1. Starter Toolkit
Finding the best shares to buy for beginners & retail investors has always been a big challenge. In this article, we explore the strengths of retail investors and find solutions for their constraints. The aim of this article is to find out the qualities of
“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 the stock of any company. These articles deal with almost all aspects of
The current article is a summary of the key aspects of stocks analysis learned by us until now and puts them together in the form of a checklist for buying stocks. This article also provides further clarifications on the checklist by answering investors’ important queries
The current article aims to provide a framework for the detailed analysis of any stock before we delve deep into the threadbare analysis of any company for making an investment decision about its stock. It is said that there is no single path to success.
In the current article, we aim to highlight the necessity of shortlisting a few companies for detailed analysis, out of the thousands of companies available to an investor. We would also learn about various tools, which an investor can use for shortlisting these companies. Why
Books are an essential companion to any stock investor or trader. I initially learnt trading through technical analysis and later shifted to value investing by fundamental analysis. You should try to evaluate the true value of the stock while investing in it. Below is the
“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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