multi-bagger stocks
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N V Chandrachoodamani

The magic formula to identify multi-bagger stocks

Bull markets are always decked with stories of compounders and multi-bagger stocks, pushing investors to hunt for multi-bagger stocks in every investment they make. But as many of us know, very few companies end up delivering such high returns, over a sustained period.

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changes to Prime Funds
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PrimeInvestor Research Team

Quarterly review: changes to Prime Funds, our fund recommendations

When a small-cap fund served up 1-year returns in excess of 100% while another stayed far below at 77%, when a multi-asset allocation fund had less than 40% allocated to equity while another had nearly double that – you know fund managers differ a lot in their opinion about the market and the opportunities in …

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Prime MF Screener
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Vidya Bala

Prime MF Screener – your own research tool to screen mutual funds

Introducing Prime MF Screener (beta now) – a research screener that empowers you like no other MF retail research tool in India. Prime MF Screener is a research tool that will help you screen mutual funds using key performance parameters as well as portfolio parameters. The end objective can be to either choose funds for investing, to make decisions on exiting or simply review performance and quality of your funds vis-à-vis peers/benchmark. 

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The regulatory minefield on digital lending
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R Balakrishnan

The regulatory minefield on digital lending

…RBI, facing fire from all sides, should set up a working group that has put up a white paper on the issues that face ‘digital lending’. I recall reading some months ago that there were 1100+ lending apps and that nearly 600 were illegal.

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Retail Direct, RBI Retail Direct
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Aarati Krishnan

5 steps to buy g-secs on the RBI Retail Direct platform

RBI’s new Retail Direct platform which was flagged off in November, offers retail investors a chance to participate in the primary market auctions of Central government and State government securities that the RBI conducts. 

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money wise, deepak shenoy
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Srikanth Meenakshi

Book review – ‘Money Wise’ by Deepak Shenoy

Pre-ordering a book before publication is like buying units of an NFO. You are committing money before you know what you are going to get. But in the case of ‘Money Wise’ by Deepak Shenoy, I knew it was a sure bet. Having known the author and reading his works for several years, I had a pretty good idea about what I would receive, and hence as soon as the book was announced, I jumped on it with an instant order.

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neobanks in india, neobanks, neobank examples
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Gaurav Menon

Neobanks in India

Neobanks are banks that are 100% virtual. What makes these Neobanks in India interesting is that they simplify the whole banking process.

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de-risk your equity funds, de-risk
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Aarati Krishnan

5 ways to de-risk your equity funds, without cashing out

one good way to de-risk your equity fund portfolio from a market fall would be to switch from funds following a momentum style of investing to those following a value or contrarian style or funds with a value-oriented approach. Value funds typically buy fundamentally sound companies that trade at a discount to their intrinsic value in the markets.

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Best dividend paying stocks
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Pavithra Jaivant

Best dividend paying stocks

How does one view and evaluate stocks to identify them as the best dividend paying stocks? Here is a look at the metrics that will and will not help in this evaluation.

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credit rating
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R Balakrishnan

What they don’t tell you about credit ratings

I was privileged to be part of the beginnings of the credit rating industry in India. From being an unwanted pest in its early days, the industry is now the favourite whipping boy for regulators and investors, who have blindfolded themselves with wrong notions about the role of credit rating agencies.

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