Dons of Dalal Street
Dons of Dalal Street
There are those big names who show up on television screens and share their thoughts and ideas regularly. And then, there are those who are either media shy or are too busy on Dalal Street to talk to the media. But they have made it big in the stock market. Here is an attempt to bring you some of these success stories, new and old, that can be both inspiration and information for you.
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- From an analyst to a head of $1b financial conglomerate: Story of Rashesh Shah
- When Dalal Street’s original value investor prophesied doom for India’s capital markets
- D-Street’s eminent valuer Anmol Sekhri says under-owned stocks best bets to multiply wealth
- Chennai's 'accidental investor' who became D-Street's top multibagger hunter
- This Mumbai-based value investor swears by moat, says selling is a tough call
- This Mangalore investor uses Buffett’s cardinal rule to strike it rich on D-Street
- Pune-based value investor Phalke says focus on basics can make you millions
“I don’t invest in growth stocks or chase momentum,” says Gaurav.
It was not an easy decision for him to leave full-time job and venture into full-time investing.
His mantra of investing is to zero in on a sector or company, when it is going through problems.
Aveek Mitra has been active in the investing world for over 21 years now.
As a tip for new investors, Basumallick says a stock is a part holding in a business.
Patel claims to have generated up to 45 times return on select stocks over the past few years.
Safir Anand firmly believes that the stock market is a great teacher as long as you respect it.
Some of Shyam Sekhar's value picks have given multibagger returns over past decade.
His portfolio has generated nearly 45 per cent CAGR return over the past seven years.
Jatin introduces himself as a value investor and is very bullish on India’s growth outlook.
Over the past decade, the Mittal brothers developed a flair for spotting value bets.
His current investing approach, ‘Peaceful Investing,’ was developed from a lot of lessons.
Ashish Chugh says stock investing is about being able to look at the big picture.
Damodaran went to the famous Loyola College and then did his MBA from IIM Bangalore.
He made his money by spotting several multibaggers, including Page Industries, Titan.
This investor has over 1% stake in a host of second-rung companies on Dalal Street.
Prashant Jain manages some of the best-performing equity funds in India’s fund mart.
He strictly adheres to SMILE as a principle in investing. His is a rags-to-riches story.
Ekansh has a knack for spotting potential multibaggers in smallcap and midcap segments.
The ace investor said 2017 would be a year of stock pickers. And he walked the talk. Some stocks held by his firm have risen up to 86% so far in 2017.
Radhakishan Damani's family, including his wife and brother Gopikishan Shivkishan Damani, holds 82.5 per cent stake in Avenue Supermarts.
While the investor wanted to stay anonymous, his gains and profit-making strategies from the equity market separated him from the herd.
A 100-times return on the Pantaloon stock, eye-catching gains on United Spirits and a couple of pharma stocks are some of his big stories.
She is sitting on healthy gains and holds around 1.60 per cent stake in the company, according to the latest shareholding data available on the BSE website.
Both the investors like this mid-sized lender, in which they hold over 2% stake each.