December 31, 2009

Wishes for the new year



A happy new year to all the readers and thank you for reading and visiting my blog.

14 comments:

Rayhaan said...

Hi rohit, happy new year . Wishing u all the luck 4 having fun with mr. Market. One quick question: how does one analyse conterversial companies selling at fantastic discounts to sales with extremely low p/e ratios n gr8 track records say like temptation foods? Eagerly awaiting ur opinion , Rayhaan

Saif said...

happy new year rohit sir...looking forward to many more posts on this excellent blog..

mkd said...

Hi Rohit,

Wish a very happy and prosperous new year to you and all fellow readers of this blog.

mkd

ekamber said...

Dear Rohit Chauhan ji

Thank you for the Wishes and Wish you as well as the visitors to this blog the same a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2010.

regards
ekamber

Rathin Shah said...

Hi Rohit,
wish you a very happy new year (and prosperous too..)to your and your family

-Rathin

Anonymous said...

DEAR ROHIT A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE IN UR FAMILY
EVERY BLOG OF YOURS ALWAYS BRINGS SUCH JOY
U R GREAT BECAUSE UR SO HONEST AND SINCERE
MAY U CARRY ON LIKE THIS FOR MANY YEARS
GOD BLESS

Sachin8778 said...

Hi Rohit and fellow readers,

Wish you and your loved one a very happy and prosperous new year 2010!

~Sachin

Amit said...

Hi Rohit,

Happy New Year!..The below link is another testimony as to why good old value investing should never go out of fashion.

It gives the analysts' picks in 2000 for the next decade and the two stocks that came out on top are unsuprisingly value picks.

http://norris.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/12/18/ten-years-after/

Saif said...

Sir,
One request going forward would be if you could explain DCF method of finding fair value using some company as an example.

Thanks

Vic said...

Hello Rohit,

Wish you, your family, Blog..:-) and the readers a very happy new year as well.

Thanks,

Vikas

Anonymous said...

Happy New Years to you. Like and respect your post.

Cheers!
Dilip

Rohit Chauhan said...

Hi rayhann
the key to analysing companies selling too cheap is to figure out if the market is total wrong about the company. there is no need to do valuations in such a case, but it is critical to figure if the market is wrong. also one should remember that the market is generally right and only rarely gets it wrong ..so u have to do you homework well in such cases

rgds
rohit

Rohit Chauhan said...

hi saif, mkd, elamber, rathin, sachin, anon, vic, dilip and others

a happy and prosperous new year to you too

rgds
rohit

Rohit Chauhan said...

hi rathin
for some reason i misplaced your comment, but to your question on PMS ..yes it will be a PMS for and by a LNI :) and the hope is that all of us will be HNI in the end

rgds
rohit