Sully and the Black Swan

By now, almost every blog related to investing will have a post on “navigating uncertainty”, “investing in a crisis” and many other lessons. I thought I will make my contribution too by writing about what can investors can learn from Sully, a 2016 English movie. On Jan. 15, 2009, Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger tries toContinue reading “Sully and the Black Swan”

Life Insurance – a silent guardian, a watchful protector

A life insurance policy is the cheapest and safest mode of making a certain provision for one’s family. Everyone in the family can sleep peacefully without having to worry about the future. A person who dies without adequate life insurance should have to come back and see the mess he created. Will Rogers So whatContinue reading “Life Insurance – a silent guardian, a watchful protector”

Holy Grail in Stock Market

Hello! I have been in the markets for close to 3 years. I use a fusion of – Fundamental & Technical Analysis in my trading. I am still in the process of figuring out what works in the markets but I am making good money consistently. In this blog, I thought I will write aboutContinue reading “Holy Grail in Stock Market”

Kings of Capital – Covid Valuation

Saurabh Mukherjea raves about Kotak Bank and HDFC Bank. He even said – ‘We buy HDFC Bank every single day’ and added that he expects HDFC Bank to become 6x the current size. Woah. Manish Chokani said “If India become a 5 Trillion $ economy, the largest bank might be 400 to 500 Billion $Continue reading “Kings of Capital – Covid Valuation”

New Income Tax regime and the Intelligent Investor

The old tax regime was introduced in the 1960s to incentivise savings and investment. As we progress as a matured economy and more people become aware of personal finance, it is natural and sensible to shift towards a flexible rate structure. It has to be simple and make the decisions related to tax incentives easierContinue reading “New Income Tax regime and the Intelligent Investor”

Picking the bottoms

In my introduction blog, I spoke about using Technical Analysis and High Probability Setups for entry in quality stocks with good fundamentals. Recently, I listened to Nooresh Merani’s talk in IIC (https://indianinvestingconclave.com/recordings_itc/71?event_id=18) about Double and Multiple Bottoms in Nifty and how rewarding those setups have been. Thought I will write about one of the highContinue reading “Picking the bottoms”