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No beating about the bush.
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...
Every customer has access to prices and specifications from suppliers
anywhere on earth. Customers can play one supplier against the other.
Under those conditions, long-standing relationships and good products are
not enough.” How true, in a networked world! So, Ram Charan embarks on reminding us of the forgotten art of systematic personal selling celebrated in
the yesteryears by the...
Four books from Wiley capture the current financial crisis from four angles. Collectively, they offer interesting insights
It is common among businessmen, fund managers, analysts and sundry experts in the media to label the current financial crisis as something so sudden and virulent that “nobody could have predicted it.” This is not true. Peter Schiff did, at least partly, in Crash Proof,...