Good Investing Reading – 15 November 2013

In today’s edition of Good Investing Reading I have collected articles that I liked, across a wide range of topics. Some of them are very detailed and will explain an entire area well. I hope you find them useful.   First, I share an interview with Kenneth Andrade of IDFC Mutual Fund. This is a [...]

Good Investing Reading – 27 September 2013

Good Investing Reading   How an Engineer Earned 1.25 Million Air Miles By Buying Pudding – Gizmodo This is value investing. Period. You have to read it.   People make the same basic investment decisions as monkeys, scientists find Scientists decided to conduct an experiment and found that monkeys and humans are not too different [...]

Good Investing Reading – 10 September 2013

Good morning to the Capital Orbit community. I have an interesting mix of articles in this edition of Good Investing Reading.   Why Is Starbucks So Expensive in China? – The Atlantic Tata Starbucks Ltd is a 50:50 joint venture between Starbucks Coffee Company and Tata Global Beverages Ltd. Tata Global is listed on the [...]

Good Investing Reading – 19 August 2013

How shell companies turn black money of India Inc, politicians into white and vice versa? – ET Will the $2.5 billion Cooper Tire buyout fast-track Apollo’s growth or will it prove to be a millstone? – Outlook Business Is your return from stocks capital gains or business income? – Business Standard Companies that go for [...]

Good investing reading – 26 July 2013

Good Investing Reading   The great Indian listed firm robbery – Business Standard Don’t miss this. It will make you smirk when you read the incredible claim and also lament the state of our capital markets where such things can take place.   RBI had no option but to kill the debt fund – Firstpost [...]