I am back from my Kerala holidays, and can say with great belief that it truly is God’s Own Country. Here are a couple of proofs…
Anyways, after experiencing nature’s beauty so closely, it’s tough to get back into thinking and writing about the stock market right away…so please excuse me for a couple of more days.
In the meanwhile, did you know there’s a Safal Niveshak Facebook page where I share varied content, even when I’m on a holiday?
If you haven’t done it as yet, and if you enjoy what I do here at Safal Niveshak, I’d appreciate it if you gave me a “like” on Facebook. Just click here, log in to your Facebook account, and then click the “Like” button at the top of the page.
As examples of concise content I share on Facebook that I don’t on the Safal Niveshak website, here are a few…
1. Discussion on asset allocation
2. Results of stock screening
3. Investing nuggets from the legends
4. Caption contests (with prizes being books)
Now, liking the Safal Niveshak Facebook page is easy. Just click here, log in to your Facebook account, and then click the “Like” button at the top of the page.
If you are not on Facebook but on Twitter, you can receive the same content by joining me on Twitter @safalniveshak.
It would be great to post these content at this blog as well. I’ve a strict no-social media sites browsing/activity (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) policy and feel it is a big drain on my energy.
Hey Vishal , off topic .. Sanjay bakshi 2.0??? when is it coming out!!!!
Vishal Khandelwal says
Prof. Bakshi is busy with his classes. So maybe in January 🙂
Kerala one must visit, I will. the backwaters and the scenery is ethereal.
The man in the photo is thinking “should I buy ?”
Joseph Dominic says
I really enjoy your post! You write in a very simple and lucid style, not bringing in any complicated jargons. Could you please write more about:
1. some specific things that we need to keep in mind when we analyse each asset class in terms of selection criteria and performance measurement.
2. How to compute and monitor the overall portfolio returns.
3. Benefits and hurdles of going in for a more global diversification of a portfolio.
4.As a value investor, since the investment horizon is very long term, how should we liquidate a portion of our portfolio in case of an emergency, the dos and the don’ts.
I really liked the “10 simple rules to financial nirvana” and how you connected investing to a happy marriage.
I understand that there are a lot of area to be covered so its fine if you can give us an idea on at least a few.
Thanks again and please keep posting