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Is it good enough for a reader beginner who do not know much about trading and stock market but is serious about learning the ins and out of trading. Shashwat I would recommend that you should at least have a little familiarity about financial terms and ratios before you read this book. The initial chapters …more I mahesjwari recommend that you should at least have a little familiarity about financial terms and ratios before you read this book.
The initial chapters are good for beginners but after that a beginner might just get lost since he might not understand some terms. See 1 question about The Thoughtful Investor…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sep 16, Vikas Agarwal rated it really liked it.
This book was completely different then my investment philosophy. But i really loved reading this due to couple of reason: This book is based on Indian Maneshwari, usually very less books are written on Indian Market. This book emphasized a lot on earnings, which i also felt that earning is the king for the the investor. This book focus on the growth shares and tells you how one can get benefit from the growth shares. I usually don’t follow this philosophy but you never know when you have to us This book was completely different then my investment philosophy.
I usually don’t follow this philosophy but you never know when you have to use this philosophy. Aug 07, Amrutayan Pati rated it it was amazing. An excellent read which gives you a first hand perspective of the Indian stock market – I think this is investoor of the few well written books on the Indian stock market.
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The author walks you through his investment hypothesis during the multiple cycles through examples and detailed analysis ihvestor rationale for entry and exit – must read!! Feb 17, Kailash Pandey rated it really liked it. This book is a must read for value investing learning from an Indian stock investor perspective. Maheshwari but then at the end of the day, what is important is to make money and he had achieved it in actually a well calculated and calibrated manner.
Jan 10, Atul rated it liked it. Jul 03, Pravin Sharma rated it it was amazing.
A good ‘on the ground’ perspective on Indian public markets and how you baasant make money from them. Sep 19, Ashutosh rated it really liked it. As the name suggests and I hope in due course of time thougthful is bound to become the Indian equivalent of the Ben Graham’s, ‘The Intelligent Investor’.
This particular title by Mr. Maheshwari stands out amongst the current Indian literature available on investing and basajt a definitive work that covers all aspects of equity investments in the Indian market. They had to interpret and adapt foreign authors’ work in terms of Indian market scenarios, which meant the outcome ranged from useful to impractical conclusion.
With a well-known track record of wildly successful investments and having been in the market since the early s, Mr Maheshwari starts with his introduction, how he got started with equity investments and briefly discusses investment philosophy. The book has 41 chapters!
Maheshwri’s journey as an investor and following a loosely chronological order right from the s. Finally culminating baeant dos and don’t and his thoughts on leverage and a checklist for beginners. Besides this, I found that maybe not intentionally the author does not discuss the downside risk for HFCs.
As many might know that the author has investments in a few of the HFCs which have done very well. They sort of appear in the book time and again. But somehow he forgets to mention that he entered them post when the cycle for cheap credit started and emerging tthoughtful have been flush with cheap money ever since.
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As now the cycle has started to reverse after a year gap and the raw material that aided this phenomenal growth is bound to become expensive and hence the downside risk. The point is the author discusses at length about problems with a large number of sector and also his own short-sightedness and his bets badant turned sour.
Having said that, the author has tried his best to make the reader understand that the Indian market is unique. And there are rules that might work for a matured markets in EU and US but those same rule need be true for the Indian market.
I enjoyed reading this book immensely and would recommend it to anyone who would like to gain an understanding of an emerging market and an investor’s journey from the days of Indian economic liberalisation right till the end of taper tantrum.
Sep 05, Duraimurugan rated it did not like it. Worst book I have read recently. I think you could learn much more through moneycontrol. Filled with full of assumptions. Not even a single clear cut idea on how to pick a stock. No analysis on financial ratios. Sep 18, Gautam Subramanian rated it liked it.
Basant shares some really good insights about Indian equities and seems to be a huge fan of holding highly concentrated and heavily leveraged portfolios However, he came across as a confused author to me as if he’s trying too hard to theorize his stock picking ideas.
Jul 06, Ritesh Gupta rated it really liked it.
Basant Maheswari’s – The Thoughtful Investor
Jun 22, Mahesh rated it invesyor liked it. Hi, this is my first book on investing and i enjoyed and learned so many things from the book but no real time examples covered for analysis of the stock, If covered, it will be very good learning. Apr 01, Abhishek Shekhar rated it really liked it. Must read for investors and analysts! Oct 09, Shashwat rated it it was amazing.
The booked distills the authors experience in equity investing and brings it straight to our table. As a beginner, I found the book catering to both the psychological as well well as strategical aspect of investing in equity. In addition this book provides a really good sense of how business works and how to pick winning stocks for your portfolio. Being an Indian author, the topics include references to Indian markets which i could very well relate to.
The price is a tad bit steep Excellent book. The price is a tad bit steep but it certainly worth the read. Apr 26, Aman Vij rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just finished my first read and I must say this book is definitely one of the most comprehensive books available on Indian Stock market. This book has it all be it financial analysis to individual sector analysis and basxnt the least covered and one of the most important side of investing i.
But what really make this book stand apart are the real life examples and the thought process of the author at each point of his investing decisions. To add to all this ther Just finished my first read and I must say this book is definitely one of the most comprehensive books available on Indian Stock market.
Although the price is little steep but believe me it is worth every rupee. A must have book for everyone investing or thinking to invest in stock market. Sep 16, Sai Krishna rated it really liked it. A recommended read for every aspiring investor in Indian equities.
Captures basannt good snapshot of history of Indian stock market and various bubbles. Also, has a good detail of what worked and didn’t. More than anything, it maheshwaari you to dream big in stock market. Aug 19, Siddarth Gore rated it really liked it.
There might be thousands of books about the financial markets and this one is as good as any. For a newbie like me it has lots of sensible advice and insights. There is a lot of detailed analysis for the expert investor as well. But I just skipped that for later. Aug 11, Vikas Pandey rated it liked it. Lucid and full of perspectives. Apr 18, Rohan Pinto rated it it was amazing. Excellent book for Indian investors on investing. Pratik rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Abhinek Nanda rated it it was amazing Nov 06, Varesh rated it really liked it Jun 30, Kartik Jain rated it it was amazing Nov 22, DrRahul Patil rated it really liked fhoughtful Sep 18, Venkatesh rated it it was amazing Sep 12,