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Putting The 'Underperformance' Of Active Managers In Perspective

This mantra has been beaten into the brains of investors over the last 20 years like no other "fact" in the investment industry: "80% of active managers underperform index funds" And it's true. I cite this in my book and regularly cite it here ... Seeking Alpha, 1 week ago

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Dividends are the key for earnings season

Dividends, dividends, dividends - it's a mantra Australia's boardrooms might want to take up as they look to keep investors happy this earnings season. Analysts say shareholders will be looking for cashed up companies like Telstra, Wesfarmers, BHP ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Dividends In Investing: How To Sleep Well At Night  Seeking Alpha1 week ago Evan Schwarten Earnings: Dividends are the key for earnings season  Tasmania Mercury2 weeks ago
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Jhunjhunwala: Top 5 investment mantras | Mkt boom coming up

Jhunjhunwala is of the view that India is a country where people save $600 billion a year, but market investment is not even $6 billion. NEW DELHI: Big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, who expects a strong market boom in coming years, sees tremendous opportunity in ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Why Procter & Gamble Investors Will Continue to Clean Up  TheStreet.com2 weeks ago

Top five investment mantras by ace-investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Jhunjhunwala is of the view that India is a country where people save $600 billion a year, but market investment is not even $6 billion. NEW DELHI: Big bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, who expects a strong market boom in coming years, sees tremendous opportunity in ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Asset allocation: where to invest in an uncertain world  Money Observer1 week ago

Akhilesh Yadav signs Rs 54,606 crore MoUs to attract investment in UP

Stung by defeat in the LS polls, Akhilesh Yadav seems to have borrowed the development mantra from Narendra Modi’s election campaign. NEW DELHI: In its bid to attract investment in UP, the SP government has signed MoUs worth Rs 54,606 crore with leading ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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AustralianSuper invests in Mantra IPO

shares in Mantra Group since the listing of the company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 20 June, representing an interest of 5.32 per cent, filings with the ASX showed. The stock of the hotel and resort operator opened today at ...
 The Insto Report2 weeks ago
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Fidelity managers snub stocks for paintbrushes and shovels on an August afternoon

It was an unusual sight: 180 Fidelity Investments mutual fund managers, stock analysts, and traders applying their trademark seriousness to garden beds and gymnasium walls. Chris Bartel, head of global equity research, wielded a circular saw, while ...
 Boston Globe5 days ago

Steel group's new mantra: produce to capacity, reduce costs, sell aggressively

The former Eskom finance director, who took over as the head of the country's largest steel group on July 1, confirmed that the remainder of the year would be difficult for the company, which reported a second-quarter loss of R6-million and a delay ...
 Engineering News5 days ago

An apartment for Sh24m? Kilimani has one

The mantra in real estate is 'location, location, location'. It matters for both commercial and residential property owing to needs such as accessibility. Should this however be the only factor influencing the price? Well, it depends. It is ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 week ago

High-flying investment club sued over $1m in loans

A New South Wales couple is suing an investment club run by one of Queensland's richest men, claiming they were misled and deceived into taking out more than $1 million in loans to be part of a property scheme. The case, lodged in the NSW Supreme ...
 ABC Online1 week ago The Investors Club, renamed as Property Club, sued by couple claiming they were misled into taking out $1 million in loans (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago
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