Learn to Find and Pick High-Conviction Multibagger Stocks
Stock-selection and monitoring need not be a tedious job. Learn to pick high-conviction stocks and make outrageous gains.
Who is this book for?
This book is a COMPREHENSIVE guide and handbook for any person looking to learn to pick and invest in stocks like a professional and get outrageous returns on their investments.
Any person interested in educating himself/herself with the step-by-step process of picking high-conviction stocks by shortlisting companies and analyzing their profitability, valuation, operational efficiency, management, competitive strengths etc will benefit from this book. Other than the technical aspects, readers will also gain knowledge about the right mindset when investing in equities. Also, readers will get valuable insights into the approach followed by the best investors the world has ever seen viz. Benjamin Graham, Peter Lynch, Warren Buffet, Seth Klarman, Philip Fisher, etc.
What will I learn from this book?
The reader of this book will learn to:
- have the right psychology required for successful stock investing.
- measure his/her own risk appetite.
- shortlist quality companies based on minimum required conditions.
- analyze the various metrics to establish the conviction in a company.
- build a great stock portfolio.
- monitor portfolio by investing 5 minutes daily.
- follow the approach of the world’s top investors.
– Table of Contents –
- Book Value vs Market Value
WHY SHOULD YOU INVEST IN EQUITY?
- Doesn’t equity investing involve any risks?
HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU INVEST IN EQUITY?
- Risk Capacity
- Risk Attitude
THE DIFFERENT PATHS TO EQUITY
WAYS TO EARN WITH EQUITY
- Why does the price of a stock change?
TRAITS OF A WORLD-CLASS STOCK INVESTOR
COMPONENTS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
- Balance Sheet
- Profit and Loss Account
- Cash Flow Statement
- EBITDA Margin
- Return on Equity (ROE)
- Return on Capital Employed (ROCE)
- Interpretation of ROE and ROCE
LIQUIDITY AND SOLVENCY RATIOS
- LIQUIDITY RATIOS
- SOLVENCY RATIOS
- Debt to Equity Ratio
- Interest Coverage Ratio
- Taking D/E and Interest Coverage Together
- Price to Earnings Ratio
- PEG Ratio
- Price to Book Value Ratio
- How to use all this information
ANALYZING CASH FLOWS
- Cash Flows from Operating Activities
- Cash Flows from Investing Activities
- Cash Flows from Financing Activities
- Net Cash Flow balance
- Free Cash Flow (FCF)
- Is Excess Cash Good?
FEW MORE THINGS TO CONSIDER
- OTHER INCOME
- SALES AND PROFIT FIGURES
- OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INCOME
- CONTINGENT LIABILITIES
- NOTES TO ACCOUNTS
- ANALYSIS OF GROWTH
THE REMAINING QUANTITATIVE FACTORS
- DIVIDEND OR NO DIVIDEND
- SHAREHOLDING PATTERN
- PLEDGING OF SHARES
- THE MYTH OF THE ‘CHEAP’ STOCK
READING THE VITAL THREE
- ANNUAL REPORTS
- QUARTERLY REPORTS
- CREDIT RATING REPORTS
PRODUCT, INDUSTRY AND COMPETITION
- PRODUCT OUTLOOK
- ECONOMY, INDUSTRIES, AND MARKETS
- ANALYSIS OF ‘COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES’ (MOAT ANALYSIS)
MAKING A STOCK PORTFOLIO
- MARKET CAPITALIZATION
- The Relationship between Market Cap and Risk
- Weightage of each stock
- Patience will serve you well
THE ULTIMATE STOCK-SELECTION FRAMEWORK
- MARGIN OF SAFETY
WHAT TO DO AFTER PICKING GREAT STOCKS?
- When to sell a stock?
- The Making of Multibaggers
- How to Monitor Stocks in Your Portfolio
THE GODS OF INVESTING
- Benjamin Graham
- Warren Buffet
- Seth Klarman
- Peter Lynch
- Philip Fisher
- Joel Greenblatt
- Sir John Templeton
- John Neff
IN THE END
RESOURCES FOR STOCK INVESTORS
- PORTFOLIO TRACKERS
Last Updated: November, 2018