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...
"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 proposal was recently rejected by SEBI on the grounds that the capital gearing ratio would exceed 2x, thereby breaching SEBIs buyback regulations.
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.
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
A Ponzi scheme is one where the underlying project doesn’t generate any profit, and the existing members/investors are paid
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.”
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.
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