D.Muthukrishnan

D.Muthukrishnan

@dmuthuk

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Certified Financial Planner. Not a registered investment advisor. Amateur investor. Enjoy sharing thoughts on investing, personal finance and more.

Chennai, India
Joined on September 18, 2011
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"I've learned that a willingness to wait longer than other people is your biggest natural edge."- Morgan Housel

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“The market is there only as a reference point to see if anybody is offering to do anything foolish. When we invest in stocks, we invest in businesses.”-Warren Buffett

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If you don’t increase your lifestyle in proportion to your rising income, you’re on your way to financial independence.

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We don’t need multi-baggers to be financially independent. A decent job, aggressive savings, prudent investing and 20 years of time will make it happen.

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The faster path to financial independence is not trying to impress our colleagues and neighbours.

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@dmuthuk Brokerages had a target of ~1800 on Indusind Bank back in January 2020. Since then, the shares prices tumbled to almost 1/7th of it's then value. I'd like to know where these brokerages are🤔

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@dmuthuk My dad still holds Nestle bought at 135. 72 pe. Happy man.

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Late to bed today. One key take away from today's tweets is that not only reinvestment of capital but growing dividends too results in increase in share price. Why I'm reemphasising is that very few get the dividend growth perspective right.

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@dmuthuk If done correctly, Stock investing has the power to fully fund your lifestyle in a decade and a half. Dividends are almost certain cash flows which can make you financially free much earlier. Dividends are the most underrated aspect of investing.

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@dmuthuk Quite the opposite. The best borrowers will move to pvt. banks and the one's that get turned down for loans will have no choice but to stick with public sector banks.

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Waiting time in quality stocks, especially if you're holding for long term, still gives return much more than fixed income in the form of dividends. As dividends are growing, sooner or later capital appreciation too happens. So waiting in quality stocks is never painful.

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@dmuthuk Look for companies that Appreciate in dividend payout, than those who appreciate in prices. While prices are driven by external factors, Dividends are driven by company performance. While, emotions might go wrong, but performance always win.

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Quoted @latha_venkatesh

New RBI regimen on opening of current accounts & cash-credit accts by companies likely to benefit corporate lenders like SBI, BOB, PNB, Canara; may take away curr acct float from banks like HDFC, ICICI, Axis which have good cash Mgmt products, but don’t lend to mid-corproates.1/7

New RBI rule; positive for PSU banks, negative for private banks especially smaller ones. RBI is saying if you want to enjoy the fees, share risk too. https://t.co/2a0VCXlxzN

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Quoted @meandmarkets

I believe somehow market missed out on this important RBI circular on Opening of Current Account by banks - Need some Discipline, on Aug 6, amid our love for interest rate and clamor to get projection on growth and inflation right. https://t.co/b1RolS3fhd

Insightful. https://t.co/3HcEwAEEEE

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@CAShivamJindal3 @dmuthuk A great article relating to this - https://t.co/cSwKOvgCNX

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What is the use of a business if it cannot give regularly cash to it's owner.

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@dmuthuk True. At first, I too thought that why do these small dividends matter to investors but later came to know that it represents overall future of the company i.e. cash flow in the company.

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@dmuthuk Dividend Growth is literally the major reason a business is run for years. A local tea shop owner understands this, but not many sophisticated grads

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Many think companies which reinvest capital only can grow in price. They don't see the role of dividends. How else you would explain the phenomenal returns given in the past by HUL or Nestle which pays around 80% of profits as dividends.

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