Tweet Buster: Have optimism, will make money in this market; good & bad stocks

Market expert Sandip Sabharwal believed telcos’ pain may just be the beginning:

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To help investors navigate this uncertain phase, top D-Street mavens doled out advice on Twitter.
NEW DELHI: It was a week of dubious records, with some worst quarterly numbers for India Inc coming out in the same week. Vodafone Idea, Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications racked in cumulative losses of over Rs 1 lakh crore for September quarter.

Fears of a slowing economy escalated after data showed that wholesale inflation further slumped, suggesting lack of demand and pricing power. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman added to concerns when she ruled out any quick rebound in the economy.

Amid concerns over growth slowdown and hopes of another rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India in December review, Dalal Street ended near flat for the week.


To help investors navigate this uncertain phase, top D-Street mavens doled out advice on Twitter.

Here’s sampling some of them:

Market expert Sandip Sabharwal believed that telcos’ pain may just be the beginning:

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Sabharwal also made a case for RBI rate cut



Here’s how he reacted to the state of Indian economy.


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Amid market uncertainty, Nilesh Shah, MD at Kotak Mahindra Mutual Fund, highlighted why optimism is the key to success on Dalal Street.

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Shah in his tweets also favoured further rate cuts to boost the economy.


Helios Capital’s founder Samir Arora was again at his witty best



Basant Maheshwari, Co-Founder and Partner, Basant Maheshwari Wealth Advisers, and Shyam Sekhar, founder, iThought, tweeted on bad and good stocks.



At the end, here's the weekly investment gyan from Arun Thukral, MD & CEO at Axis Securities.






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