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Learning from Warren Buffet Series – Part 5


February 25, 2019
Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder letter – 1983-85 Key Takeaways from the letters (in no particular order) Learning 1 Allocation of capital is the key – Allocation of capital is the key factor to judge a business management or a fund manager. It is one of the most crucial factors which decide the fate of the business or […]
Track Your Mutual Fund Investments Real Time

Track Your Mutual Fund Investments Real Time


March 15, 2018
Till some time ago, every family had a relationship manager who would periodically come and meet our parents and discuss his mutual fund investments with him. And that was the only time our parents could get to know how their funds were doing. This is similar to those times when the only way to send […]
Our Investment Experts Cater To The Minutest Of Queries

Our Investment Experts Cater To The Minutest Of Queries


March 1, 2018
This post is quite close to our hearts. Because in many ways, it defines who we are. Let us talk about two recent examples. Example 1 The other day, we met a 35-year-old salaried individual who had not started investing yet. He knew it was high time he should start deploying his surplus money to […]
Are you taking the right investing decisions?

Are you taking the right investing decisions?


July 2, 2017
Much like the overconfident hare in the fable of “The Tortoise and the Hare”, people can well fall prey to the exaggerated notions of their own infallibility. Are you then, the tortoise or the hare, when it comes to handling your money or investing? What if we were to tell you that overconfidence bias can […]