Why Retail Investors have no business buying Individual Stocks
Investing in the stock market was never meant to be easy. The act of buying and selling a stock is the only aspect of investing that does not require any skill. But ironically, a lot of money...
The Three Stocks We Plan To Never Sell
"Our favorite holding period is forever"- Warren Buffet. Along the same vein, there are three stocks in our portfolio that we plan to hold on forever. These companies have generated super normal...
L&T’s Buyback – The Curious Case Of Rejection Of The Behemoth’s Proposal
L&T’s buyback proposal was recently rejected by SEBI on the grounds that the capital gearing ratio would exceed 2x, thereby breaching SEBIs buyback regulations.
Is There A Flipside To Passive Index Investing?
A majority of active funds have not been able to outperform the market, and this has prompted many experts to suggest a low-cost passive index investing strategy.
ETFs Vs Index Funds – Which Is The More Cost-Efficient Option?
Passive funds have gained a lot of popularity, with many studies suggesting that a majority of the fund managers do not outperform the market.
Stock Market Performance- Arguably the Only Economic Indicator Where India Has Fared Better Than China.
China has been the growth engine of the world for more than two decades now. India to a much lesser extent has contributed to the global growth
Would It Be Far-Fetched To Call The Indian B2C Internet Space A Ponzi Scheme?
A Ponzi scheme is one where the underlying project doesn’t generate any profit, and the existing members/investors are paid
Is There Enough Money To Be Made In The Indian Robo Advisory Space?
A Robo advisor is nothing but an online financial advisor which automates the whole investing process with minimal human intervention.
“Nothing. Sometimes nothing is the hardest thing to do” – A perspective on how to handle stock market declines
The current stock market scenario reminds me of this line from Game of Thrones – “Nothing. Sometimes nothing is the hardest thing to do.”
The Relationship Between Interest Rates And Stock Market Valuations
It is a generally accepted rule that the interest rates and the stock market move in the opposite direction. The reasoning behind this is that a lower interest rate is good for businesses at large.
Is The Indian Stock Market Headed For A Crash?
The current price to earnings ratio of Nifty is not very far from the one during the height of the Bull Run in January 2008. With a current PE ratio of 26.74, the Nifty requires just about a 5% gain to reach