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Weekly Newsletter | by 2 | on 2021-02-14 03:00

At Zebu we spend a lot of time reading news and articles that cover a wide range of topics, including investment analysis, psychology, technology, etc. We have been sharing our favourite reads with clients under our weekly ‘ Zeal to read.
“It never was my thinking that made big money for me. It was always my sitting. Got that? My sitting tight!” – Jesse Livermore
News you may use
Ahead of Canada, Germany and Saudi Arabia-$2.7 Trillion M-Cap India Now World’s 7th Biggest Market
Bikes up 6.6% -Car Sales Stay in Top Gear in Jan, too-Passenger vehicle sales grow 11% in Jan to 2.8L
Britain economy suffers biggest slump in 300 yrs -GDP shrank by 9.9% last year amid Covid-19 lockdowns
Co registration jumps 21% in Apr-Dec: Faster Incorporation Within 4-6 Hours Behind Spurt in New Entities: Officials
Economic recovery reduces risk of sharp deterioration in PSBs’ asset quality: Moody’s
Forex reserves down by USD 6.24 bn to USD 583.945 bn
Govt received Rs 36,709 cr dividend from 100 PSUs in 2018-19: CAG report
Govt to back asset recast co’s dues if lenders require it: FM
Govt to bring forward a Crypto Bill soon: Clear definitions, no grey areas
Growth, inflation outlook portends ‘more than full recovery’ in 2021-22: FinMin report
G-Secs: Retail investors may not prefer government bonds
HDFC Ltd hits Rs.5 trillion in market cap – HDFC sixth Indian company to hit ₹5-tn market capitalization
High fiscal deficit to pose challenge in lowering India’s debt/GDP ratio: Fitch
How India became ‘atmanirbhar’ in production of pulses and saved whopping Rs 15,000 crore annually
Income Tax refunds worth Rs 1.91 lakh cr issued between April 1 – Feb 8
India to overtake EU as world’s third largest energy consumer by 2030: IEA
India, UK discusses ways to promote trade, investments
India’s factory output grows 1% in December
NSE Cracks Down on Margin Funding from NBFCs
Payments space led fintech funding in January: Report
Rising crude oil prices may cap fare hike benefit for airlines
RBI drives down 10-yr bond yields to 6% level
Retail Exits Continue from Equity MFs
Retail inflation eases to 4.06% in January =India’s retail inflation at 16-month low of 4.06% in January
SIPs going strong despite declining lump-sum flows
Tractor sales rise 48% in Jan, demand may remain robust
Union Budget 2021-22: Reform measures in Budget to help India become $5-trillion economy, says CEA Subramanian
Zomato Increases Paid-up Capital in Pre-IPO Move

Views may be of use

The Investment Strategy That Makes Your Life Easier
Investing is always hard no matter the environment. It’s hard when stocks are falling because losing money is painful and it always feels like stocks could fall further. And it’s hard when stocks are rising because you have to balance the FOMO that comes from watching others get richer than you with the worry that any day now could be THE top.
Source: (https://awealthofcommonsense.com/2021/02/the-investment-strategy-that-makes-your-life-easier/  )

The Stock Market Pendulum
The key to the pendulum analogy is to be aware of the risks and behavior that come with market extremes and that, eventually, those excesses revert, so you can adjust your portfolio to a more comfortable allocation. It’s meant to help manage risk not time the market.
Source: (https://novelinvestor.com/the-stock-market-pendulum/   )

How to Temper a Momentum Strategy         
Momentum strategies perform well when markets persistently trend in one direction, allowing past performance to forecast near-term future performance. The most widely accepted reason for this anomaly rests with investor behavior. Market participants likely digest new information more slowly than they should, causing a trend to develop as they incorporate that information into market prices. And that trend can persist after a stock’s price reaches its intrinsic value.
Source: (https://www.morningstar.com/articles/1017385/how-to-temper-a-momentum-strategy  )

The Stoic Dichotomy of Control
We have control over ourselves and our actions, not others or their actions. In other words, we control our future through the actions we take and how we respond to actions we receive. We control the amount of effort we decide to put into our lives, whether it is creating a product or service. We do not control whether or not our book proposal is accepted by a publisher, but we do control how much effort went into creating that product and making it the best we could. If the book proposal is not accepted or liked, it has not harmed us. We did what was necessary to make it the best we could.
Source: (https://medium.com/stoicism-philosophy-as-a-way-of-life/the-importance-of-understanding-dichotomy-of-control-1f7133210c0d )

12 Life Lessons From Mathematician and Philosopher Gian-Carlo Rota
A job posting is an introduction to a company. The description on a calendar invite to a meeting is an introduction to that meeting. An about page is an introduction to an author. The subject line on a cold email is an introduction to that message. A course curriculum is an introduction to a class. Putting extra effort into our introductions will help other people make an accurate assessment of whether they want to engage with the full thing. It will prime their minds for what to expect and answer some of their questions.
Source: (https://fs.blog/2021/02/gian-carlo-rota/  )

The Fruits of Friendship
We don’t talk enough about friendship. Friendship gives flavor to life. Rather than treating friendship as a nice-to-have luxury, reserved for people who have their lives in perfect order, we should cultivate friendship intentionally and treat it as the necessity it is. We need to be intentional in our pursuit of it, especially as we age.
Like a marriage, the best friendships require investment, compromise, and sacrifice. By creating shared alignment, trust, and companionship, strong friendships nourish the soul and sharpen the mind.
Source: (https://perell.com/essay/fruits-of-friendship/   )

What Super Productive People Do Differently
Being productive is not about doing more, but about doing things in an efficient manner. Starting now, invest time in these simple strategies and make small changes to get more out of your day.
Source: (https://hbr.org/2020/12/what-super-productive-people-do-differently   )

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