Tag Archives: Sensex

Sector Spotlight: Healthcare in India

Is Healthcare providing a potential opportunity for Indian investors? Explore recent sector performance with S&P DJI’s Koel Ghosh and see how India’s Healthcare sector stacks up to broader markets. Read more here: https://www.indexologyblog.com/2020/05/11/covid-19-revelations-health-care-is-wealth/

How are India’s Capital Markets Changing?

COVID-19 has left its mark on India’s capital markets, as gains of the past five years were given back in Q1 2020. S&P DJI’s Ved Malla takes a closer look at how India’s sectors have held up amid uncertainty. Read more here: https://www.indexologyblog.com/2020/04/06/covid-19s-role-in-the-changing-landscape-of-indian-capital-markets/

Is Passive Investing an Evergreen Option in India?

How can indices help inform and simplify decision making in the current climate? S&P DJI’s Koel Ghosh explores potential roles indexing could play when allocating for desired outcomes during COVID-19 and beyond. Read more here: https://www.indexologyblog.com/2020/04/14/passive-investing-an-evergreen-option/

Exploring Low Volatility over the Long-Term in India

How does the low volatility factor respond to periods of crisis and do the results tend to hold over the long term in India? S&P DJI’s Koel Ghosh takes a closer look at the low volatility anomaly in India. Read more here: https://www.indexologyblog.com/2020/03/24/low-volatility-strategies-in-times-of-high-volatility/.

Low Volatility Strategies in Times of High Volatility

The week ending March 20, 2020, marked one of the worst weeks for the Indian equities market, with the S&P BSE SENSEX witnessing record lows. The index recovered 5% to close at 29,915 (price return [PR]) on Friday, March 20, 2020, but it was still 17% down as compared with the week before, when it Read more […]

Capital Market Performance during the Five Years of Narendra Modi’s Government

The Narendra Modi government will soon complete its five years in power. With polling underway to elect the next government, India is in election mode. Everyone is discussing politics and predicting the election results. The backers of the current government claim that the return of Modi will provide stability and ensure development. On the other Read more […]

Start Out with Passive Investing

Professionals in varied fields are often too busy to research, plan, and understand the best investment style.  A common worry is the risk associated with equity markets.  Yet this anxiety is primarily due to myth and inadequate knowledge. To protect, add value, and grow their assets, both institutional and retail investors face a myriad of Read more […]

Changes to the S&P BSE SENSEX

The methodology of the S&P BSE SENSEX has seen many changes over the last 30 years. In October 2018, it was again modified after an extensive market consultation. The recent changes brought new clarity to the boundaries for entry and exit of stocks in the index. Constituents are selected by size and liquidity. Now, any Read more […]

Do Indian Equity Mutual Funds Generate Alpha When Adjusted for Risk?

Risk-adjusted returns showcase the return accrued for every unit of risk held in a portfolio. If two portfolios have the same returns over a given time period, the one that has the lowest risk will have the better risk-adjusted return. Modern portfolio theory (MPT) assumes that an investment with higher risk should compensate the investor, Read more […]

The Blooming of Passive Investing in India

A few years back on highlighting the benefits of passive investing or index investing; there was skepticism on its ability to get a foothold in Indian financial markets. How the tides have turned! Now, not only do we have the skeptics accepting its value, but also propagating the concept. Undoubtedly, India is still largely an Read more […]