Year 2018 has started on a tough note for stock market. The much awaited healthy correction is ongoing. Sensex has lost almost 2000 points from the peak 36,200 odd levels. This correction has brought down many stocks across different sectors. Sectors like FMCG and Retail are still expensive despite this correction. However, there are sectors which were not doing great from last two years and this correction has further pushed them down. Media and Entertainment is one such sector where there is plenty of value for long-term stock pickers. In this article, we will analyse the potential of media sector stocks for two years time frame.

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Public sector banks are in storm again. This time due to ₹ 11,000 crore PNB scandal which has rocked the market. At all time high and elevated valuations, market has been waiting for bad news and it keeps on coming. First, long term capital gains taxation on equities and now, public sector bank meltdown. These corrections mean that both good and bad all stocks will go down and present investment opportunity. PSU Banks have crashed and some investors are thinking if it is a right time to buy. Let’s go into the details.

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Equity market is in a phenomenal bull run. It has attracted many first timers into equity investment. The bull run is sweeping and pulling most of the stocks up. In fact, it is hard to under perform in such a market. More participation from retail investors is good but the worrying factor is their lack of knowledge about basic principles of investment. Asset allocation is one such aspect which is largely ignored by everyone on bull market and regretted later. Even among the people who are aware of the basics, there is a lot of misconception about practicing it. In this article, we will simplify the concepts of asset allocation and their re-balancing.

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Budget.jpgThis is the time of the year in which all focus shifts to union budget. Budget is purely an economic event which provides insights on government’s spending plans. This year’s budget is going to be crucial since general elections are planned in 2019. In this article, we explore sectors that are more likely to get impacted by the budget.

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If you have a subscription with a paid stock advisory service in which you are getting new stock recommendation every month, there are chances that after a year or two, your portfolio will swell up to 40-50 stocks with similar weightage assigned to each of them. Even if half of them gives you good returns, the other half will drag your returns back to normal. In this article, we will explain how to invest under “new stock per month” kind of service. This approach is specially designed for small and mid cap stocks. We highly recommend you to use this approach even for our monthly stock recommendation service Tiny CAPS

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We are in the first week of 2018. Various financial dailies are posting list of stock ideas and financial resolutions. However, we at AI believe that it is the overall well being that matters. Money is important but it can not buy peace and happiness. In this introspection week, we are sharing some of the activities you can consider doing in 2018. We will not call them resolutions as they often break within January itself. You can consider them as pointers which can be worth doing in 2018 based on applicability as per your situation.

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We wish our readers a great 2018, full of wealth & WISDOM

As 2017 comes to an end, investors are reviewing their portfolios to re-adjust. Some are searching for new stock ideas and media is obliging them by dishing out top stocks for 2018 like candy machines. While this makes a good readership/viewership, it is not beneficial for you. On the other hand, the smart investors are taking a little timeout and re-visiting concepts to improve and mature as an investor. This is the only recipe to ensure repeated success in 2018 and rest of the years to come.

In this article, we bring you our best AI posts of year 2017 along with commentaries (must read) which explains what makes them rank so high. You might have missed them earlier due to busy schedules or simply because of joining late, however better late than never. We will also briefly touch upon our stock recommendations for year 2018 🙂 So please spare some free time to read through this AI post, it is gonna take some time but it is worth while.

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2017 has been a great year for equities, BSE Sensex has given around 26% returns so far. Year was abuzz with lot of activities, investors had a fair share of happiness and heartburn. FIIs pumped in money earlier in the year then pulled out later around September. Domestic inflows remained strong and continues to be strong as a rock. Many investors must have made good profit during the year but are they satisfied? Not many, since there is always a neighbor or colleague who apparently made more money than you. As this year comes to an end, it is a good time to retrospect & ask yourself, what type of investor are you? The one who loves hitting boundaries like Yusuf Pathan or the one who runs hard like Virat Kohli. Many Indians love cricket and no better way to learn investment lessons other than cricket. No one was born as a successful investor they improved with time. In this article, we will share our thoughts on making of a successful investor using cricket as analogy. You can decide whether you invest like Yusuf or Virat.


