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Ah, Retirement, That Hazy Time of Life…
Retirement. A word that is used to sell so many useless financial products. We always see ads...
Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future. — Paul...
Non-performing assets (NPAs) is a funny term. The adjective ‘non-performing’ is now part of...
Politics and economics (P&E) are like conjoined twins. We know both will move in the same...
In a bull market, the quality of the company does not matter. Often, the worse the quality,...
Most of us are happy to look at profits as a key number to base our investment decisions on....
These are heady days, in the stock markets. My friends point out that I am being too...
The ‘Greater Fool’ theory is witnessed and proven every day, in our stock...
Indian pharmaceuticals companies continue to shock investors. Their litany of wrongdoing is...
Stock markets and mutual funds keep our universe closed to bonds. It is as if we are happy...
Corporate action is a very wide term. It generally means that there is going to be some...
The vicious cycle of Government banks seems to have started all over again. The Reserve Bank...
In the article, “Stock Picking in Good and Bad times”, I had talked about my bias towards...
In my article about investing in stocks of pharmaceutical companies (Moneylife, issue dated...
There are good businesses and great businesses. And there are industries that are ‘sunrise’...
Demonetisation is either wonderful or ugly, depending on which side of the political spectrum...
High ownership by promoters as a criterion for investing is an attractive approach....
The demonetisation of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, announced on 8th November, has virtually...
The noise around the stock markets is a constant. If we look at it logically, earnings ought...
A question that keeps getting asked repeatedly is: ‘What is the intrinsic value of a share’?...
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