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Rising market tide has lifted even firms written off by investors

Shares of several companies written off by investors are making a comeback

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Indian stock market | Investors | Indian Economy

Sundar Sethuraman & Samie Modak  |  Thiruvananthapuram/Mumbai 



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Given the bullish sentiment, several small investors and even operators are increasing the wager on companies with tiny market capitalisation, said experts. They advise investors to exercise caution

The exuberance in the is not just limited to large-caps, mid-caps, and small-caps. Even companies that were virtually written off by have been buzzing at the bourses. These include stocks that were chartbusters during the Bull Run of 2007-08 but went out of favour, those with uncertain business models, and even those facing bankruptcy proceedings.

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First Published: Tue, December 08 2020. 23:49 IST

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