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Are Public Sector Banks out of trouble?
Jul 7, 2015

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

What happens if Greece votes 'NO'
Greek people are required to vote on a referendum as submitted by the European Commission on 5th July. Those citizens who accept the referendum should vote 'yes'.  Greece Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has urged the people to cast a 'no' vote to the referendum.  Read this article to know more about the implications if Greece votes against the referendum.(Bloomberg.com)

Quality or price; which is important?
Investors are often struck with the dilemma of whether to invest in good business available at a high price or not so good business available cheap. Benjamin Graham, the value investor, has dwelled upon this topic in great detail in his book 'Security Analysis'. Read this article to learn more about his views. (valueinvestingworld.com)

Are Public Sector Banks out of trouble?
Public Sector Banks have been facing a lot of stress in their asset quality due to high exposure towards stressed sectors. In 2014-15 the private sector banks grew their loan book by 18% while the public sector banks loans portfolio grew by 7%. Read this article to learn more about the future and challenges of the Public Sector Banks. (financialexpress.com)

Do you believe in bottom-up approach for investing?
Bottom-up approach overlooks broad sector and economic conditions and instead focuses on selecting a stock based on the fundamentals of a company. Value investors follow the bottom-up approach while investing in stocks. However there are various parameters you should look out for while using bottom-up approach. Read this article to learn about these parameters while using the bottom-up approach? (financialexpress.com)

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