Monthly Archives: February 2008

Risk!

“A lot of times, the risk of investing is the lowest when the perception of risk is the highest.” — Mr. Sandip Sabarwal, CIO, JM Mutual Fund.

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Markets: Valuations still not low enough?

Source: Mint High valuations seem to be taking a toll on the Indian market. The Indian market has been one of the worst performers this year, with the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) India index down 15.9% year to date … Continue reading

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Blame yourself every time a market expert fails you

The Sensex has fallen by 10.8% since the beginning of this year. Experts who till two months back saw no wrong with the up and away Sensex, and were predicting it will continue to go up, can now be seen … Continue reading

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A 'Must Read' Article

The Bespoke Investment Group under their B.I.G. Tips column had a brilliant article out today. Here’s is their text. Please be sure to read all the way through. A Review of the Headlines: A recent review of the daily headlines … Continue reading

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Does Everyone Lose in a Crash?

It’s quite common to hear someone grumbling about how much money they lost on a stock, but did you ever stop to think where that money went? In contrary to popular opinion, that money is far from lost. In fact, … Continue reading

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Analysts as entertainers

“I still wasn’t convinced, until Bob whispered in my ear what I would make in the first year. It was about three times what I was paid at Bell Labs. I stopped protesting so loudly. He then said “And that’s … Continue reading

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