When is the Right Time to Exit a Stock? 1. When Management takes Rash Decision. 2. When Business Environment isn’t Stable. 3. Other Better Investment Opportunity +3 more
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?
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.
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.
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
How I use these 7 websites Screener, Investello, ValueResearchOnline, MoneyControl, BSEIndia, ChartInk, TradingView to quickly reject not so good investment opportunities
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?
Is there any process to judge if the company is overvalued or undervalued? The answer is yes. I share my complete process to find out if the company is overvalued or undervalued.
5 of the most common reasons I see why companies like MRF Ltd, Eicher Motors or Page Industries don’t announce bonus shares or stock split.
I have been getting this question in my inbox and on Quora often. So I will answer the question but don’t expect a list of stock in the article to directly invest into.
This article is not about the asset allocation into debt and equity but it is about the right mix of market cap allocation to your equity part of the investment based on your risk appetite and the time horizon for your investment.
I don’t invest in mutual funds to the extent a retail investor should be investing. This is against my own view where I recommend every retail investor should invest in mutual funds.
The 200-day moving average commonly expressed as 200DMA is a very popular and widely accepted technical indicator among traders to analyze the underlying trend.
In a large-cap company, lower promoter holding can be acceptable to an extent but for a midcap and more so for small cap, I don’t prefer low promoter holding. So let me share what I consider an ideal promoter holding for a particular size of the company before investing.
What is stock buyback? Why don’t large Investors participate in the buyback? How is buyback different from promoters buying shared and what should small and retail investors do in buyback? How retail investor should use buyback for arbitrage play along with contract notes