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Have you checked these before investing?

Jun 12, 2013

Here is today's recommended reading list from Equitymaster...

Will the end of quantitative easing shake equities?
There have been indications of moderation in the quantitative program by the US Fed. This has sent the global equity markets in a tizzy. However, the author of the article believes that valuations of equities depend on their fundamentals and the interest rates at which they are discounted. These two factors are expected to remain fairly benign and refrain from causing a major upheaval in the stock markets. Read on to know more.... (The Financial Times Ltd - Free Registration)

Gold: Is the best yet to come?
Worried about the continued softening in gold prices? We believe the article highlighted here will provide some succor. It argues how gold and silver have note even started their up move yet. We are not saying that the author is 100% correct but it always helps to take into account the view of people on the other side of the trade. Especially when the reasons they give are quite compelling. Read on to find out why gold's best days could well lie ahead of us. (vronsky and westerman)

Have you checked these before investing?
Investing decision is a long and cumbersome process considering the vast amounts of data that clouds the mind. In such a scenario having an investment checklist simplifies the process a great deal. The author of this article provides a checklist of the factors that need to be considered before investing into a particular stock. Read on to know more... (GuruFocus)

Risk factors to consider before you invest
The best way to earn good returns in the stock markets is by taking calculated risks. To aid this process, the author discusses three types of risks that can be avoided in a potential investment candidate. Read on to find more... (Best Hit Investing)

Has Nouriel Roubini got it wrong this time?
Nouriel Roubini attracted sudden fame after being the first person to accurately predict the subprime mortgage crisis. And when a person of his caliber makes another prediction it definitely warrants investor's attention. Actually it's not a prediction so to say but an explanation regarding the recent fall in one asset class. The asset class in question is gold. In this article, Roubini gives explanations as to why the yellow metal has fallen recently. However, the most interesting piece of this article is the counter argument provided against Roubini's explanations. Which argument would you agree with? Read on to find out... (Mike Shedlock)

Madhu Gupta

Madhu Gupta (Research Analyst), ValuePro has a post graduate degree in both physics and finance. Having worked with India's leading economic research agency, she has a natural flair for numbers and analytics. She brings with her a near-decade long rich experience in the field of finance. A firm believer of the principles of value investing, she looks for robust businesses with durable competitive advantages.

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