7 vital reasons why retail investor who wants to build wealth should consider investing every month irrespective of the indices being at all time high
I have been in the market for a decade and has executed some of the worst trades possible and then a move to consistent profits trading and slowly moving over to investing.
Report by ETMarkets on 23 most wealth destroying stocks from march 2011 to December 2016 and how to identify such wealth destructors in advance to invest safely
Everyone expects inflation to go down with liquidity crunch but my concern is more about demand supply impact with ban of 500 and 1000 Rs and impact of Donald Trump’s reforms in USA.
I have often shared investment decisions but today I share the best investment decision that I have ever taken in my complete investment career that has transformed me completely as an investor.
Here is my ultimate checklist that I always follow before considering any business for investing.
Why anybody and everybody cannot be a trader or investor in the market and how those who cannot be a trader or investor can still create wealth from market.
3 questions are my first line of rejection for any business. It is not based on sales, PE ratio, earnings, EPS, management efficiency, debt or even chart patterns.
Multibagger stock should have No Debt, High ROE and ROCE, Low PE Ratio, Future growth, Market leader, Ethical Management, Experience
The best 5 investment advice that you will ever need to read and follow to become successful investor in market.
Trading and investing are two different approaches to market. Knowing the thumb rule to each approach can make the difference between making or breaking in market.
Investing in market is not all about remaining invested in market or invest in blue chip stocks and hold for at least 5 to 10 years?
Answer to questions: Do I see a market bottom being formed and if not what could be the possible market bottom? Is this the right time to be investing? What are some of my favorite stock in such tough time.
Tax is a very significant portion of our total expense. What if your profit or return on your investments can be tax free or significantly lower in tax?
When it comes to home loan, there is one more jargon that we need to understand and it is pre-EMI. So let me explain what is pre-EMI, how it is different from EMI?