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Bitcoin has touched record highs and crypto-currencies are fast catching the attention of all investors (including Grandmoms) as everyone wants to be on-board. In this euphoria coupled with the fear of missing out, individual investors tend to overlook health-checks and warning signs. Moreover, because cryptos are unregulated (for now), most individual investors are simply unaware of the pitfalls which could result in serious erosion to their wealth. In this article, we delve into the mechanisms of crypto exchanges & wallets, and the essentials to safeguard your crypto-currencies assets.

PS: Today, we are releasing December’17 portfolio report with our paid members. This year our MultiCAP Multibagger portfolio has generated 55% returns till date and has beaten benchmark & almost all mutual funds by a handsome margin. With recent changes in portfolio we are confident to ride high in 2018 as well. Cheers!

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This is our third and final article of the series ‘Electric Car Revolution’ and today we will discuss about the stocks which can potentially benefit from this shift. For recap, in the first article, we wrote about the challenges to the adoption while the second article was about different industry sectors that can be positively or negatively impacted.

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Today, we have an interesting article which explains the working of a mutual fund and how it is better or worse than direct equity investment. Since most of the publications rally behind mutual funds and there is susbtanial money spent by funds on marketing, it is hard to find an article on the actual functioning of mutual fund & comparison of it with direct equity investment. We will present both the pros & cons and then it is up to you to pick one or blend both in your portfolio.

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There has been a lot of buzz on electric vehicles emerging as preferred vehicles of choice in future. People are curious to know which stocks are going to benefit from this trend and which one will die in wake of these disruptions. It is a broad topic and can not be covered in a single article, so we are breaking it into three article series. In this article, which is the first one of the series, we will try to understand where do we stand in terms of electric car adoption in India, challenges around it and who will be the early adopters.


Investors go through the cycle of buying a stock then holding on to it and finally selling the stock. Each of these stages are full of behavioral pitfalls which can significantly impact your returns. You can have the best investment processes or advisers but these behavioral biases have to be dealt by yourself. Succeeding over them will almost guarantee multibagger returns (provided other processes are in place). This is the single biggest differentiating factor why only a few people realize multibagger returns. In this article, we will discuss some prevalent behavioral biases so that you can refine your own investment behavior.

PS: Today, we are sharing Tiny CAPS & MultiCAP Multibagger reports for November’17  with our paid members. Please check your email for the details.


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Bitcoin & other cryptos are mooted to be the next big thing since the internet in 1990s. In this article, we attempt to dissect the hypothesis by drawing parallels from both eras and analyzing events that triggered paradigm shifts. At AI, we will keep you two steps ahead in this space with our insights around evolving disruptions and important events. To read our previous articles on bitcoin, please click here & here

On a side note, we are pleased to announce that our MultiCAP Multibagger portfolio continues to do well & has hit half century (50% return in 2017). Details will be shared in November report.

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Is it possible to create an investment which pays me for lifelong & beyond?  This is a question every investor must have asked himself at some point in time. What if you are told that it is very much possible. There is solid mathematical certainty behind it. Last 30 years of market statistics are also supporting us. You can create such investment & enjoy lifelong earnings. The best part, you can even pass this to future generations as your legacy.

Next question will be why it is not known till date? Well, everyone who has a basic understanding of equities, knows but not realizes because of certain predispositions of financial industry. I highly encourage you to read this article entirely. This can be one of the life changing articles, you will ever come across on Internet.

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Diwali is great festival which brings people from different religions & boundaries to celebrate together. Annually, families get together & spend quality time with each other.

For investors, Diwali also means a barrage of new stock recommendations from paid & unpaid sources. This often confuses investors as it tends to spoil your portfolio composition if you invest in lot of new stocks.

new lot.pngTo achieve high returns from a well diversified portfolio, shall I invest in lot of stocks to find some multibaggers or shall I restrict to fewer stocks. We are sure this question must have come to your mind when you started investment in equities. In the famous report published by J. Evans and S.H. Archer in 1968, they advised to have 20 to 30 stocks. While a recent study released in 2014 by Vitali Alexeev and Francis Tapon, advises 90 to 110 stocks. There are no right or wrong answers and researchers are divided between 20 stocks to 200 stocks. We at AI, believe that it entirely depends upon your investment style & preference but even then, there are certain rules to follow. Let’s find out in detail.