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Bold Counsel

| 5/31/2012 9:00 PM Thursday

Bold Counsel

I have been a reader of Dalal Street Investment Journal for the last 15 years, and to be very honest, it has never let me down with its recommendations. The cover story ‘9 Stocks To Beat Inflation’ (DSIJ Vol. 27, Issue No. 11) has been a real eye opener. We are hearing so much noise about the inflationary scenario getting worse, and all the markets experts are suggesting that investors stay away from the market. Hats off to DSIJ for taking such a bold step and moving ahead, rather than lamenting the fate of the markets.

I wish all the best to your magazine. Keep the good work and keep enlightening retail investors like me.

- Samir Bhargava

Ready Reckoner For Retail Investors

First of all, let me congratulate you on the way you have been addressing retail investors. The timing of your articles is awesome, and the way the curtain raiser article on the results (Q4FY12 Results: A Curtain Raiser, DSIJ Vol. 27, Issue No. 12) has been written in the last issue is really worth reading. The level of depth of the study can be seen from the information provided. Moreover, the inferences drawn make it easy for investors like us to understand the intricacies of investing much better. I say this as many investors like me might be going through the results but the factors to be analysed, which become clear from studies like these, have been a real help.

Hope to read more articles like this in the future too, that helps to build the knowledge of small investors like me.

- V Shanbag

Interesting Article On Mid-Caps

Many investors like me are always on the lookout for options in the Mid-Cap and Small-Cap space. In the last issue of Dalal Street Investment Journal, I came across the article ‘Mid Cap 2012’. The ranking provides the much-needed guide that will help one in taking decisions. I truly believe that Mid-Caps are the Blue Chips in the making.

- Ravi Subramaniam

 

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