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Lessons from a master bargain hunter
Sep 5, 2014

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

Why business-like investing is the best
Legendary investor Warren Buffett once said that the most important words in investing were said by his guru Benjamin Graham: "Investing is most successful when it is most business like". This simple statement highlights the importance of thinking about stocks as small pieces of businesses. Read on to learn more. (Beginnersinvest)

What is the fallout of Mario Draghi's move?
The recent actions by the European Central Bank (ECB) have taken the markets by surprise. Clearly, the European economy is in dire straits. This contrasts sharply with the situation in the US where an economic recovery is underway. This insightful article connects the dots and provides a glimpse of the fallout of the moves made by the ECB President Mario Draghi. (Safehaven)

Lessons from a master bargain hunter
Sir John Templeton is considered to have been among the greatest proponent of value investing. He is also remembered as the pioneer of global investing. His investing philosophy can be summed up in his famous statement about markets: "Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism and end on euphoria." Read on to learn from a master bargain hunter. (Morningstar)

Has the Indian government put the RBI on a sticky wicket?
The Indian government has completed its first 100 days in power. From the market's point of view nothing exiting has happened. The budget was almost a non-event and there have been no major policy announcements save a few. In such a situation the RBI is once again in a difficult spot. If the government does not pull its weight, will the RBI have to resort to further rate hikes? (Valuere Search Online)

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