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Raunak Dhedia    


Mumbai, India

With 2 years of experience, I'm a full-time equity analyst known for my expertise in fundamental analysis across all company sizes. My in-depth financial research and articles provide valuable insights into stocks' true potential. I bring clarity to complex financial data, helping investors make informed decisions.

Contributor since: 2023

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Raunak Dhedia

Mumbai, India

Tata Technologies IPO: A Tata IPO After Almost 2 Decades!

Tata Technologies, a global engineering services firm, is launching an IPO with strengths in automotive expertise, electric vehicle solutions, and a diverse global presence. Despite concerns about reliance on top customers and automotive market fluctuations, the IPO aligns with the company\'s positive revenue growth and solid digital capabilities. Investors should weigh these factors, recognizing opportunities in the growing Indian ER&D market.

Raunak Dhedia

Mumbai, India

IREDA IPO: A Comprehensive Review of a Leading Public Financial Institution in India's Renewable Energy Sector

The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) is set to launch its Initial Public Offering (IPO), marking a significant milestone in the journey of one of India\'s leading financial institutions in the renewable energy sector. With an impressive track record and a strong commitment to supporting India\'s renewable energy projects, IREDA\'s IPO is positioned as a strategic initiative to bolster its capital base and augment future lending capabilities.\r\n

Raunak Dhedia

Mumbai, India

The Impact of Elections on Stock Markets: A Comparative Analysis of the US

Political uncertainty indeed poses significant challenges for investors when assessing how elections impact Indian stock markets. Here\'s a deeper look at some of these challenges

Raunak Dhedia

Mumbai, India

The Indian Rice Export Ban: A Comprehensive Examination

India\'s recent ban on rice exports is causing a global rice crisis. This ban impacts rising rice prices and shortages, India\'s important role as the world\'s largest rice exporter, and the extensive global results, including panic buying and economic chain reactions. Government-to-government (G2G) exports provide limited relief. In this complex web of interdependencies, international collaboration and adaptable strategies are vital for addressing the challenges posed by environmental instability and soaring rice prices.