RCom could have become what Reliance Jio is today with right strategy at the right time. However, failure to adopt new technology, a piling mountain of debts and few bad decisions resulted in its downfall.
Many experts have commented in the past that Vijay Mallya had made a very bad move by entering India's cut-throat airline market. But investors who invested in the stock of Kingfisher Airlines also made an equally lousy move as there was no fundamental strength in the stock.
History has shown us that crisis when combined with the right investing strategy creates ample multi-year opportunities for growth and wealth creation.
Fundamental Analysis of a company is helping to determine the Multibagger stocks in India. In a given article here is mention some parameters that help you to identify Multibagger stock recommendation.
Doesn't matter if it's a bull or bear run; it is important to stay away from weak companies. In the long run, only companies with strong fundamentals win the race.
Due to volatile nature of equity, risks are there in both mutual fund and direct equity investing. However, the benefits of direct equity investing far outweigh the benefits of investing in mutual fund.
Government's historic announcement placing the acquisition of 101 weapon systems from foreign countries under a negative arms imports list is expected to give a thrust to domestic companies like BEL.
From a fundamental perspective, the stock of Bharat Forge has several positives like low debt, consistent dividend, proactive management and a scalable business model all of which are vital components of a multibagger stock.
'News' and 'views' flow in from all the directions - north, south, east and west. The more interesting part is, it changes with the situation. More often than not, information overload leads to decision paralysis instead of enabling smart decisions.
Investing in mid-cap and small-cap is risky, especially considering the current times of slowdown. For small-cap and mid-cap stocks to perform, a broad macroeconomic recovery would be required such as affordable credit growth, rise in demand, etc., which are subdued currently.
Investors often make this crucial mistake of looking only at the stock price or P/E ratios, because that is the number which appears everywhere be it stock tickers, news channels or business newspapers. To be honest, it has very little significance unless used in conjunction with other parameters.
Opportunities come time and again. And as a value investor, the focus should not be on the past, but rather on the future and the opportunities during the times of crisis.
With the price of 24-carat gold hitting almost Rs. 53,300 per 10 grams, many investors are asking a common question "Should I include gold in my investment portfolio?"
High quality, credible leadership, rapidly growing businesses can deliver impressive returns to investors if they are held for a long term. So, the focus should be on accumulation of such businesses, especially more important during uncertain times or market downfall.
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