Value Investing & Behavioral Finance. Front Cover. PARIKH Parag Parikh has 25 years experience as a research analyst, portfolio manager and a broker in. 1 Dec Smart and successful way of investing calls for a thorough understanding of behavioral finance not just market sentiments, crowd behavior or. Value Investing And Behavioral Finance has ratings and 15 reviews. Mr. Parag Parikh honestly open up about the misbehaving practices prevailing on.

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One needs to be a spectator of this phenomenon and jump yb take advantage as and when opportunity arises. Usually delivered in days? May 25, Kushal Gupta added it. Alok rated it liked it Nov 21, Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.

Rational and successful investing is all about restraining and channelizing these emotions and understanding behavioral finance, not market sentiments, crowd behavior or company performances. Get to Know Us.

As a corrective, it spells out long-term value and contrarian investing strategies based on the principles of behavioral finance. Himanshu Kapila rated it inveesting liked it Jul 21, He can be reached via his blog on www.

The first is because of plain truths like why we behave like we do and the last is a new angle which can be useful for my study. No book ever has done this work on Indian Stocks. Pranjal Kamra rated it it was ok Dec 13, IPO is against investor interest, as it is mostly offered to investors when they are willing to pay a higher and outrageous valuation in boom times.


Value Investing And Behavioral Finance: Insights Into Indian Stock Market Realities by Parag Parikh

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Kaustav Ganguli rated it it was ok Jul 27, However, the parkkh does get repetitive after a point of time and slightly dated obviously given it has the context of Aug 07, Amrutayan Pati rated it liked it.

How not to be your own worst enemy. He is a believer in Alvin Toffler’s saying: Behavioral Obstacles to Value Investing Chapter 4. Good read for Indian investors from a behavioral Finance perspective. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Parag has an insightful knowledge of the workings of the stock market, an analytical eye and an informed outlook. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

Just finished reading captioned book. In the second half, the author covers topics on how to uncover value in public sector companies, cyclical companies, or in an index fund.

Further, it advises on how to spot investment opportunities and pitfalls in commodity stocks, growth stock, PSUs, IPOs, sectors and index stocks. Worth reading Best related to Indian stock market. In the stock behaviorsl, a small percentage of people end up being successful in the long run, whereas the majority of people, in spite of being successful in the short run, end up losers in the long run.

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Some of the learnings from the book are some of them are in an Your email address will not be published. Self-belief and conviction will sail you through. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Oct 10, Senthil rated it really liked it. Manoj rated it really liked it Jun 26, He has illustrated interesting points with help of some good real life examples from Indian Market.

This calls for not only a strong mind but a strong heart to enable one not to be swayed away by emotions. Flipkart Customer Certified Buyer 5 May, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Indian Value investors and also company management.

It also alerts the reader to a ‘bubble’ or crisis situation, and ways to identify and insure against it. He began his sojourn as a broker on the Bombay Stock Exchange, in It’s our behaviour that drive our actions. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

Refresh and try again. Every new bubble has a new story justifying how this time this is very different from the past bubble. Christo Joseph rated it really liked it Oct 12, Trivia About Value Investing A The Little Book of Behavioral Investing: