Equity-Investments-Steel-Sector

Equity Investment Opportunity Or Prolonged Downturn? - Indian Steel Sector In 2019

Steel consumption is a firm signal of economic development as…

Annual Client Meet - 2019

Alpha Invesco’s annual client meet was conducted at Pune,…

How to Invest in Stock Market : Equity Investment Process & The Art Of Investing

Neeraj Marathe @NeerajMarathe is an individual investor based…
Indian Economy & its Non Corporate Sector India Uninc

Indian Economy & its Non Corporate Sector - India Uninc.

Did the Indian economy really grow due to early nineties liberalisation?…

Don’t Lose Perspective – The Great Indian Stock Market Crash Of 2019

Don’t lose perspective Why are you worried? – Because…
Indian Stainless Steel Industry

Indian Stainless Steel Industry - Overview & Latest Updates

Stainless steels are iron alloys with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. A thin layer of oxide is produced (known as ‘passive layer’) on the surface by Chromium. Chromium helps in improving resistance to corrosion. Other metals which might be added to stainless steel include Nickel, Molybdenum, Titanium, and Copper. Non-metals which can be added include Carbon and Nitrogen. These alloying elements help to enhance the structure and properties such as formability, strength and cryogenic toughness.
Alpha Invesco Annual Letter

Alpha Invesco : Annual Letter 2018-19

Download PDF - Link Annual Letter 2018-19 Dear Partner, 2018-19…
financial shenanigans

Financial Shenanigans : How To Detect Financial Reporting Tricks - Part 5

In the previous set of articles, we have climbed the first two mountains in our quest to conquer financial shenanigans, with one big climb still to come. Until now, we have focused on assessing the performance of companies using two separate metrics: earnings and cash flow. However, our quest is not yet over. In this article we discuss the importance of using other “key metrics” to evaluate a company’s performance and economic health, and we expose tricks that companies could use to cloud the picture and mislead investors.
financial shenanigans

Financial Shenanigans : How To Detect Financial Reporting Tricks - Part 4

CF Shenanigan No. 1: Shifting Financing Cash Inflows to the Operating Section CF Shenanigan No. 2: Shifting Normal Operating Cash Outflows to the Investing Section CF Shenanigan No. 3: Inflating Operating Cash Flow Using Acquisitions or Disposals CF Shenanigan No. 4: Boosting Operating Cash Flow Using Unsustainable Activities