Investor Education

As an equity analyst, I feel that education and learning should never stop. There are so many mysterious pebbles to overturn and emotions we have to fight, as investors. So I share with you some of my articles and notes that can help you become a better equity Investor.

  1. Great Investing Wisdom – In this note, a great investor touches upon the classic challenges – uncertainty, fear, underperformance, the big new industries, standing out, biases and luck – May 2018
  2. Is Investing a Science or an Art – Dec 2017
  3. Why are Indian Stock Markets Attractive for Investments? – Feb 2017
  4. Do You Want to be a Value Investor? – July 2016 
  5. The Natural Quotient: A Sustainability Metric for Business – Nov 2016
  6. How to Approach the Stock Market – A Lesson from Warren Buffet – May 2016 
  7. Stock Market Awareness Presentation by JainMatrix – July 2017 
  8. A Superior Investing Process – Do a DIP SIP – March 2016
  9. Seven Short Steps to Long Term Investing Success – June 2015
  10. Equity Portfolios – Control, Wealth and Your Reflection – Mar 2015 
  11. A Rational Sell Decision – July 2014
  12. Retirement Planning: Some Radical Thoughts – April 2015
  13. Fundamental Thoughts – The Search for Stability – Feb 2015
  14. The Toughest Lesson In Long Term Investing – Dec 2014
  15. My favourite – A Vision for the Indian Economy – June 2014
  16. High Risk and High Return In Equity – Oct 2014
  17. How many Mutual Funds should I hold? – May 2014
  18. How The Economic Machine Works – Feb 2014
  19. Make Equity Investing Less Tricky: The JainMatrix Eleven – Jan 2013
  20. Investing Needs Discipline – Dec 2012
  21. An Investor’s Checklist – Apr 2012
  22. India’s Investment Rockstars – Mar 2012

Hope you like them. Feel free to comment, share or go social with these.

Punit Jain

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