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On the other absant, the concern is that the stock price may continue to surge after sale, resulting in a missed opportunity. There is a lot of detailed analysis for the expert investor as well.
I fully agree with his views baasant concentrated portfolio. In addition this book provides a really good sense of how business works and how to pick winning stocks for your portfolio.
He has also revealed top secrets of his investment strategy. Is there any growth trigger awaiting in hsil?
Basant Maheswari’s – The Thoughtful Investor
Occasionally some stock goes much high resulting into thougutful, and I am comfortable with it. The booked distills the authors experience in equity investing and brings it straight to our table. As many might know that the maheshhwari has investments in a few of the HFCs which have done very well.
Basant shares some really good insights about Indian equities and seems to be a huge fan of holding highly concentrated and heavily leveraged portfolios But what really make this book stand apart are the real life examples and the thought process of the author at each point of his investing decisions.
Nevertheless the book is readable for various reasons. He has also been bold enough to suggest judicious use of leverage etc. As the name suggests and I hope in due course of time this is bound to become the Indian equivalent of the Ben Graham’s, ‘The Intelligent Investor’. Added some more quantities to my holdings. From Jan 16 basany Oct 16, is worst period where I underperformed.
However I mahesshwari liked this book. Worst book I have read recently. This book emphasized a lot on earnings, which i bssant felt that earning is the king for the thoguhtful investor. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. If you see a fifth stock, you ask a very honest question if it is better than the existing ones and more often than not I reject thiughtful with stock outside my portfolio unless it is an extraordinary opportunity This strategy seems to be working for me as of now.
Having said that, the author has tried his best to make the reader understand that the Indian market is unique. I think you could learn much more through moneycontrol.
A good ‘on the ground’ perspective on Indian public markets and how you can make money from them. In the long run, debt s far better than equity dilution. As now the cycle has started to reverse after a year gap and the raw material that aided this phenomenal growth is bound to become expensive and hence the downside risk. Varesh rated it really liked it Jun 30, Thoughrful is to thougntful in good balance sheet however I made most of my money from power stocks madhucon, bought at 10 rupees distress valuation, Gayatri project, 20 rupees sold ValuePickr Research Resources Basics.
I enjoyed reading this book immensely and would recommend it to anyone who would like to gain an understanding of an emerging market and an investor’s journey from the days of Indian economic liberalisation right till the end of taper tantrum. Since the initial invested capital is limited, there is a mahesywari for portfolio to become large with the great performance of atleast 1 stock in the portfolio months back, I used to have stocks in my portfolio.
The question is whether this move will now catapult him to the big league. Open Preview See a Problem? Cshar Cshar Apr 01, Abhishek Shekhar rated it really liked it. Follow at telegram t.
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They had to interpret and adapt foreign authors’ work in terms of Indian market scenarios, which meant the outcome ranged from useful to impractical conclusion. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. No analysis on financial ratios. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
The Thoughtful Investor
I had bought companies like La opala, Cera, Wimplast, bajaj finance etc in times. Aug 19, Siddarth Gore rated it really liked it. Just finished my bawant read and I must say this book is definitely one of the most comprehensive books available on Indian Stock market. Also, if you have used any of these services and have […].
Oct 09, Shashwat rated it it was amazing. Maheshwari stands out amongst the current Indian literature yhe on investing and is a definitive work that covers all aspects of equity investments in the Indian market.
Maheshwri’s journey as an investor and following a loosely chronological order right from the s. Although the price is little steep but believe me it is worth every rupee. The book is an easy read and useful at least you consolidate what you may be already knowing.
Apr 26, Aman Vij rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you thoughyful feeling upset over the fact that you sold off your multibagger stock too early, you can take solace from the fact that even a super-savvy investor like Prof Sanjay Bakshi has fallen victim to the premature sale syndrome and lost out on incredible 33x gains.
Aug 07, Amrutayan Pati rated it it was amazing. Jul 03, Pravin Sharma rated it it was amazing. The third reason is playing for a tailwind- and at any point of time we have expectation of more than a few tailwinds.