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Who Pays for your coffee ~ Bargaining Power ~ Ricardian Model ~ Economics

I was reading the article  Who Pays for Your Coffee? the other day, an interesting take on the concepts of scarcity and bargaining power. We learn the reasons behind why people pay premium price for the coffee in the morning trip (American Morning’s …that is…)… Interesting .. Ricardian Model of rents, scarcity, bargaining power and pricing… […]

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Prediction or Protection ~ Basis of Investing ~ Graham Style

Basis of Investing We invest in the present, but we invest for the future. But unfortunately the future is always uncertain  Inflation and Interest rates are undependable Economic Recessions come and go at random Geo-political upheavals like war, commodity shortages & terrorism arrive without warning fate of individual companies and their industries often turns out […]

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Benjamin Graham’s 14 Investment Points for Value Investing

Benjamin Graham is widely considered the Father of Fundamental Analysis. Of course, Warren Buffet is his most famous disciple. . Fundamental analysts attempt to study everything that can affect the security’s value, including macroeconomic factors (like the overall economy and industry conditions) and individually specific factors (like the financial condition and management of companies). . Graham has authored […]

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