In your interest.
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No beating about the bush.
In the second issue of MoneyLIFE, we highlighted the idea of quantitative investing (“The Quantitative Approach to Investing”, MoneyLIFE, 21 March 2006). There was hardly any discussion about quantitative investing then. Even today, most discussions about a stock revolve around whether it is undervalued, based on fundamental factors such as cash flows, assets and earnings. More often, the...
Radio Mirchi is hot; its financial results are not. One more media company whose employees are making money at the expense of shareholders
This magazine is not a great believer in media stocks. We believe that they are too expensive, given that too many media companies are jostling with one another in a fragmented space and they are not exactly paragons of corporate governance. Two issues...
None of these stocks is there in the portfolios of mutual funds. Should you buy them? Analysis by Debashis Basu and Shailendra Lotlikar
Institutional investors, as fund managers are commonly known, are seen as the high priests of investing. They are experts in stock-picking – unlike millions of uninformed and emotional individual investors who, reacting to greed, buy high or, reacting to...