Category Archives: Links

Linkfest: October 01,2014

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Tata Motors:The car dream that turned sour (BS)

2 PE funds in contest to wrest control of Destimoney (ET)

The fine print of Anil Ambani’s AGM speeches (Mint)

Customer is king this Diwali (Firstpost)

You can’t even spell capitulation (TRB)

Nobody wants gurus,they want systems (Upshot)

A Mumbaikar gets shocked in Delhi (Subramoney)

The Central Bank experiment that is destroying the economy (DailyReckoning)

More crap from the Economist about Modi (Economist)

Rajdeep Sardesai reveals his ugly character in New York (MediaCrooks)

Linkfest: September 30,2014

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Market Timing is for the birds (USAToday)

RBI isn’t planning a rate cut (Mint)

The great festive real estate show is on (FE)

Roll over FMPs only if you don’t need cash (BS)

Decide whether you want quick money or more money (RJ)

The low stress retirement calculator (FreeFinCal)

Why investment advice can be so confusing (CommonSense)

The trade that led to the demise of PIMCO Total Return (PragCap)

Why Peak Oil predictions haven’t come true (Climateer)

How a 10 year old girl got her father to quit his $100 Million a year job (CSM)

Linkfest:September 29,2014

Some stuff that I am reading today morning:

Meet the husband-wife duo with the 100% success rate in startup world (ET)

Oppenheimer:Indian market can double in 5 years  (MoneyControl)

Why Diageo is struggling with USL’s books (Mint)

Savvy retail investors can’t get enough of equities (BS)

Hawkins Cookers-My journey as an investor (Ankur Jain)

How to reject a stock (ValueInvestorIndia)

8 things to learn from Japan’s biggest day trader (Zor Trades)

Zero Hedge:Wall Street’s daily dose of doom and gloom (Money)

Bill Gross loses PIMCO power struggle (Bloomberg)

Hinduism and Science (Media Crooks)

 

Weekend Mega Linkfest:September 26, 2014

Some off beat reads for the weekend:

How do you make money on the internet (Labnol)

When global warming kills your God (Atlantic)

Time to make in India? (Economist)

How SNL became the most successful comedy show ever (BusinessWeek)

How Marlboro got around India’s restrictions on tobacco advertising (Caravan)

Kashmir:Paradise lost (Tehelka)

Mamata and the Saradha scam (Outlook)

The Garhwali soldier (IDR)

Online grocery stores mushroom across India (ForbesIndia)

The case for knowing everyone’s salaries (Slate)

Five wild ways to get a drink in the desert (Smithsonian)

Walmart’s play for the unbanked (NewYorker)

Driving through Central Europe (TeamBHP)

Travelogue: Chail, Himachal Pradesh (Ghumakkar)

San Simon is racing to spend his fortune before dying (VanityFair)

Linkfest: September 26,2014

Some stuff that I am reading today morning:

The coal judgement that took down the market (CapitalMind)

Sugar turns bitter for Indian mills (Bloomberg)

Here is why you should not invest in closed end mutual funds (FreeFinCal)

Is planning for your kids wedding a legitimate financial goal? (BasuNivesh)

Some stocks don’t come back (CommonSense)

Financial Media: The wakeup call (TRB)

Falling Commodity prices flash warning (Climateer)

False Consensus Bias (Alpha Architect)

Stocks take off their beer goggles (TRB)

Editor’s Access Baggage (MediaCrooks)