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Book Description Times Group Books, New Delhi, India, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. This book outlines with real-world examples the basic tenets of investing, as enunciated by Benjamin Graham, the father of scientific investing. It further analyses how his master student Warren Buffett has navigated through the complexities of the investment world by following a few simple but extremely effective guidelines and become one of the three richest men in the world. It demonstrates how detailed analysis, independent thinking, and discipline can reap rewards and how one should control emotions and ignore market sentiment. It deals with examples from the Indian markets and goes through case studies of extraordinarily successful investors like Ashish Dhawan, founder of Chrys Capital; Madhav Dhar, former head of Emerging Markets at Morgan Stanley; Chaitanya Dalmia, whose own in-house performance beats that of most investment funds; and Sanjay Bakshi, who teaches value investing and runs an India-specific hedge fund. These examples demonstrate how the investors have followed Graham's and Buffett's approaches and made extraordinary profits from rational thought in a seemingly irrational world.Printed Pages: 126. Bookseller Inventory # 104666
Book Description Times Group Books, New Delhi, 2011. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Graham, Buffett & Me is a lesson in investing in the stock market. It draws from the teachings and experiences of two gurus ??? Benjamin Graham and his disciple Warren Buffett ??? and applies them in the local context. For this, the author uses the examples of persons close to him who have a considerable presence in the Indian financial markets. Written by 13-year-old Aryaman Dalmia, the book is an exercise in FAQs of the stock market. The author belies his age. According to Deepak S Parekh, Chairman, HDFC Ltd., he "provides investment advice lucidly with the astuteness of a veteran. "But the curiosity of a teenager comes handy in providing clarity. As a result, the book does not get lost in any sort of academic confusion. The book tells you how it helps to go by the book in the stock market. The key is to focus on the long term and not to be governed by the moods of the market. A true investor does not act on impulse. Rather, he goes through the boring details of financial data of the company. If you apply Graham and Buffett, you are to get result as proved by experiences. Bookseller Inventory # 284025
Book Description The Times Group Books, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M9380942257