Positioning portfolios to benefit from uncertainty and volatility As I highlighted in my previous post, the world is more uncertain than ever before. A majority of academicians and so-called experts are busy in predicting the impact on economy, financial markets and otherwise. None of them can have and will have any conviction of what isContinue reading “Prepare, Not Predict”
Tata Power Has 3 major business segments – Electricity generation via Coal T&D (Transmission & Distribution) Electricity generation (RE)- Wind and Solar Additionally, it holds coal Mines to source Coal for Electricity Generation Due to the nature of the business, Tata Power has strong and predictable cash flows on account of long-term PPAs with theContinue reading “Why I am investing in Tata Power?”
Delta Corp has strong Assets position of 600 crore (Cash + Land) Its liabilities (including contingent liabilities & provisions) is 200 cr So Assets- All liabilities = 400 crore It has three business segments Casinos – FCF annual = 155 crore ; ROE = 25% great business, strong barriers to entry Rapid historical growthContinue reading “Why I invested in Delta Corp”
Summary- Why I am investing in Tejas Networks Tejas Networks has the current cash position ~ Rs. 200 crore + It has ready to ship inventory of Rs 250 cr + BSNL cash receivables of 300 cr Total Liquid Assets = 750 cr Its liabilities (including contingent liabilities & provisions) is 270 cr So LiquidContinue reading “Why did I invest in Tejas Networks”
There is an old saying ” Spend the interest, Never the principal ” . For a salaried employee, it translates into “Don’t spend the salary, only spend the interest income”
Covid-19 lockdown provided me sufficient time and mental peace to rethink the approach in life, my philosophies and the fundamentals I believe in.
Auto-Investing same amount of money on a monthly basis is touted as one of the best strategies to average the buying cost. However, I was always a bit skeptical in the above principle, especially during the times when the markets are inflated in valuation
With regards to value investing approach, a majority of financial articles published in the top financial papers/magazines tell you to find and invest in undervalued stocks that have fallen the most, and currently have low P/E ratios
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