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Science of Alpha from Safety

How to identify the right stock and avoid losing money

Synopsis Here are some ways to identify the right stock and avoid the wrong ones. The biggest fear while investing in equities for every investor — big or small — is about losing money. Here, we will look at some of the ways people lose money in equities, and how to avoid them. In order…
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DAILY VOICE: Earnings downgrades could happen in COVID affected sectors in upcoming quarter: Dr. Vikas Gupta of OmniScience Capital

Dr. Vikas V Gupta, CEO & Chief Investment Strategist, OmniScience Capital, believes that given the lockdowns, it is likely that earning downgrades could happen in sectors that deal with perishable goods and services. In an interview with Moneycontrol’s Kshitij Anand, Gupta said that investors should look for companies benefiting from life from home theme that includes WFH,…
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Demystifying equities-Understanding the potential risks and returns

Synopsis Let us decide to increase our risk tolerance. Easier said than done. So how do we go about it? The mantra we will use is “Knowledge Overcomes Fear”. The more you know and understand about equities the more risk tolerant you are likely to become over time. Dear HENRYs & other NRIs, a rational…
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How first time equity investors can get started

It is better to invest in a portfolio of dividend paying stocks. You are below 40, married, maybe have a child. You have a stable job. Your income is quite sufficient to take care of your EMI and still have significant surplus cash flows. The surplus money keeps lying in your salary account. Once in…
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Why 2010-20 was a depressing decade for equity investments

Published in the Mint The decade gone by has been a cruel one for equity mutual fund investors. The 10-year returns on India’s Nifty 50 index are just 9%. An investor making a fixed deposit (FD) at the start of the decade would have got a similar pre-tax return. Read on