ISBN 9788174968814,How To Invest In Shares: The Ultimate Stock Market Winning Guide

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Taxmann Allied Services Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9788174968814

ISBN-10 8174968814


Number of Pages 352 Pages
Language (English)


For the first time in India, there is a book that shares the winning formula. Investment is not speculation. Nor is it a rocket science. It is about developing an attitude that would make your immune to market volatility and would make money for you in all market situations, bulls as well as bears. The author has painstakingly put together his investment research spread over many years; lessons learnt during his successful journey in the world of investment and his thorough academic exposure, making this book a truly unique and indispensable work for everyone. This book is for everyone. Read and re-read this book, till you acquire the right investment attitude. This book will be as useful to Chartered Accountants, Cost Accountants, Company Secretaries, and MBAs, Fund Managers and Institutional Investors, as it is to non-finance professionals, housewives, and other investors, Students of Chartered Accountancy, MBA and CFA courses shall find this book useful as it attempts to fill the void between theory and practice. AN OVERVIEW OF CHAPTERS: Stay Invested for Long Term Can you time the market? Penny Stocks: You Get What You Pay for the Underside of the Bull Market Investing is buying a piece of business Circle of Competence: The Information Edge Fundamentals of Fundamental Analysis Where has my money gone? Adventures in Bean Counting Is PE Ration the Holy Grail? The Crazy Market: A Study of Crowd Psychology Can the retail investor succeed? Creative Accounting and Window Dressing: The Art of Looking Smart! Diversification Discover the 8th Wonder of the World Investing is a Business...Treat it that Way! Can a Monkey Produce an lliad? Issue of Capital and Value Creation (or Destruction?) The Relevance of Dividends Common Mistakes the Investors Make