Monthly Archives: March 2015

Of Helmets & Stop Losses

Bangalore (like many other cities) has had a rule for compulsory wearing of helmets by those riding a two wheeler. But what I observe is that many a helmet are worn to protect not the head but the risk of … Continue reading

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How often does the Sensex double

Recently when Sensex breached (for a few moments) the 30000 mark on Sensex, Anchors on CNBC-TV18 dressed up with T-Shirts with 30000 printed in bold numbers (and in Red for added effect). Way back in 2007, with Sensex breaching one … Continue reading

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Comparing PE Ratio of Sensex & Nifty

For a long time, we looked at only one Index when it came to the Indian Markets and that was the Sensex. Even years after Nifty had come into the picture, Sensex reigned supreme. While Bombay Stock Exchange is the … Continue reading

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Traders biggest Worry

What is the biggest worry for a systematic trader? If you said, Loss, you are wrong. Yes, a loss does hurt a trader, but unless he has no clue as to what he is doing, he knows that losses are … Continue reading

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Getting carried away

Way back in 2007, a good friend of mine called me to ask me to check out a company by name Jindal SouthWest Holdings Ltd. He said that he had heard from some one that it had quite a nice … Continue reading

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