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"I work at the intersection of finance and psychology, to build smart
systems that earn market crushing returns"
- Rahul Shah

Rahul Shah

Rahul Shah
Editor of Profit Hunter

Profit Hunter

Microcap Millionaires

Profit Velocity

Rahul Shah is the editor of two systems-based recommendation services: Microcap Millionaires is a deep value investing service that has beat the Sensex 2x since inception; and Profit Velocity is a momentum-style investing service.

He is also the editor of Equitymaster's free newsletter read by over 300,000 subscribers, Rahul Shah's Profit Hunter. (If you aren’t a reader yet, sign up free here)

Following in the footsteps of his father, a successful businessman and investor, Rahul earned an MBA in Finance from NMIMS (one of India's leading management universities).

Rahul first joined Equitymaster as a Research Analyst, fresh out of university in 2003. But left shortly after to pursue his dream job with a Swiss investment bank.

However, he quickly became disillusioned working for the 'financial establishment'...

He learned firsthand, the greedy stereotype of an investment banker is true, and became uncomfortable working for a company that put profit above everything else.

In 2006, Rahul rejoined Equitymaster to serve honest, hardworking Indians like his father, who want to take control of their financial future - and not leave it in the hands of greedy money managers.

Following the investment principles of Benjamin Graham (the bestselling author of The Intelligent Investor) and Warren Buffet (considered the world's greatest living investor), Rahul has recommended some of the biggest winners in Equitymaster history.

Some of his highlights include:

  • 545% in 11 months with Titagarh Wagons
  • 175% in 11 months with Lloyd Electric
  • 170% in 12 months with HIL Limited

In his spare time, Rahul enjoys writing poetry, playing cricket and singing purana Hindi movie songs.

Click here for a 30-day, risk-free trial of Rahul Shah's Microcap Millionaires.

Articles By Rahul Shah

When My Mom Gave a Big Thumbs Up to the Rebirth of India...

Feb 12, 2019

How a family vacation to Singapore brought out the contrast between India and rich countries.

What Makes My Readers Sleep Like a Baby Amid Falling Prices?

Jan 16, 2019

How should an investor react after suffering losses on few of his holdings?

Does Your Stock Picking Strategy Pass the 'Faraday Test'? Mine Does...

Dec 28, 2018

The proof of a market beating strategy is in the experimental pudding... The Faraday Test is proof of mine...

How to Find the Best 10X Stocks? Reject the Other 96.5% that are Not...

Dec 25, 2018

Finding 10X stocks is also about rejecting fast the 96% of the stocks that aren't.

Tanu, Manu or Kanu. Who are You in this Whole Urjit Patel Saga?

Dec 12, 2018

What do I make of the sudden resignation of Urjit Patel and its long term implications.


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