Hello FY2016. The Calm Investor is One!

The Calm Investor | FY2016


I started TCI exactly a year ago with my “Hello FY2015!” post. It has been enormously satisfying to write about various topics about investing from an Indian equity investor’s perspective, especially because of the great response and feedback for TCI. Thank you to everyone who has visited here.

Looking to kick things up a notch in FY16 with posts discussing the TCI X-ray, to quickly assess whether a company is worth considering based on it’s historic financial performance, and the TCI methodology to pick stocks for the long run.

Do share any specific questions / comments / thoughts on post ideas or even to say “Hi”, through the Contact page.

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Here are the top five posts of the year:

5. Wealth building lessons from ancient Babylon

4. How to buy your very first stock

3. SIP, don’t guzzle investments

2. The four types of investor stories

1. Why do we invest?

Happy FY2016 and wish you Calm Investing!
Anoop

2 thoughts on “Hello FY2016. The Calm Investor is One!

  • April 5, 2015 at 10:09 pm
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    Hi Anoop,

    I have a doubt in the calculation of your post,

    https://thecalminvestor.com/what-moves-stock-prices-part-2-the-long-term/

    Can you please clarify it?

    I have a doubt in the way the share price calculated. In this example investment horizon is chosen as 7-year so the price came to 234 rupees.
    Now if we choose an investment period of 5-year and 10-year will it be 183 rupees and 295 rupees respectively?

  • April 6, 2015 at 11:52 am
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    Kanagu, responded to your original comment on the stock prices post. In short, yes, the value will differ based on time period considered, because I intentionally did not consider terminal value in this simplistic example.

What do you think?