How to Invest in Shares and Mutual Funds: A Basic Book for Investors

L.C. Gupta, Naveen Jain (Authors) & Abid Hussain (Frwd)

Verlag: Kaveri Book Service, 2015
ISBN 10: 8174791167 / ISBN 13: 9788174791160
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Verkäufer Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd (New Delhi, DELHI, Indien)
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The present book is intended to give ordinary investors a basic understanding about the Indian stock market. It covers a wide range of aspects including, for example, choosing the right companies; understanding the market's behaviour over both the short-term and the long-term; the relationship of the secondary market for shares to the market for new issues of shares, etc. The book also explains the market's terminology, such as the P/E ratio, dividend yield, as well as important accounting terms. An investors may invest in shares directly or through mutual funds. There is a great variety of mutual fund schemes. These are briefly explained so that the investor can choose the best ones from his/her point of view. At the end, the book provides a comprehensive Glossary of relevant terms. Foreword by Dr Abid Hussain 1. Introduction Need for a book for ordinary investors; Understand the equity market's characteristics; Analytical tools; IPOs vis-…-vis existing shares; The Demat System; Other aspects. 2. Some Basic Financial Concepts regarding Share Investment Understanding the market's terminology; The EPS; The P/E Ratio; The theoretical model; Market's average P/E Ratio; Equity market's volatile character; Earnings yield; Dividend yield; Dividend vis-…-vis capital appreciation; Bonus shares; Book value per share; Beta: Meaning and significance. 3. Choosing the Right Companies for Investing Importance of choosing the right companies; How to choose the right companies; Attributes of good management; Dividend distribution policy; Limit your share portfolio; Extreme caution needed; Invest within your circle of competence. 4. Investing in Initial Public Offers (IPOs) Historical Background; IPOs vis-…-vis buying existing shares; Relationship of new issue market to secondary market; Empirical data; Bewildering variety of IPOs; Quotas for investor categories; Key role of the promoters; Angel investors; Private Equity Firms; Venture capitalists; Grading of IPOs; The grades; Grading is done by credit rating agencies; Shortcomings of IPO grading system; The reality of IPO performance; Need for caution; Too much subjectivity; Credit rating versus IPO grading; Concluding Comments. 5. The Share Price Behaviour Need for historical perspective; Actual behaviour of Indian equity prices; Equity prices over the long-term; Short-term price behaviour; Dividend vs. capital appreciation; Be prepared for wild swings. 6. Share Buybacks by Companies Relatively new practice in India; The basic idea; What led the Indian government to allow share buyback?; How share buybacks can help; The promoter's viewpoint; Empirical findings on effect of share buyback; Methods of share buyback; More transparency needed. 7. Corporate Governance of ListedCompanies: The Investor's Angle Growing importance; Historical background; U.K.'s Cadbury committee; Consequences of Enron debacle of 2001; Need for clarity; Listing Agreement specifies the requirements; Independent Director's Role; Independent Director defined; Executive and Non-Executive Directors; Audit Committee; Disclosure requirements; Working of the Independent director system; Concluding comments. 8. The Securities Depository System Historical background; Depositories and Depository Participants; Procedural formalities; Competitive system; Transfer of an account from one DP to another DP; Concluding comments. 9. Investing in Mutual Funds Convenient and economical; Entry load abolished by SEBI; Type of Mutual Fund Schemes; Equity schemes; Net asset value (NAV) concept; Closed-end and open-end schemes; Future performance is the key; Direct shareholding - some advantages; Narrow diversification works well; The practical angle; Systematic investment plan (SIP); When is SIP advantageous; Example; How the investor can overcome the disadvantage; Exchange-traded funds; Gold exchange-traded funds. 10. Understanding and Interpreting the Accounting Statements The Income Statement; Top-line and bottom-line; Depreciation provisio. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 104145

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Titel: How to Invest in Shares and Mutual Funds: A ...
Verlag: Kaveri Book Service
Erscheinungsdatum: 2015
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: New
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: New
Auflage: First Edition.

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