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In a wide ranging interaction with BloombergQuint’s Niraj Shah and investors tuning in from across the world, market expert and veteran investor Raamdeo Agrawal answers queries on his investment philosophy.

Sumit Shah:

Dear sir, your words of wisdom on “If secular top class quality stocks (highest growers in sectors) bought at higher P/Es, and P/E drops despite of reported good earnings.”

Praveen Ravindran:

What is the best price-to-earnings, price-to-book value we should consider for Indian market, since the 22.5 value suggested by Warren Buffet might not be suitable for India.

Rahil Mehta:

What is the difference between pricing a company and valuing a company?


How would you justify expensive price paid for a company that has longevity but growth rates are more gradual, e.g. insurance? Should one buy 'expensive' insurance companies via IPOs today even with a long term view? Because price at which one buys is as important as holding it for long period.

Ankit Jhinkwan:

How does Raamdeo calculate or find out the value of the company? Please give examples from his past and also from present and future.

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