In his book ‘Poor Charlie’s Almanack’ legendary investor and author Charlie Munger writes ‘spend each day trying to be a little wiser than you were when you woke up. Day by day, and at the end of the day- if you live long enough- like most people, you will get out of life what you deserve.’Independent investor and investing coach Vishal Khandelwal lives by these words. An analyst who quit his job at the age of 34 to focus on teaching the Aam Aadmi the art and science of investing. Safal Niveshak, Hindi for successful investor, has been his platform where he gives online training on investing. A prolific writer, Vishal spends 75 percent of his waking time in reading and learning.Vishal does not like to speak about his stock picks and the returns his investment has generated. The fact that he has been able to come out of a job by taking care of all his liabilities gives an insight that he has done well for himself.Close Vishal is known more as a teacher of … [Read more...] about The analyst who quit his job to be a teacher and a ‘Safal Niveshak’
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What is meant by the term value buying? What are the typical signs of a value stock?In the context of the stock market, value investing means buying a good quality stock at a cheap valuation. It is something like buying items (clothes, shoes) in a ‘sale’ or when they are available at a discount. Two factors are very important here. The stock should be of a ‘good quality’ company and it should be available ‘cheap’. Sometimes, value investing gets confused with buying whatever is available cheap. That is not value investing. On the contrary, it could end up being a value trap resulting in no returns over a period of time. As an analogy, it means buying brands like Zara, Puma, Zodiac, Van Heusen during a sale. A discount bargain at a roadside stall may not necessarily be value investing.The technical definition of value investing is buying the stock of a good quality company at a price that is lower than its intrinsic value. Intrinsic value here … [Read more...] about Classroom | A primer on spotting quality stocks and avoiding value traps (Equity: Part 28)
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