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    10 lessons to learn from Warren Buffett for Indian investors

10 lessons to learn from Warren Buffett for Indian investors

10 lessons from Warren Buffett
It is always worth listening when legendary value investor Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are talking. They both are the legendary successful investor with combine experience of more than 100 years. I will give the credit to both of them on how I deal in the stock market.

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    “Never thought about it when it is present, the only thing in mind when it is absent.” Warren Buffett – in relation to ‘cash’

“Never thought about it when it is present, the only thing in mind when it is absent.” Warren Buffett – in relation to ‘cash’

“Market forecasters will fill your ear but will never fill your wallet.” These are the words of Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett which make so much sense. Human being has not lived such worrisome life what they are today is the general consensus of public. There is not a single day where I have […]

Best of Warren Buffett….

It’s a weekend time and if you manage your own equity investments then this blog will be a good insight to fresh up your knowledge and to focus back on your investment goals. We are in the middle of full year and quarter 4 earnings season for the 2015 and to take rational decisions […]

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    Warren Buffett’s shares his latest insight on the Market….

Warren Buffett’s shares his latest insight on the Market….

On 5th of October 2014 Warren Buffett appeared on CNBC On the Money program for the very short interview. The most important thing to learn for any investor in the equity from that interview was the following comment:

Quick: So when we have you here, we have a lot of people who are at home […]

Growth is not always good…:Warren Buffett

Couple of decades ago the world’s wealthiest man Warren Buffett said that growth was not always a good thing. What? Aren’t companies of the world doggedly pursuing growth? If any economy today has two quarters of negative growth, we call it a recession and recessions are bad. Everyone wants more sales, more profits, and […]

How to look at dividends….

Last week Berkshire Hathaway released its annual report to its shareholders. Many investors and analysts look forward to read and gain insight from the newsletter by Warren Buffett to its shareholder. There is always something to learn from those documents and I am in a custom of reading them almost couple of times. We […]

Think like a business owner…

Our editor for Valueoperations.com, mentioned that we get more hits on our website when we publish our post with headings like, ‘ 5 stocks value operations fund is digging for more information’ or ‘ 10 stocks to look for to invest in 2013’. To better understand this trend I went on browsing for stock […]

“What is it that goes up but never comes down…?”

“What is it that goes up but never comes down?” this was a riddle that was asked to me by 21 year old boy. My answer to him was, “definitely not the stock market!” We started this year around 4650 and rallied to 5400 levels and today we are close to 4900 levels.

Does it really matters where markets are heading for you to take your investment decision? If your answer is ‘yes’, then my advice is to re look at your strategy and it is time to re-write it again.

Warren Buffett once said that invest in equities thinking stock market will close down for next 10 years. My understanding to his insight on this subject is to focus on quality stocks (Companies) rather then studying the behaviour of stock market. Finding out quality stock is far easy then investing just looking at price and volume charts or any other technical charts.

The European financial crisis and specially Greece is being taking the centre stage from last one year in financial world. The last weekend G8 meeting at Camp David Maryland USA addressed European crisis by their leaders, but nothing new emerged from that.

A very reputed hedge fund founder Ray Dalio said in the interview with Barrons last weekend that, “At the moment, there is a tipping toward slowing growth and a question of whether there will be a negative European shock, and that will favor low-risk assets. But to whatever extent we have negative conditions, central banks will respond by printing more money. There will be a big spurt of printing of money, and that will cause a rally and an improvement in the stock markets around the world. It’s like a shot of adrenaline: The heart starts pumping again and then it fades. Then there is another shot of adrenaline. Everybody is asking, “Are we going to have a bull market or a bear market?” I expect we will have both with no big trend. Typically, in these up and down cycles, the upswing will last about twice as long as a down swing. We are now in the higher range of the up-cycle.”


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By |May 23rd, 2012|Treasure|4 Comments|

The Buffett Munger show of 2012


One of our broker sent us a copy of notes taken at 2012 Berkshire Annual general meeting. It has really gone viral in the media, have a read on it and share your thoughts on it with us.

2012 Berkshire Hathway notes

By |May 16th, 2012|Treasure|2 Comments|

Value Operations farewell Mr. Walter Schloss….

Bloomberg reported farewell of Mr Walter on Feb 20th 2012. To read more please click here.

By |February 21st, 2012|Treasure|3 Comments|