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Value Investing in India

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Cheap, ugly, obscure and otherwise ignored: these are characteristics in companies that Professor Bruce C Greenwald of the Columbia Business School looks for when he makes an investment decision. Being one of the leading proponents of value investing, a paradigm of investing pioneered by Columbia University’s Benjamin Graham and David Dodd in their 1934 text, Security Analysis, it’s no surprise that Greenwald likes such companies. Value investing, as the term suggests, works on the assumptions that the market is inefficient, and involves buying companies whose stock price appears cheap when viewed against its ...
(buys and sells) the fund's investments in accordance with the fund's investment objective. In the U.S., a fund registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under both SEC and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rules must distribute nearly all of its net income and net realized gains from the sale of securities (if any) to its investors at least annually. Most funds are overseen by a board of directors or trustees (if the U.S. fund is organized as a trust as they commonly are) which is charged with ensuring the fund is managed appropriately by its investment adviser and other service organizations and ...
Swaraj Engines | The Thrifty Investor
Swaraj Engines Limited (SEL) is a Mohali based company originally established to manufacture engines for the erstwhile Punjab Tractors Ltd(PTL). The Company was a joint venture between PTL and Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd(KOEL). However  last year PTL was taken over by Mahindra & Mahindra(M&M) which is the market leader in Tractors(PTL was 3rd). SEL manufactures diesel engines, diesel engine components and spare parts. It supplies 5 types of Engines from 20HP range to 50HP range and also manufactures high-tech engine components for Swaraj Mazda. The Company’s engine business constitutes approximately 93% of ... market research, surveys and trends
India Investment Blogs | Capital Mind
As improbable as it may seem, you'll want to read more than my not-so-humble opinion on Personal Investment in India. Here's a list of places you can go to: Journey to wealth by Amit An interesting take on investments, though not updated very regularly (I know, people with glass houses...). Amit writes refreshingly well on subjects close to my heart, like real estate, stock market investing and the like. Person finance in India - the not so obvious stuff Vivek Venugopalan talks about taxes, banking, stock market investments etc. His take on " How to get financiall organised " is a good refresher - heck, I ... market research, surveys and trends


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Value investing in India. Govt may relax FDI in retail .... government has permitted 51 percent FDI in single brand retail outlets, alluring both global and ... 2012 from the current estimated size of US$ 35 billion, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tom Russo on Global Value Investing (Part I) --
’s Berkshire Hathaway [nyse: BRKa] and Charlie Munger’s Wesco Financial [amex: WSC] annual meetings. It is my pleasure to introduce to you our opening keynote presenter and the first speaker of the morning. You may have read about him in Outstanding Investor Digest [OID], and we've included his biography in your blue registration folder. The abbreviated version of his bio is that Tom Russo attended Stanford University and received a Masters in Business Administration [MBA] as well as a law degree. As many of you know, Charlie Munger is a big fan and admirer of Stanford finance professor Jack McDonald, so when I ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Yahoo Will Invest in Hackers With Good Ideas
"We are open to many ways of having a stake in creative young companies," said Jeff Kinder, Yahoo's senior vice president for media products and solutions, on the sidelines of a Yahoo Open Hack Day in Bangalore. The Internet company does not have a fund earmarked for this purpose, or a definite model or set of criteria for such investments, Kinder added. Hackers and Open Hack Days have proven to be important sources of new ideas and technologies for Yahoo, Kinder said. Meme, now a microblogging site, was transformed from an internal Yahoo product idea into a product on Yahoo's platform after an Open Hack ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Investing Options In Indonesia
Asia is home to several emerging and globalizing powers, including India and China but one nation that stands out but is not largely covered in the business media is Indonesia. Little is known about Indonesia in the investing circles despite being a country made up of some 17,000 islands, which is now the 4th most populous nation in the world. One striking feature that highlights Indonesia's growth in recent years is the fact that the country has managed to avoid recession during the global downturn, unlike some of its more export-reliant neighbors. Over the last decade, Indonesia has emerged as a vibrant and plural ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Value Investing in India. Fast forward to today. People ask me what about investments in India. And in India, though I'm not really very up to speed on the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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M&A in India, by number of projects and value, 2000–06 . .... By country, the largest direct investor in India is Mauritius, largely because of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Investing in India: Where Is the Smart Money Going Now? - India ...
It seems as though everyone is investing in India. During the past few years, every type of investment in the country -- including private equity and venture capital -- has exploded. Last year, net foreign institutional investment inflows topped $17 billion. In contrast, just four years ago, in 2004-05, total FDI (foreign direct investment) in India stood at $3.75 billion. At first, investment tended to focus on the technology sector; today's investments are in everything from real estate to infrastructure. In a keynote speech at this year's Wharton India Economic Forum , Vinod Dham, managing director of the NEA-IndoUS ...
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Given the Jet Speed way the economy moves, one needs to invest enough to last for sometime. I agree that most of us are not "Warren Buffet s" , but at least we should make efforts to invest enough when times are good , so that we enjoy its benefits when we need it. Are their simple books /websites for "Non- Financial" to get educated as Financial people. Do you know anyone who can help, and has done very good for himself/herself. Any help from Linkedin members will me appreciated. Thanks SA posted November 18, 2007 in Wealth Management | Closed Share This Dear Subhashish, There are a variety of books on the market in the ...
In India, why do technical people end up in people and project ...
They feel that they got a 'saturation point' after 7 years of technical experience. Many will differ from my opinion . They feel it is a sort of depromotion if they code after so many years of experience. regards vinodhsen posted 6 months ago Database Architect at Afilias canada see all my answers Take off "In India": it doesn't affect the question. The usual rule is that managers are paid more than non-managers, so the typical route to progress to more responsibility and money is to go into management. It gets quite troublesome in technical/engineering organizations; they commonly need to create a technical track ...