Great articles to read on the web


(Dhinakaran AK) #125

Thanks so much. I will do it.


(Yogesh Sane) #126

Decoding India’s rigged realty market

The writer Ritesh Kumar Singh is a Mumbai-based corporate economist. He has nicely explained why defying economic logic, realty prices are not falling as expected despite slow demand.


(hemenrk70) #127

you can use printfriendly.com for pdf file & there is chrome extension for that you can install it.


(Value Seeker) #128

http://awealthofcommonsense.com/2015/05/are-there-too-many-buffett-disciples/

Interesting read. The bar is constantly being raised by more informed, hard working and talented investors…Red Queen Effect. How do we get (and hopefully maintain) an edge in such a rapidly evolving system?


(Pavas) #129

(vikash parakh) #130

Every second of this video is worth. Manish bhai is so clear in his thought.

#ThankGodItsFriday with Enam Holdings’ Manish Chokhani.


#131

This link may not actually fit here. But posting it for some who might be interested.
https://indianinvestingconclave.com/


#132

Deepak Parekh’s super bullish tone on affordable housing , RERA.


(Rudra Chowdhury) #134

This is the futuristic forecast by Stanford University economist Tony Seba. The professor’s report, with the title Rethinking Transportation 2020-2030, is thought provoking where he builds up on his premise that people will stop driving altogether. They will switch en masse to self-drive electric vehicles (EVs). Worth reading.


Disruption: Auto Ancilliary
(Abhishek Basumallick) #135

For people who are interested in the electric vehicle space, here is a superb presentation that I had gone through last year, which is what prompted me to read up on Tesla and other companies in this space…


(Abhishek Basumallick) #136

A must read…

The meaning of life in a world without work


(Changu Mangu) #137

Though not exactly an article on the web; I was reading the very enjoyable Poor Charlie’s Almanac and this poetry in the book was lovely. Sharing it:

The thoughts of others
Were light and fleeting,
Of lovers’ meeting
Of luck or fame.
Mine were of trouble,
And mine were steady,
And I was ready
When trouble came.


(Alphin) #138

(Rajeev M. Parashar) #139

Came across this while reading the article above.

Edit: I suppose I can allow myself the liberty of pointing out my favourite blogs: 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 14, 18, 22, 23, 26, 33, 34, 35, 37, 46, 48, 59, 60, 64, 68.


(Rupesh Tatiya) #140

Came across this today ->

Please do not go by the headline literally, there is more to article than that. The article provides some decent points on challenges faced by businesses that are in the process of scaling up or that have scaled up.


(Abhishek Basumallick) #141

Interesting and a bit scary the amount of data the new big 4 (Google, Amazon, Apple & Facebook) have on us and the new ways it can get mined.


(amit anam) #142

FOR ALL YOU ANALYTICAL PEOPLE OUT THERE: HERE ARE 5 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW


(sushildarveshi) #143

(Changu Mangu) #144

An Idea Generation Approach.

http://www.safalniveshak.com/generate-stock-ideas/


(Bheeshma Sanghani) #145

Transcript of the Berkshire AGM 2017. Warren Buffet & Charlie Munger at their witty best

BRK Annual Meeting 2017 Transcript.pdf (482.5 KB)

Best
Bheeshma