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The problem of time in portfolio
Nov 24, 2014

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

What does China have in common with Brazil, Ireland, Spain and Sweden?
China's latest rate cut is not just a desire to keep the economy going. There is more to it than meets the eye. The country counts itself amongst a handful of nations that faced banking crises within three years of their supercharged credit growth. And with Chinese banks lurking on the brink of disaster, the economy is doing its best to ensure a soft landing. (online.wsj)

Bill Gates three learnings from Warren Buffet
The richest man in the world, Bill Gates, has been friends with Warren Buffett for almost two decades now. Since the legendary investor is well known for his wit and wisdom, even Mr. Gates has too learned a lot from Warren Buffet over that time. However, recently Mr Gates revealed three insights he's picked up from him over the years. Read on to know about them.. (Fool)

Why the U.S. and U.K. Have Fared Better than Japan and Europe
The conflicting policy paths taken by the world's developed countries leaders provide lessons for global leaders navigating difficult post-crisis environments. As per the article on wall street journal, U.S. and U.K. economies seem to have taken some right steps; on the contrary the eurozone and Japan have fumbled. Read on to know what were these wise steps that these two nations undertook? (Online.wsj)

The problem of time in portfolio
The article on Forbes discusses about, the relative time discrepancies in ones financial lives. While doing investment, large part of academic models in investing uses a linear model of the financial world. And also apply financial asset allocations based on this linear thinking. Now this is intuitively obvious and also true. While this methodology applies well to our portfolios in a practical sense however in reality, it doesn't. Read on why author believes this... (seekingalpha)

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Bhavita Nagrani (Research Analyst) is a Chartered Financial Analyst (ICFAI) with nearly six years of experience in the field of equity research. She has a deep understanding of the global as well as the domestic Healthcare industry and keenly tracks the developments therein. When it comes to stock investing, she is a strong advocate of the bottom-up approach to stock picking and has a remarkable ability to discern nuances in the business models of companies belonging to the same industry. Bhavita is the contributor to our large cap franchise, StockSelect.

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