In your interest.
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No beating about the bush.
There are generally two categories of books about places. One, travelogues that contain a lot of factual information about a city and two, biographical sketches, which trace the history of cities; they seek to bring a place alive by capturing its myriad moods. This book belongs to the latter category and is a portrait of one of the world’s largest cities.
Sam Miller, BBC’s Delhi...
A unique approach to investing that suggests you watch economic trends, select the right sectors and invest through exchange traded funds
Writing this book during the worst periods of market decline, Stein points out that “with the amount of pessimism that we’ve seen in the market, and with financial leaders around the globe coordinating bailout and rescue efforts, I think the surprise will...
Value investing and behavioural finance are among the most popular terms in the investing lexicon. The first says that, for superior gains from stocks, you simply need to buy shares that are below their intrinsic value which the market offers you at times of panic. The gap between the market price and intrinsic value corrects over time. The market price even overshoots the intrinsic value...