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I’m a keen reader of MoneyLIFE and your articles in various newspapers over the years. As a professional value investor, I intend to write to MoneyLIFE about various issues related to our markets and corporate law. Here’s one. I invested in two delisting situations, viz., Apeejay Tea and JK Investo Trade. The reverse book building process relies on past market prices to fix the floor price and...
The Times group forges unusual alliances with companies which serve the interests of everybody - except those of readers and consumers. This article throws new light on this unique “business strategy”
If you are an investor who depends on India’s largest-selling economic newspaper for unbiased news, then you must know and understand the concept of “private treaties” (PT). Since the...
On Wednesday, 12 December 2007, we saw something truly remarkable. The Asian markets were all sharply down due to a 290-point fall in the Dow Jones Industrial Index the previous night. Before the Indian market opened, I got a call from one of my friends, asking me where I saw the market headed. Before I said anything, he said, “It looks grim, isn’t it?” he asked. I said that the market would...