NEVER sell your house to buy equities. It’s just a metaphor to explain when you should get aggressive with putting more money into equities. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has often been sighted saying 2003-2007 was one of the most golden and ferocious bull markets in India. This led us to think about what was so unique at the start of 2002-2003 that such a crazy bull run happened.
Everyone knows they should buy stocks at low P/E and the real way to make money is by buying stocks at a valuation where you are not paying too much for future growth but there is not much literature published on this topic.
Markets talk in the language of expectations and not Hindi/English etc. At any point of time in the market cap of a company, there is an inherent expectation embedded about future cash flows and discount rates.
Debt financing is a fantastic way to raise funds to help grow your business. Raise debt in the right way with these expert tips.
Valuation ratios help evaluate the right price for a company’s income stream. Read on to learn about five such ratios and relative valuation.
The Buffett Indicator is a measure of stock market valuations. Amit Kumar Gupta of Fintrekk Capital uses the Buffett Indicator to find out if the Indian stock market is overvalued.
Wondering how to distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure? Click here to know its definition, types, examples and find out their formula for calculation!
Investors have been eagerly awaiting what could be India’s biggest public offering—LIC IPO. The government has set a target of…
Want to know what are the different types of corporate actions and what impact they have on stock price? Click here to read about corporate actions and things to know as an investor.