Great articles to read on the web

(Changu Mangu) #507

(S_Banerjee) #508

Research work on Graphene technology and nanomagnets.

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(yourraj) #510

A small write up for the beginners

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We are parents or may be becoming parents in future Financial literacy is one of the most neglected subject in our country .This is good article

(yourraj) #512

75 companies can distribute almost Rs.1.1 trillion more
detailed REPORT


(Abhishek Basumallick) #513

Interesting reading for this week -

(Changu Mangu) #514

Nice read on the current FMP saga. Also a good reason why when in fixed income makes no sense chasing 1-2 percentage extra. If looking at fixed income, why to look only at vanilla fixed income.

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Above Report Covers macroeconomic, Environmental, Geopolitical and geo-economic Risks that we are facing in global level.

(Aman Mutkule) #517

Comarison between Voltas and Bluestar by one of the blog

(Aman Mutkule) #518

Also the comarison between PVR and inox leisure

(Abhishek Basumallick) #519

Weekend reading -

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Weekend Reading

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Good read on Zoom video conferencing company that just went public in US

(Abhishek Jain) #523

Terry Smith of Fundsmith fund, UK; he is almost similar to Peter Lynch and delivered consistently exceptional returns over a long period of time.
Outstanding video where he describes his investment style(no trading,no hedging,no activity, sectors he invests in etc.
A must watch for long term investors.

(Bheeshma Sanghani, PhD) #524

Two interesting articles which showcase how fashion goes through structural shifts. The first one is concerning levis - where sales after stagnating since 2004 - suddenly jumped by 14% in 2018. The main driver was the focus on tops. From constituting 85% in 2004 to constituting 68% now - There is a growing trend for declining sales of what people wear below the waistline driven by people growing love for selfies. Jawed Habib has benefited enormously from this structural shift.

The second one is concerning the declining sales of the neck tie as dress codes at workplaces have become more free and casual