Great articles to read on the web


(Changu Mangu) #507

(S_Banerjee) #508

Research work on Graphene technology and nanomagnets.


(ashish) #509

(yourraj) #510

A small write up for the beginners


(yourraj) #511

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

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jenniferwoods/2015/06/08/11-financial-words-all-parents-should-teach-their-kids/#ddd1fba72e99


(yourraj) #512

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

NSE – IiAS Compnay’ s BOARD EVALUATION STUDY


(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.


(ashish) #515

(saumya) #516

http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Global_Risks_Report_2019.pdf

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 -


(spsneo) #520

Weekend Reading


(saumya) #521

(aditya) #522

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.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-21/levi-strauss-prepares-to-go-public-with-an-emphasis-on-tops

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

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-20/hermes-profit-rises-as-bag-maker-adds-stores-expands-online