Learn from the best! | Value Research Rather than wasting your time to figure out investment strategies it makes more sense to follow the mavericks. Read the May issue of Wealth Insight to know more
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Learn from the best!

Rather than wasting your time to figure out investment strategies it makes more sense to follow the mavericks. Read the May issue of Wealth Insight to know more

A short list of Value StocksLearning from gurus is a time-honoured Indian tradition and investing should be no exception.

The cover story of the May 2018 issue of Wealth Insight is 'Guru's Choice: What the great investment gurus would choose in the Indian markets today. And it's not just theory, we have a list of companies that each guru would choose, along with a methodology you can learn and replicate!

That's not all, like every month, there's a lot more in this issue that will help your investments

First Page: Dhirendra Kumar discusses the role of the investing guru in becoming a more succesful investor

Interview: Anand Shah, Head - Investments and Deputy CEO, BNP Paribas Mutual Fund: "Companies create wealth, not markets"

Market Compass:

  • Tracking Sectoral Valuations: How expensive is each sector?
  • Sensex and SIPs: How systematic investments in Sensex companies would have performed over various time periods
  • The IPO tracker: The new public offers of the fourth quarter, and how they performed

Straight Talk: Anand Tandon sees the traditional resource curse in the story of UP and Bihar's development

Sanjeev Pandiya laments that technology is pushing us towards primitive ways of processing information, thus distancing us from our rational selves

Vis-a-vis: Monsanto vs Rallis

  • Analyst's Diary: Safe micro-caps; Related-party transactions; Companies with too much reliance on extraordinary items; When high debt doesn't mean trouble

Stock Screen: Read about these investment ideas that you can use now:

  • Quality stocks available cheap
  • Attractive blue chips
  • High dividend-yield stocks
  • Discount to book value
  • Reasonably priced growth stocks

Stock Analyst's Choice: Our regular scorecard of the stocks we've recommended since 2011 and their performance.

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