Can an Indian retail investor invest like Warren Buffett? The answer is YES. Here is the process to cherry-pick stocks during the tough time for the Indian economy.
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?
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.
Every trader has to make a move to be an investor. Here are 4 reasons why I had to make a move and unlearn some of the trading ideologies and learn the art of investing
Why I added all my mutual fund position for tax saving in Feb 2017 to my portfolio and also share why this is the last and final portfolio report update.
Detail portfolio reports for the whole of 2016. Lessons learned from some of my blunders in 2016 and plans for 2017 to build a better performing portfolio.
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
Why DSPBR Tax Saver mutual fund added to my portfolio along with plans for November. My portfolio crosses a major milestone of 15 lakhs in October 2016.
Stocks and mutual fund positions added in September 2016 to my portfolio and plans for October 2016 and detail analysis of why I invested in Pidilite Industries so heavily
Stocks and mutual fund positions added in July 2016 to my portfolio which crosses 5Lakhs and plans for the August and beyond along with portfolio performance.
A step by step process for you to follow my new investment portfolio with an objective to building wealth.