The error of confirmation (IM 825)

In almost all of the cases, the past events and our past experiences determine our decision for the future. This could be the biggest error we are making everyday. Since the world is dynamic, the predication of future based on past events is a losing bet. Take an example of this Coronavirus, we never expected…

The present day market (IM 778)

Let’s shift attention towards the present day stock markets. This pandemic has brought lot of profits to some big corporations like it always does when there is a huge crisis. During the beginning of the pandemic, the investors focused on the big pharmatheutical companies who were developing Coronavirus vaccines. Then they shifted their attention towards…

The scandal to avoid during this crisis (IM 590)

As the Coronavirus pandemic is hitting hard, the number of cases and the death is skyrocketing with about 4.9 millions people already infected and 318,000 dead worldwide. Big healthcare companies like Abbott Laboratories, Moderna, Invio, Johnson & Johnson, Gilead Sciences, Inc., Novavax, Inc., Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.,   are battling to discover the vaccines for Covid-19. The…

Reverse splitting yourself (IM 564)

“Reverse splitting” is a term very familiar to the investors. When the price of the stock goes down, the company decides to decrease the number of shares by a specific ratio maintaining the total equity unchanged. Recently, because of the crude oil crash, a lot of crude oil ETFs were reverse splitted. We can use…

Start: Novel Investment (IM 545)

For a long time, I’ve been brainstorming the ways I can do better on learning new stuffs and applying it to a real life.  It’s always challenging to learn new skills. I have always been seeking a new way of doing everything. But, I’m realizing that seeking a new way doesn’t make any sense. I got…

History doesn’t repeat sometimes (IM#303)

It is said that history repeats, but it doesn’t sometimes. For an instance, when you predict the earning per share (EPS) of the stocks looking at the positive response history, you might get hurt. That stock might miss the expected EPS even though it has beaten on the past four earnings (in most of the…

Consider these before investing (IM#295)

Always be prepared for the worst possible scenario. Play/invest only with what you can afford to lose. Learn from every moves and make principles from it. Stick to your principles. Be patient and read the market and the patterns. Differentiate yourself from others. Be consistent and disciplined.