|This blog came into
existence in its current form, in the summer of 2006. Earlier it existed as
a news aggregator on Indian Business. Early 2006, we brainstormed and came
to a conclusion that their were many news aggregators and content
reproducers, but not even a single website that could cater to the
decision making process of Indian Investors with high quality research
and analysis on Corporate India and its Economy. Since then we follow an
internal process [based on Fundamentals, Data and Discipline] before we
publish or recommend anything on this blog because it will affect the
judgment and investment patterns of thousands of our readers / investors.
Currently the blog has 3 active contributors and number of freelance analysts from Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai.
Webmaster: Is the founding member of this blog. As the name suggests, he is a Webmaster by profession with multiple Engineering degrees and is passionate about investing [doesn't trade]. Has built a fortune for himself by his small savings that he started way back in his high-school. Not that he hasn't lost any money, but his gains are far far higher than his loss :-) From now on, he will be contributing lightly and will focus on IPO and Mutual Fund sections as the other two contributors have taken up Research activity. Webmaster's piece of Advise,
Little drops of water make a mighty ocean. Equity will beat almost all the asset classes in the Long Term. Even if you save Rs 500, think of investing in the Indian industry.
Sunil K: Is a business-man by profession.
Inherited family business of FMCG and Food Manufacturing. Was deeply
influenced by Hindustan Unilever and still holds the stock bought almost two
decades ago. His personal portfolio [mostly, equities] is bigger than his
family business. Has an unmatched ability to interprett accounts and doesn't believe or get
carried away with Dot-Com kind of valuations. Sunil's piece of Advise,
Komal M: An analyst by profession has seen the
financial world from Dalal Street to Wall Street. Though raised in family
business environment, she was always bent upon carving her name of her own
in the professional world. She pursued MBA and is now an Analyst who can
really rightly weigh the micro and macro parameters to take a right call on
the stock, even though her Sr. Fund Manager is the one who usually calls the
shots. Her piece of Advise to investors,
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