Monthly Archives: December 2006

Warren Buffett: The Man with midas touch

Warren Buffett is a man who has made millions but he also started working at his father’s brokerage when he was 11 years old, that’s an age when most other kids were playing hide-n-seek and didn’t know how to spell … Continue reading

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`2007 will be year of consolidation and rise for the Indian markets' : Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Source: Businessline – Dec. 25 – Bangalore Equities delivered superior returns over the long term. “Market is always right. Markets cannot be taught, they have to be learnt. “We must have an attitude where we must balance fear and greed,” … Continue reading

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World’s top 10 financial crises

Money can turn everything into its contrary. If you’re ugly but rich, you can buy the most beautiful women; thus, money negates or flip-flops the very quality that should repel those women. On whom or what precisely this point reflects … Continue reading

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Investing, top-down or bottom-up?

by Radhika Kamath – HBL A blend of top-down and bottom-up approach may work to your advantage. Further, while every style has its advantages, one must understand the limitations associated with each. Different investors adopt different styles of investing. But … Continue reading

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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala – The Man who saw tomorrow

Best Quote: If you find an idea that you are convinced of, take a position which if proved correct makes a meaningful difference to your Balance Sheet Rakesh started his life as a son of a bureaucrat in a typical … Continue reading

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New Research Reports blog

Please visit AIII-Reports (http://aiiireports.blogspot.com/index.html) for latest Research Reports on Indian Equity. Thanks Rajeev! Enjoy!

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India: Beyond the Cyclical Boom

by Chetan Ahya – Morgan Stanley Unusually strong growth cycle. India has achieved strong economic growth of 8.2% over the past three years versus 6.2% in the preceding ten years. This compares with average economic growth of 10.3% for China … Continue reading

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