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Stock Shastra presents a Blog Carnival

Theme: “How I arrived at my style of stock investing” We have conducted a Blog Carnival to inspire and empower fellow citizens to invest in stocks directly, sensibly and with confidence. Here are a set of posts from experts, bloggers and our very own equity analysts to provide you, with an enriching experience. These posts explore how various stock investors arrived at their styles of Stock Investing. The mistakes they made, the lessons learned… This blog carnival will educate you about the most successful styles of stock investing. Following are the contributors to the Carnival- Experts & Bloggers Parag Parikh Wonder how the expert author of the best seller ‘Value Investing and Behavioral Finance’ invests in stocks himself? Parag Parikh in an exclusive blog for Stock Shastra discusses his personal style of stock investing and how he arrived at this style. A few quotes from his blog: Investing is no […]

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Wise quotes for investing

Wise quotes for investing

Wise quotes for investing in stocks. Everywhere around me people seem to be let down by the market. They are desperate to recover from their financial losses. Since I have just started my career I would like to adopt a couple of quotes to serve as guides for my future investments. While browsing around I came across a number of quotes which seemed apt for the current scenario the market is in. Peter Lynch, the legendary stock picker, thinks that stock bargains are plentiful now. He quotes “You feel like a mosquito in a nudist colony, we’ve had 11 recessions since World War II and we’ve had a perfect score – 11 recoveries.” This quote tells me that this is one of the best times to buy in the market. For a new investor like me it is indeed an opportunity to be cashed upon to make some great long […]

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First month in the stock market

First month in the stock market

Image via Wikipedia It has been exactly one month since I started investing in the stock market. Before that I spent a month becoming aware of the various forces involved. What can I say the day I joined work is where it all began. So much of information to process! So many companies to look at! The very idea of generating money so easily and quickly was enough to get me addicted. Of course a month down the line the enthusiasm has substantially reduced L for obvious reasons. Anybody who has been a part of this market will agree with me on this. There is so much to study so much to explore a lifetime is not sufficient for this mammoth task. The fact that I have a job to do alongside definitely does not help matters. I have outlined the mistakes I have made in the first month itself […]

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