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Why This Attractive 'Silver' Stock With 9% Dividends Is Not a Buy podcast

Jul 29, 2020

Individual investors who have missed the rally in stocks over past three months are trying to catch up. They believe that since they missed the bus then, they should make up for it by buying the stocks that look cheap now.

The problem is that most of the stocks that apparently look cheap are undervalued for a reason. And blindly buying into them could be fraught with risk.

Now, if you think I am only talking about penny stocks or stocks that have terrible financials that are easy to spot and avoid, then you're mistaken.

For there are also companies that are relatively large with pretty decent financials but have a big risk overhang.

I am going to talk about just one such stock in this video.

Tanushree Banerjee

Tanushree Banerjee (Research Analyst), is the editor of Stock Select and, ValuePro Equitymaster's oldest recommendation services. She is also the editor of Equitymaster's most popular newsletter read by over 300,000 subscribers, The 5 Minute WrapUp. Tanushree started her career at Equitymaster covering the banking and financial sector stocks and scrutinising RBI policies. Over the last decade, she developed Equitymaster's research processes that helped us pick out various multibaggers, across all sectors. A firm believer of "safety first" when it comes to investing, Tanushree closely follows the investing philosophies of Warren Buffett, Jeremy Grantham, and Joel Greenblatt.

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6 Responses to "Why This Attractive 'Silver' Stock With 9% Dividends Is Not a Buy"


Aug 2, 2020

vedanta is another trap with huge debt on its books.delist at rs.87 was a decoy to raise market price and trap investors at higher rate.sebi came to know it .tats y removed it from nifty.anil agarwal group does not have good rep in international market.its another 1.5 lakh crore public sector bankk scam waiting to be unravelled.the main aim of this group is to plie debts and strip assets of group cos.tats y vedl delist offer at a low rate.


Paul DMello

Jul 31, 2020

I need to know this 9% div stock not to buy. Also could you advise me 12 stock which pay highest div and I can buy


Rajeev Garg

Jul 30, 2020

Very useful. The market buzz is that Vedanta will not be able to de-list at such low price. The general mood is that the de-listing price may be in excess of 135. What is your take on this ? Please share. Thanks



Jul 29, 2020

Send the stock name

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Jul 29, 2020

useful information.

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Amit kumar roy

Jul 29, 2020

Excellent analysis

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