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Duty of a serious investor

Recently I found an important excerpt from a letter in 1938 by one of the greatest investors of all time – John Maynard Keynes. He made money for his fund in one of the most difficult markets of all time; his fund averaged 12% per year from 1927-1946 while during the same period the stock market fell 15% in absolute terms. That’s huge in terms of outperformance. I have produced below the excerpt from the letter as the same talks…

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Alpha+: Research Reports status as in Apr’16 – Focus on stocks, not on Index

Dear Readers, Please find below the status of Special situation & Long/Medium term Research reports on stocks made in Alpha+ as on 6th Apr’16. The status is updated on monthly basis. Our focus on high quality businesses has helped us find stocks which have consistently outperformed benchmark indices by a very wide margin. This is not an investment advice and is a track record of research reports initiated by us. The performance data quoted represents past performance and does not…

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