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Start catching the falling knives

Dear Readers, I have always been believer of the fact that timing the market is impossible; particularly because the numbers of variable factors are beyond one’s imagination and as we move forward the variables will increase. However what I certainly believe is that one can price the market just like one determines the valuations of the stocks before investing. Even while pricing we won’t consider complex valuation methods because at times a simpler approach can be more effective than the…

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Could Cera be your next VIP Industries !!

Dear Readers, Till about two years back i.e. Aug’09, the stock of VIP Industries was trading at Rs 75-80 and guess what it’s already a 12 bagger with current market price hovering around Rs 960. You all knew for sure the brand equity of VIP Industries, the bellwether in the travel products i.e. luggage, however most of you must have missed out the same and thus missed out a 12 bagger for your portfolio. In investments, one should keep it…

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Long Term Investment = Zero Loss

Equity has an image of being a very risky investment (only for those who don’t understand it completely) vehicle that somehow works in the long term. A look at past data and you will find startling results. Your chances of incurring losses goes down as your holding period goes up. If you held investment in the Sensex for at least 14 years, beginning any date in the past 30 years, you would have never lost your money. Some startling numbers…

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Brokerages crying foul over….you can’t make money whi

Dear Readers, Any sustainable long term business is only built when your clients make money, while Brokerages have been trying to invert the universal truth. However as they say, you can’t have the best of both worlds. Brokerage businesses are seeing a rapid slowdown with some of them being clammed up for sale while most of them have cut down headcounts to save on cost. First let’s go through what Mr. Rashesh Shah of Edelweiss, the leading brokerage house of…

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