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My week on Twitter 🎉: 32 New Followers, 6 Mentions, 53 Favorited, 6 Replies, 5 Retweets, 11 Tweets. See yours…d
Many new investors want upside like 5-stock portfolio and downside like 50 stock portfolio.
Indeed very important remark. Stick to your process 1) It suits you 2) You know its pros and cons 3) You can sleep well 4) You can replicate…
Never equate high ROE with Moat. Moats are rare & diff to build. ROE is a good starting point to shortlist business, but not a silver bullet
First few years it has loss set off. and it was close end for almost 5 yrs. Bulk of the alpha was during that time…
Jubilant Foodworks results would have a positive surprise if it trade at 15X PE. At 40X PE valuation, it demands much more positive surprise
I've argued 30 yr Sensex returns which equity sellers peddle is wrong.… More evidence - 57% rise in 11 weeks !
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Hence sell them partially when valuation stretch stretch, buy them when rationality comes back
Some high performers stocks correct hard & bounce back over time. However people overestimate their ability to hold them during correction
People think about long term goals for a very short term.
The way Funds r ramping up prices of new listings implies that founders & PE sellers don't know valuation? Or liquidity & technicals rule?
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"Nothing sedates rationality like large doses of effortless money" - Warren Buffett
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While rising markets are exciting, don't try to chase very high returns for long. At one time you'll end up holding lot of risk in portfolio
If you prefer holding more than 50-70 stocks, Nifty 50 or Nifty 100 Index Fund will be a good option for you!
Buy when short term investors are done selling, sell when short term investors are done buying
@dmuthuk These days, average is above average. Even market returns are not earned by investors due to cyclical behaviour gap.
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Did you know 12% AUM was pulled out of HDFC Equity Fund in Mar 2016 quarter. Right now the fund is a top Performer #KuchHiMutualFundSahiHai
I guess a third of the poverty will disappear if they are taught difference between simple interest and compound interest.
Think of this every bull market. Don't ruin ur savings. All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone.
yesterday: this one chart proves the bull market is just starting today: the last time this happened the market crashed - Financial Media
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Every bull market, a bunch of so called value investors turn into value speculators. Punters at heart can't sit quiet in one place.
When markets go up we see our 50% portfolio go up, when its down, we see 50% is not down. Good day I'm ok, Bad day I'm ok. #AssetAllocation…
There are lots of ways to get rich — but only one way to stay that way…
Don't mistake a few winners for a Midas Touch! #BullMarket
"Desire to get rich fast is dangerous. My own system is to get rich slow."- Charlie Munger
"Desire to get rich fast is dangerous. My own system is to get rich slow."- Charlie Munger
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We are observing that stocks with bad to worst fundamentals are going up 3-5x in matter of months. Stay away. Don't be greedy.
In bull market people overestimate what a co can do in short term; in bear market people underestimate what a co can do in long term.
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Imagine Nifty N50 to be a mutual fund too holding a bunch outperforming stocks. There is no structural reason & it won't continue happening…
And if it falls below 6% thats the time you have to invest heavily (Lumpsum) Provided you diversify in 2-3 funds and index Funds!…
Diversification is becoming more important than ever… $JPM $DEO $KO
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So forgive yourself for your errors. Don’t become discouraged, and certainly don’t try to recoup your losses by taking bigger risks.
The only way to avoid mistakes is not to invest -- which is the biggest mistake of all. - John Templeton
One definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and again and expecting a different result.
Shorter the account statement (no of transactions), longer can be your passport (no of trips)
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It is a very high risk to put money in corporate debt funds. Even for long term asset allocation, prefer only G-Sec Bonds…
Avoid subscribing to IPO due to 1.Expensive at peak earnings 2.Not yet established Biz model as Small Bank P.S. It may run up but its risky…
It is ok to underperform in current market.…
Sir John Templeton, ‘The time to reflect on your investing methods is when you're most successful, not when you're making the most mistakes’
Don’t chase returns in equity mutual funds, advisors warn investors…
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Normally when there is a strategic deal at a big premium, prices of other companies in sector get a pop. Not when buyer is Amazon.
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At MoneyWorks4me, we constantly read about businesses and economic cycles. We don't keep digging for investment ideas, they come to us!
Many tout returns without mentioning the risk they are taking & no one is honest to accept they were plain lucky & Risk didn't materialize
The most popular software for writing fiction isn't Word. It's Excel.
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You will outperform if you are willing to let the herd make easy money at high risk, we have chosen to underperform temporarily
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