For six weeks now, the indices have not made any meaningful advance. The sensitive index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)—the Sensex—has remained below 40,000, a key psychological mark. When the market swooned in the third week of September, I suspected that it was a danger signal for the bulls. But that turned out to be false signal and the strong dip was only a chance for bulls to scoop...
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