Horrible Investment experience

What makes an investor happy, unhappy or plain miserable…I have often wondered about this..and here are some common characteristics…of miserable investors: They Pay too much attention to detail: They are new in the field, they join a few groups, read all magazines, news papers and can throw a lot of jargon. It does not matter […]

Value Investing: Crack the code

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7 Deadly sins while investing…

There seems to be a list of lists as far as investment mistakes or sins are concerned…this is my list… Not having a Goal while choosing products: Well qualified people come and just ask ‘I am investing in xyz fund is it a good fund’?..There maybe NOTHING to say whether it is a good fund […]

Attitude towards success..

As a nation our attitude towards success is a little funny. Let me explain. Try standing in a group and say something nice about any successful person – Sunil Gavaskar, Lata Mangeshkar, Dhirubhai/Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata, Aamir Khan, Sindhu, Gopichand, Narayan Murthy, Deepak Parekh, Kumarmangalam Birla,  Sachin Tendulkar – the person, age, gender,  does not […]

Doing a program on Mutual Fund Investing: Nism: Today….

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Do your own financial planning?

Are you a DIY who thinks he/she can do the whole financial planning process by themselves? And that you will go through the process of goal setting, finding the most appropriate tools (mutual funds, bonds, equities, real estate…or whatever), select the fund schemes, invest, keep updated, track investments, file Income tax returns, and do annual […]

Why share prices fluctuate…lesson 102

Now let’s play with the growth and risk numbers a little. Let’s say that a lot of competition is coming in from overseas and that growth may slow from 5 percent to 4.5 percent. How will this change in growth affect price? Here are the new numbers: D1 = 10.45, g = 4.5 percent (0.045) and r = 10 percent […]