Luck smiles on Tata Motors, Trident as Wipro wilts


The flower of optimism wilted on Dalal Street on Friday as Wipro hit its lowest level in more than two years.

The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex shed 54 points to end the day at 27,782. The 50-share gauge Nifty50 closed at 8,572, lower by 19 points.

Shares of Wipro tumbled to their two-year low during the session. The stock plunged another 3 percent after a 3 percent decline seen on Thursday. The company had posted weaker-than-expected numbers for June quarter and investors see it wilting under the pressure that the IT giants are facing this year.

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A week of results of the bellwethers


The week was marked by the announcement of results of IT bellwethers Infosys, TCS and Wipro. And of course, the torch bearer of the market, Reliance.

An action packed week came to an end and we do hope our followers would have made money.

Here are some of the picks from the week that just went by.

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Why management quality should matter for investors – Nemish Shah


The original article appears here on the website of Forbes India.

The quality of the people running the show can make or break an investment decision, says master investor Nemish Shah

Nemish Shah is a reclusive man. He has not met the media for over 15 years. Even after Axis Bank took over his firm Enam Securities in 2010, he was neither seen at press conferences nor were his pictures bandied about in the media. So when he agreed to talk to Forbes India about his investment philosophy, we were excited. We met him at his sprawling office in downtown Mumbai’s Express Towers with stunning vistas of the Arabian Sea. The office is simple with light brown furniture and plenty of open space. There is no receptionist. It is quiet but it does not have the coldness of a private equity firm.
Shah, 59, co-founder and director of Enam Holdings, comes out and smiles warmly. He ushers us into his room at the appointed time of 12.15 pm. Tall and fit, the master investor, walks in a brisk manner. And we quickly get down to business.

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Does StockArchitect have anything else to offer?


During the past two weeks we highlighted some posts where investors could potentially have made money. But is that the sole purpose of StockArchitect? A resounding NO!!! We believe we offer a lot more than just that.

We also offer views of leading analysts. We have pulled some posts from the past week which inform you of what experts think. Our only purpose is to help investors make informed investment decisions. After all it is your hard earned money.

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