Which Sector is the Future of India?

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This Face2Face Trading is a candid conversation between Mr. Vivek Bajaj and Mr. Varinder Bansal on the GDP of India and the sector that should be considered.Mr. Bansal uses fundamental analysis to identify sectors and companies for long term investing. According to Mr Varinder Bansal, you will automatically make money if you make fewer mistakes. People ask him about which stock to buy, but he tells them what you should not buy to make fewer mistakes . He also points out you should never mix your drinks; you should never mix trading and investing.

He further tells us that it is utmost importance to understand why companies got that P/E. We always think about how much the sector will grow in any company, but he thinks we have to focus on the supply side rather than the company's growth.A financial metric called the Price-to-Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is employed to evaluate the relative worth of a company's stock. It is figured out by multiplying the market price of a company's shares by its earnings per share (EPS). Investors frequently use the P/E ratio to assess a stock's potential profitability and investment appeal. 

In this video, our expert will talk about everything data-driven, which will be a core learning experience for all our learners. He concludes the discussion by saying that the analysis should be data backed belief, if someone says it is 50 crores, then it should be backed by data.



Mr. Varinder Bansal in Face2Face

Your Speaker

Mr. Varinder Bansal

Over 15 years of work experience in equity research. Prior to Foundation of Omkara Capital, he was fund manager of a AMC and prior to this, Corporate Editor & Head of Research at CNBC – TV 18. He holds a degree in MSc Finance and MBA, Finance. VB has spent the last 15 years in Mumbai, learning from people across the spectrum, some of whom are his mentors, and applying his strong fundamental skills and hard-nosed number crunching and analytical skills to identify investment ideas. His strength is years of experience in identifying not-so-fashionable stock ideas. Most of these ideas have had a bedrock of strong fundamentals, superior balance sheets and boasted of high-quality promoters. He has coupled this approach with the strong feedback mechanism, which is effective due to his deep-rooted connections with equity-market veterans and leaders of corporate India.
Mr. Vivek Bajaj

Your Host

Vivek Bajaj