India’s Warren Buffett Reveals His Secrets

He was dubbed by media as India’s greatest investor, the Oracle of Mumbai; Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is an Indian Chartered Accountant by qualification but an investor/trader by profession. In 2010, Forbes rated him India’s 51st and the world’s #1062 richest man with wealth of $1.0 billion. Much like Warren Buffet, he buys into the business model of a company by judging the longevity and growth potential. He gives top priority to “competitive ability” and “management quality” of the enterprise. But Rakesh’s investment mantra took some interesting turns for growth, with a subtle endorsement for “momentum,” a dirty word for many die-hard value investors. Here is a summary of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s version of intelligent investing based on his talks over the years. FOCUS ON THE “COMPETITIVE ABILITY” OF THE BUSINESS

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3 Responses to India’s Warren Buffett Reveals His Secrets

  1. sonia kapur says:

    hi saumil,
    posting same message second time as am still waiting for ur reply
    thanx for ur efforts for prviding valuable informations on value investing.indian stocks prices at investinvalue .com is outdated, can we still use their value screener ? if yes , how? i tried to contact investinvalue admin by email , but email delivery got failed.do u have their email address? do u know any other value investing based stock screener on net?

  2. james moylan says:

    I have a web site where I give investment advise on penny stocks and stocks under five dollars. I have many years of experience with these type of stocks. if anyones interested in these type of stocks you can check out my web site by clicking my name. I would like to comment about india I think the emerging markets have gotten a bit ahead of themselves here I would avoid these areas.

  3. Jas says:

    Saumil, are you from NMIMS’99?

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