We are overweight on corporate banks, IT & pharma: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
Good opportunities have come up in the NBFC space in last one year.
V Srivatsa on top 3 sectors for value buying
In last 18 months, money flows improved despite returns not being inline with expectation.
Earnings growth visible in bank, consumer and pharma sectors: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
We believe India is a hard core consumption-oriented economy...
Consumption basket most attractively priced in medium to long term: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
Sentiment, liquidity have been driving markets up, says the fund manager
Market buoyancy at highest in last 12-13 months: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
A lot of value emerging in mid, smallcaps. A lot of buying has happened in these segments, says Srivatsa.
Markets will be range-bound with a negative bias till the elections: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
One would be watching out for election outcome from a three-four months perspective. Says Srivatsa
UTI MF’s V Srivatsa picks 2 sectors for next one year
Auto has been a very consistent performer over the last many-many years, says V Srivatsa.
Bullish on these 3 sectors as volatility cools off: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
“Global-oriented sectors like resources or energy are also expected to do well this quarter.”
Betting on IT, cautious on cement: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
“There remains the case of probably a combination of value and growth in IT midcap companies.”
Growth will return to pharma sector in 2018: V Srivatsa of UTI Mutual Fund
V Srivatsa, fund manager of UTI Pharma Fund, spoke to ET.com Mutual Funds on the prospects of pharma sector in the coming year.
Not trade war, these 2 factors pose bigger risks for Indian market: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
Market is keeping the hope alive of a strong earnings growth next year: V Srivatsa, UTI MF.
Bullish on 3 sectors, underweight on one: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
“I see no reason why growth cannot resume in the sector a couple of years down the line”
Worried over PSU banks in long term: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
Most PSU banks are trading at close to price to adjusted book value of one or maybe even more than one.
Markets to be range-bound or flat in next 3-6 months: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
The best way to invest would be to do an SIP over the longer term, says Srivastava
Any fall in Maruti price is a chance for accumulation: V Srivatsa, UTI MF
Our focus area in the private sector is corporate banks where we would buy on dips.
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