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Value Investing Lessons Relevant At All Times

  • When FCCB turns ugly: Part I
    (Mar 28, 2012)This is a first of a two article series on Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs). Many Indian companies issued FCCBs in 2007 which are due to redeem in 2012, and this has challenging implications.
  • 3 Intelligent Personal Finance Thumb Rules
    (Mar 26, 2012)With the plethora of personal finance sites and the wealth of advice floating around on the web, given by your bank, or insisted upon by your advisor, sometimes it helps to take a step back and do a broad check to see if overall, you're doing the right things.
  • Do you skip these while reading annual reports?
    (Mar 13, 2012)The very prospects of hiring a new employee, getting married or seeking business partners compel us to have thorough knowledge of the individual we are to get associated with. Hence it is not just the curriculum vitae (CV) that we rely on.
  • Delisting: What should an investor do?
    (Feb 6, 2012)
  • Rule of '9-9-9' to make you rich
    (Nov 25, 2011)US Presidential nominate, Herman Cain, had come up with a program titled '9-9-9' aimed at reforming the US tax system.
  • Understanding Working capital - Part 1
    (Nov 21, 2011)Working capital is a critical component in the functioning of any business. Working capital is akin to the oxygen supply for a business.
  • Understanding the basics of yield curves
    (Jun 14, 2011)Very often you may come across the term 'yield curve' and wonder what it implicates for a common investor. In this article we will try and understand the basics of bond yield curves. Let's start off with a simple example. Say your office colleague, wants to urgently borrow Rs 5,000 from you. He promises to repay you the very next day.
  • Buyback: What should a retail investor do?
    (Mar 3, 2011)An investor buys a stock with the intention to earn returns. These returns accrue over a period of time. So why would a company buy its own stock? To earn returns on itself? Sounds confusing? Well read on to understand more.
  • Equity or Debt: Which is cheaper?
    (Oct 13, 2010)Put yourself in the shoes of the CFO of a company. One major aspect you will be confronted with in your job will relate to the financing of your company's assets. Just like a plant needs water to grow, businesses need capital in order to expand.
  • Investing and the 'rule of 72'
    (Sep 27, 2010)As an investor, the dream is to grow the money invested over years. Investors specifically look for opportunities that double their money or even earn more than double.