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Stock Market Wisdom (Lessons from a Lifetime in Capital Markets)

Stock Market Wisdom (Lessons from a Lifetime in Capital Markets)

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  • Author(s): T.S. Anantharaman
  • Publisher: Taxmann
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9788194924661
  • Approx. Pages 196 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
A Simple and Comprehensive Guide to enable you to invest smartly in Shares 
     • Why you should invest in the Shares
     • Market and Investor behaviour
     • Right number of stocks in your portfolio
     • Buy it, hold it, forget it or ........?   
     • Low PE or high PE?
     • Small or large companies?
     • Value or growth investing?   
     • Trading or investment?
     • Why Mutual Funds?   
     • Lessons in wealth creation from Buffett   
     • Key to multibagger returns
     • Income tax impact on share investment   
     • Accounting for share investment
     • How Sensex & Nifty moved over years   
     • Examples and analysis of past & emerging multibaggers
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 : Why should you invest in the Indian stock markets?
Chapter 2 : Evolution of the stock market in India
Chapter 3 : Market and Interest Behaviour
Chapter 4 : Right number of stocks in your portfolio
Chapter 4 : Invest in winners, do not chase losers
Chapter 5 : Buy it, Hold it, Forget it strategy
Chapter 6 : Low PE vs. High PE, which one should you buy?
Chapter 7 : Small vs. Large companies
Chapter 8 : Benefit from Beaten Down Stocks
Chapter 9 : Impact of current events on the stock price
Chapter 10 : Pricing power
Chapter 11 : Life expectancy of companies
Chapter 12 : Dividend decisions
Chapter 13 : Bonus shares, share split and right shares
Chapter 14 : Buyback of shares
Chapter 15 : Mutual funds and their relevance
Chapter 16 : Value investing
Chapter 17 : Investing in growth shares Lessons in wealth creation from Warren Buffett
Chapter 18 : Trading vs. Investment
Chapter 19 : Sensible investments – practical points
Chapter 20 : Key to multi-bagger returns
Chapter 21 : Basics of fundamental analysis
Chapter 21 : Basics of technical analysis
Annexures
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Author Details
T.S. Anantharaman has played a pioneering role in the Indian stock markets at regional and national levels. He was instrumental in developing the Cochin Stock Exchange, serving as its Vice-President from 1992 to 1994. He then founded the
Peninsular Capital Market Group of Companies (PCML) and served as its Chairman  and Managing Director between 1995 and 2008. At its height, PCML was one of the leading stock market intermediaries in the country, with over 250 locations nationwide, leading to its successful acquisition by Motilal Oswal Financial Services. He also served on the Executive Committee of the National Stock Exchange of India from 2002 to 2004. For a fifteen year stretch from 1991 to 2006, he wrote a popular weekly column on stock investing for the Malayala Manorama, one of the most widely-circulated newspapers in India. Mr. Anantharaman regularly speaks on the economy and capital markets to diverse audiences of investors, entrepreneurs, finance and management professionals, and students. In last decade, Mr. Anantharaman played a key role in growing the CSB Bank from a small regional bank to a recognized financial institution in the national arena, first as a director and then as Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has also served on the Boards of several listed companies including Manappuram Finance, Eastern Threads, and Motilal Oswal Financial Services. He continues to serve on many Boards including that of Kalyan Jewellers.

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