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Americans struggle with bad credit, having a record of past failures to keep up with payments. Millions of people have bad or poor credit scores. Unfortunately, it is not possible to provide an exact number. Numerous businesses that do credit repair have come to the scene in recent years. This is a good thing. These […]

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It was the middle of 2013. I was reading the annual report of Ashok Leyland, the second largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in India after Tata Motors. The company had reported a 3% decline in sales in the year ended March 2013, and profit had declined by 23%. The stock, as I checked then, had been […]

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In the year 2000, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the da Vinci Surgical system, the first robotic surgical aid. Since its introduction, surgeons have used da Vinci to complete more than 20,000 procedures. Simultaneously, medical researchers have developed many innovative robotic technologies. As the public grows more familiar with these advanced systems, health […]

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I am about to embark on my 11th annual trip to Warren Buffett’s Omaha. This year I have something unique to share with you: an excerpt from a chapter I contributed to a brand new book, The Warren Buffett Shareholder. Let me tell you a little bit how this chapter came about.In the early 2000s […]



Safal Niveshak completes 7 years in three days (yes!). A lot has happened in these seven quick years, but as with any kid of this age, we’re just getting started. Most of all, I want to thank you for “raising” this initiative to this point — it truly could not have happened without you, dear […]



Yep, it’s time to put on the big boy pants…Safal Niveshak completes seven years today. 🙂 I started with a simple idea in 2011, that of helping people become better at their stock market investment decisions. The idea was just that, and I had no clue how I would do it (I still have no […]

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Consumer & Business Leverage & Risks For Economy

When the economy is near the end of the business cycle there tends to be excess leverage taken out by businesses and consumers. The recession washes away the bad loans to get back to equilibrium. It was important for the housing market to cool off after the run in the 2000s because housing became unaffordable. […]

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A value investor at heart, Mohnish Pabrai is not afraid to travel the world to find the best bargains. ET Now’s Karunya shares his top bets in the quarter gone by. Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Value Investor Mohnish Pabrai’s Key Holdings – The Best Bargains Transcript Value investor hot when spy right. […]

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A few years ago, after I read Tim Ferriss’ Tools of Titans, I made a deliberate decision to maximize doing things I love and minimize doing things I am indifferent to or simply hate. I outsourced low-value daily tasks that had gradually slipped into my schedule to my very capable and awesome assistant, Barbara, who actually loves […]

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What to Do With Losing Stocks in Your Portfolio

“What should I do with these stocks?” he asked me. And he is not the only one who’s asked me this question in the past. I have met numerous people over the past few years who have held on to bad businesses and losing stocks in their portfolios, and not knowing what to do with […]

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