Letters To The Editor
5/16/2013 12:54 PM Thursday
Multi-Bagger Stocks Needed
It is my pleasure to have been a part of DSIJ for more than a decade now as a subscriber for your print, online, and Flash News editions.
There are some things that need to be changed or rather the need of the hour is to put a list or to start with at least one multi-bagger stock in every article of DSIJ, strictly based on theories of some renowned global investors like Warren Buffet or Peter Lynch. You may have covered them indirectly in DSIJ editions but needs a revamp with ways to find these multi-bagger stocks based on value and other parameters which are very important for stock selection with formulae and examples of the past with a mix of future stocks and themes. This would greatly help DSIJ to keep its subscribers glued to it for a lifetime.
The main crux of this being finding stocks like Infosys or Bharti Airtel or Unitech of the world with the caveat of extremely high risk , aggressively risky, conservatively risk tag attached to the stocks with parameters like most expensive stocks and cheapest stocks on valuation basis as well as the current low or high valuation-based on historic valuation parameters including not just the PE ratio or PEG ratio but other host of parameters which were greatly used by Peter Lynch or even Warren Buffet to strike gold in their portfolios for more than three decades of their investments and may continue to do so forever.
A stock is judged by a number of parameters covered under the financial parlance will greatly help investors and subscribers to a deep extent.
I hope to see the revamped version of DSIJ in the future which would add value to the large base of subscribers thus going a long way in DSIJ’s history.
- Mitesh J Shah
Need An Enhanced Databank
There is sometimes a wide difference in the consolidated and standalone data. I therefore request you to give the databank on a consolidated as well as standalone basis. This will really make the databank useful.
- Manish Gupta
We highly appreciate the feedback from our readers and assure you that all your suggestions will be considered at the earliest.
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