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  • Human behavior - why we hate a sale

    Human behavior - why we hate a sale

    The trend is your friend, say the analysts. Don't fight the trend is a variation of this oft-used advice, if you can call it that. Ride your winners and sell your losers, shout the guests on CNBC. Put a stop loss order - so you can sell when the stock goes DOWN 10-20% from your purchase price is also a familiar refrain. And what exactly is their track record? Anyone's guess. Since their record is hardly discussed. The agenda is always geared toward moving on to the next prediction. The pundits...
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  • Wannabe's But Never-will Be's

    Wannabe's But Never-will Be's

    Wannabe's But Never-will Be's Life is full of endless twists & twirls but how you whether through them defines who you really are(Besides gymnastics clipart). Enough has already been penned and reported on the issue, but we just donít seem to come out of this eloquence.It seems baffling at first, the substance that GENERALLY, we trend to think that dwelling in another domicile, being international, is appealing all the time, but yes,Ethics cannot be confined...
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  • High level determination of relative valuation of stocks vs. bonds

    High level determination of relative valuation of stocks vs. bonds

    Now that we have covered the importance of asset allocation, it is time to get a handle on how expensive (or not) the stock market is. This can be done on an absolute level or as compared to the bond market. The bond I prefer for this comparison is the 10- year US Treasury. Of course, this benchmark should only be used for the US stock market. Other markets should probably use the respective countries' 10-yr bonds. This article will address the relative valuation of the US market wrt the 10-yr T...
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  • Investment 001

    Investment 001

    Should women have financial independence? This was the topic in a recent thread. But what exactly is financial independence? It is not just about earnings power. It is also about knowing how to manage money. We recently went on a business trip which required 5 hours' driving each way. A colleague was unfortunate to bring up stocks. Little did she realize that the next 30 minutes would be more boring than a Misbah ul Haq inning. But the captive audience had nowhere to run. They were trapped. ...
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  • The Fast Food Generation Sans Fundamentals

    The Fast Food Generation Sans Fundamentals

    During my recent Indian trip, on the first day, I went to Navi Mumbai. Some youngsters around 17-18 years of age were practicing cricket. What was the first shot attempted?A sweep. The second shot?A reverse sweep! Now, these kids were kind of well heeled. So a few days later, I was watching some poor kids play cricket (and serving as second wicket keeper when the ball would beat the batsman and keeper and reach the street). What were the main shots attempted?You guessed it. Something was wrong here....
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  • Lords 1982 - Pakistan V England - A memorable match

    Lords 1982 - Pakistan V England - A memorable match

    Every so often something happens which has a lasting effect on the course of future events. The second test match between England and Pakistan in 1982 at Lordís was one of them. It changed the psychic of both teams and Pakistan which had never won a series in England before 1982, has not lost a series since this match. Yes, many other factors have contributed to Pakistanís overall superior record over England in England since 1982 but this match helped Pakistan cross that psychological barrier of...
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  • Tulu-e-Islam - طلوع اسلام - The Rise of Islam - (Bang-e-Dra)

    Tulu-e-Islam - طلوع اسلام - The Rise of Islam - (Bang-e-Dra)


    Tulu-e-Islam
    THE RISE OF ISLAM


    Daleel-E-Subah-E-Roshan Hai Sitaron Ki Tunak Tabi
    Ufaq Se Aftab Ubhra, Gya Dour-E-Garan Khawabi

    The dimness of the stars is evidence of the bright morning.
    The sun has risen over the horizon; the time of deep slumber has passed.

