Very Good morning to all my readers, Last week was an event full week in India.
Union budget and Railways budget both presented in the parliament. I would not do any more analysis on them as the media has already done the need full. Let’s start with some motivational thoughts to get in to the week :
- Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill
- The challenge is not to manage time, but to manage ourselves.” – Steven Covey
- When it doesn’t matter how much the drinks cost, it’s always happy hour.
- Associate to Analyst: “My Tuesday night is your Friday night.” ED to Associate: “My bar tab is your paycheck.”
- One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.” – Elbert Hubbard
- Continue reading “Monday Thoughts :)”
Last month SEBI bared DLF from tapping capital markets for three years in one of the watchdog’s toughest punishments to date.
The order was related to non-disclosures in its 2007 IPO documents. The order was passed against DLF’s six top executives for lapses in disclosures made at time of IPO in 2007.
In the same year on the 30th April 2007 SEBI decided to make grading of all IPOs mandatory. Grading makes additional information available for the investors, in the sense that it is supposedly an objective opinion of a credit rating agency arrived at after analyzing business and financial prospects, management quality and corporate governance practices etc of the issuer. Continue reading “IPO’s and the Grading Market”
Back from the memorable holidays had great fun. Now rebooting from the famous Nassim Nicholas Taleb . He might have sound repetitive in his interviews but his Contribution in the world of financial markets can not be ignored, sharing some quotes from his book “The Bed of Procrustes”.
Folks I would be on holidays for a week, so obviously there would be no blogging …
The biggest democracy of the world is dancing and awaiting for the May 16- 17 outcome, positive outcome is very important for India, as this will break or make the economy. Hung parliament is the worst thing if it happens. As per Election commission of India the cost of conducting polls was INR 600 per person, this is for them those who are not aware of the expenditure for conducting elections.
Well don’t want to express much opinion on the above as in this country every body is a born politician and every one has his/her consensus on the political parties. Continue reading “The world is waiting for MAY 16 – MAY 17 … Till than Holidays”
Well I don’t disclose my view or portfolio, as there is lot of pundits in the stock market who has their own take.
Yesterday some body was keen to invest in the markets and wanted to know about my portfolio.
I have given him the list of Stocks that should perform during 2014 based on my small analysis & my own justification it may differ for others and I will not talk about numbers too 🙂
- Aurobindo Pharmaceuticals: I am expecting that this company to achieve its revenue and see a Compounded annual growth rate of 15%. It will do well in US.
- TCS: The Company’s well-balanced portfolio across services and geographies, and strong leadership. Deal wins, hiring trends and management demand commentary remain encouraging. Continue reading “TOP 10 Stocks for 2014”