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Diversification across companies is the cornerstone of smart investing. There is another kind of diversification, as Shreedhar Kanetkar explains
Fifty years ago, Philip Fisher wrote a book that became a classic: Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits. Among the many gems it contained were some thoughts on a question that has doubtless occurred to many investors -- before and since: “How much...
Readers of MoneyLIFE are fans of Walter Vieira’s column on marketing and etiquette. Inspired by his writings over the years, a tribe of engineers made the transition to marketing management and independent marketing services. Yet, his new book provokes some questions. Do we need a book to justify entrepreneurship? From local artisans who mend our garments, gizmos or
gas-guzzlers to the...
Interest earned on application money must be used to reduce issue expenses
Three years ago, just before a change of guard at the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), a committee headed by Dr P.J. Nayak, called the SMILE (Securities Market Infrastructure Leveraging Expert Task Force) Committee, made a series of recommendations on how to tighten and streamline the public issue...