The current market correction has taught me some good lesson I like to share with my blog readers. And ask your best investment lesson learned in this correction?
Why I don’t trade in futures, options or even commodities and forex and why I think every retail trader or investor should avoid it for the same reasons
The top-down approach identifies the broadest option first and drills down to the sectors and companies. With the bottom-up approach, it’s the companies first.
One has to identify at what valuation one is comfortable investing and then invest in the right stock at the right price and for the right time to make the most returns from the investment.
Answering all ROE questions: What is ROE (Return on Equity)? What is the ROE formula in very simple terms? Why High ROE Isn’t Always Good?
What is OPM? How to use OPM to invest in the right business? Why OPM is the vital ratio to consider when investing in businesses with a similar product line?
Earnings yield is the ratio of the earnings per share or EPS divided by the current share price. It is inverse of the price to earnings ratio
What critical information to look in the annual reports before investing in any company and how to judge the management and the future outlook of the company.
ROCE stands for return on capital employed which means the return promoters are able to generate from the cash or capital being deployed in the business.
Understanding the PE ratio and how to calculate forward PE ratio. Why the growth outlook doesn’t help even the long-term investors make money from the market?
Understanding the current market correction, the stocks and sectors to avoid now but more importantly where to look for next market leaders and multi-baggers
Giving PoA doesn’t mean all your wealth is now with the stockbroker and he can kick you out from where you live. It only happens in movies or tv serials.
How I use these 7 websites Screener, Investello, ValueResearchOnline, MoneyControl, BSEIndia, ChartInk, TradingView to quickly reject not so good investment opportunities
The screener query to the Joel Greenblatt’s magical formula from the book “The Little Book That Still Beats the Market” along with my view on the magical formula.
The average retail investor isn’t able to create wealth in the market despite markets doing so well. Why there is so much gap between investment return and investor return?