• SEPTEMBER 20, 2013

Should you pay more for good stocks?

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

Should your investment decision be based on Fed's cues?
The Fed recently announced that it will continue its $85-billion-per-month bond buying program. This prompted buying activity in most of the global share markets. As an investor should your investment decisions be influenced by Fed's decisions? This interesting piece has highlighted some guidelines which investors should keep in mind while taking the investment decisions and should not be carried away by the government's policies. Read on... (The Motley Fool)

Investing lessons for growth investors
As per Investopedia, 'a growth stock is defined as a company whose earnings are expected to grow at an above-average rate compared to its industry or the overall market. In this article, the author discusses three important lessons that investors should follow when investing in a growth stock. Read on... (The Globe and Mail)

Should you pay more for good stocks?
Most of the time the stocks that tend to outperform their peers trade at high valuations. But many investor ignore them thinking they are overpriced stocks. The legendary investor Warren Buffet has always preferred those stocks, which have strong fundamentals with solid moats. Is it worth paying a premium for such stocks? Read on to find out... (The Motley Fool)

Is your investment strategy suffering from this problem?
We believe Charlie Munger said it best when he said that all intelligent investing is value investing. In other words, there are different ways to achieve outstanding performance over the long term. The key, of course, is to identify yours and stick to it come what may. Mixing up different strategies often results in below par performance. If you haven't yet zeroed in on your philosophy, this article could well be your guide on the same. (Base Hit Investing)

What is the Indian government's plan for gold?
The Indian government's efforts to discourage imports of gold are well known. Many have discussed the issue endlessly. In this interesting article, the author has discussed India's current gold demand and the possible long term plans that the Indian government may have for this yellow metal. Read on... (SafeHaven)

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