Posts by Kshitiz Jain

Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 4


January 16, 2019
This time, I have combined the key takeaways from 3 letters. Because, while Warren Buffet writes these letters with a gap of one year, we are trying to bring up these articles every month. So we need to avoid being repetitive. But, most of the knowledge imparted by him is so timeless and relevant, that […]

LEARNING FROM WARREN BUFFET SERIES – PART 3


December 8, 2018
After a long cooling off period, here is our third part of the much liked series from Mr. Kshitiz Jain. This one should be read by everyone as the takeaways are extremely relevant for Indians. Do participate in sharing the knowledge. Comment / Share / Like. Berkshire Hathway Shareholder letter – 1979 Learning 1 Buffet […]
Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 2

Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 2


February 25, 2018
Here is the second in our Warren Buffet Series. (Refer Part 1). This one is quite interesting and relevant. Do participate in sharing the knowledge. So do Comment / Share / Like. Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder letter – 1978 Learning 1 Buffet warns investors against forecasting folly that prevails in the stock market. He clearly communicates to […]
Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 1

Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 1


January 17, 2018
What is this series about? We have all heard a lot about the ace investor Warren Buffet. But how many of us have really read through his letters? So here we are, launching a learning series where our expert Mr. Kshitiz Jain summarizes the learning from each of his letters and connects it to what […]
Do you get attracted by market forecasts?

Do you get attracted by market forecasts?


July 24, 2017
“Bullish on market, see Sensex at 32000 by December 2016″ – Citi Jan 13, 2016 “Citi’s December 2017 Sensex target at 31500, implies 5% upside”- May 05, 2017 We often come across news headlines such as above. The “expert” forecaster’s ever changing goal posts. Forecasts are everywhere. The financial markets are inundated with forecasts by […]
Frequent changes to your investment portfolio can be detrimental

Frequent changes to your investment portfolio can be detrimental


June 11, 2017
The list of top performing stocks or mutual funds keeps changing frequently. This is of course obvious as the performance depends on various factors and some of these factors are not completely in control of the company’s management. Even good companies with sound management will face ups and downs. There is one obvious question that […]
Planning to fail in your golden years?

Planning to fail in your golden years?


June 3, 2017
Yet again, a discussion with few friends on a Sunday afternoon has brought me here today. We were discussing about our future plans and each one of us wanted to retire early and retire rich. No surprises there. What surprised me is that my friends only have a vague idea, no concrete plans about how […]
Look beyond the obvious

Look beyond the obvious


May 17, 2017
A few days back, I met an old school friend Rajeev on my flight from Mumbai to New Delhi. We started reminiscing about our old school days and the time just flew by. Rajeev has done well in his career and is working as a Management Consultant with a reputed consulting firm. Somehow, the discussion […]