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How Can the Stock market be Taken to the Masses?

Published on 19 Oct, 2021

How Can the Stock market be Taken to the Masses?

The two most of common ways of accessing the stock market – mutual funds and brokerage accounts – are relatively expensive for ordinary Indians....

Credit Growth And Per Capita Income – An Unforeseen Relationship

Published on 24 Sep, 2021

Credit Growth And Per Capita Income – An Unforeseen Relationship

Globally, the relationship between overall credit growth and GDP growth is no longer as strong as it used to be three decades ago. However, in...

Why Read ‘Diamonds in the Dust: Consistent Compounding for Extraordinary Wealth Creation’

Published on 17 Aug, 2021

Why Read ‘Diamonds in the Dust: Consistent Compounding for Extraordinary Wealth Creation’

“In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn’t read all the time—none. Zero. You’d be amazed at...

Celebrating Three Years of Marcellus with Three Outstanding Books

Published on 07 Aug, 2021

Celebrating Three Years of Marcellus with Three Outstanding Books

“I know where I am going and I know the truth and I don’t have to be what you want me to be. I am free to be what I want.”– Muhammad Ali As...

High Inflation Helps the Strong Get Stronger

Published on 28 Jul, 2021

High Inflation Helps the Strong Get Stronger

Across the world, supply vs demand mismatches are fuelling inflationary pressure. In such circumstances, contrary to the popular notion of...

Staying on the Top of Everest is Harder than Getting There

Published on 22 Jul, 2021

Staying on the Top of Everest is Harder than Getting There

In every decade, typically 50% of Nifty companies are ejected from the benchmark index leaving in their wake disappointed shareholders. Jim...

Three Distinct Layers of Polarization in the Indian Stock Market…

Published on 24 Jun, 2021

Three Distinct Layers of Polarization in the Indian Stock Market…

Three Distinct Layers of Polarization in the Indian Stock Market…   …is resulting in wealth creation being concentrated into the hands of 15-20...

Is India Really a Flailing State? Let’s Review the Data

Published on 28 May, 2021

Is India Really a Flailing State? Let’s Review the Data

If like us, you too are battling to deal with “recency bias” resulting from the steady negative news flow through the pandemic, you should know...

Competition Demystified in India’s Small-ticket Consumption

Published on 24 May, 2021

Competition Demystified in India’s Small-ticket Consumption

High market share does not necessarily indicate high pricing power in Indian small-ticket consumption. Pricing power arises from the existence of...

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