Management Analysis

Why We cannot always Trust What Management Claims

Management of any company is its best spokesperson. One of the responsibilities of the management is to create an environment conducive for the business of the company. Therefore, the management does its best to create the best possible positive impression about the company in front

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Share Pledge by Promoters: A Complete Guide

The current article highlights different aspects of share pledge by the promoters of any company. The article also guides public shareholders on the interpretation of the pledging of shares done by promoters. Why promoters raise money by pledging of shares? How to know the amount

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Stock Warrants to Promoters: How to Analyse

The current article covers different aspects related to the preferential allotment of stock warrants / share warrants to promoters. The article focuses on the significance of warrant issuance from the perspectives of a retail investor and how she should analyse and interpret issuance of warrants.

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How to do Management Analysis of Companies?

The current article highlights the key steps/tools that investors should use to find out a good management and avoid bad management. An investor should read these carefully and inculcate them in her stock analysis process so that she may avoid falling into the trap of

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