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The biggest challenge for a value investor
Aug 12, 2014

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

Aswath Damodaran's 'Bubblenomics'
Are all bubbles bad? Are they easy to predict or time? Do bubbles occur frequently? How should investors react if they have absolute conviction in the existence of a bubble? Get answers to all these and more in this very interesting blog defining the costs and benefits of timing a market bubble. (Musings on Markets)

Is SEBI doing enough to bring retail investors back to the market?
In contrast to the Indian economy that does not paint a very bright picture, Indian equity markets are shining these days. However, the rally is not getting much support from one of the key participants - retail investors. A lot of this may be to do with the rampant cases of market manipulation. Is SEBI doing enough to win back the confidence of retail investors? Read on to find out... (Money Life )

This is how Warren Buffett found a key to his happiness....
There is a subtle difference in being rich and being wealthy. The latter not only includes money but also your emotional well being and health. And the world's richest billionaire, Warren Buffett, seems to have found his solace/happiness in the latter. But the question is - can we too translate his insights about wealth and happiness in our life to make it more meaningful? The answer is yes. Read on to find out how this could be done in a simple yet effective way. (Psychcentral)

The biggest challenge for a value investor
The principles of value investing are nothing but plain, old common sense. But the real challenge is to live those principles as a long term investor. Here is an interesting article that highlights some key things value investors must keep in mind while making their investment decisions. Read on... (Trefis)

Tanushree Banerjee

Tanushree Banerjee (Research Analyst), is the editor of ValuePro, The India Letter, and Stock Select, Equitymaster's oldest recommendation service. She is also the editor of Equitymaster's most popular newsletter read by over 200,000 subscribers, The 5 Minute WrapUp. Tanushree started her career at Equitymaster covering the banking and financial sector stocks along with scrutinizing the RBI policies. And over the last decade, developed our research processes that have 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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IndianMoney.com

Aug 13, 2014

Value investing is analyzing the fundamentals of a stock and picking up good stocks which are undervalued for no particular reason at bargain prices.
identifying an undervalued stock is quite a difficult task and one needs to be good in fundamental analysis.

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