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No beating about the bush.
How much is that brand name in the window worth, asks Shreedhar Kanetkar and comes up with interesting analogies
“I want to produce a global Indian brand,” Naresh Goyal, the founder and chairman of Jet Airways, said recently. “That’s the passion for me, that’s what drives me. The people of this country, we have the capability to produce a global brand.”
A global brand can be a handy thing....
Experts advise you to buy stocks based on the “worth” or “earnings growth” of a company as reflected in its fundamentals. Those who advocate value investing suggest that you should buy stocks at prices sharply lower than their worth. But assessing the worth or the earning power of a company is the most difficult part of investing. Experts often get it wrong. It is almost impossible for...
Hedge funds use a wide range of securities, are free to trade long or short and leverage themselves by borrowing 4-10 times their core capital. It is this leverage that fetches humungous returns for them when their bets go right. Thanks to the low interest rates at which they could borrow funds and a simultaneous sharp upward rise of all asset classes – equities, commodities, real estate, art,...