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A book that will improve your spending and investing habits
I recently read a wonderful book called The Undercover Economist by Tim Hartford which answers many questions related to business, governments and economic policies, without taking you into the depths of textbook economics. It brings economics to the reader in a delightful manner, with real-life examples that are easy to relate...
A decade after it made demat compulsory, SEBI has failed to mandate even a one-time clean up of shareholder registers, leading to a huge mess
Sometime in the 1980s, as a cub reporter, I bought the minimum number of shares in two listed companies - Jyoti Structures and Indian Shaving Products and my father bought equally tiny lots in GNFC and Chloride India. I soon decided to keep away from...
A great book on value investing from a master of that art
Forrest Berwind “Bill” Tweedy was a strange man. No one knew where he came from or when he was born. He wore suspenders, had a bushy moustache and a big potbelly. He never married or had kids.
He had his lunch at the same place at the same time every single day. At his cluttered roll-top desk at 52 Wall Street, Tweedy was busy writing...