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How Nick Train makes mammoth gains

The February 2016 issue of Wealth Insight is out now with an exclusive profile on how Nick Train, the king of buy and hold, makes mammoth gains

Hot sectors to bet onSelect good stocks, hold them for a long, long time. It's a simple and successful mantra, but one that's not easy to appreciate and learn. In the February 2016 issue of Wealth Insight, the cover story is a profile and exclusive interview with one very successful investor who does this: UK fund manager Nick Train. Any investor has a lot to learn from Train--read the issue to find out what.

In Market Compass, read about the awakening of the long-overdue awakening of the primary markets, and analysis of 2015's best sectors and stocks. We also have an analysis of companies in which banks have converted debt to equity, and whose troubles could impact the banks themselves. Speaking of banks, read our view on why public sector banks cannot be dismissed out of hand.

In Analyst's Diary, we look at companies that have increased free cash flow in their latest results, a leg up for Havells in its sale of Sylvania, and an interesting and useful way of judging how companies are valued. We also look at strong urban consumption trends and which stocks it will impact.

Like every issue, our regular columnists bring you thought-provoking reading that will help you understand and anticipate events better: Vivek Kaul laments real estate's trust problem, while Saurabh Mukherjea examines how Modi, Rajan and technology are changing India. Sanjiv Pandiya looks ahead and foresees a troublesome 2016, Anand Tandon anticipates the rise of defence manufacturing as the new sector to watch, while Devangshu Datta show that this is the right time for value investors to get excited.

And of course, we also have other regular features like Stock Ideas in the issue.

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