Tweet Buster: How Twitterati on D-Street look at a shaky market & Indo-Pak tension

It was a roller coaster ride for domestic stocks during the week gone by. They started the week in the red, extended their losing streak into a record ninth day and then staged a turnaround on Wednesday.

However, the 30-stock Sensex ended the week on a flat note, rising just 0.19 per cent. Dalal Street’s Twitterati were as usual busy dissecting market trends, policy moves and macro data prints.

Minutes of the last rate review of the monetary policy committee of RBI, released on Friday, showed the central bank was trying to create a “congenial environment” for growth. That bit drew some comments.

ADAD Stocks: Troubles refuse to go away for the ADAG stocks. Sandip Sabharwal blamed the company mismanagement for letting the situation go out of hand.

Meanwhile, Shyam Sekhar advised market players to focus on other productive things

The ongoing geopolitical tensions between India and Pakistan kept the market cautious and eventually led to a lot of political fingerpointing, Here, Shankar Sharma tried to draw a simile with marketing.

Pearls of wisdom

What’s better on a Sunday than a few pearls of wisdom. Radhika Gupta of Edelweiss Mutual Fund took to Twitter to share the ancient secrets of wealth preservation. It’s definitely worth a read.

And here’s little advice on righteous and good client servicing

The pre-election market frenzy is not a new phenomenon. Here’s what Sandip Sabharwal of said on midcaps and smallcaps.

Shyam Sekhar, iThought

Basant Maheshwari, Basant Maheshwari Wealth Advisers

Safir Anand, Investor & Strategist

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