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Investors use ‘Singular Information’, which are available recently and not the ‘Base Information’, which are the historical information relevant to the current investment decision. A good business bought expensive is a bad investment. Prabhanjan Suratekar rated it really liked it Mar 04, As cinance as they see PE expanding beyond reasonable limits, they should sell and exit. Some investors may be long-term, some medium-term and some short-term.
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He will understand that during bull market there will be availability of a lot of positive news availability heuristics not all of which may be correct. Value Investing And Behavioral Finance by Parag Parikh Tata McGraw-Hill EducationDec 1, – pages 2 Reviews Smart and successful way of investing calls for a thorough understanding of behavioral finance value investing and behavioral finance by parag parikh just market sentiments, crowd behavior or company performance.
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Value Investing And Behavioral Finance: Insights Into Indian Stock Market Realities
When investors, politicians, academicians, market pundits, investment bankers, stock brokers, analysts, company managements, foreign institutional investors, mutual fund managers all are optimistic, be cautious. Bubbles can be either market bubbles, sector bubbles or stock bubbles.
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