Knowledge Series

Alan Farley’s rules for a swing trader

Alan Farley had famously declared that the 200-day moving average divides the investing world in two. Bulls and greed live above the 200-day, while bears

Some Unfortunate Truths About Investing

The phrase “double-dip recession” was mentioned 10.8 million times in 2010 and 2011, according to Google. It never came. There were virtually no mentions of

The Game of Compounding

Once upon a time there was a smart man who invented, what is now called chess board. He took it to the emperor of China.

When to Sell a Stock?

Both Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett rarely trade. They only initiate a position when they are confident that they know about the company and its

How Stock Market Could Tank

It’s said that bull markets don’t die of old age, which explains why this market keeps chugging along despite being more than twice as old

IPO: Look Before You Plunge

By Keshav Karunakar Investing in the initial Public Offer (IPO) is more or less like an arranged marriage. IPO Parties: In-laws – Promoters; Bride –

AGM of Berkshire Hathaway

By Abhishek Basumallick Try to Stay Rational Like These Two Gentlemen Warren Buffett has perhaps the most enviable long term track record of compounding between

Become a Learning Machine

Gautam Baid, CFA is Portfolio Manager, Global Equities at Summit Global Investments, an SEC-registered investment advisor based out of Utah, USA. He also served at