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Risk Intelligence
25th January 2014
Posted by: Chetan Parikh
A book review.
Deep Value Investing
10th January 2014
Posted by: Chetan Parikh
A book review.
Little Black Book of Connections
10th December 2013
Posted by: Ajay Merchant
A book review
The Little Book That Builds Wealth
9th December 2013
Posted by: Ajay Merchant
A Book review
‘Grinding it out – The Making of McDonald’s’
29th October 2013
Posted by: Manav Choksi
Book Review by Manav Choksi
Breakout Nations – In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles
20th September 2012
Posted by: Manav Choksi
Book Review – by Manav Choksi
Ruchir Sharma (Head of Emerging Market Equities and Global Macro at Morgan Stanley Investment Management) has written an absolutely worth reading book; Breakout Nations – In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles. This book comes at an opportune moment when the world at large is looking at emerging markets for increased growth. Sharma very convincingly debunks many myths and takes the reader on a very interesting tour. The great thing about this book is that the author backs every argument with lots of captivating and logical data.
The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves
3rd September 2010
Posted by: Arjun Ashar
This book makes an argument for an increased pace of change to save the planet, as opposed to slowing down economic activity.
Buffett Beyond Value
8th July 2010
Posted by: Chetan Parikh
The author, Dr Prem C. Jain, a professor who has taught at many leading universities in the US, has computed “intrinsic value” of WESCO and Berkshire and given examples of Warren Buffett’s “value + growth” investing as applied to recent investments in Burlington Northern and BYD. He has extensively discussed Berkshire’s insurance (and reinsurance) operations, including Geico’s and General Re’s valuations.
Soros
17th November 2009
Posted by: Arjun Ashar
A book review of “Soros: The life and times of a messianic billionaire”.
Lords of Finance
9th March 2009
Posted by: Chetan Parikh
It is rare to come across a book as timely, well-written and informative as Liaquat Ahamed’s ‘Lords of Finance’.

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