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The Bubble in Non-Banking Finance Companies
Aug 18, 2016

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We track and analyse a number of financial trends that help us figure out if the health of a listed company...not to mention the overall market...is improving or deteriorating. And our analysis has led us to conclude that Sensex 40,000 in three to four years could be a reality.

But keep in mind that financial trends are always evolving. Sometimes they point to a positive outlook, but they certainly ring alarm bells too! Like when there's too much euphoria in the market...

In a recent issue of The 5 Minute WrapUp, I wrote about the kind of stocks everyone wants to buy these days. Most of the so-called hot stocks today belong to just one sector - non-banking finance companies (NBFCs).

NBFCs have historically enjoyed some regulatory freedom compared to banks. Plus, unlike banks, most well-managed NBFCs have a niche product portfolio. They have also typically been far ahead of the banks in lending against assets like gold and property.

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