Dr Vijay Malik – Simplifying Value Investing – Fundamental Analysis

“Peaceful Investing” is the result of my experience of about 15 years in stock markets. It aims to find such stocks, where after investing, an investor may sleep peacefully. If later on, the stock prices increase, then the investor is happy as she is now wealthier. If the stock prices decline, even then the investor is happy as she can now buy more quantity of the selected fundamentally good stocks.

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Analysis: Valiant Organics Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Valiant Organics Ltd, an India speciality chemical manufacturer producing Chlorophenols, Para Nitro Aniline (PNA) etc. It is a part of the Aarti group, which has Aarti Industries

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Analysis: Jamna Auto Industries Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Jamna Auto Industries Ltd, the largest manufacturer of suspension solutions (spring manufacturer) for commercial vehicles in India and the third-largest in the world. The company manufactures products

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Analysis: SOM Distilleries & Breweries Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers SOM Distilleries & Breweries Ltd, a beer and Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL) manufacturer. The company produces beer brands like Hunter, Black Fort, Power Cool and Woodpecker,

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Analysis: Amber Enterprises India Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Amber Enterprises India Ltd, India’s largest contract manufacturer of fully built air conditioner (AC) units as well as components of AC and other white goods like refrigerators,

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Analysis: AIA Engineering Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers AIA Engineering Ltd, an Indian manufacturer of grinding equipment used in mining, cement and power industries. AIA Engineering Ltd specializes in grinding media, liners and diaphragms containing

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Receivable Days: A Complete Guide

Receivable days represent the number of days customers are taking to pay a company for its sales. We calculate receivable days using the following formula: = 365 / (Sales / average of trade receivables outstanding

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