on Twitter will be familiar with my weekly S&P 500 #ChartStorm in which I pick out 10 charts on the S&P 500 to tweet. Typically I’ll pick a couple of themes to explore with the charts, but sometimes it’s just a selection of charts that will add to your perspective and help inform your own view – whether its bearish, bullish, or something else!

The purpose of this note is to add some extra context and color. It’s worth noting that the aim of the #ChartStorm isn’t necessarily to arrive at a certain view but to highlight charts and themes worth paying attention to. But inevitably if you keep an eye on the charts they tend to help tell the story, as you will see below.

So here’s another S&P 500 #ChartStorm write-up!!

1. Starting off this week with some interesting perspective: this new

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Value bulls bang drum for cheap stock resurgence on Fed, vaccine hopes

NEW YORK (Reuters) – As U.S. stocks hit record highs, some investors are betting the market’s future gains will be increasingly driven by some of its lesser-loved companies.

FILE PHOTO: The front facade of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in New York City, New York, U.S., June 26, 2020. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Value stocks – shares of economically sensitive companies trading at multiples that are usually below those found on growth names – have been among the laggards in the market’s blistering rally from its March lows.

Some investors believe the relative cheapness of value stocks, which include energy companies, banks and industrial conglomerates, will catapult them to leadership if the nascent U.S. economic revival gains momentum, shifting focus from the big technology-related stocks that have led markets during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Russell 1000 Value index trades at almost 18 times earnings, up from 14 a year

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