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Value Investing Lessons Relevant At All Times

  • Some pointers to curb downside risks
    (Oct 21, 2013)This article discusses some pointers to curb downside risks in stocks.
  • Can you really be a stock market genius-III?
    (Jul 8, 2013)In an earlier article we discussed Joel Greenblatt's views on how ordinary investors can make a fortune by identifying opportunities in major corporate events.
  • Damodaran's pearls of wisdom: Part II
    (Jul 5, 2013)In our first article of the series on Professor Aswath Damodaran's Pearls of Wisdom, we introduced the concept of 'investment philosophy'. We talked at length about 'intrinsic value investment philosophy' as enunciated by Damodaran.
  • Damodaran's pearls of wisdom: Part I
    (Jul 4, 2013)In a recent investor event held in India, Professor Aswath Damodaran of The Stern Business School have shared some words, which we believe are invaluable to the investor community.
  • Can you really be a stock market genius-II?
    (Jul 4, 2013)In an earlier article we had discussed Joel Greenblatt's views on how ordinary investors can become stock market geniuses. We had specifically discussed how investors can spot the value investing opportunity in corporate events like spin-offs.
  • Can you really be a stock market genius? - I
    (Jun 25, 2013)The broad meaning of value investing is investing in securities that are trading below their ' intrinsic value'. It's basically buying something cheap than its actual worth.
  • 1992 batch of Sensex stocks: Century Textiles & Industries Ltd.
    (Sep 27, 2012)Change is said to be the only constant in nature. Only those who know when and how to adapt to such changes are the ones that survive and progress with time.
  • 1992 batch of Sensex stocks: Ceat Ltd.
    (Sep 27, 2012)If one had invested Rs 100 in the stock of Ceat Ltd at the start of 1991, his investment would currently be up by about 78% in absolute terms.
  • 1992 batch of Sensex stocks: Mukand Limited
    (Sep 26, 2012)In India, steel industry in pre 1990s was under the government control, particularly the ntegrated steel sector.
  • 1992 batch of Sensex stocks: Bombay Dyeing
    (Sep 26, 2012)A famous quote by Charles Darwin, the man who changed the way the world thought about evolution, goes thus: "It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change."