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Quote basant Replybullet Topic: Let's Introduce ourselves
    Posted: 19/Jul/2006 at 12:07pm
Hi Guys,
Thank you for joining in. The feedback that we have received over the past 3 days has overwhelmed me. The site is already being rated in the top 2 percentile and my sense is that we could help it become VERY BIG...  VERY SOON.
Guys we have come here from various walks of life some would be investors, others professionals of other field and from the feed back I got there were quite a number of people who were students trying to understand the complex world of investing.
It would be really great if everyone left a small introduction on this section something like :
- Name
- Age
- Location
- Occupation
- Interests
- Investing styles - Trader/Investor etc etc
- Investing Legends - Could be Buffet to Neff.
To start with here is my introduction
 -Name : Basant Maheshwari
- Age : 34 years and still growing older with each passing day
- Location : Kolkata (Salt Lake)
- Occupation : Financial Consultant, Academics, Graphologist
- Interests : Reading books on people who have and who want to make 
  it BIG. Generally I prefer reading on finance.
- Investing styles - Very very long term investor with extremely
  concentarted positions. The 3 significant weighted stocks that I hold in
  my portfolio are Pantaloon, Titan and Voltas. I have elaborately      
  indicated my investing strategy in investing strategy in this thread
- Investing Legends - Peter Lynch. "Buy what you see"  is the mantra 
  I follow.To me Graham is more theoritical and Buffet too difficult to 
  emulate.I do use Buffet's investing strategies and thoughts though.
Please enter as much information as you can, there's no pressure..
Thanks everyone and enjoy yourself!

Edited by basant - 16/Jun/2008 at 1:32pm
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Quote sajanvm Replybullet Posted: 19/Jul/2006 at 10:07am
Hello everyone
Joined the group yesterday. My name is Sajan Mathew. Used to work for Infy from 91 till 2004. Set up Exilant COnsulting in Bangalore with 5 other ex-infosys folks.
I am an amateur stock investor - the value investing style appeals to me tremendously.
My top holdings are Bharat Electronics, TV18, Marico, HDFC, Tata Infomedia, the NIIT twins, HDFC Ltd, Asian Paints, Goodlass Nerolac, Thermax , Pidilite, Aventis & Balaji Telefilms.
Apart from investing, my other interests are widlife, the outdoors and watching cricket. My favourite personality is Sachin Tendulkar for his level headedness.
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Quote monu_duggad Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 3:21pm
Hi everyone
I have been a regular visitor of this site since past 10 days...amazing work Mr Basantji...really a nice concept.....liked what is happening on this forum !!
I registered on the forum today...why dont we all introduce ourselves so that we know each other well.
Begining with currently working for P&G as Key Accnt mgr (ASM),Chattisgarh and based out of native place is Yavatmal (near Nagpur)....i am a chemical engineer and then did mba from iim c...
i like watching cricket and following equity markets as well as reading stuff about finance....
Hope other members will pitch in with there brief intro..
Once again...good show Basantji !! Stand up and take a bow !!!
If you think you can,You Can
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Quote chic_1978 Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 4:27pm
Name : Chirag Shah
- Age : 28 years 
- Location : Antwerp,Belgium (Born & brought up in Mumbai - a true mumbaite)
- Occupation : Accountant & Finance Planner with a Diamond Company.
- Interests : Surfing moneycontrol & theequitydesk & few sports.
- Investing styles - Learning to invest wisely in Stock market. The 3 significant weighted stocks that I hold in
  my portfolio are Eletrosteel Castings, TCS and Lloyd Electircal 
- Investing Legends - "Basant Maheshwari"

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Quote catchsudipto Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 4:29pm
Dear Sir,

I am  sending some information to introduce me in the forum, which i feel is a very good idea.

Name : Sudipto Das
Birth   : 9th oct 1971
I am  working as a  Scientific Officer in IIT Kharagpur, . I am born and brought up in a small Town called Midnapur( near to Kharagpur) in the district of Midnapur (State West Bengal). I have done My B. tech and M tech in Computer Sc and Engg. I have one brother.
I am married  and i have a child( Boy) who is 1 yrs old. His name is Aksh*t, My wife's name is Sangita. She is a govt  high school teacher in Economics.
I have started investing in stock market in early 2005.

Make your Life as simple as possible.
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Quote omshivaya Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 4:36pm
Howdy everyone

Name: OM

Age: 28

Location: Chennai, India (currently)

Occupation: Analyst, initially from software background.

Interests: Surfing on net for spiritual knowledge, investing knowledge, Reading novels

Investing Styles: Long-term definitely, though cant define any specific style

Investing Legends: Rakesh: India and outside: Peter Lynch

Edited by omshivaya - 08/Feb/2008 at 1:19am
The most important quality for an investor is temperament,not intellect.A temperament that neither derives great pleasure from being with the crowd nor against it
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Quote BubbleVision Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 4:40pm
Name: BubbleVision (you can call me that).
Age: 25 Years
Location: Kolkata
Occupation: Technical Analyst. Working as a TA
Interests: Global stock Markets and Researching on them. Watching WWE is also good. Reading books and learning from them is also a huge interest.
Investing Style: Suprising for a TA, a long term trader.
Investing Legends: ED Seykota, Jim Rogers, Bob Preacher and Dana Gallante. Would ideally like to have the mental power of the mind of Dana Gallante. Those who dont know her should read The Stock Market Wizards
You can't make money if you are unwilling to lose...It's like willing to breathe in but not willing to breathe out. -- ED SEYKOTA ....Read Disclaimer!
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Quote kulman Replybullet Posted: 07/Sep/2006 at 4:47pm
Name: Manish
Occupation: Trading (not stocks!), but engg products.
Interests: Soccer, Cricket, Ghazals
Investing Style: to become long-term investor
Portfolio: Tata Chem, TCS, Bharati Shipyard, Lupin, Ranbaxy & some more mistakes (not mentionable!!)
Investing Legends: Buffett, Lynch, Jhunjhunwala

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