‘How low can a stock go?’ is the wrong question to ask; focus on these 4 fundamental factors instead Empirical evidence suggests very few stocks make it to earlier levels post a significant correction. Even if the stock bottoms out, recovery to a previous high has been rare, which is the main reason for buying the stock after a sharp correction in the first place
Get out or stay put? Investors start to worry as stocks rally loses steam Indian equity benchmark Sensex witnessed a solid 32 per cent jump from its March 23 low of 25,981 to hit the 38,492 level on July 28. It has since come down about 3 per cent .
Pinch of labour shortage will be felt once festive season begins, says Lohit Bhatia of Quess Corp Social security schemes a must to ensure that workers return to cities from villages for work, says Bhatia. There has been an exodus of about 25 million from cities.