Patience And Investing

When I think about how most of us approach the attribute of patience, the quote that comes to mind is "God give me patience, but please hurry !"

Most of us are in a big hurry. We are in a hurry to reach our destination, we are in a hurry to achieve our goals and we are in general dissatisfied with the pace at which life progresses. More...

Money Lying On The Sidewalk

The Indian markets are getting no love from investors right now. The country looks like a complete basket case. Inflation is high, interest rates are high, the currency is weak, current account and fiscal deficits are high, policy is in a complete state of paralysis, GDP growth is collapsing and the mood is completely gloomy. The Indian government is doing itself no favors and having shot itself in both feet is headed toward shooting itself in the head. More...

Value Investing In India Is Dead !

Long live value investing !

Benjamin Graham said that in the short run the market is a voting machine and in the long run the market is a weighing machine. Unfortunately for investors, he did not define the duration of the short run and the long run.
Ben's basic premise was that over time the quoted value of a stock would reflect the underlying worth or the intrinsic value of the business it represented. More...