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Equity99 Advisors’ Rahul Sharma on trade market & More | ET Now Exclusive
Equity99 Advisor Rahul Sharma joined ET Now to have an exclusive talk on status of trading in market. There seems to a bit of a scare among the traders about market ebbing out. According to Rahul September would not be as easy in terms of money making unlike the months July and August.
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Nifty hovers around 11,300; Top stocks in focus | Rahul Sharma of Equity99 Advisors to ET Now
Rahul Sharma speaks to ET Now about his best pick stocks. SBI is one macro stock that is best picked by Rahul Sharma because of its performance. The performance of SBI has been better than the expectations. The moratorium numbers are also low.
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How will liquidity help the market stabilize post-COVID? I Rahul Sharma to ET Now
Rahul Sharma, Equity99 Advisors, talks to ET Now about the role of liquidity in the current economic scenario. He says that the policies to preserve and heighten liquidity will drive the market forward.

 

Broader markets slip in negative zone amid lockdown | Rahul Sharma to ET NOW
The lockdown could bring huge stress on Banking Sector and NBFCs as the moratorium numbers for them were affected very badly but surprisingly financial companies like HDFC and more brought in good moratorium numbers

 

How United States’ stimulus package can boost the global economy? | Rahul Sharma to ET Now
Rahul Sharma, Head of Research, Equity99 Advisors talks to ET Now about how he has analyzed the market and how expensive and stretched it is.

 

Taking Stock: D-St rallies for 5th consecutive day; financials lead the charg
Indian market started on a muted note but closed in the green for the fifth consecutive day in a row on July 7. The S&P BSE rallied nearly 200 points while the Nifty50 closed just a shade below 10,800 levels.