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Learning from the best

Learning from the experience of veterans holds much importance. In this ebook, eight veterans of the mutual fund industry share their investing lessons, mistakes, and anecdotes to help you become an intelligent investor.

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What this guide will teach you

  • How can patience be the biggest differentiator?
  • Does the buy-and-hold approach to investing work?
  • How to train your mind not to be complacent?
  • How does the quality of the promoters/management matter?
  • Should one focus on the history of a company or predict the future?
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What our readers say

  • Where Value Research is really useful is when it comes to new or lesser known funds that are the emerging stars of tomorrow.

  • I regularly read Value Research mailers to apprise myself of investment trends. This provides me with a useful background when considering fresh investments. To evaluate fresh investments, I use performance tables, which provide a useful database to make investment decisions.

  • I guess I have been able to achieve what I wanted to. Thanks to the guidance from the articles on the Value Research website and the advice of Mr Dhirendra Kumar. To switch over from regular schemes to direct growth plans, I chose funds of good standing based on the knowledge I gained from VRO.

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