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Rather than identifying next leading sector (one may not get it right always) buy whats cheap and sell whats expensive. Simple, repeatable!
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Rather than identifying next leading sector (one may not get it right always) buy whats cheap and sell whats expensive. Simple, repeatable!
Don't chase a sector based on near term prospects. Buy a good business at cheap price.They will make money too, probably at much lesser risk
Time favors the rational.
Signs of bull market "Quantamental"
For those who are aiming at 20% CAGR over 10-15 years, read this
Volatility is your friend. Negative markets are good if you don't need money for next 5-10 years.…
Picking a mutual fund
Few Important suggestions on mutual funds via @jasonzweigwsj from the book The Intelligent Investor
Markets are getting excited. Ideal time to rebalance your portfolios. Don't deploy cash forcefully. Definitely don't lower quality standard
Value investing is so boring that you underperform during the most exciting times in the market. Most don't stick along due to this reason
As per our Nifty@MRP, markets are overvalued by 8%. What should you do? Subscribe to our Plan Alpha for free and get advice on rebalancing.
While investing in equity is purely for utilitarian purpose, most still end up buying equities for thrill and emotions.
Best time to raise money is during bull market or when stock is overvalued. Good decision by Kotak…
You can't be afraid of losing money in investing. You just have to make more when you win and maintain a decent win loss ratio
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Based on today's price, Kajaria Ceramics should grow at 25% CAGR 'over 5 Yrs' for earning just pre-tax FD returns.
Only 'kuch' mutual funds sahi hai
There will be market crashes in the future. But does it make sense to be paralyzed with fear merely because there’s a risk of getting hurt?
“Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once.” - Shakespeare
Not sure why people who aren't investing even 10% of networth in equities are so fond of outperformance. Buy index & spend time on rest 90%
at current PE if you are expecting 17% return in direct shares, you need HELP
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MFI model can pretty much exist. But it's cyclical nature,have some concerns on existence as standalone. May be a part of a bank makes sense…
Understand people are saying keep buying, what is the number you will stop at? Nifty@10,000? There has to be a number, everyone has it.
Junky stuff can be a good investment at the right price just like quality stuff can be a terrible investment at the wrong price
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In long term investing, one QTR results tell you nothing. Companies whose returns depend on a particular QTR dont qualify as LT investment
In bull market, money first moves to quality stocks, then leveraged and then to junk. As Euphoria recedes money moves to Fixed Deposits.
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@44strike @GurudattaKamath hv u heard many cos in news are junk business or Leveraged with hope of turnaround. FD comes after mkt corrects
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Though Portfolio diversification dilutes returns in bull market, it also dilutes fear in bear market. #Diversification is important
As far as you avoid Red stocks and expensive stocks, your portfolio returns will turn out to be pretty good and consistent
Brokerages queue up outside HNI's doors everwilling to crawl & write BUY reports to prop up their shares. Just to get brokerage a/c.
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Dmart came up with an overvalued issue. Got listed at more overvalued. Shot up further to super overvalued price. No risk visible, yet
Just because stock went up doesn't mean RISK wasn't there.
Our own biases are reinforced by the powerful influence of experts and peers we respect, the pressure for us to follow becomes compelling.
@MoneyWorks4ME More than just about markets.... It's a big political and social risk
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Both not launched by HDFC but acquired. Good luck believing one wud hv bought it from Zurich MF Even HDFC EQ/ HDFC Prudence were NOT HDFC ;)…
Free cheese is always available in mouse traps. :-) Source: internet
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TTK Pretige should earn 30% CAGR in revenue growth rate over 5 years to justify current valuation of 6517/share
Risks are there, which business isn't risky? Risk of permanent loss of capital seems low. Div yield is 3% & 8% growth gives 11% Cagr
If you think a little long term, INFY and TCS offer tremendous value. Inflection point is when digital growth>=decline in traditional serv
A word of caution from our side too. Don't stop investing but don't aggressively deploy everything now…
Assuming the missed upside is an insurance premium paid for protecting downside.…
Stock market is a big distraction for long term wealth creation. Bogle.
Stock Market is not like Music. Never listen to Top 10 ideas of the street. In Market behave opposite of crowd.
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