    Urooq-E-Murdaíay Mashriq Mein Khoon-E-Zindagi Dora Samajh Sakte Nahin Iss Raaz Ko Seena-O-Farabi The blood of life runs in the veins of the dead East: Avicenna and Fara
    ...
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  • Mirza Sahiba

    Mirza Sahiba

    She loved him badly
    but she loved her brothers too
    The world called her infidel
    and she had nobody to sue

    Fallen into exhausted slumber
    Mirza - her lover couldn't see her brothers arriving
    The renowned warrior never feared the number
    ..........the only concern Sahiba was having

    She had to choose
    between her brothers and lover
    and love had its fate
    yet to discover

    Love for brothers ruled the chart...
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  • Chenab: The River Of Romance

    Chenab: The River Of Romance

    The word Punjab is of Persian origin and means "The Land of Five Rivers", namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej and Beas. Of these the River Chenab is associated with the love legends of Punjab in a peculiar way. The love legends are: Heer Ranjha, Sassi Punnu, Mirza Sahiban, and Sohni Mahiwal. The muddy waters of this river Chenab have flowed throughout the centuries but in them are the stories and legends of four tragic romances of Punjab. This entry is a dedication to this river and those roman...
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  • Maulana Rumi And His Students!

    Maulana Rumi And His Students!

    Once a student of Mevlana Rumi asked him about the four stations of Tasawwuf. Mevlana told him to go the room next door and asked him to slap each of the four students that were there. So the student slaped each of the four students in the room. The first one got up and slapped him back. The second one got up and just as he was about to slap him, he stopped half way. The third one just glaced at his face. The fourth one just continued...
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  • A FEAR OF UNKNOWN- MAGIC
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    A FEAR OF UNKNOWN- MAGIC
    In todayís world, where technology is increasing day by day and Science has discovered almost everything but still there is something left unknown. People call it magic
    Sep 7, 2013, 03:49 PM
  • Human behavior - why we hate a sale
    by Southie
    The trend is your friend, say the analysts. Don't fight the trend is a variation of this oft-used advice, if you can call it that. Ride your winners and sell your losers, shout the guests on CNBC. Put a stop loss order - so you can sell when the stock goes DOWN 10-20% from your purchase price is also a familiar refrain. And what exactly is their track record? Anyone's guess. Since their record is hardly discussed. The agenda is always geared toward moving on to the next prediction. The pundits...
    Jul 28, 2013, 12:26 AM
  • Wannabe's But Never-will Be's
    by feriha jazeb
    Wannabe's But Never-will Be's Life is full of endless twists & twirls but how you whether through them defines who you really are(Besides gymnastics clipart). Enough has already been penned and reported on the issue, but we just donít seem to come out of this eloquence.It seems baffling at first, the substance that GENERALLY, we trend to think that dwelling in another domicile, being international, is appealing all the time, but yes,Ethics cannot be confined...
    Jul 24, 2013, 05:46 PM
  • High level determination of relative valuation of stocks vs. bonds
    by Southie
    Now that we have covered the importance of asset allocation, it is time to get a handle on how expensive (or not) the stock market is. This can be done on an absolute level or as compared to the bond market. The bond I prefer for this comparison is the 10- year US Treasury. Of course, this benchmark should only be used for the US stock market. Other markets should probably use the respective countries' 10-yr bonds. This article will address the relative valuation of the US market wrt the 10-yr T...
    Feb 2, 2013, 12:32 AM
  • Investment 001
    by Southie
    Should women have financial independence? This was the topic in a recent thread. But what exactly is financial independence? It is not just about earnings power. It is also about knowing how to manage money. We recently went on a business trip which required 5 hours' driving each way. A colleague was unfortunate to bring up stocks. Little did she realize that the next 30 minutes would be more boring than a Misbah ul Haq inning. But the captive audience had nowhere to run. They were trapped. ...
    Jan 27, 2013, 07:11 PM
  • The Fast Food Generation Sans Fundamentals
    by Southie
    During my recent Indian trip, on the first day, I went to Navi Mumbai. Some youngsters around 17-18 years of age were practicing cricket. What was the first shot attempted?A sweep. The second shot?A reverse sweep! Now, these kids were kind of well heeled. So a few days later, I was watching some poor kids play cricket (and serving as second wicket keeper when the ball would beat the batsman and keeper and reach the street). What were the main shots attempted?You guessed it. Something was wrong here....
    Jan 18, 2013, 01:06 AM
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