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I am SEBI Registered Research Analyst (INH200006804) & a Certified Financial Planner (CFP). Only into long-term investments, based on Fundamental Analysis. "Investing should be like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas." - Paul Samuelson On a mission to help people avoid investment mistakes. You can enrol for Mutual Funds course here for ₹599 https://anupamroongta.com/mutual-funds-excellence-program
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@janardhanarao it is opening here. Please try again. Else, you may check the Services section of our website www.anupamroongta.com
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 23 7:18 AM
Mutual Funds Excellence Program- Live sessions
A live & interactive 3 days program to help you learn how to invest in Mutual Funds effectively.
Anupam Roongta

I started MFEP in Dec 2020.
(MFEP = Mutual Funds Excellence Program)
I am an engineer turned into a stock market investor.
Understanding how this works is for sure not a cakewalk, so I decided to make it easier.
Explaining technicalities in a way that even a child can understand...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 22 1:04 AM
Follow My Portfolio - Anupam Roongta
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If you are reading this message, you are amongst the fortunate few in India.
How?
Because you possess the following:
1) Mobile (money)
2) Wifi/ Broadband (luxury)
3) Electricity (facility)
4) Reading capability (education)
5) Sound mind and body (health)
6) many other resources...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 18 6:36 AM

I know a boy, in his 20s, he makes ₹25L annually.
That's much higher than the average package.
Despite this, he's still under financial stress.
Why? Because he doesn't know how to manage it.
He manages to spend every penny. In fact more than that through credit cards.
I expl...
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SEBI didn't even existed that time. And when it came into existence, it had little to no power.
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 15 9:12 AM

*Wolf of the Wall Street* is hands-down one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.
However, there is one small thing that seems troubling.
Jordan Belfort was a criminal.
Period.
Then why are we celebrating his life while watching the movie?
Why do we consider Belfort as a hero?
He st...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 13 6:40 AM

'Building Wealth' Basics 101
1. Earnings - Investment = Expenses.
Invest first and then spend. Not the other way round.
2. Set SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound) investment goals.
3. Put aside an emergency fund for 6-12 months' worth of expenses.
4. Buy health insurance to protect your family...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 9 3:05 AM
Anupam Roongta on LinkedIn: #daughters #future #secure
2 weeks back, we were blessed with a daughter :-) The entire family was super-duper happy. As per the plan, the first thing I did was investing in equity...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 8 12:04 PM

Can you apply the Buffett indicator in the Indian stock market?
It is used worldwide, particularly in developed economies.
But what the heck is Buffett indicator?
It is an indicator used by Buffett to get an overall feel of the valuation of a US stock whether they are undervalued...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Sep 3 12:45 PM

Did you know Walmart is a real-estate company?
Sounds crazy, isn't it?
Walmart, on average, buys 4x the land required for their store.
When Walmart opens a store at some location, the real estate prices are supposed to go up there.
They lease the additional space within the compl...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Aug 19 7:25 AM

I didn't go to IIT.
I don't have an MBA in Finance.
Infact, I started with a salary of Rs.17,500 a month.
Forget wealth, this salary can't even make you rich.
Patience and Compounding - if you understand these two things, your financial life will be sorted.
That's what I learned ...
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@pal-BJYYKbiXd , we deal only in long-term investing (5 years +) based on fundamental analysis. Also, I cannot do customised advisory as per SEBI regulations of my license. You can visit www.anupamroongta.com/my-portfolio to know about our portfolio services.
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Reputation: 11,179 • Aug 18 5:22 AM
Mutual Funds Excellence Program- Live sessions
A live & interactive 3 days program to help you learn how to invest in Mutual Funds effectively.
Anupam Roongta

What are you gifting your sister this Rakhi? 🎁
Gift her the financial freedom & awareness which will protect her financially for life.
And that too without burning a hole in your pocket 🤗
Enrol her for
Mutual Funds Excellence Program
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Reputation: 11,179 • Aug 16 5:23 AM

Yesterday, my little daughter was watching Ramayan.
And I was wondering what financial gyaan can you get from Ramayan?
1️⃣ Never get lured by the golden deer (promise of very high to the moon returns on your investments). You need to draw your ‘Laxman Rekha’ and never take loans ...
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Yes, so 2% is enough for our portfolio. In fact we don't even need all 2% stocks.
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Reputation: 11,179 • Aug 11 5:40 AM

Who do you think started the data science trend in India?
Asian Paints.
Surprised?
Champaklal Choksey, the founder, bought India’s first supercomputer for ₹8 crores in 1970.
For the last 50 years, Asian Paints has collected data for color, quantity, and tin size of their products...
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Reputation: 11,179 • Aug 7 6:18 AM

*We think logically but buy emotionally!*
Ever wondered why you fail to save, even with a decent income?
Because you make a purchase based on emotions.
Many of us integrate the notion of frugality with sacrificing happiness.
And this is precisely where we get it wrong.
Being fru...
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