"Peaceful Investing": My Stock Investing Approach
“Peaceful Investing” approach is the result of my more than a decade of experience in equity markets. This approach helped me invest even when I had a full-time corporate job and therefore, could not spare a lot of time for stock analysis.
During my investing journey, I have faced almost all the common challenges of the investors; the biggest one being “scarcity of time”. “Peaceful Investing” approach keeps in mind that an investor will have only limited time for stock analysis.
The objective of “Peaceful Investing” approach is the selection of such stocks, where once an investor has put in her money, then she may sleep peacefully. Therefore, if later on, the stock prices increase, then the investor is happy as she is now wealthier. On the contrary, if the stock prices decline, even then the investor is happy as she can now buy more quantity of the selected fundamentally good stocks.
Watch Balance Sheet Analysis through a Free Sample Video:
Podcast: Dr Vijay Malik talks to host Anupam Gupta about Peaceful Investing
Must Read Article to learn Stock Analysis
“Selecting Top Stocks to Buy” is a series of articles written by us in which we have touched upon various steps required to be taken before an investor decides about investing in stock of any
Latest Company Analysis
The current section of the “Analysis” series covers India Glycols Ltd, an Indian company manufacturing glycols, ethylene oxide derivatives using renewable raw material (alcohol, molasses), guar gum derivatives, alcohol & spirits, industrial gases, and nutraceuticals.
The current section of the “Analysis” series covers India Nippon Electricals Ltd, a TVS group company, manufacturing electrical ignition systems for automobiles (two-wheelers, three-wheelers), and gensets (portable generators). “Analysis” series is an attempt to share
Recent Conceptual Articles
We believe that an investment in a stock is ultimately, a faith in the integrity and shareholder-friendliness of the promoters. Stock investment is much more than the part-ownership of the company. This is because the
It is said the primary aim of a company is to maximise the wealth of its shareholders. Therefore, whenever an investor puts money in any company, then she expects that the management of the company
Whenever a fundamental investor buys shares of a company, then she buys it with an expectation that the promoters/managers of the company will grow the business significantly in the future. She places her trust in
Promoters, many times, work full-time in their companies like any other employee of the company. It is only natural to think that when they dedicate their entire time to the business, then they would also
We conducted the “Peaceful Investing” workshop in Bengaluru on February 9, 2020. The workshop was aimed at sharing equity investing knowledge with the participants that could help them gain confidence while taking their equity investment
We conducted the “Peaceful Investing” workshop in Hyderabad on November 24, 2019. The workshop was aimed at sharing equity investing knowledge with the participants that could help them gain confidence while taking their equity investment
We conducted the “Peaceful Investing” workshop in Chennai on Sept 22, 2019. The workshop was aimed at sharing equity investing knowledge with the participants that could help them gain confidence while taking their equity investment
Travelogues: My Bike Rides
Get free e-book of Analysis of 20 Companies
- Get the e-book: “Case Studies: Applying Peaceful Investing Approach”
- Learn fundamental analysis by reading 20 case studies in this e-book
- Get email updates of our articles
Get email updates of our articles
1. Getting Ready for Starting Stock Investing
- Getting the right perspective for stock investing
- Stock investing is an entrepreneurship
- How to choose the right approach for stock investing
- Why I left technical analysis and never returned to it
- Trading diary of value investor (Read my investing diary)
- Are Your Stocks Losing Money While The Market Is Going Up
- Common Mistakes done by Investors and How to Avoid Them
- Why management analysis is the most important in stock investing?
- Learn simple steps to analyse management quality of any company
- How to understand warrants issued to promoters
- How to interpret pledging of shares by promoters
- How to interpret share buybacks by companies
- How to contact companies for clarifications/additional information