Return on Equity (ROE) – Explanation with Example

Return on Equity (ROE) is a key aspect in fundamental analysis. It is also very important to look at while evaluating a company. Introduction When a company is started, it can raise 2 types of capital. First is equity capital which includes promoter’s money and also shareholders money (if shares have been issued) and the … Continue reading Return on Equity (ROE) – Explanation with Example

Debt to Equity Ratio (D/E Ratio) – Detailed Explanation with Example

First let’s understand the aspects required to calculate this ratio Debt: In simple terms, debt means borrowings or loans taken by the company. Details regarding debts can be found in the balance sheet of the company. Debt can be classified into 2 parts: Short Term Debts which have maturity period of up to 12 months Can … Continue reading Debt to Equity Ratio (D/E Ratio) – Detailed Explanation with Example

Why Mutual Funds and Not Direct Stocks?

Here are a few reasons to buy mutual fund instead of stocks:-

Market Emotion Cycle

The knowledge of this cycle can help you very much in your own trading. Following are the main stages in the market emotion cycle:-

Characteristics of Trading

India is an emerging market for trading, and is fast becoming a market for future growth. Trading everywhere has some basic characteristics, which are :–