Dr Vijay Malik – Simplifying Value Investing – Fundamental Analysis

“Peaceful Investing” is the result of my experience of more than a decade 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: Atul Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Atul Ltd a leading chemical company in India producing life sciences and performance chemicals. The company owns one of the largest chemical complexes in the world. “Analysis”

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Analysis: Minda Industries Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Minda Industries Ltd a leading Indian auto-component manufacturer producing switches, horns, lighting, alloy wheels and other auto-ancillary products. The company has 62 plants located around the world.

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Analysis: Supreme Industries Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Supreme Industries Ltd a plastic goods manufacturer in India. The company manufactures plastic pipes, plastic furniture, cross-laminated films, protective packaging, composite LPG cylinders etc. “Analysis” series is

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Analysis: Sonata Software Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Sonata Software Ltd involved in providing information technology services to international clients and software distribution business in India. The company provides solutions oriented around Microsoft Dynamics 365,

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Analysis: Just Dial Ltd

The current section of the “Analysis” series covers Just Dial Ltd, which primarily provides local search services where users can find out sellers of different products and providers of different services in their area. The

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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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3. Case Studies: Applying Peaceful Investing Approach

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